Science


Requirement

Newburyport High School requires that all students complete 3 years of laboratory science, specifically: 1 year of Biology, 1 year of Chemistry, and 1 year of Physics.

Sequence



Biology*
Grade 9
Chemistry*
Grade 10
Physics* Grade 11
Electives Grade 12
*Required

Science Electives: Anatomy & Physiology, Astronomy, Marine Biology, Aquaponics

AP Science Courses: AP Environmental Science, AP Biology, AP Physics, AP Chemistry

Courses

 
 
Course Instructor
Biology CP1 J. MartelC. FallonJ. MoranB. Taylor
Biology CP2
J. MoranB. Taylor
Honors Biology C. Fallon, E. Hobbs
AP Biology C. Fallon
Chemistry CP1 A. Monchik
Chemistry CP2
A. MonchikB. Taylor
Honors Chemistry C. Taggart
 AP Chemistry C. Taggart
Physics CP1 S. McCarthyP. Goldner, T. Cochran
Physics CP2 P. GoldnerT. Cochran
Honors Physics K. ColeP. Goldner
AP Physics K. Cole
Anatomy & Physiology J. Moran
AP Environment Science E. Hobbs
Astronomy S. McCarthy
Aquaponics Horticulture E. Hobbs
Introduction to Biotechnology J. Martel
Physics and Philosophy P. Goldner
Bio-Ethics S. McCarthy
Honors Engineering in the 21st Century K. Cole, S. Leadbeater

Placement

For courses in a college level sequence, students need to receive a C or higher to go to the next course as well as their teacher’s recommendation.

Science Fair

Science Fair is an optional project for a maximum of three extra credit points each semester available to all levels of science.

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