• What is Human Biology?

    Anatomy and Physiology is a survey course introducing to the student the human body structures and functions. Topics include, but not limited to, body orientation, cells, tissues, integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, special senses, endocrine system, blood, cardiovascular system, lymphatic system, respiratory system, digestive system, urinary system, and reproductive system. The students will be assigned questions and problems on a regular basis.  There will also be a lab associated with the course.  These labs are designed to provide students with a variety of experiences to reinforce human anatomical and physiological principles.  Each student will receive safety training, and be held accountable for strictly following safety guidelines.  All labs and associated problems MUST be completed in pencil unless submitted electronically.  You will need a calculator, and a mechanical pencil is helpful.

    This class is a College in High School class that transfers as Biology 108 through Bellevue College.

    Topics we will cover in this class include:

    Body orientation



    Integumentary system

    Skeletal system

    Muscular system

    Nervous system

    Special senses

    Endocrine system


    Cardiovascular system

    Lymphatic system

    Respiratory system

    Digestive system

    Urinary system

    Reproductive system