Finding a good public school can be a challenge, but it can be especially challenging if your child stays up late watching reruns of Bill Nye the Science Guy and Dexter's Laboratory. If your child has been bitten by the science bug, it might be prudent to enroll him or her in a high school that has science in the name.Bioscience High School is a magnet school with a serious focus on education in the life sciences. In addition to the standard public school curriculum, it also exposes students to opportunities they are unlikely to find anywhere else in the Valley. For instance, the school has received a hefty grant from Intel to help build a biofuel program. Students have filled several nearby vacant lots with rows upon rows of sunflowers. These sunflowers are harvested for their seeds which are pressed for oil. These oils are then processed into biofuel, which powers an alternative-fuel vehicle designed and built by the students themselves. Beyond that, the school has an active and competitive robotics team. Besides, you know that a school is serious about the biological sciences when it has a desert tortoise named Isis and a mascot named the Double Helix Dragons. Bioscience High School is part of the Phoenix Union High School District and has open enrollment for anyone within its geographical boundaries. Students living outside of those boundaries can still enroll on a space-available basis.