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Anatomy & Physiology. Anatomy and Physiology is the study of the Human Body! All of the major systems- which organs are involved and how they all work together!. What do we study? To name a few… We look at the Muscular System Skeletal System Digestive System

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Anatomy & Physiology


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Anatomy and Physiology is the study of the Human Body!

All of the major systems-

which organs are involved

and how they all work together!

What do we study?

To name a few… We look at the

Muscular System

Skeletal System

Digestive System

Circulatory System


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YES,We Dissect.

A lot!


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Marine Biology and Advanced Marine Biology

  • In Marine Biology, we study tropical reefs, Puget Sound tidepools, and the open ocean habitats.

  • Advanced Marine Biology looks deeper at ecology issues in Puget Sound and involves independent experimentation at local beaches.


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It’s definitely hands-on!

  • Touch, hold, and examine live marine invertebrate animals!

  • Dissections! We look at the anatomy of animals from each of the major marine groups

  • Taste-tests! We integrate with culinary arts!


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Field Trips!!

  • Tidepooling at the beach!

  • Don’t let the surf make you seasick while onboard the ship!

  • Explore the local aquariums!


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A top-notch facility!

  • 3 180 gallon tropical tanks including:

  • Predator tank

  • Soft coral tank

  • Reef tank

  • 55 gallon coldwater system to mimic Puget Sound intertidal environments


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Biology II


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Biology II

In this course you will study a combination of…

Plants (Botany)

Animals (Zoology)

Ecosystems (Ecology)


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Plants (Botany)- Growth, Reproduction and Diversity of Plants

Animals (Zoology)- Diversity of Animals on Earth

Ecosystems (Ecology)- How plants and animals work together and with their environments


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Chemistry I

  • A strong interest in science and the scientific method/exploring is highly recommended.

  • Since there is quite a bit of math involved in studying chemistry, you should have taken Integrated II and received a C or better.

  • We will study what the world is made of, how it interacts with other parts of the world, and why it interacts the way it does.

  • We will do this through fun demonstrations, teacher and student designed explorations, discussions, readings and notes.


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Why Take Chemistry I

  • Interesting and exciting labs!

  • Challenging curriculum

  • Looks good for college admittance

  • Learn what a mole really is


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What topics are covered?

  • Elements

  • Chemical Properties

  • Measurements

  • Structure and behavior of matter

  • Atomic structure

  • Energy


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Some Demos and Explorations we will do…

Candle Lab

Flame Test

Paper Chromotography Exploraiton

Sodium and Water Demo

Conductivity Lab

Pop and Mentos Chemical Reaction


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Chemistry II

  • This class is a continuation of Chemistry I, using the same text book.

  • Should have received a C or better in Chemistry I or have teacher permission.

  • Strongly recommended for people who want to take Chemistry in college.

  • Some topics of study include Kinetic Theory, Thermodynamics, Gas Laws, Chemical Reactions, Reactions Rates and Equilibrium, Acid and Base Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry.

  • We will do this through fun demonstrations, teacher and student designed explorations, discussions, readings and notes.


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Some Demos and Explorations we do…

Liquid Nitrogen Demos

Acid-Base Titrations

Organic Molecules

Pressure Gas Labs

Hydrogen Bubbles

Whoosh Bottle Demo


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Physics I or II

  • Physics is the science of matter, energy, space and time – so pretty much everything!

  • Physics I is concerned primarily with the study of motion.

  • Physics II is looks at waves, electricity-magnetism, and modern physics (relativity, string theory, quantum mechanics, nuclear physics)


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Physics I or II

  • Which should you take?

    • You can take either course first – They do NOT have to go in sequence! It helps, but is not required.

  • Is there a lot of math in Physics?

    • Math is the tool physicists use to work on problems, much the way mechanics use wrenches and screwdrivers… So, yes, there is math involved. Be ready to use it and learn new ways of using tools you’ve already learned.


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Physics I or II

  • What are the requirements?

    • Love of science! Really…

    • Strong math skills. Trig functions are used heavily in Physics I.

    • Serious about learning.


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Geospatial Technology

  • Geospatial Technology is used extensively in today’s world -- that means YOUR world!

  • It is the use of maps combined with data in a visual way to create new forms of information…

A visual representation inbound traffic on the Intranet in 1991-- The white line represents 100 billion bytes per month.


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Geospatial Technology

  • In GIT (Geospatial Information Technology) you’ll learn how to use the most popular software for creating and analyzing information maps.

  • You’ll also learn how to use a GPS unit and to integrate the information with satellite imagery…


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Environmental Field Studies

GET

YOUR

HANDS

DIRTY!

Get Involved!


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Environmental Field Studies

  • Learn how our planet’s ecosystems work

  • Local field work gets you learning outside!

  • Find out how to make a difference in your own ecosystem.


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AP Biology


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AP BiologyLabs

TONS and TONS of labs!

TONS and TONS of Fun!!!

Molecular Genetics!

DNA Gel Electrophoresis!

Fruit Fly Farms!


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AP Environmental Field Studies

Like AP Biology,

this is a LAB-BASED CLASS!

Alternate Energy Sources

Lab Investigations in Biology, Chemistry, and Earth Science!

The

Water Quality Testing

Human Health


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AP Environmental Field Studies

Bring it all together!

See the big picture of how the world’s ecosystems work!


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AP Biologyand AP Environmental Field Studies

Designed to be just like the Biology or Environmental Science courses you would experience as a freshman in college!

Your Instructor will guide you through modern techniques and thoughts in science today as well as increase your appreciation for the scientific process!


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The Test!

Your Instructor will also be preparing you forthe AP exam in Biology or EnvironmentalScience-

If you pass

you earn

College Credit!!!


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Advanced Scientific Research

  • Advanced Scientific Research is a course designed for the serious science student… not just those that like science.

  • Students will develop new and rigorous methods of investigating the world around them.


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Advanced Scientific Research

  • Most of the course is spent analyzing and putting into use, the scientific method.

  • Students also will be engaged in their own independent research project… at a very high level!


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Advanced Scientific Research

  • Who should take this class?

    • Students with a STRONG science background… at least chemistry and/or biology. Preferably both as well as Physics…

    • Students who are self-motivated.

    • Students who wish to make connections with researchers at leading universities around the world.

    • Students who are not satisfied with the traditional science labs… “They never really answer, nor address, the questions that I have.”

    • THE Science course to take for those wishing to pursue a science major in college…


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