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Science courses are designed to teach science as a process that is used to understand the world around us. The role of science and technology in society is emphasized throughout the program. In each course, the content is related to the everyday experiences of the student. The Science Department allows students to investigate a wide variety of subjects, and the sequence of courses is designed to correspond with the developing skills of the student.

Students will:

  • Practice scientific reasoning, problem solving, laboratory activities, and experimentation
  • Develop the knowledge and skills needed to make informed decisions about science-related issues
  • Discover more information about science career opportunities

 

Science Courses

  • Biology: Freshman Level
  • Biology 2: Sophomore Level
  • Introduction to High School Biology: Freshman Level
  • Basic Biology: Sophomore Level
  • Honors Biology: Freshman Level
  • Honors Biology 2: Sophomore Level
  • Chemistry
  • Introductory Chemistry
  • Honors Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Physics for Everyday Life
  • Honors Anatomy and Physiology
  • AP Physics
Department Members

Adam Meyers x340
Science Teacher
Edith Fork x330
Science Teacher
Michael Fricke x305
Science Teacher
Marcie Greenberg x340
Science Teacher
Brian Killoran x313
Science Teacher

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Congratulations to the Cavalier Powerlifting Team! On Saturday, seven Cavaliers competed in a powerlifting meet at Cudahy High School. Five of the seven athletes medaled, and two of those students are going to state!

“Coach Litscher and I are proud of these student athletes for the hard work and dedication to training," said powerlifting coach and STM science teacher Mike Fricke. "Strength training has a unique way of instilling confidence and growth in young men and women, and in the end that is the most important outcome anyone would want of our students at St. Thomas More High School.”

Stay tuned for more updates on our powerlifting team as some of them compete in Germantown in February and then at the state meet in Appleton on March 2 and 3.

Pictured: Dianeli, Jorge (qualified for state), Steve (won a 3rd place medal), Jeff (won a 2nd place medal), Evan, David (won a 2nd place medal) and Dylan (qualified for state).
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Mr. Kelly and Ms. McIntosh had a great morning with the STM First Robotics Team 1714 at the First Launch Party 2019 at WCTC on Saturday! Special thanks to FIRST Robotics and the Rockwell Automation FIRST affiliation, who helped Team 1714 get back on track with very generous grants. Stay tuned to our social media for more updates on our FIRST Robotics team!

#CavalierStrong #Robotics #STM #WeLeadtheWay #1714
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Way to go, Cavaliers!So proud of this team! They overcame many obstacles these last few weeks, including learning new formations and choreography for some..and came out so much stronger because of it, today at Oshkosh!

Congratulations, STM on placing 2nd in division 2 kick, 5th in jazz and tying for 6th in pom!
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School Information

St. Thomas More High School
2601 East Morgan Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53207

Phone: (414) 481-8370
Fax: (414) 481-3382
Email: [email protected]

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