An in depth study of the involvement of the United States in both World Wars. Learn the politics, technologies, strategies, battles, and economic significance of this defining historical era.
This class is the first in a four part series of our full year of General Biology. We'll learn what life is, the chemistry behind it, and then focus on ecology- how life interacts with other organisms and the environment.
In this 2nd of 4 classes in the full year General Biology series, we'll go inside the workings of the building blocks of life- cells. We'll learn all about what they are and how they work, the role they play in genetics, and how genetics has shaped life through evolution.
In this 3rd of 4 classes in the full year General Biology series, we're ruling over the kingdoms- the six kingdoms of life, that is! We'll uncover the mysteries of Archaebacteria, Bacteria, Protists, Fungi, Plants, and Animals while learning all about the forms and functions of each.
Take this class to get the foundations of marine biology- and access to all of our other marine zoology classes throughout the year!
This in-depth course will take students from the most primitive animals on earth (sponges), through the first predators (jellies, anemones, and corals), and end with the weird and wacky worms!
An intensive, lab based course that will explore snails, bivalves, octopus, squid, cuttlefish, shrimp, crabs, lobster, seastars, urchins, and sea cucumbers!
Explore the beginning, and near ending, of the US in this 12 week class. From the formation of the first colonies, we’ll follow the United States through its tumultuous birth through its most tumultuous time period- the Civil War.
This will be the 2nd installment in our 3 part full year US History course, covering reconstruction through progressiveism.
This class is the first in a series of three classes that will make up a full year of Earth Science! We’ll cover the Earth’s surface, including mapping, minerals, and rocks. Lots of hands on labs and projects!