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High schoolers get hands-on in biology with a variety of labs and experiments designed to challenge and inspire their thinking about the living world! They'll engage in experiments each week and learn proper microscope use, how to make slides, molecule identification, cell differentiation, photosynthesis and much more! All of our STEM School series classes are designed to compliment state standards being taught at home.

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[Session 2] TUE: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Skill Level


Grade Level

Gr 9-12

Session 1

Session 2

TUE: Nov 03, 2020 - Jan 12, 2021 [10:00 AM - 11:30 AM]
(No class on Nov 24,Dec 22,Dec 29)

Biological Organisms II


Week 1:

Organic Compounds.
Students test common foods for carbohydrates, lipids and proteins.

Week 2:

Krebs Cycle.
Students learn cellular respiration by comparing the production/removal of CO2 in water by fish, snails, and elodea.

Week 3:

Students observe the five phases of cellular division in an onion root.

Week 4:

DNA Mutation .
Students learn how mutated DNA leads to the formation of abnormal polypeptides.

Week 5:

Students learn about Mendelian genetics by simulating crossing pea plants, and testing if they can taste PTC.

Week 6:

Mendelian Genetics.
Students engage in mutation lab activities based on Gregor Mendel's research with peas.

Week 7:

DNA Technology.
Students observe human traits and gather statistics for heredity analysis.

Week 8:

Evolution of mDNA and Chloroplasts .

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