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Course of Study (pdf)

Freshman Schedule of Classes

English 9

Math (according to placement)


Principles of Biomedical Sciences

Physical Ed.

Elective (foreign language recommended)

A 7th class is an option, but must fit in a student's schedule.  Students should meet with a counselor if desiring an additional elective.


You Tube Links to Bio-Med class activities

What will students in Principles of Bio-Medical Technology do?  Follow these links to see what other students have done and are doing.

Bio-Med Overview From PLTW

PLTW Bio-Medical Science

Building a Pump Part One

Building a Pump Part Two

ACE Academy - Biomedical Technology

Priniciples of Bio-Medical Sciences

Students investigate various health conditions including heart disease, diabetes, sickle-cell disease, hypercholesterolemia, and infectious diseases. They determine the factors that led to the death of a fictional person, and investigate lifestyle choices and medical treatments that might have prolonged the person’s life. The activities and projects introduce students to human physiology, medicine, and research processes. This course provides an overview of all the courses in the Biomedical Sciences program and lay the scientific foundation for subsequent courses. This course is designed for 9th or 10th grade students.


ACE Bio-Tech Course of Study

Graduation Requirements/A-G Req’s

9th Grade

10th grade

11th grade

12th grade

Social Science


World History CP or

AP World History

US History CP or

AP US History

American Gov. CP or

AP American Gov. AND

Economics or

AP Micro/Macro Economics



English 9 CP or

Advanced English 9 CP

English 10 CP or

Advanced English 10 CP

English 11 CP or

AP English Language

English 12 ERWC or

AP English Literature



Algebra I


Algebra II

Pre-Calculus or Statistics



Biology CP

Chemistry CP or

Chemistry in the Community

Advanced Science

(choose 1)


Advanced Science

(choose 1)


Health/ Inquiry Based Research




Physical Education






Foreign Language

Foreign Language

Foreign Language and/or Visual Art

Foreign Language and/or Visual Art

A-G Elective

Academy Elective (1st period not guaranteed)

Principles of Biomedical Sciences

Academy Elective (1st period not guaranteed)

Human Body Systems

Academy Elective

Medical Interventions

Academy Elective

Medical Innovations



Links to STEM based Summer Academies and Camps

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