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Academics

The nature of science is inquiry! The ILS Science Department is continually re-evaluating and implementing new approaches and coursework to provide our students with a broad range of inquiry and challenge-based experiences. 

 

The ILS Science Department seeks to meet the needs of each student with a program of study that offers a variety of classes providing fundamental knowledge, college preparation, and the challenge of college level Advanced Placement courses. 

 

Science course offerings include:

Biology 

Concepts of Physics & Chemistry

Chemistry

Physics

Anatomy & Physiology

Marine Science

AP Chemistry

AP Biology

AP Environmental Science

AP Physics

 

Three years of science are required, including Biology & Chemistry. However, we strongly encourage all students to take four years of science. 

Science

All science courses include a laboratory component and strive to engage students in science outside of the classroom through field trips, guest speakers, and even kayak excursions from campus. 

 

A variety of extra-curricular clubs are associated with the Science Department including the Environmental Club, BoscoBots (a robotics club), Catalyst (a science inquiry club), HOSA-Future Health Professionals Club, the Athletic Training Club, and the National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) Team. All clubs are open to any student interested, but students may need to fulfil specific club participation requirements. 

 

The local chapter of the Science National Honor Society is available to junior and senior ILS students who excel academically and are committed to the study of science. Members of SNHS provide tutoring services for their peers, participate in Science Olympiad competitions, and routinely make contacts with professionals in the scientific community. Membership requirements include:

  •     Overall GPA and a B+ average across all science courses

  •     Enrollment in at least one second year honors or upper level honors course prior to senior year

  •     Teacher Recommendations

Honor Societies

 French Honor Society 

 Mu Alpha Theta 

 National Art Honor Society 

 National English Honor Society 

 National Honor Society 

 National Technical Honor Society 

 Science National Honor Society 

 Social Science Honor Society 

 Spanish Honor Society 

 Thespian Society 

 Jornalism Honor Society 

 Quill & Scroll

Clubs & Organizations

HOSA Future Health Professionals

Mission Club MANOS

National Ocean Sciences

Photography Club

Pre-Law Club

RADAR Animal Rights Club

Respect Life Club

 Robotics: Bosco Bots

 SALTT

 Speech/Debate Team

 Stock Market Club

 Student Government

Ambassadors Club

Catalyst Science Club

Close Up

Drama Club

Environmental Club

Esports (Gaming) Club

Fashion Club

Fine Arts Club

Guitar Club

Improv Troupe

International Relations Club

Key Club International