What does life look like at the cellular level? What is energy and how does it move as a particle and a wave? How does the theory of plate tectonics allow us to understand how continents form and why earthquakes happen?

How are all the elements organized by the periodic table? How do the arrangement of elements determine the characteristics of all the compounds formed by elements? How do circuits work? What is solar radiation?

From DNA to energy, chemistry and the big bang, this is a fun course that prepares students for senior courses in science!

What are the basic building blocks of matter? How are substances transformed from one form to another? Chemistry 11 is an introduction into atoms, bonds, and chemical reactions which is the foundation for many other fields including biology and engineering.

What are the consequences of plate tectonics? How is water distributed around the world and how does this affect the landscape and climate? What are the origins of Earth and the solar system?

Explore different perspectives of life, from the microscopic (cells and DNA) to the biggest picture (evolution and taxonomy). Life sciences 11 explores human disease (bacteria and viruses), the process by which DNA expresses our traits, and the great diversity of living things and the ways we try to meaningfully group them.

What is the difference between mass and weight? Can you predict where a projectile will land? Do you want to understand the laws of nature - gravity, sound, electricity and light? Physics 11 allows you to explore these exciting ideas.

How does the human body adapt to a constantly changing environment? Why do we have specialized tissues and organ systems? How do they interact with each other? How does the body respond to human infection? This course is a fantastic introduction to students interested in the life sciences or medical sciences.

By exploring acids and bases, oxidation and reduction, dynamic equilibrium, and other modern chemical theories, students will develop their ability to question and predict, to make inferences, and to process and analyze data and information.

An academic course that prepares students for the sciences and engineering, including the study of Newtonian mechanics in 2 dimensions, gravitational and electromagnetic fields, circular motion, and an introduction to special relativity.