Science curriculum that is organized into five courses: Biology, Earth/Space Science, Physical Science, Chemistry, & Physics. In each high school course, literacy is addressed in the activities in the form of vocabulary, comprehension, fluency, and writing activities.

High school science curriculum is designed to help students prepare for college study as they pursue careers in technology, medicine, engineering, manufacturing, and other related science fields. Parents are considered the “teacher of record” and will be responsible for reviewing and grading the offline lessons and writing projects. 

Elko County School District students need three (3) science credits to meet graduation requirements.