Clearwater Science Department
The science department at Clearwater High School has a long history of dedication to teaching science. With more than 200 years of combined teaching experience, we are able to provide an an array of experiences for the science student. From learning about volcanoes to chlorophyll chromatography, the students have a wide variety of classes to expore.
Students are required to take three years of high school science to meet graduation requirements. Students who want a strong science background are advised to take biology, chemistry, physics and one other science credit. Advanced science offerings include anatomy & physiology, AP biology, marine biology, chemistry II, chemistry AP and ecology. Students focused in liberal arts generally schedule earth science, biology, chemistry, and ecology to meet graduation requirements.
The members of the science department have a deep commitment to CHS as evidenced by their involvement in AP Council, SAC and many other clubs, organizations and teams. However, the department also wants to maintain an open line of communication with parents. To ensure this, the department requests that parents contact guidance to arrange appointments to discuss a student's progress