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Inquiry and investigation in all areas of Science: understanding of properties, structures and changes of Earth, function of plants and animals, diversity of organisms and ecology, the study of the material world, energy, waves, light, sound, force, motion, electricity, magnetism and optics.  WA State Science Standards are here.

 

Ms. Carpenter

Mr. Doud

Mr. Knoll

Ms. Laas

Mr. Liddle

Ms. Mrosla 

Mr. Nakazato

Mr. Reinholtz                       Mr. Reinholtz’s Physics site       

Mr. Roger

Mr. Singh

 

SCIENCE 
To ensure accurate placement and maximize success, students should consult with their science teacher about course choices for the following semester.Students wishing to enroll in honors science classes should possess a genuine interest in the subject, have “B” or better grades in previous science courses, a history of successful academic habits, and a recommendation from current science teacher.

BIOLOGY

AP (Advanced Placement) BIOLOGY

AP (Advanced Placement) ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

CONCEPTUAL CHEMISTRY

QUANTITATIVE CHEMISTRY

AP (Advanced Placement) CHEMISTRY

PHYSICS

AP (Advanced Placement) AP Physics 1:

AP (Advanced Placement) AP Physics 2:

AP (Advanced Placement) AP Physics C:

APPLIED PHYSICS 1 AND APPLIED PHYSICS 2

FORENSICS I

FORENSICS II

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 1/2