• Course Numbers
    44322211 Physics with Earth and Space A

    44322212 Physics with Earth and Space B

    44020011 Chemistry with Earth Space Science A

    44020012 Chemistry with Earth Space Science B

    44122211 Biology with Earth and Space A                                         

    44122212 Biology with Earth and Space B

    44230311 Chemistry A (recommended for students looking at a Science career or major)

    44230312 Chemistry B (recommended for students looking at a Science career or major)

    44140011 Anatomy & Physiology A          

    44140012 Anatomy & Physiology B

     

    *Course numbers ending in 1 are first semester courses.

    **Course numbers ending in 2 are second semester courses.

     
  • Physics with Earth and Space A (44322211)

    The first semester course introduces some of the basic principles of physics involving energy, motion, and forces, with a focus on understanding and applying these concepts to Earth science. This course is aligned with the Next Generation Science standards and includes activities to apply the Science and Engineering practices of the standards. The course includes current and up-to-date software enhancements and videos with lab simulations.

  • Physics with Earth and Space B (44322212)

    The second semester course provides the student basic information concerning forces at a distance, electromagnetism, wave behavior, and wave application in technology. This course is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards and uses models and activities to demonstrate the Science and Engineering practices.

  • Chemistry with Earth Space Science A (44020011)
    In this course, students will develop a conceptual understanding of Chemistry and Earth/Space Science.  Part A of the course includes lessons related to the origin of energy and matter, periodicity, and conservation of matter.  This course has up-to-date software enhancements and videos of lab simulations to supplement the lessons.  Chemistry with Earth Space Science A is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards and includes scientific practices, activities, and lab simulations to apply the Science and Engineering practices.  This course is conceptual and has minimal math requirements.
  • Chemistry with Earth Space Science B (44020012)
    This course is designed to meet the Jefferson County pacing guide for Integrated Science BB. It serves as a basic Chemistry course. It includes the topics Nature of Chemical processes, Rates and Energy of Chemical processes, Biochemistry, Energy in Chemical Processes and Everyday Life, and Conservation and Transfer of Energy. This course is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards and includes scientific practices, activities, and lab simulations. Integrated Science IBB was recently released with current and up-to-date software enhancements and videos of lab simulations to supplement the lessons. This course has minimal math requirements and focuses on concepts. This course is not considered a college prep chemistry course but a general overview of chemistry topics.
  • Biology with Earth and Space (44122211)
    This course offers a basic understanding of life and life processes. Required topics of study include Scientific Practices, Evolution, Unity and Diversity, Ecology, Cell Structure and Function, and Cellular Transport and Interactions. This course includes assignments called Scientific Practices in which students apply their knowledge to solving problems and to activities designed to simulate biology labs (Designing Experiments).
  • Biology with Earth and Space (44122212)
    This course offers a basic understanding of life and life processes. Required topics of study include Cellular Respiration, Photosynthesis, Biochemistry, Inheritance, Molecular Genetics, and Protein Synthesis. This course includes assignments called Scientific Practices, in which students apply their knowledge to solving problems and to activities designed to simulate biology labs (Photosynthesis Lab and the scientific process the Genetic Code).
  • Chemistry A (44230311) A (recommended for students looking at a Science career or major)
    This chemistry course is designed to meet the Jefferson County requirement for Integrated Science IBA. It serves as a college-prep Chemistry course. It includes the topics Scientific Practices, Measurements and Calculations, The Atom, The Periodic Table, Bonding, and Chemical Formulas and Chemical Compounds. This course is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards and includes scientific practices, activities, and lab simulations. Chemistry A was recently released with current and up-to-date software enhancements and videos of lab simulations to supplement the lessons. This course has moderate math requirements and is considered a college-prep course.
  • Chemistry B (44230312) A (recommended for students looking at a Science career or major)
    This chemistry course is designed to meet the Jefferson County requirement for Integrated Science IBB. It serves as a college-prep Chemistry course. It includes the topics Chemical Reactions, Phases of Matter, Solutions, Chemical Reactions, Energy and Kinetics, and Nuclear and Organic Chemistry. This course is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards and includes scientific practices, activities, and lab simulations. Chemistry B was recently released with current and up-to-date software enhancements and videos of lab simulations to supplement the lessons. This course has moderate math requirements and is considered a college-prep course.
  • Anatomy & Physiology A (44140011)
    The Anatomy and Physiology course is designed for students interested in learning more about the structures and functions of the human body. Anatomy and Physiology is one of the most fascinating, challenging, and satisfying science courses. It will cover pathology, cytology, histology, psychology, and genetics. Also, this course will explore the 11 major systems of the human body. The following systems will be studied: Integumentary System, Nervous System, Skeletal System, and Muscular System.
  • Anatomy & Physiology B (44140012)
    The Anatomy and Physiology course is designed for students interested in learning more about the structures and functions of the human body. Anatomy and Physiology is one of the most fascinating, challenging, and satisfying science courses. It will cover pathology, cytology, histology, psychology, and genetics. Also, this course will explore the 11 major systems of the human body. The following systems will be studied: Respiratory, Circulatory, Digestive, Urinary, Endocrine, Immune, and Reproductive.