Hutchinson Central Technical High School, Buffalo, NY
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Dr. Gabrielle Morquecho

Principal

 

 

 


Saturday, December 15, 2018


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SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

Staff:

Pamela Bachwitz Elizabeth Brunn Sami Cirpili Robyn Cross
Duane Davis Bradley Gearhart Tammy Green Jill Jakubowicz
John Kisiel Richard Leggio Jason Mayle Jaqueline Nelson

 

Courses:

REGENTS BIOLOGY

(LE01R)

The Regents Biology is a core+based course which ends in a Regents Examination. A minimum of 1200 minutes of hands-on laboratory experiences with satisfactory lab reports are required above and beyond the five - forty minute periods per week of classroom  

REGENTS BIOLOGY LAB

(LEL1R)

Regents Biology is a core +based course which ends in a Regents Examination (Living Environment). A minimum of 1200 minutes of hands-on laboratory experiences with satisfactory lab reports are required above and beyond the five - forty minute periods per  

BIOCHEM TECH 10 CHEM

(BT02R)

The major purpose of this program is to provide a foundation for a career in Chemistry or medical related fields. Students completing the program will be well-prepared for college study in pre-medicine, nursing, pharmacy, veterinary, health-related as wel  

PHYS SETTING/CHEMISTRY

(CH03R)

The Physical Setting/Chemistry is a core +based course which ends in a Regents Examination. A minimum of 1200 minutes of hands-on laboratory experiences with satisfactory lab reports are required above and beyond the five - forty minute periods per week  

PHYS SETTING/CHEM LAB

(CHL3R)

The Physical Setting/Chemistry is a core +based course which ends in a Regents Examination. A minimum of 1200 minutes of hands-on laboratory experiences with satisfactory lab reports are required above and beyond the five - forty minute periods per week  

BIOCHEM TECH 11 ORGANIC CHEMIS

(BT03M)

The major purpose of this program is to provide a foundation for a career in Chemistry or medical related fields. Students completing the program will be well-prepared for college study in pre-medicine, nursing, pharmacy, veterinary, health-related as wel  

BIOCHEM TECH 11 PHYSICS

(BT03R)

The major purpose of this program is to provide a foundation for a career in Chemistry or medical related fields. Students completing the program will be well-prepared for college study in pre-medicine, nursing, pharmacy, veterinary, health-related as wel  

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

(EV03G1)

Environmental Science is a Standards-Based elective which ends in a District Level Examination. Laboratory experiences with satisfactory lab reports are required but can be embedded into the five + forty minute periods per week of classroom instructional  

PHYS SETTING/PHYSICS

(PH03G)

 

PHYS SETTING/PHYSICS

(PH03R)

The Physical Setting/Physics is a core +based course which ends in a Regents Examination. A minimum of 1200 minutes of hands-on laboratory experiences with satisfactory lab reports are required above and beyond the five - forty minute periods per week of  

PHYS SETTING/PHYSICS LAB

(PHL3R)

The Physical Setting/Physics is a core +based course which ends in a Regents Examination. A minimum of 1200 minutes of hands-on laboratory experiences with satisfactory lab reports are required above and beyond the five - forty minute periods per week of  

BIOCHEM TECH 12 ADV BIOLOGY

(BT04G)

The major purpose of this program is to provide a foundation for a career in Chemistry or medical related fields. Students completing the program will be well-prepared for college study in pre-medicine, nursing, pharmacy, veterinary, health-related as wel  

BIOCHEM TECH 12 ADV CHEM

(BT04M)

The major purpose of this program is to provide a foundation for a career in Chemistry or medical related fields. Students completing the program will be well-prepared for college study in pre-medicine, nursing, pharmacy, veterinary, health-related as wel  

AP BIOLOGY

(AB03P)

AP Biology is a college-level course designed to provide students with the opportunity to receive college credit for work done in high school. AP Biology is equivalent to a two semester college biology course covering topics such as molecules and cells,  

AP CHEMISTRY

(AC03P1)

AP Chemistry is a college-level course designed to provide students with the opportunity to receive college credit for work done in high school. AP Chemistry is equivalent to a college general chemistry course covering topics such as chemical reactivity  

 

 

 


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