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- 9th Grade Integrated Science
- Applied Integrated Science
- Biology
- AP Biology
- Medical Biology A
- Medical Biology B

- Chemistry

- Advanced Chemistry
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Conceptual Physics
- Advanced Physics

-Natural Resources:
Renewable Resources

- Natural Resources:
Non-Renewable Resources
- Forestry
- Introduction to Horticulture
- Geology (1st semester) Astronomy/Meteorology (2nd semester)
- Forensic Science
Forestry

Grade Level: 9, 10, 11, 12

Length of Course: Semester

Pre-requisite: Passing Grade in Previous Science Class or Instructor Approval

Credit: ½ Science or Elective

Course Overview: This course will provide an understanding of the importance of forestry and forest ecology. Topics will include: tree identification, tree measurement, topographic map and air photo interpretation, utilization of GPS/GIS, forestry tool use, forest ecology, identification of forest types, forest stand structure, site variables that affect tree species, and stages of forest succession. Students will be provided field opportunities to observe forest ecosystems and how trees and forests impact soil development, wildlife habitat, public places, agriculture, and water quality.

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