Life Science Overview
Life Science coursework at the Miller School District includes both Biology and Anatomy/Physiology classes. Each class spans one instructional year. Generally, life science is the study of the living organisms and life processes. Students in life science classes can expect hands-on lab activities, study skill development, real-world connections, and an extensive guest speaker roster.
Fundamentals of English Language Arts Overview
In this small group setting, students will work on the skills of English Language Arts including reading, writing, comprehension, grammar, and spelling. Students in this ELA course can expect a wide variety of assignments, projects, and reading materials.
Fundamentals of Geometry
Geometry is the study of the properties of points, lines, surfaces, and three-dimensional solids. Using prior algebraic knowledge, students will build their understanding of geometric shapes, measurements, and angle relationships. Students will learn new vocabulary, solve multiple mathematical expressions, and relate their learning to real-world examples.
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