Bioscience

Student recruitment begins for downtown Bioscience High School

December 15, 2005

By Flinn Foundation

Phoenix Union High School District officials are looking for eligible students with a deep interest in science to become the first class of students enrolled at the new Bioscience High School in downtown Phoenix.

The science-intensive high school will begin classes in August for about 100 students. Eighth-grade students enrolled in schools that feed into Phoenix Union High School District are eligible.

A full, integrated high school curriculum will be offered, including world languages and performance and visual arts. Officials also hope to offer unique science-specific courses such as bioinformatics, robotics, forensics, microbiology, bioengineering, environmental science, and thermal dynamics.

The students will be taught initially at a temporary location until construction of the $9.5 million campus is completed in the spring of 2007. Officials are still looking for an interim site with about five classrooms of at least 900 square feet each.


For more information:

Students who are interested in enrolling in Bioscience High School can call (602) 764-1530.