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ScienceScientific literacy is critical for life beyond the classroom and as such is crucial to the science curriculum at Skyline High School. In our courses, students will apply skills and ideas, learning in class through investigations, real-world applications, and laboratory experiments. We challenge students to follow processes that focus on curiosity and inquiry. Teachers guide students through these processes. The skills gained are invaluable to continued learning in science, other academic disciplines, and their everyday life.

 

 2022 Science Flow Chart2

 

  Semester Options

SCI125

SCI126

 - Chemistry Laboratory Methods

 - Physics Laboratory Methods

 

  Yearlong Options

SC200A/B

SC205A/B

SC225A/B

SCI227/228

SC240A/B

SC300A/B

SC348A/B

SC650A/B

SC655A/B

SC660A/B

SC670A/B

SC675A/B

SC680A/B

SC682A/B

IN500A/B

IN505A/B

CO650A/B

CO651A/B

 - Biology

 - Biodiversity and Lab Concepts

 - Physics

 - Astronomy

 - Environmental Systems 1

 - Chemistry

 - Science of Forensics

 - IB Biology HL 1

 - IB Biology HL 2

 - IB Chemistry SL

 - IB Physics HL 1

 - IB Physics HL 2

 - IB Environmental Systems & Society SL

 - IB Exercise Science

 - Introduction to Sports Medicine

 - Advanced Sports Medicine: Evaluation

 - IB Computer Science SL

 - IB Computer Science HL