Job Opportunities: Science and Technology
Please direct all inquiries and resumes to Evan Glazer, Principal
Science and Technology course work is integrated into the Integrated English, Biology and Technology ninth grade program. During the tenth and eleventh grades students continue with science courses including Astronomy, DNA Science 1 and 2, Marine Biology, Medical Technology for Sports Medicine, Advanced Placement Biology, Chemistry, AP Chemistry, Introductory Organic Chemistry, Computer Architecture, Elements of Artificial Intelligence, Maintaining and Managing Computer Systems, Supercomputer Applications, Architectural Drawing and Design, Engineering Drawing and Design, CAD, Analog Electronics, Audio Electronics, Digital Electronics, Microprocessor System Design, Pre-Engineering, Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics, Geosystems, Nature of Materials, Prototype Development and Processing, Physics, AP Physics, Advanced Optics with Research Applications, Quantum Mechanics and Developments in Modern Physics, Computational Physics, Principles of Robotics 1 and 2 and Video Technology.
Students may also select electives in preparation for developing a major senior technology research project offered by one of the laboratories at the school: Astronomy Research, Automation and Robotics Research, Chemical Analysis Research, Computer Assisted Design Research, Computer Systems Research, Energy Systems Research, Biotechnology Research, Microtechnology Research, Oceanography and Geophysics Research, Optics and Modern Physics Research, Prototyping and Engineering Materials Research and Video Technology Research.