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High School Graduation Requirements for Science and Approved Courses

Students must have three science credits for graduation. The first two credits must be from two different Foundation/Core areas. The third credit may be a Foundation/Core or an Applied, Advanced, Foundation (AAF) course (See below). Students who wish to broaden their content background to prepare for ACT testing and college work are recommended to take courses from as many science disciplines as possible.

FOUNDATION/CORE COURSES

Biology Chemistry Earth Science Physics Computer Science
Biology
Agricultural Science
AP Biology
BIOL 1010/1015
Chemistry
AP Chemistry
CHEM 1010/1015
CHEM 1110/1115
Earth Science
AP Environmental Science
Physics
AP Physics
Physics with Technology
AP Computer Science
Computer Programming 1 and 2
AP Computer Science Principles
CSIS 1400/1410

Advanced, Applied, Foundation (AAF) Course Options for 3rd Science Credit

  • Astronomy
  • Environmental Science
  • Genetics
  • Geology
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology
  • Marine Biology & Oceanography
  • Wildlife Biology
  • Zoology
  • BIOL 1090
  • BTEC 1010
  • BTEC 1015
  • CHEM 1010
  • GEO 1010
  • ENGR 1000
  • MET 1010
  • PHYS 1040
  • PHYS 1010
  • Animal Science 1
  • Animal Science 2
  • Biotechnology
  • Engineering Principles 1
  • Engineering Principles 2
  • Medical Anatomy & Physiology
  • Plant and Soil Science and Technology 1
  • Plant and Soil Science and Technology 2
  • Principles of Engineering
  • Robotics 1
  • Robotics 2
  • Veterinary Assistant 1
  • Veterinary Assistant 2

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