Science 10

Science 10 consists of 4 units of study:

A. Energy and Matter in Chemical change
B. Energy flow in technological Systems 
C. Cycling of matter in Living Systems 
D. Energy Flow in Global Systems

Science 14 and 24

The program of studies is organized into four units.

Science 14

A. Investigating Properties of Matter
B. Understanding Energy Transfer Technologies
C. Investigating Matter and Energy in Living Systems
D. Investigating Matter and Energy in the Environment

Science 24

A. Applications of Matter and Chemical Change
B. Understanding Common Energy Conversion Systems
C. Disease Defence and Human Health
D. Motion, Change and Transportation Safety

Science 20 and 30

Science 20 consists of four units of study:
A. Chemical Changes
B. Changes in Motion
C. The Changing Earth
D. Changes in Living Systems

Biology 20

Biology 20 consists of four units of study:

A. Energy and Matter Exchange in the Biosphere
B. Ecosystems and Population Change
C. Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
D. Human Systems

Biology 30

Biology 30 consists of four units of study:

A. Nervous and Endocrine Systems
B. Reproduction and Development
C. Cell Division, Genetics and Molecular Biology
D. Population and Community Dynamics

Chemistry 20

Chemistry 20 consists of four units of study:

A. The Diversity of Matter and Chemical Bonding
B. Forms of Matter: Gases
C. Matter as Solutions, Acids, and Bases
D. Quantitative Relationships in Chemical Changes

Chemistry 30

Chemistry 30 consists of three units of study:

A. Unit A: Thermochemical Changes
B. Unit B: Electrochemical Changes
C. Unit C: Chemical Changes of Organic Compounds

Physics 20

Physics 20 is composed of four units of study:

A. Kinematics
B. Dynamics
C. Circular Motion, Work, and Energy
D. Oscillatory Motion and Mechanical Waves

Physics 30

Physics 30 consists of four units of study:

A. Momentum and Impulse
B. Forces and Fields
C. Electromagnetic Radiation
D. Atomic Physics

Forensics 25- A locally developed course delivered with Board approval.  Prerequisite is Science 10 or 14

The study of this course includes the collection and analysis of evidence from:

  • Crime Scenes
  • Principles of fingerprinting, 
  • Breathalyzers,
  • Polygraphing,
  • DNA analysis 
  • Real crime cases.

Forensics 35 -A locally developed course delivered with Board approval. Prerequisite is Forensics 25

The course content includes:

  • Forensic Anthropology
  • Forensic Entomology
  • Forensic Toxicology
  • Ballistics
  • Police Protective Equipment,
  • Police Dogs
  • Arson Investigation
  • Criminal Profiling.

Palliser’s DiscoverU Student Leadership Conference: Students found themselves, more often than not, free to explore the realm of self-directed learning. While the idea of students learning without formal direction may startle some, Alison’s approach works wonders for students looking to motivate themselves and get more out of each opportunity to learn.

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