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Biology

LIFE SCIENCES 11 – (PREVIOUSLY BIOLOGY 11) This course presents a representative sample of organisms and introduces students to a variety of laboratory skills and scientific processes. The three main themes in Life Sciences 11 are characteristics of living things, processes of evolution, and taxonomy. Under these themes, the Life Sciences 11 curriculum will specifically cover …

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Chemistry

CHEMISTRY 11 This is an introductory course for students with a general interest in Chemistry as well as for those who require Chemistry for more advanced study in the Sciences and is recommended for Biology 12. Topics include the study of atoms and molecules, as well as how they are bonded and how bonding can affect …

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Earth Science

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 11 Environmental Science 11 is a newly created science 11 credited course. The course will have students explore topics within the big ideas of diversity in local ecosystems, processes and changes within local ecosystems, sustainability within local ecosystems, and the conservation and restoration of ecosystems. Students will be participate in several projects dealing with these …

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Earth Science

EARTH SCIENCE 11 435 Earth Science 11 is a survey course designed to introduce students to the diverse aspects of Earth and Space Science. Students entering this course should have a good knowledge of Science skills and course content from their junior grades, at least a C+ is recommended. The course itself is based on …

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Physics

PHYSICS 11 Physics 11 is an introductory course which covers the Topics of kinematics, free fall with gravity, dynamics, work, energy, momentum, power, circuitry, and relativity. It is strongly recommended that Pre-Calculus Math 11 be taken prior to or concurrently. Students who have weak Algebra skills may wish to take Physics 11 in their Grade …

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Science 8-10

Science 9 Building on laboratory skills and the methods of scientific inquiry introduced in Science 8, students discover some of the more basic principles of atomic theory, the flow of electrons, reproduction, and the cycling of matter and energy in nature, through experimentation and class activities. Inquiries in science provide specific opportunities for students to …

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