November 26, 2022

Diane Brzozowski (Chair) 
802-295-8610 Ext. *2119
AP Biology, Advanced Biology, Anatomy & Physiology

Evan Ellerson
802-295-8610 Ext. *2122
Advanced Physics, Physics, and Energy and Matter

David McCoy
802-295-8610 Ext. *2121
AP Chemistry, Advanced Chemistry, Chemistry, Biology

Roozbeh Nazari
802-295-8610 Ext. *2118 
Earth and Space Science, Advanced Earth and Space Science

Meghan Wilson
802-295-8610 Ext. *2115
Earth and Space Science, Advanced Earth and Space Science, Biology, Environmental Science

Science Department

The Science Department offers a variety of courses preparing students for Vermont’s High School Grade Expectations which reflect the standards of the Next Generation Science Standards and Vermont Framework of Standards and Learning Objectives. The department highly recommends that the required 3.0 graduation credits are completed by the end of their junior year.  

The Science Department also offers a variety of AP and advanced curricula. Advanced Placement curricula are college level in concepts, pace and class expectations. Advanced courses require a commitment to rigor and excellence in performance. These are designed for the serious and engaged student.

Ms. Brzozowski's chemistry course ends with a bang!

"The Mercury Cycle" by students in Ms. Wilson's Biology class, from World Story Exchange.

After doing a lab experiment in Mr. Nazari's class with carbon dioxide gas, students gather around to observe a demonstration showing bubbles floating on carbon dioxide gas in a fish tank

Science Department News
Students with Dr. Brzozowski prepare for the Upper Valley Brain Bee, a free hands on brain fair and trivia competition held at Dartmouth University. More information available here
World Story Exchange

Ms. Wilson's students collaborate to produce short documentaries about nature and ecology to share with international students as part of the World Story Exchange. Check out their full library of videos.