I aim to help them think logically and empathically about people and problems.

I am providing our students with opportunities to develop skills and permission to have and share opinions. I aim to help them think logically and empathically about people and problems.  Students can google science facts. I’m here for their psyche -- for their souls. I’m an adult who recognizes their worth and helps them see their God-given gifts. I want to be a safe place where they can take a risk, fail, and risk again.  They see my passion for science and that gives them permission to have passion as well.

Science Department Chair, Susan Berrend

High School Curriculum

Seven interdependent departments comprise academic work in humanities, mathematics, and sciences: Christian Studies, English Literature and Language, History & Social Studies, Visual and Performing Arts, Mathematics, and Sciences. Click here to High School Curriculum Map.