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Science and Math

Science and Math are gifts through which we can study God's creation! Courses at FVL are developed and taught in agreement with this core idea. 

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Science

Biology, Physics, and Chemistry are recommended for most students planning on attending college. 

Requirements

  • 3 credits required for graduation
  • 3 credits required for college admission
    • 2-3 lab science credits - includes Biology, Chemisty/College Chemistry, Physics/College Physics

Math

College-bound students are considered qualified for college if they have taken and received satisfactory grades in Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2/Trigonometry.

Higher-level institutions strongly prefer a math course beyond Algebra 2/Trigonometry (e.g., Pre-Calculus). Most colleges desire that a math course be taken during the senior year (e.g., Algebra 2/Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, or Statistics).

Requirements

  • 3 credits required for graduation
  • 4 credits required for college admission

Meet Our Math Team

Mr. Mark Eisenmann

Mr. Mark Eisenmann

Faculty
Mr. John Giddings

Mr. John Giddings

Faculty, Coach (Boys Basketball-JV1)
Mr. Dave Kolander

Mr. Dave Kolander

Faculty, Coach (Golf-V Girls, Tennis-V Boys)
Mrs. Kathy Stern

Mrs. Kathy Stern

Dept. Coordinator (Math), Faculty, Coach (Volleyball-JV1), Advisor (Math Club)
Mrs. Anne Wilson

Mrs. Anne Wilson

Faculty, Coach (Softball-V)

Meet Our Science Team

Mrs. Katelynn Dorn

Mrs. Katelynn Dorn

Faculty
Mr. Tim Fischer

Mr. Tim Fischer

Faculty, Advisor (VEX Robotics)

Mr. Joshuah Kren

Faculty
Mr. Ryan Lemke

Mr. Ryan Lemke

Faculty

Mrs. Aimee Melso

Faculty
Mr. Karl Schwerin

Mr. Karl Schwerin

Faculty, Coach (V-Wrestling)
Mr. Ben Stern

Mr. Ben Stern

Dept. Coordinator (Science), Faculty, Coach (Soccer-V Girls)
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