Bioscience High School offers a full, integrated curriculum with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Students participate in innovative learning environments that include team-teaching, use of technology, and student-centered learning. Instructors design lessons with collaborative efforts, and integration across multiple disciplines is a common theme found in every course offered. Bioscience High School develops specific upperclassmen pathway courses that are tailored to student interests, some of which include, anatomy and physiology, epidemiology, biotechnology, engineering, and forensics. In addition, strong humanities, arts, and fitness curricula are offered to promote well-rounded learning experiences for students.
Tune in to the event as it is streamed live on LiveStream. Use the link indicated on the left. On Wednesday, November 13, BHS will be the host site for a TEDx community event sponsored by Evans Churchill Community Association. Click on the headline to find out how to register your attendance.
This upcoming week, the Spanish National Honor Society will be hosting a Día de los muertos Festival here at Bioscience High School on Friday, November 1st from 4-7pm. Día de los muertos is a Mexican tradition celebrating and remembering the life of those whom have passed away. We are dedicating this event to honor the 19 brave Granite Mountain Hot Shot Firefighters who lost their lives in the Yarnell Hill fire this past June. We wish to celebrate their lives, and will have an altar dedicated to the 19 firefighters in remembrance. We invite all students to place a photo or memento of a loved one who has passed away on the altar as well.
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