Intro to Computer Science

In this two-term course, students with little to no computer programming experience will learn how to code. This course equips students with a basic understanding

Honors Programming Methodology

This course teaches fundamental topics of computer science including problem solving, design strategies and methodologies, data structures, and algorithms. In this course, students learn an

Biology 1

This course will explore selected biological topics including cell structure and function, genetics, biotechnology, evolution, ecology and human physiology. For each topic, students will engage

Chemistry 1A

The content covered in Chemistry 1 is covered in this course, although at a faster pace and greater depth. Additionally, the introduction of thermodynamics and

Honors Chemistry 2

This course extends and applies concepts learned in physics and chemistry and assumes students arrive with a working knowledge of concepts learned in an introductory

Honors Biology 1

Honors Biology is a fast paced, demanding course for students interested in exploring the principles of biology in detail. The course will cover ecology, cellular

Honors Physics 2 (Calculus-based)

This is an advanced course for students who are interested in studying physics beyond the introductory level. The course will help students build and expand

Physics 1- Topics

This is an algebra-based, introductory physics course appropriate for 11th- and 12th-grade students who have not previously taken a high school physics course. Students cultivate

Biology 1A

Biology Accelerated is an comprehensive introductory survey course intended for students who have a high level of interest in science and have demonstrated strong study

Chemistry 1

This course introduces to students to the fundamental properties of matter and serves as a bridge between physics and the life sciences. Throughout the course

Web Design

In this course students learn how to make static and dynamic web pages. Through a series of individual and team-based design projects students learn to


In this course, students will design, build, program, and debug autonomous robots. The course is organized around increasingly complex hands-on challenges starting with “navigate the