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Science

In order to be educated, today's citizen must have a sound understanding of the importance and applications of scientific and quantitative methods. Perhaps the scientific method is best described as an organized way of asking and answering questions in order to yield useful information. Our objectives are not so much to present subject content—although that is certainly part of the aim—as to develop the ability through classwork, laboratory exercises, and challenging problems, to use this organized method. There is no more solid groundwork for further study.

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Science Faculty

Mr. Christopher Butler

Mr. Christopher Butler

Titles: Science Teacher; Thomas R. Fuss Chair in Science
Mr. Jake DeCaprio

Mr. Jake DeCaprio

Class of 2016
Titles: Science Teacher; Assistant Sport Camps Director
Dr. Harry Goldberg

Dr. Harry Goldberg

Titles: Science Department Chair
Mrs. Maya Gorman

Mrs. Maya Gorman

Titles: Science Teacher
Mr. John McAlpin

Mr. John McAlpin

Titles: Science Teacher
Mrs. Nancy O'Connor

Mrs. Nancy O'Connor

Titles: Science Teacher
Mr. Craig Schneider

Mr. Craig Schneider

Titles: Science Teacher
Mrs. Ruth Sweeney

Mrs. Ruth Sweeney

Titles: Science Teacher
Mr. Tyson Trautz

Mr. Tyson Trautz

Titles: Faculty
Mr. Matthew Ziff

Mr. Matthew Ziff

Titles: Director of Makerspace

Curriculum by Form

Curriculum Guide

For greater academic detail, please check out our curriculum guide below to find full course descriptions.

Curriculum Guide SY 21-22