Biology: (beginning & advanced) (individual, group)

  • This class focuses on the study of living systems. The course emphasizes text material; working as a team; and performing, observing, and recording experimental results.

Biology, Honors: (individual, group)

  • The student will meet with the instructor for the study of living systems. Topics will include basic biochemistry, cell structure, genetics, body systems, classification, plants, animals, and ecosystems. This course requires an individual appointment in addition to the group class.

Chemistry: (individual, group)

  • Prerequisite: Algebra I
  • This individual class will focus on atomic theory, chemical bonding, the metric system, the periodic table, chemical notation, chemical reactions, acids and bases, environmental issues, lab safety, and experimental design.

Chemistry, Advanced: (individual, group)

  • Prerequisite: Chemistry
  • This second-year individual course continues the study of chemistry, exploring specific topics in depth from a college-level textbook. It has a heavy emphasis on the more mathematical aspects of chemistry.

Chemistry, Honors: (individual, group)

  • This class will focus on atomic theory, chemical bonding, the metric system, the periodic table, chemical notation, chemical reactions, acids and bases, environmental issues, lab safety, and experimental design. This course requires an individual appointment in addition to the group class.

Physics: (individual, group)

  • Prerequisite: Algebra I
  • This group course focuses on study of the laws and concepts of physics with additional course work emphasizing the mathematics of physics. Note-taking, and test-taking are also emphasized.

Physics, Advanced: (individual, group)

  • Prerequisite: Algebra II, Conceptual Physics or Physics
  • This second-year group course is an in-depth study of the laws and concepts of physics focusing on the application of mathematics to solve problems.

Physics, Honors: (individual, group)

  • Prerequisite: Algebra I
  • This group course focuses on study of the laws and concepts of physics with additional course work emphasizing the mathematics of physics. Note-taking, and test-taking are also emphasized. This course requires an individual appointment in addition to the group class.

Physics, Conceptual: (individual, group)

  • Prerequisite: Algebra I
  • The student will individually study the laws and concepts of physics with minimal emphasis on related mathematics. Topics include: mechanics, atomic structure, heat, sound, light, electricity, magnetism, radioactivity, and nuclear physics.