RMA’s Science department offers courses that include required classic subjects such as biology and chemistry, as well as a diversity of electives. These range from Advance Placement Biology, Chemistry and Physics to course in Forensics, Environmental Science, Earth Science and Astronomy. Each course in this department conforms to the Georgia Performance Standards. Our objectives include learning the fundamental content and vocabulary of core science branches while illustrating connections between different fields and cross curricular integration. Additionally, students engage in the scientific method through guided experimentation, measuring observed data, and analyzing their results to make conclusions. Traditional means of teaching are coupled with collaborative activities, laboratory experiments, and creative projects to solidify the material covered during classroom lessons. All science courses develop the skills of critical thinking, verbal and written communication, as well as applied mathematical reasoning. RMA believes the study of science can enrich lives, create informed citizens, and strengthen our civilization by developing young men who are equipped with problem solving skills.