The Science and Engineering department is dedicated to helping students within the various disciplines embrace a 3-D approach to learning. Students will learn to formulate hypotheses, design logical experiments, and document and record results. These skills are the foundation of important cross-cutting concepts which include pattern recognition, systems and modeling, and scale, proportion and quantity. Students will learn to think deeply and meaningfully about science, engineering, and the natural world. All core courses are organized by a sequential plan which include biology, chemistry and physics. There is also a rich menu of elective courses which prepare students for a variety of fields which include architecture and environmental science. The curriculum for all courses in the Science and Engineering department reflect the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.