Be curious and keep learning. The future belongs to the curious only.
Journey through the science of life through the lens of our daily lives. This course is intended to bridge the gap between traditional biology classes and the practical biology knowledge needed in the real world. We often hear about new "genome sequences," commercial kits that can tell you about your ancestry (including pre-human) from your DNA or disease predispositions, debates about the truth of evolution, and how people found "genetic evidence for natural selection." This course provides the basic biology you need to understand all of these issues better, tries to clarify some misconceptions, and tries to prepare students for future, more advanced coursework in Biology (and especially evolutionary genetics).
Interested in Biology/ health career
Always curious how your body systems work
Indecisive if healthcare is the right fit for you?
Want to have a clear understanding of medical terminology
Want to be a future lifesaver.
Preparing for University and planning to take a major in health sciences
Want to improve problem-solving techniques, study, and leadership skills
Would like to challenge to compete at regional, national, and international levels.
WHAT THE STUDENTS WILL BE LEARNING AND PRACTICING
Introduction to biology
In each class, a different biological concept will be discussed such as body systems, genetics, etc.
Unique Interdisciplinary topics such as the relationship between biology and other subjects like math, art, and business.
Understand what Biology everywhere philosophy means
Understand Science (and biology) as a discipline of inquiry
Understand how chemistry is foundational to understanding biology.
Explore the smaller side of biology
Basic topics like cell biology, molecular biology.
Topics such as how cells can go “ rouge “ and turn into cancer
basics of genetics and inheritance
Applying concepts such as cell biology, molecular biology, and genetics to daily life
Understand human body
Different body systems and how they work
Functions of cells and organs within the body and their integration to maintain life
Understand the Medical Terminology as well as Anatomy and Physiology
Understand Biochemistry, Hemostasis, and Metabolism
Understand the evidence-based Biology
Understand different healthcare professions
Explore beyond high school biology within Healthcare settings
Identify and explain current biological issues in today’s society
Weekly assignments designed in a manner that allows the students to apply biology concepts learned in the class
Train with quizzes, practice tests to compete in health sciences at regional and national levels such as HOSA, Brain Bee, and many more.
HEAR FROM THE HEALTHCARE EXPERTS ABOUT CHOOSING HEALTHCARE AS A PROFESSION