Upcoming Bioscience Event
- Spring Testing Schedule
Tuesday, March 26
ACT with Writing (computer based)
iDay for 9th, 10th, 12th
Only Juniors on campus for testing. Juniors leave campus once testing is complete
Tuesday, March 19
iDay for 9th, 11th, 12th
Only Sophomores on campus for testing.
Sophomores leave campus once testing is complete
Tuesday, April 2
Juniors report to campus at 7:45
All other students report to campus at 12:00 for lunch. Afternoon classes begin at 1:00
Tuesday, April 9 + Wednesday, April 10
Freshman report to campus at 7:45
All other students report to campus at 11:20. Afternoon classes begin at 12:15
A Message From Principal Neda Boyce
Hello Bioscience Dragons!
I am so excited to be the principal of this incredible community this year. I started my teaching career at Bioscience in 2012 teaching Biology and Chemistry. It is an honor to have the opportunity to return to a community with incredible students, dedicated staff and a supportive community. I feel very fortunate to be a part of this school and support the continued growth and innovation.
Next year will be my 11th year in PXU. I left Bioscience to become a Professional Development Specialist at Central High School, and from there I was a Leader in Full-Time Training at North High School. For the past 4 years I have been an Academy Administrator at The Academies at South Mountain. I am looking forward to bringing the skills I have learned back to Bioscience but also very excited about learning from the Bioscience community.
I am passionate about innovative approaches to education and believe that every student has the right to amazing educational opportunities. I look forward to the work we will do together to continue making Bioscience an incredible place of opportunity.
Bioscience offers students:
- Innovative learning environments.
- Integrated learning experiences focusing on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
- Excellent opportunities in the arts and humanities.
- Collaborative opportunities with students, teachers, and local community partners.
- Clubs like Robotics, E-tech, I-GEM, STUGO, NHS, NAHS, Music, and more!
- One-to-One computer access.
- Engineering and Medical focused pathways for upperclassmen.
- Internships for seniors.
- The chance to develop independence, responsibility, and a work ethic that will last a lifetime!
To provide a rigorous, collaborative, and relevant academic program emphasizing an innovative, problem-based curriculum that develops student literacy in the sciences, mathematics, and the arts.Our Vision
To cultivate critical thinkers, creative problem-solvers, and compassionate citizens, who are able to thrive in our increasingly complex and technological communities.