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Introduce student(s) to biology, focusing on biochemistry, cellular biology, genetics, DNA, and gene expression. Students should be able to discuss, display what they know/have learned through writing short reflections, and take short quizzes the next session. This is done to check that the student is comprehending and retaining the information. After completing this course, students should be able to apply newly learned concepts to classroom situations with ease.
Designed for

Students who're taking Biology in school and would like to improve their knowledge


All levels

Class format

One-on-one and small group (Max. 7 students/class)

Class Introduction

This introductory course will cover the material a student might expect to see in a first year high school biology class. We will address all scales of the subject, from biochemistry and cell biology through evolution and ecology. We will also focus on developing scientific skills like asking scientific questions, designing experiments, and analyzing data. We will use a variety of learning modalities to address these topics, including virtual labs, hands-on labs using household objects, mini-debates, and interactive lectures.


During our time together, we will work toward mastery of the material covered in a typical high school biology class. Students will also work to develop an understanding of science as a process, an ability to work effectively in small groups, and a deeper appreciation of the role the natural world plays in our daily lives.

Course Content


  • Concepts of Biology 
1Course Introduction and The Chemistry of Life
2Cell Structure and Function
3Energy Transfer in Living Things
4Cell Division and The Chromosomal Theory of Inheritance
5The Central Dogma
6Mendelian Genetics
8The Diversity of Life
10Course Wrap Up

Students and their parents will receive brief feedback after each class regarding the student’s general participation in class. Students will also receive feedback on graded assignments via email. At the end of the course, the student will receive a final report card, which thoroughly speaks to their overall participation in the course, including major assignments.

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