High School Science
As a high school science student, you will have the opportunity to learn in greater detail about the world around and within you. You are encouraged to ask questions and extend your learning in specific areas of interest. All of the science teachers are more than happy to assist you in further learning about any topic.
This year the Science Department is further exploring science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teaching and learning initiatives from the unique perspective of virtual education. We are committed to providing high-quality learning opportunities for all our students. STEM education is essential to 21st-century learners, as it is "driven by problem solving, discovery, exploratory learning, and student-centered development of ideas and solutions" (STEM Georgia website).
Below is a general list of course offerings. Placement into a course will be determined by successful completion of your previous science courses. You will need to earn a minimum of four (4) units of credit in the sciences to graduate.
• AP® Biology
• AP® Environmental Science
• General Biology
• General Earth Science or Chemistry
• General Physics
• General Environmental Science or other science elective course
• Honors Biology
• Honors Chemistry
• Honors Physics
High School Science Resources
• Aspiring Medical Professionals Club (AMPC)
• 4-H Club (local chapters only)
Science Department Directory
Main Line: 404.334.4790
Science Department Leads