College introductory course. Curriculum emphasizes three general areas: molecules and cells, heredity and evolution, and organisms and populations. College credit may be earned based on the results on a required AP Biology examination and requirements determined by individual colleges.
Focuses on the concepts, relationships, processes, mechanisms, models, and applications of the following: atomic theory, the periodic table, physical behavior of matter, chemical bonding, kinetics, and both nuclear and organic chemistry.
Studies the mathematical relationships, processes, mechanisms, and applications of: mechanics, energy, electricity and magnetism, wave phenomena, modern physics, motion, and both internal and nuclear energy.
- Career & Technical Education (Formerly Family and Consumer Science)
- Computer Science
- Physical Education