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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...

IB Chinese Seminar

This class is conducted entirely in Chinese and active oral participation is key. Students use authentic Chinese-language materials such as articles, short stories, videos, websites, and feature-length films to explore a variety of topics relevant...

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...

Becoming an Adult: Perspectives on Happiness

This course allows juniors and seniors to delve deeply into the dimensions of health most affecting them at this stage in their lives, with an emphasis on decision making. Topics to be examined include joy,...

Forgiveness, Justice & Reconciliation

This course explores the nature of justice and forgiveness as a means of reconciliation, both in human relations as well as spiritual grounding. Students will frame these issues by looking at three distinct examples: the...

World Religions

This term course will explore some of the most impactful religious traditions of our world: Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The historical origins, central teachings, devotional practices, and contemporary challenges within each...

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...

IB SL Psychology

This course prepares students for the standard-level IB Psychology exam. Students will explore human behavior and mental processes through three separate lenses: a biological approach, a cognitive approach, and a sociocultural approach. The course will...

Intensive US History

A chronological survey of the history of the United States, Intensive U.S. History covers events, issues, and personalities from the age of European colonization to the present. The Constitution and its myriad interpretations provide the...

AP World History: Modern

Students in this fast-paced course must learn to view history thematically. The AP World History: Modern course is organized around five overarching themes that serve as unifying threads throughout the course, helping students to relate...
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