CP Biology
This introductory course integrates the major concepts of biology. Content areas include evolution, the diversity of life, genetic continuity, organism-environment interactions, the biological roots of behavior, the relationship between structure and function, homeostasis, science as inquiry, science and society, and the history of  biological concepts.  The approach to biology is one of guided reasoning based on observation and experimentation.  An array of hands-on activities and laboratories that develop inquiry skills and conceptual understanding are incorporated into the class.

Honors Biology
This course is designed for advanced students who have excelled in science. The major concepts are organized into a molecular biology framework.  Content areas include bioenergetics, structure and function of cells, genetics, evolution, regulation and homeostasis, and interactions of organisms with their environment.  The approach to biology is one of guided reasoning based on observation and experimentation. An array of hands-on activities, research projects, and laboratories that develop inquiry skills and conceptual understanding are incorporated into the class. Upon completion of this course, students are prepared to take AP Biology the following year.