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Animal Behavior

This semester course is designed to introduce students to the major topics in animal behavior, or ethology, from a sociobiological point of view. It hopes to familiarize students with some general non-human behaviors such as...

Independent Science Research

This non-traditional course provides the student who enrolls the opportunity to further develop a keen interest in science through cooperation with a mentor and the coordinating George School teacher. Students who enroll must identify and...

Human Anatomy & Physiology

The yearlong Human Anatomy and Physiology takes a holistic and applied approach to introducing students to this exciting area of study. The course relies heavily on laboratory activities, as well as on selected readings and...

AP Chemistry

This course prepares students for the AP chemistry exam and for the SAT subject test in chemistry. Students are assumed to have a baseline understanding of stoichiometry, chemical bonding and intermolecular forces, atomic theory, thermodynamics,...

AP Computer Science A

This course is cross-listed in the math and science departments. AP Computer Science A is an introductory course in computer science for those who already have some basic programming experience. The course emphasizes object-oriented programming...

Intensive Biology

This introductory course will move at a pace and depth more typical of AP and IB Biology classes, covering at least 25 chapters in the textbook. Topics covered include ecology, evolution, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell...

Chemistry

The major concepts of inorganic chemistry are covered in this course. These include atomic structure, molecular bonding, typical chemical reactions, stoichiometry, acids and bases, solutions, nuclear reactions, thermodynamics, and kinetics. The study of these topics...

Cognitive Neurology

This semester course delves into underlying questions regarding our evolution, behavior, and perception. Students explore some of the questions regarding the way we, as a species, perceive, behave, and respond to the world around us,...

Physical Computing & Robotics

This course is cross-listed in the math and science departments. This is a self-directed course that is project-oriented and driven largely by student interests. Students build their own PRT3 motherboard and learn to use the Arduino Language...

Environmental Science: Sustainable Systems

This class combines discussion and experiential learning, both in the lab and in the field, to rigorously investigate the impact of humans on our environment. Major topics include climate science, geological processes, ecology, biomes, resource...
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