This Biology course explores life over a broad spectrum from “micro” to “macro” focus. The curriculum spends a good portion of the year exploring the molecular basis of living things, and the cellular processes which enable living organisms to exist and function as they do. Included in these units are detailed studies of DNA (the genetic code for all life), photosynthesis (light and dark reactions), cellular respiration (glycolysis and Krebs cycle), and protein synthesis (from DNA to RNA transcription to polypeptide assembly/translation.

In the second semester students study genetics and natural selection theories, examining the relationship between the two and seeing how these are used to explain the incredible diversity which exists in living things. Finally, an overview of human anatomical systems allows the students to “zoom-out”, examining the more “macro” topics of organs and systems and applying the molecular processes learned earlier to their roles in human physiology.

Fall 2020 Registration for this Course Opens on February 27.

“REGISTER” buttons for 2018-2019 will become active on 7 February 2018.

Prerequisites: None  
Instructor: Candace Langsfeld, M.A.
Age Level: 14 - 19 years
Minimum Enrollment: 10
Maximum Enrollment: 15
Tuition per Semester: $360
Early Registration Discount (before June 1): 10% off!
Class Meets: TBD
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Candace Langsfeld, M.A.

Candace Langsfeld received her B.S. in Biology from the University of Dallas. After graduating, she taught Biology and Earth Science classes for four years at Great Hearts Academies in San Antonio while coaching soccer and cross country running.  She recently earned her Master’s degree in Humanities and Classical Education from the University of Dallas. She currently lives in Albuquerque New Mexico. When not teaching, she loves to play soccer, rock climb and spend time with her son.


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Textbook and Materials:

Modern Biology, First Edition
(Hopson and Postlethwaite)


Biology Coloring Workbook

Other supplemental texts will be provided by Miss Langsfeld.