Science Graduation Pathways
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Last Updated on 05/09/2018
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The course offerings are designed to give students a guided choice in order to prepare them for college and future careers. Below you can find the courses/tiers, as well as several pathways through the science curriculum. A sample of pathways have been presented and multiple options do exist. The science graduation requirement is (1) Physical Science and (1) Life Science, although 3-4 courses are recommended. All science courses offered are lab sciences.
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Freshman YearTier "A"Tier "B"
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*Honors/AP courses required A+ in current science course (B+ if honors level or B if AP)Physical ScienceChemistryPhysics I
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Chemistry Honors*Chemistry Honors*Physics I Honors*
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Life Science
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Physical ScienceAP Chemistry*AP Physics I*
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Students who place into Intermediate Algebra Honors have the necessary math skill required for Chemistry Honors and will be automatically placed into this course.Advanced Chemistry II*Forensic Science*
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BiologyAdvanced Biology II*
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All classes in Tier "A" require students to complete their freshman year.
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Biology Honors*Anatomy &
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Physiology
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All classes in Tier "B" require students to complete one Tier "A" course. AP Biology*
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AP Environmental Science*
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A student does not have to advance to Tier "B" and can take multiple courses in each if desired.
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Potential Courses of Study
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The courses of study below are not the only options. Students can customize their education as they see fit. The number of combinations that exist are vast and students should consult their counselor and science teacher to chart a course of studies that is appropriate for them and their college/career goals.
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For students wishing to fulfill graduation requirements.
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Physical ScienceBiology
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Chemistry Honors*Biology Honors*
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For students who desire to broadly study science for 3+ years.
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Physical ScienceBiologyChemistry
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Chemistry Honors*Biology Honors*Physics I Honors*Forensic Science*
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Physical ScienceChemistryBiologyPhysics I
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Chemistry Honors*BiologyAnatomy &
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Physiology
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For students interested in life sciences.
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Physical ScienceBiologyChemistryAnatomy &
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Physiology
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Chemistry Honors*BiologyAP Environmental Science*AP Physics I*
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Chemistry Honors*AP Environmental Science*AP Biology*AP Physics I*
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For students interested in physical sciences.
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Physical ScienceBiologyChemistry Honors*Physics I
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Chemistry Honors*AP Chemistry*AP Biology*AP Physics I*
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Physical ScienceChemistry Honors*Advanced Chemistry IIBiology
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For students interested in engineering.
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Physical ScienceBiologyPhysics IChemistry
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Chemistry Honors*Advanced Chemistry IIBiology Honors*Physics I Honors*
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Physical ScienceChemistryAP Environmental Science*Physics I
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Chemistry Honors*AP Chemistry*AP Physics I*AP Environmental Science*
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For students interested in premed programs.
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Physical ScienceBiology Honors*ChemistryAnatomy &
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Physiology
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Chemistry Honors*AP Biology*AP Physics I*AP Environmental Science*
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For students interested in chemistry and chemical related industries.
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Physical ScienceChemistry Honors*Advanced Chemistry IIBiology Honors*
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Chemistry Honors*AP Chemistry*AP Physics I*AP Environmental Science*
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