Titlow Artificial Reef Project
Current Fundraising Need
iPad Purchasing, Distribution & Orientation
Updated Parking Policy
Lion Summer Camps
Students of the Month
Senior Grad Night Party
Orell Library Online
Summer Student France Trip
Daily School Schedule
Photos & Slideshows
Capstone Departmental Honors Program
Cross Enrollment & College Credit
Distance Education (Moodle)
Drop & Add Procedures
Google Apps Launch Page
Honor Society Tutoring
NW Furniture Bank Club Kitchen Drive
Activities Code of Conduct
Habitat for Humanity
Faith in Formation
Information & Communication Technology
One-to-One iPad Program
Parent Access Support System
Policies & Procedures
Below is a general course outline for each of the four years of the program:
Freshmen: Students spend a week prior to their freshman year learning chemical oceanography followed up with monthly classes chemically analyzing samples taken from the Titlow Marine Sanctuary.
Sophomores: After a school year collecting data, students spend a week in the summer learning ways of analyzing data and how to present findings. This is followed up during the school year with zero hour classes in statistics, GIS and graphic design.
Juniors: Research projects are selected. Topics are researched, problems and hypothesis developed and data collected over the span of the school year and summer.
Seniors: During the fall semester, students analyze results and prepare to present research findings at a symposium. Students enter their research papers into local and national science competitions in the spring.