AP Physics C: Mechanics is a senior level class for students who have completed a full year of physics and a full year of chemistry.  The students should have completed or be concurrently enrolled in Calculus.  It is a rigorous treatement of physics that is the equivalent to one semester of college level calculus based physics.  Students are prepared to take the AP Physics C: Mechanics exam in May.

Physics is a junior/senior level class for students who have completed chemistry and have taken or are currently taking Advanced Algebra (Algebra II) or higher.  This course is a laboratory experience with mathematical emphasis.  Topics include the study of conservation laws, space and time measurement, optics and waves, electricity, magnetism, energy, forces, and motion.

Physics is a junior/senior level class for students who have completed chemistry and have taken or are currently taking Advanced Algebra (Algebra II) or higher.  This course is a laboratory experience with mathematical emphasis.  Topics include the study of conservation laws, space and time measurement, optics and waves, electricity, magnetism, energy, forces, and motion.