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Integrated Science

Integrated Science

Course Number(s): S401401, S401403
Length: 2 Semester (4 Credits)
Prerequisites: None
Grade: 9

Integrated Science is a year-long laboratory course where students focus on earth and space science. Students learn about biology, physics, and chemistry concepts through their relation to space systems, the history of the earth, earth systems, weather and climate, and human sustainability. This course will build on students' natural curiosity and prior knowledge of the world around them and beyond. It will expand their understanding of how science can help them be a knowledgeable participant in their own lives and within their community, and help students make connections to career and college opportunities. To do this, students use the practices of science and engineering: questioning, problem-solving, making observations, engaging in laboratory investigations, data analysis, argumentation, and communication to analyze and understand the science of everyday phenomena.