Molecules and Medicine

Modern humans benefit from the natural and unnatural synthesis of molecules exhibiting useful properties. Some of these compounds exhibit medicinal properties or are sometimes labeled

Molecules and Energy

Modern humans benefit from the natural and unnatural synthesis of molecules exhibiting useful properties. Some of these compounds exhibit the ability to store and release

Honors Chemistry

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

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

Biology Accelerated

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

Immunology and Disease

This course will begin with an in depth look at the structure and function of the immune system. We will then consider the mechanisms of

Acc Algebra and Precalculus

This course is intended for students who have demonstrated an interest in pursuing additional mathematics courses at Deerfield but have found themselves unable to achieve

Spanish Language Theater

This course introduces students to key principles of drama and theatrical performance in Spanish. It is an opportunity to learn about theatrical traditions of Spanish

Span 6H: Spanish Speaking Film

This is a film appreciation course conducted in Spanish. It allows our most advanced students to get acquainted with the grammar of cinema and with

Spanish 5: Adv. Topics in Span

In this spring term course, students will continue with their study of Spanish language and culture at the same time that they prepare for the

Latin 5: Survey of Latin Lit

This two term, advanced seminar, conducted in English, is a survey of Latin literature from the comedies of the second century BCE to the literature

Latin IV: Advanced Topics

A continuation of Latin 400, likewise conducted in English. In the spring, students who have completed Latin 400 in the same or previous year may