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Science Department

Department Chair: Bradley Palmer

Science is required of all students in grades 9, 10 and 11. In grade 12, students may select a science course from a wide range of electives. Courses are designed for students who wish to pursue a particular scientific interest or who simply wish to improve their background. Courses are offered for college- bound students and for those who are interested in science-related careers.

Physics and chemistry are recommended for college-oriented students. Advanced Placement courses enable a student to obtain college credit for high school work. Laboratory experience and/or fieldwork are integral parts of most course offerings. All students must complete at least one year of a physical science (Aerospace, Astronomy, Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, Physics, ChemCom, Honors Physics, or Active Physics) in meeting the three-year science requirement for graduation.

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