Our Curriculum


This course studies the living environment and its connection to living things.  The course includes a laboratory class that helps students investigate the different issues in the environment and how these issues are connected to living things.



This course is a lecture and laboratory class. The lecture class addresses the content and processes skills as applied to the rigor and relevancy to be assessed by the Regents examination in Physical Setting/Earth Science.  The  focus will also be on application skills related to real-world situations. 



This course studies the beginning foundations of Chemistry which includes Atomic Structure, Periodic trends, Bonding, Matter and Energy, Mathematics of Chemistry, Solution Chemistry, Kinetics and Equilibrium, Acids and Bases, REDOX and Electrochemistry, Organic and Nuclear Chemistry


Forensics - The Crime Scene, Physical Evidence, Physical Properties: Glass and Soil, Organic Analysis, Inorganic Analysis, The Microscope, Hairs, Fibers and Paint, Drugs, Forensic Technology, Forensic Aspects of Arson and Explosion Investigations, Forensic Serology, DNA: The Indispensable Forensic Science Tool, Fingerprints, Firearms, Tool Marks, Document and Voice Examination, Computer Forensics, Forensic Science and the Internet, and the future of forensic criminology.

Students will learn to apply forensic science techniques to solve a crime. Working independently and in groups, students will learn to analyze and interpret evidence while understanding the limitations of the laboratory and the significance of various types of evidence. 

Mohamed Farouk (Middle/ Upper Grades Science, Department Chair)

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Kendra Jackson (Middle Grades Science)

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Aliah Tull- Rampersaud (Upper Grades Science)​

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