The School for Human Rights Science Department goal is to ensure that scholars are offered science courses with the most current and pertinent content and concepts in science.  The Science Department strives to provide learning opportunities that foster continuous immersion in scientific inquiry.  Students will engage in activities aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, developing the key skills required of scientists: communication, collaboration, questioning, problem solving, and flexibility. The scientific literacy skills students acquire will serve them in their post-secondary experiences and careers.  Technology is integrated into the Science Curriculum through the utilization of online resources including Castle Learning, Google Classroom, and College Board. 


Diploma Requirements:

Students take four years (6 credits) of Science courses to graduate with a Regents Diploma.



Living Environment

Earth Science



Forensic Science

Scientific Research and Methodology

Anatomy/ Physiology

Advanced Placement  Biology

Advanced Placement Environmental Science.