This course matches the content and curriculum seen in a freshman college chemistry course. Critical topics such as stoichiometry, thermochemistry, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, molecular geometries, solution chemistry, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibria, acid-base chemistry, and electrochemistry are covered.

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a study of physics that will prepare them for their college course of studies; including not just physics but engineering, medical fields, computer science, or another physical science.  This course has a strong emphasis on problem solving skills and hands-on laboratory procedures.  The topics studied during this course mirror a first year college physics course and include kinematics, Newton’s laws of motion, work, energy, power, momentum, circular motion and rotation, oscillations and gravitation, fluid mechanics and thermal physics, temperature and heat, electrostatics, electric circuits, capacitance, magnetic fields, electromagnetism, wave motion, physical and geometric optics, atomic physics and quantum effects, and nuclear physics.

First semester of AP Biology
The second semester of AP Biology focuses on Evolution, Botany, and Ecology.  There will be a service-learning project in this course after the AP Exam.  The Service-Learning project is funded with a grant from Learn & Serve Indiana.

Biology consists of two trimesters: Bio A and Bio B

Biology A consists of chapters 1-10 and focuses on the nature of science, ecology, and the cell. 

Biology B covers chapters 11-20 with the exception of chapters 15 and 18. Its content is all about genetics and evolution.

Biology consists of two trimesters: Bio A and Bio B

Biology A consists of chapters 1-10 and focuses on the nature of science, ecology, and the cell. 

Biology B covers chapters 11-20 with the exception of chapters 15 and 18. Its content is all about genetics and evolution.

Genetics is a course that provides for an in-depth investigation into inheritance patterns, gene transmission, chromosomal analysis, DNA extraction, electrophoresis, and genetic transformation.