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UC/CSU approved laboratory sciences. that is offered only in the spring term.

AP Chemistry is a second year, college level course Upon completion of this course, many students gain

credit

for

one

year

of

college

chemistry

by

passing

the

AP

chemistry

examination.

AP

Chemistry

is

an

enriched

experience

in

chemistry,

including

approximately

50%

laboratory,

seminars

and

research

projects.

Problem

solving

is

stressed.

Many

students

take

AP

Chemistry with intent toward for further explanation.

a

future

career

as

a

science

major.

See

www.collegeboard.com

Physics P (R4566) This course provides the opportunity to explore the physics of the surrounding world by studying concepts involved with collisions, free fall, energy, momentum, thermodynamics, sound, light, optics and electricity. There are lots of hands on activities and projects to explore and develop your creative design and problem solving skills. This course is a lab science course designed for the college-bound student who is not specifically planning a

major in the sciences. Completion of Algebra II recommended.

AP Physics B (R4652) This class covers just about everything worth knowing:

collisions,

explosives, planetary motion, light, musical instruments, lightning, basic electrical circuits.

There is a mathematical component to this class. Algebra II needed and completion of physics.

Completion or concurrent enrollment in

AP Physics C (R4653) Offered as a spring class

.

Recommend completion of Physics and

Honors Pre-Calculus and at least concurrent enrollment in Calculus. electro-magnetism and relativity.

We will cover motion,

AP Environmental Science (R4651) Successful candidates for this class will have taken biology and chemistry, physics, or AP Biology (the more the better). This class studies mankind’s effect on the environment. This class has many, many field work opportunities. For people who might not ordinarily challenge themselves to an AP science class, this is for you. Colleges will love it.

Math Advanced Mathematics for Decision Making (M2578) How does an owner of six McDonald's restaurants decide on appropriate work schedules for her employees? How does Hertz Rent-A- Car decide how many cars of each type to have available for rent at the various airports to maximize profit? How does UPS decide where to locate offices and delivery routes to ensure packages get delivered on time and with minimal cost? These questions and more can be answered using Operations Research - an application of math widely used in industry. This course provides an introduction to mathematical models of Operations Research. It offers a mathematics framework for building decision making models to tackle complex real-world problems. The activities build on the basic math concepts that all high school students study in algebra. Math applications do exist - really!

Statistics and Probability P(M2661) Would you like to be able to testify in court as to the probability of some claim being likely?" "What's the best way to find your perfect match, perfect job or perfect car?" "Do you yearn to know the meaning of 'margin of error'?" "Well the wait is over. Take stats next year and you'll learn it all!"

AP Statistics (M2651) Students in AP Statistics and Probability will develop and use probability models, analyze and interpret given data sets and graphs, and carry out significance tests and interpret the results in preparation for the AP exam.

Social Science AP World History (S3553) The AP World History curriculum is a rigorous, college-level course of study that traces the evolution and advancement of civilizations from 8000 B.C.E. to the present day. This course is divided into five units of study, each containing content matter as

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