Forensic Science is the branch of science that is involved in the gathering of evidence from a crime scene, in order to present a case before a court of law. Students taking this elective course will develop investigative techniques used by agencies such as the police department and medical examiner's office in order to solve crimes.
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy is the branch of science dealing with the structural organization of living things. Physiology is the study of the physical and chemical processes that take place in living organisms during the performance of life functions such as reproduction, growth, and metabolism.
Marine Biology I
Marine Biology is the scientific study of the plants, animals, and other organisms that live in the ocean. The ocean is a vast realm that contains many strange and wonderful creatures. This course explores the enormous biodiversity of marine life found in the Great South Bay, Long Island Sound, and Atlantic Ocean.
Marine Biology II
Marine Biology is the scientific study of the plants, animals, and other organisms that live in the ocean. This course delves deeper into the enormous biodiversity of marine life found in the oceans of the world. Greater emphasis is placed upon understanding the interactions of organisms in the various marine ecosystems, as well as the impact humans are having on the marine environment.
This core science course is designed for students to discover and analyze how chemistry impacts the world around them. Using the foundations from the Next Generation Science Standards, students will explore major concepts in chemistry through exploratory laboratory activities, projects, videos and virtual experiences. These concepts include atomic structure, chemical reactions, nuclear chemistry, periodic table, behavior of matter, heat and energy and chemical applications.