Science

 

Chemistry 2202

 

This chemistry course is common to all four Atlantic Provinces and is intended to further chemistry study by building on Science 1206.

Topics: stoichiometry, bonding, and organic chemistry.

 

Teacher: CDLI

 

Chemistry 3202

 

Success in Chemistry 3202 is dependent upon knowledge and skills obtained in Chemistry 2202. This course is common to all four Atlantic Provinces and is intended to further develop chemical concepts.

Topics: kinetics and equilibrium, acids and bases, thermochemistry, and electrochemistry.

 

Teacher: CDLI

 

Science 1206

This course develops fundamental concepts in each of the four major content areas: Life Science, Earth and Space Science, Chemistry, and Physics. Topics included in the course are sustainability of ecosystems, weather, chemical reactions and motion. It is intended to provide a broad scientific background and help students prepare for other optional high school science courses.

Teacher: Bruno Laliberte

 

Biology 3201

This course is common to all four Atlantic Provinces and is intended to further develop biological concepts. 

Topics: homeostasis, reproduction and development, genetic continuity, and evolution.

 

Teacher:  Bruno Laliberte

 

Environmental Science 3205

 

The course begins with an examination of the nature of environment science, during which ecological concepts and theories are presented. Students then examine, through a case study approach, issues that are specifically relevant to the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The course concludes by addressing issues of a more global nature which are having, or will have, an impact on the quality of life on this planet.

 

Teacher: Dion Sheppard