Students in freshman and sophomore Science classes were excited to be learning Crime Scene Investigation and different aspects of Forensic Science. The students learned how to solve crimes and how the different types of evidence found at a crime scene are processed. They looked into the different blood types and conducted a blood typing experiment, which in turn led to the perpetrator of their mock crime scene.

Although Forensic science was intriguing and had all the students excited to learn, in the second quarter the class segued into Human Biology. They learned about all the bones that make up the human body and how they work together to make the body function properly. The class visited a cadaver lab so the students could see what the muscles and bones look like in a real body. This was also a great opportunity for students thinking about entering the medical professions to get an inside look on what their future may entail.