The secondary science program is guided by the vision that all students, regardless of gender or cultural background, are given the opportunity to develop scientific literacy. The goal of scientific literacy is to develop in students the science-related knowledge, skills and attitudes that they need to solve problems and make decisions and, at the same time, to help students become life long learners who maintain their sense of wonder about the world around them.Diverse learning experiences within the science program provide students with opportunities to explore, analyze and appreciate the interrelationships among science, technology, society and the environment and to develop understandings that will affect their personal lives, their careers and their futures.
Unfortunately most of the students are little reluctant about taking Physics in their high school career. As a natural tendency students look for alternating route to meet the need of graduation. According to my opinion there is a great phobia of Physics is being circulated in and around student body. In fact Some people think Physics is the hardest subject out of all high school courses. Contradictingly Physics is a very interesting subject. In fact we use Physics in every step of our life in day to day basis. Every student is Curious by nature but the curiosity intensifies when they get the responses at right time and vice-versa. Of course we need extra time,patience and commitment to learn Physics.