• Integrated Physics and Chemistry or IPC is an entry-level high school science course. Basic concepts in both physics and chemistry will be addressed through a number of methods. Each lesson includes PowerPoint notes, informative web sites, interesting videos, 2-3 lab activities, and review questions. The course is suitable for students from junior high to high school.


  • Integrated Physics and Chemistry or IPC is an entry-level high school science course. Basic concepts in both physics and chemistry will be addressed through a number of methods. Each lesson includes PowerPoint notes, informative web sites, interesting videos, 2-3 lab activities, and review questions. The course is suitable for students from junior high to high school.

  • This Physics course is primarily taken by juniors and seniors with a basic understanding of algebra and geometry. A true mastery of the concepts of physics can be gained only through practice; therefore, students will find conceptual questions along with mathematical problems assigned throughout the lessons. Performing some of these activities in isolation is intimidating as well as unrealistic. Students are asked to communicate with other students as well as the instructor. Because laboratory activities are essential to any science course, students are required to complete some experiments at home with simple household items or through simulation labs. Overall, the course's main goal is to provide the students with a thorough physics background and an appreciation of physics in the real world and to develop further their overall reasoning and problem solving skills.


  • This Physics course is primarily taken by juniors and seniors with a basic understanding of algebra and geometry. A true mastery of the concepts of physics can be gained only through practice; therefore, students will find conceptual questions along with mathematical problems assigned throughout the lessons. Performing some of these activities in isolation is intimidating as well as unrealistic. Students are asked to communicate with other students as well as the instructor. Because laboratory activities are essential to any science course, students are required to complete some experiments at home with simple household items or through simulation labs. Overall, the course's main goal is to provide the students with a thorough physics background and an appreciation of physics in the real world and to develop further their overall reasoning and problem solving skills.