Our students are the next generation on their way to preserving and rehabilitating our natural world. Burrillville High School’s Environmental Science CTE program is made for students who will become leaders in pollution prevention, agricultural education, and scientists of all kinds making discoveries about how our ecosystem operates and how to make changes accordingly. Our innovative students pair ecology with technology, science with new ideas, and critical thinking with creative approaches to their learning.
BHS students are at the forefront of a change in how humans consume and develop energy. Through this pathway, our students learn how to develop alternative energy sources, the ins and outs of agriculture, how to work with hazardous materials properly, and how to better control pollution.
In addition to the suggested course timeline below, students must meet BHS’ graduation requirements.
Environmental Science I
Environmental Science II
What You'll Learn
In Environmental Science I, you’ll be introduced to ecological concepts such as energy flows and organism interactions, and major environmental problems that affect our world.
In Environmental Science II, you’ll learn more about the impact of human activities on the environment and how new technologies such as renewable energy and conservation can help.
In Green Technologies, you’ll build upon previous instruction to explore and apply concepts of alternative and sustainable energies, and the challenges involved.