6600 Year

Grades 9-10

Homework: 3

Fee: see Fee Chart 

Prerequisite: None

Biology, study of living things, exposes students to a wide range of biological processes including molecular and cell biology, heredity and genetics, ecology, evolution and the diversity of life. The science processes of observation,

hypothesizing, measurement and data gathering, analysis, interpretation and application are applied. Laboratory activities make up a significant part of the course. State test is required in May. Select this course or Human Biology, but not both. This course fulfills the requirement for the Regents’ Scholarship.