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and marine ecosystems. Through various projects, laboratory activities, field studies, and research, the course will implement a multi-disciplinary approach to learning how communities, both local and global, rely on and impact water resources. This course will provide opportunities to explore current issues and topics in aquatic and marine science. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Biology and Chemistry.


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND FORENSICS HONORS (11, 12) 6 PERIODS


Blended learning class - 2 days double lab periods in-class/ 1 day in-class / 1 day online learning


1.2 CREDITS


Students will explore the principles of structure and reactivitywhile analyzing the importance of functional groups and the role of stereochemistry in organic compounds. They will apply principles of organic chemistry, such as spectroscopy, to forensic analysis. Crime scene investigation protocols, the proper handling of physical and trace evidence, current laws and courtroom procedures will be examined from the perspective of a forensic scientist. Prerequisites:


Successful completion of Biology and Chemistry.


Prerequisites: Successful completion of Biology and Chemistry. Tese courses will be offered in the 2020-2021 school year


CONSUMER AND GREEN CHEMISTRY HONORS (11, 12) 6 PERIODS


Blended learning class - 2 days double lab periods in-class/ 1 day in-class / 1 day online learning


1.2 CREDITS


Students will explore present and future energy sources, methods for food and drug development, and the ethical issues surrounding the design, use, and disposal of products. With the goal of minimizing hazardous substances, students will use the principles of green chemistry to evaluate the engineering and manufacturing of consumer products. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Biology and Chemistry.


HUMAN ANATOMY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE HONORS(11, 12) 6 PERIODS


Blended learning class - 2 days double lab periods in-class/ 1 day in-class / 1 day online learning


1.2 CREDITS


This course focuses on human anatomy and infectious diseases, covering the structural components of body systems, such as the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, and immune systems. The course emphasizes the interactions among these systems and how they are impacted by infectious diseases. In addition, the principles of how pathogens, such as bacteria, viruses, and other microbes, cause disease, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. There will be laboratory work including microscopic examination of prepared slides, development of dissection skills, and microbiology culturing and staining techniques. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Biology and Chemistry.


THERMODYNAMICS AND OPTICS HONORS (11, 12) 6 PERIODS


Blended learning class - 2 days double lab periods in-class/ 1 day in-class / 1 day online learning


1.2 CREDITS


The goal of this course is to explore the physics of thermodynamics and optics. During the thermodynamics portion, students will explore the fundamentals of engines, energy transfer, and efficiency. During the optics portion, students will explore the nature of light, wave propagation, light transmission and reflection, mirrors and lenses, and the optics involved in everyday items and the human eye. This course will make extensive use of laboratory experiments, hands-on projects, and student-driven research. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Biology and Chemistry.


West Chester Area School District


Tere are 2 Dual Enrollment courses offered in conjunction with West Chester University. Tese courses will be taught on site by WCASD teaching staff. Students successfully completing this full-year college level course will receive six college credits from West Chester University.


ADVANCED GEOSCIENCE: ASTRONOMY AND GEOLOGY (11, 12)


5 PERIODS 2 CREDITS


Blended learning class - 2 days double periods in-class/ 1 day online learning This is a dual enrollment course offered in conjunction with West Chester


University. The course will be taught on site by WCASD teaching staff. Students successfully completing this full-year college level course will receive six college credits from West Chester University. During the first semester, the students will examine the formation and composition of the universe. In the second semester, students will study the Earth’s history, composition, and processes.


Prerequisites: Successful completion of Biology and Chemistry.


ADVANCED GEOSCIENCE:OCEANOGRAPY AND METEOROLOGY (11, 12) 5 PERIODS


2 CREDITS


Blended learning class - 2 days double periods in-class/ 1 day online learning This is a dual enrollment course offered in conjunction with West Chester


University. The course will be taught on site by WCASD teaching staff. Students successfully completing this full-year college level course will receive six college credits from West Chester University. During the first semester, students will explore the physical and biological processes in the oceans. In the second semester, students will investigate the fundamental processes that determine the weather and climate on Earth.


Prerequisites: Successful completion of Biology and Chemistry. SOCIAL STUDIES


All students must successfully complete a minimum of four (4) credits of social studies courses in order to graduate.


AFRICAN-ASIAN CULTURES CAREER & COLLEGE PREP/ HONORS (9)


Students trace the development of mankind from its prehistoric beginnings through the creation of the first civilizations in Egypt and Mesopotamia. Using a variety of resources, the cultures of Asia, Africa and the Middle East are studied through the present.


1 CREDIT


AFRICAN-ASIAN CULTURES ACCELERATED HONORS (9) 1 CREDIT


Students trace the development of mankind from its prehistoric beginnings through the creation of the first civilizations in Egypt and Mesopotamia. Using a variety of resources, the cultures of Asia, Africa and the Middle East are studied through the present. Methods, materials and expectations are demanding.


WESTERN WORLD CAREER & COLLEGE PREP/HONORS (10)


1 CREDIT Students continue their study of the world’s cultures with a focus on


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