Science Department


Science Department Overview

The Science Department offers courses which introduce students to the concepts, laws, and processes of the life and physical sciences. All Biology, Chemistry and Physics courses utilize the laboratory extensively. A minimum of three credits of science are required for graduation, as well as four STEM credits. Students who want to be considered for any of the honors or Advanced Placement classes must meet the specific pre-requisites delineated within each course description and, through their previous science classes, have effectively demonstrated the following habits of mind:

  • the motivation and discipline to complete all short- and long-term assignments and written laboratory findings in a clear, concise and timely manner
  • an ability to independently collect, manipulate and analyze data
  • a highly-defined ability to problem-solve and work with abstract concepts
  • an ability to acquire and successfully utilize and apply a great amount of discipline-specific content, vocabulary and appropriate mathematical formulas
  • the focus and responsibility to deal with rigorous pacing of instruction and the pressures inherent within an advanced level of study

Core Course Offerings Include:
Biology, Chemistry, and Physics

Engineering (Project Lead the Way) Course Offerings Include:
ntroduction to Engineering, Principles of Engineering, Civil Engineering and Architecture 

Elective Course Offerings Include:
Astronomy, Earth History, Environmental Science, Everyday Chemistry, Forensics, Genetics, Honors Human Anatomy and Physiology, Marine Biology, and Meteorology

Advanced Placement (AP) Course Offerings Include:
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science


Science Department 

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GET INVOLVED at the Maritime Aquarium
TeMPEST is an aquarium-based after-school program for high school students from Norwalk Public Schools. TeMPEST provides unique hands-on experiences in science, technology, engineering, and math as well as opportunities for students to interact with aquarium animals and staff. CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR MORE INFO:


Teacher Email Website
 Mr. Anastasia

 Mr. Belmonte


 Mrs. Cetinski 
(Department Chair)   
 Mr. Couture

 Mrs. Cruz

 Ms. Engle

Miss DeMatteo   
 Mr. Foldeak

 Mrs. Hunter


 Mrs. Joshi

Ms. Kobierowski   
Ms. Lapera   
 Mr. Minnocci 


 Mr. Mitchell   
 Ms. Morrison

 Dr. M. Munrow

 Ms. Slason