Science and Technology
The GHS Science department provides a comprehensive program designed to meet the needs of all students. With over 35 different courses, our science course offerings rival that of small colleges. Core courses include biology, chemistry, integrated science and physics, all taught at multiple levels to accommodate all students. GHS also offers many elective courses, including popular courses in marine biology and forensics. We also provide six different Advanced Placement (AP) courses and two UCONN Early College Experience (ECE) courses. Finally, GHS is proud to house an award winning science research program where students regularly produce projects that compete favorably at national and international science competitions. Beyond the curriculum, opportunities are available for student participation in club activities, field trips, meetings with scientists, and team and individual competitions with students from other schools.
For a full overview of the courses offered by the Science Department, please see the GHS Course of Study Guide
Science, Math and Technology Awards:
The Science, Math and Technology Awards Ceremony is an annual celebration of students who demonstrated exemplary performance in their respective STEM courses.
GHS Student Wins First Place at Intel ISEF
Raina Jain appeared on WTNH on June 20, 2018 to discuss her research, and Best of Category 1st place finish at Intel ISEF in May.
- CAPT Performance Task
- GHS Midyear Benchmark Assessment
- Sample Honors Bio Assignment
- Science NHS
- Summer Assignments
Schoology Course Code: TMDTC-FS8MP
AP Physics 2
Schoology Course Code: 5JVTR-87F9C
AP Physics C
Schoology Course Code: 8G32J-HCDQC
2019 Honors Science Research
March 21, 2019
Room 900 3:30 pm
This meeting will be held for those
students interested in taking the course
in the Fall of 2019. The Incoming
Student Assignment will be discussed, as
well as course expectations. Attendance
or prior arrangement with Mr. Bramante
is mandatory, in order to be considered for the course.
The GHS Science department is transitioning to the Next Generation Science Standards assessment.