Science Department

Science is a method of understanding how nature works in earth, space, life and physical systems through the utilization of tools of inquiry and by employing the process skill of questioning, hypothesizing, and predicting, testing and drawing conclusions.

Two years of science are required for graduation from Helena High School. All students are encouraged to take more courses that the minimum requirement. Students are encouraged to seek the assistance of their parents, counselors, science teachers, and math teachers in planning the most effective science program to meet their needs.

Academic Integrity Policy

Science Faculty – just click on their name to get to their teacher page.

Brandon Day
Manny Garza
Emily Gillin
Tyler Hollow
Julie Ladd
Hermes Lynn
David McKim
Jamie O’Malley
Claire Pichette
Missy Sampson
Christine Thennis