Chrysalis Academy Posted July 10, 2012 Share Posted July 10, 2012 Thinking ahead to a science progression that makes sense for a dd who seems likely to end up on an ecology/environmental science type track: I'm thinking: 9th - Physical Science 10th - Chemistry 11th - Biology (AP?) 12th - AP Environmental Science or Ecology/Behavior/Genetics Sounds good to me, but it is a progression that doesn't include an official "physics" course. This is because a) I don't think she'll have enough math by 9th grade and b) I like the physics-chem-bio track better for philosophical reasons, and c) I'd rather she take an advanced science in her interest area rather than Physics in 12th grade (when she will have had plenty of math). I'm also thinking that Statistics will be more useful as a 4th Math than Calculus. Thoughts or suggestions? Thank you! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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