Biology Instructor: Amy Miller 10 cr.
A generalized study of the field of biological sciences including studies in anatomy, physiology, and ecology (man's relationship to his environment). All studies in these areas are closely related to creationistic philosophy. This course includes lab time.
Earth Science Instructor: Josh MacLachlan 10 cr.
A course dealing with the physical aspects of the earth studied through observation and experimentation in the areas of chemistry, physics, and earth science. This provides a second laboratory course for the student who chooses not to take chemistry or physics. This class does not apply towards an honor diploma.
Chemistry Instructor: David Pennock 10 cr.
A study of the atomic and molecular structure of matter and the interactions and reactions of matter in the formation of new compounds. Topics include: atomic theory, chemical reactions, molecules, ions, states of matter, acids, bases, oxidation-reduction, energy, kinetic theory, and introduction to organic chemistry. Laboratory required. Prerequisite: Algebra I with a minimum of "C" for each semester.
Physics Instructor: David Pennock 10 cr.
A study of matter, motion, and energy. Topics covered are forces, mechanics, thermodynamics, wave theory, sound, optics, electricity and magnetism. Emphasis on problem solving. Laboratory required. Prerequisites: Geometry, Algebra II and Chemistry with a minimum of "B" in any semester or special permission of the administrative Council.