Bioscience

Phoenix Bioscience H.S. now accepting applications

January 28, 2008

By Flinn Foundation

The Phoenix Union Bioscience High School in downtown Phoenix is taking applications for its 2008-2009 freshman class and will hold orientation sessions in March for new students. The school begins its third year, but next year’s freshman class will be the first to start at the brand-new downtown campus, which opened Oct. 15. This unique small school, focusing on a rigorous curricula of math and science, will also take in some sophomores and juniors next year as the school expands towards its capacity of 400 students.

A new development to the program is the creation of four career strands:
  • Biomedical/health has two areas: (1) research and (2) health care, which includes medicine, nursing, and pharmacology;
  • Environmental science and sustainability;
  • Engineering, which includes robotics; and
  • Legal/business, with classes in forensics and advanced crime scene analysis.

For more information, call 602-764-5600. Applications for incoming freshmen and sophomore/junior transfers are available at http://www.phxhs.k12.az.us/education/school/school.php?sectionid=5720