Environmental Science is a course designed to develop environmental awareness and appreciation in order to foster attitudes that will allow for a sustainable future. Students will explore local and global environmental issues and how human actions and populations play a role in those issues, and in turn, how those issues affect human health. 

Chemistry 30 is the final high school course in the study of matter and change. Throughout the course, we will investigate topics such as chemical equilibrium, solution chemistry, atomic structure and bonding, electrochemistry, and acid base equilibrium. Chemistry 30 is a highly academic course with an emphasis on math skills and problem solving.

For detailed learning outcomes associated with the Chemistry 30 curriculum, please visit and click on Chemistry 30 under the “Levels 10, 20, 30” tab.

The major themes of this course are to examine the significance of evolution as a key unifying theme in biology and to explore what life is and how it changes over time. Students will examine the organization of life in all kingdoms through the study of biomolecules, cellular processes, and organism function. In genetics and biotechnology, students will explore inheritance and how information is stored, transmitted and expressed at chromosomal and molecular levels.