• Course Sequence 

    The high school curriculum is a rigorous four-year sequence of courses that, when combined with college preparatory mathematics and science, will prepare students for a successful post-secondary experience. However, even students who do not intend to pursue further formal education will benefit from the knowledge, team building strategies, and problem solving abilities taught in these courses.
    This unique learning environment is designed to give students a highly focused learning experience, while also giving them the wide variety of elective choices available in a large high school setting.

    Sample Schedule –

    Academy of Biomedical Sciences
    Four Years at a Glance

      9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
    English New Tech English/World History New Tech English II New Tech English IIINew Tech English IV
     Social Studies New Tech English/World History American History AAmerican History B  Civics & Economics
     Science New Tech BiologyNew Tech Earth Science
    New Tech Chemistry
     New Tech Chemistry
    AP Biology
    Physical Science
     AP Chemistry
    AP Physics
     Math New Tech Math
    Math I
    Math II 
     New Tech Math
    Math II
    Math III 
    Math III
    AP Calculus 
     CTE Biomed Academy Electives
    Tracks 1 & 2 
    Honors Health Science IHealth Science IIBiomedical Technology IPLTW Principles of Biomedical Scinece-Honors
     Honors Health Science I
     PLTW Principles of Biomedical Science (H)
    PLTW Human Body Systems (H) 
    PLTW Medical Interventions (H)PLTW Biomedical Innovation
     ElectiveNew Tech Healthful LivingNew Tech Spanish I New Tech Spanish IIAcademy Internship
     Elective ElectiveElective Elective  
    Gray - New Tech courses (cohort in Project Based learning) All Biomed Academy Students
    Green - CTE Biomed Academy Required Courses (Two Tracks)
    *AP + Project Lead The Way Student Recognition: To earn the recognition, students must satisfactorily complete three courses in the pathway - one AP Course; one PLTW course; and a third course, either AP or PLTW – and earn a qualifying score of 3 or higher on the AP Exam(s) and a score of Proficient or higher on the PLTW End of Course (EOC) assessment(s)