The Science Department provides in-depth study of scientific principles, employing appropriate technology and hands-on laboratory experiences at every level. Coursework prepares students for college studies, as well as fulfilling high school requirements in Life Science and Physical Science.

All students are required to take a minimum of one year of a physical science and one year of a life science. It is highly recommended that any University-bound student complete three years of science: Biology, Chemistry and Physics. For those interested in pursuing a higher degree in science or engineering, a fourth year of science is highly recommended.

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 Name Classes Taught 
Rachel Kagan
Department Chair
ext. 3049
  • Chemistry
  • Honors Chemistry
  • eLearning
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ext. 3076
  •  Biology
Robert Kuintzle
ext. 3062
  • AP Physics
  • Math 1
  • Physics
Wendy Marsters
ext. 3078
  • Anatomy/Physiology
  • Biology
Kelly Rash
ext. 3051
  • AVID 9
  • Earth Science
  • Intro to Biology

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