One Eagle Way
Clarksburg, WV 26301
1st & 2nd Biology (Sophomore Required Core)
3rd Block First Semester WVU Forensics
3rd Block Second Semester Biology
4th block First Semester Human Anatomy & Physiology
4th Block Second Semester Forensics
Phone: (304) 326-7200
Biology is the study of life and living organisms, form the smallest bacteria to giant sequoias. It is a graduation requirement.
Forensic science is the application of science to criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies and the criminal justice system. This course will provide an overview of the crime scene investigation process and the methodology. Concepts, such as identification, documentation, and collection of physical evidence, including fingerprints, shoe impressions, hair and fibers, etc., will be reinforced through hands-on labs and computer simulation activites. This course is designed to provide a basic foundation in the field of forensic identification to students who are interested in the use of science to solve crime.
Human Anatomy & Physiology is an advanced science class satisfying a lab science graduation credit and is suggested for students interested in careers in the health science cluster. Due to the rigorous nature of the course a 'B' average in pre-requiste science courses is highly recommended. The following is a tentative schedule of concepts to be covered
Steve Gibson, Principal
Scott Davis, Assistant Principal
Jamie Looker, Assistant Principal
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