To immerse students in a science-centric curriculum, which explores science’s connection to the humanities and influence in the world.
To create critical thinking, science-minded individuals who are prepared to succeed in college and have the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to give them an edge in the biotechnology industry.
Carlmont has been offering biotechnology courses since 2002.
Approximately 4,000 students have enrolled in our classes.
We received a $6.7 million California state grant to build a Biotechnology Lab Building, which opened in 2011.
For several years, we served as a state demonstration school for the California Department of Education.
In the fall of 2015, we launched the Biotechnology Institute, a three-year cross-curricular small-learning community that serves 150 students per year.