Scientific Human Classification: Homo Sapiens

Kingdom:
Animalia - The Animal Kingdom

Eumetazoa - Metazoans (Those animals in which the protoplasmic mass, constituting the egg, is converted into a multitude of cells, which are metamorphosed into the tissues of the body.)

Bilateria - Bilaterally Symmetrical Animals

Deuterostomia - Deuterostomes (Any of a major group of animals defined by its embryonic development, in which the first opening in the embryo becomes the anus.)

Phylum:
Chordata - Chordates (A comprehensive division of animals including all Vertebrata together with the Tunicata, or all those having a dorsal nervous cord.)

Craniata - Araniates (Includes vertebrates with a distinct brain and brain box.)

Subphylum:
Vertebrata - Vertebrates (an animal with a vertebral column)

Superclass:

Gnathostomata - Jawed Vertebrates

Euteleostomi - Bony Vertebrates

Class:
Sarcopterygii - Lobe-Finned Fishes and Terrestrial Vertebrates

Tetrapoda - Tetrapods (A vertebrate animal with four feet, legs, or leglike appendages)

Amniota - Amniotes (Any of a group of vertebrates that have an amnion during embryonic development, including reptiles, birds, and mammals)

Synapsida - Aynapsids (one temporal opening on each side of the skull)

Class:

Mammalia - Mammals (various warm-blooded vertebrate animals of the class Mammalia, including humans, characterized by a covering of hair on the skin and, in the female, milk-producing mammary glands for nourishing the young.)

Subclass:
Theria - Therian Mammals (consisting of marsupial and placental mammals)

Infraclass:
Eutheria - Placental Mammals

Order:
Primates - Primates (a mammal of an order that includes the lemurs, bushbabies, tarsiers, marmosets, monkeys, apes, and humans. They are distinguished by having hands, hand-like feet, and forward-facing eyes.)

Suborder: 
Haplorrhini - Monkeys, Apes, and Tarsiers

Infraorder: 
Simiiformes - Monkeys and Apes

Catarrhini - Old World monkeys and apes

Superfamily:
Hominoidea - Apes and Humans

Family:
Hominidae - Great Apes and Humans

Genus:
Homo - Humans

Species:
Homo Sapiens -  Modern Human

From National Science Foundation, The University of Michigan and Oxford Dictionary

Art by Norritt

Scientific Human Classification: Homo Sapiens

Kingdom:

Animalia - The Animal Kingdom

Eumetazoa - Metazoans (Those animals in which the protoplasmic mass, constituting the egg, is converted into a multitude of cells, which are metamorphosed into the tissues of the body.)

Bilateria - Bilaterally Symmetrical Animals

Deuterostomia - Deuterostomes (Any of a major group of animals defined by its embryonic development, in which the first opening in the embryo becomes the anus.)

Phylum:

Chordata - Chordates (A comprehensive division of animals including all Vertebrata together with the Tunicata, or all those having a dorsal nervous cord.)

Craniata - Araniates (Includes vertebrates with a distinct brain and brain box.)

Subphylum:

Vertebrata - Vertebrates (an animal with a vertebral column)

Superclass:

Gnathostomata - Jawed Vertebrates

Euteleostomi - Bony Vertebrates

Class:

Sarcopterygii - Lobe-Finned Fishes and Terrestrial Vertebrates

Tetrapoda - Tetrapods (A vertebrate animal with four feet, legs, or leglike appendages)

Amniota - Amniotes (Any of a group of vertebrates that have an amnion during embryonic development, including reptiles, birds, and mammals)

Synapsida - Aynapsids (one temporal opening on each side of the skull)

Class:

Mammalia - Mammals (various warm-blooded vertebrate animals of the class Mammalia, including humans, characterized by a covering of hair on the skin and, in the female, milk-producing mammary glands for nourishing the young.)

Subclass:

Theria - Therian Mammals (consisting of marsupial and placental mammals)

Infraclass:

Eutheria - Placental Mammals

Order:

Primates - Primates (a mammal of an order that includes the lemurs, bushbabies, tarsiers, marmosets, monkeys, apes, and humans. They are distinguished by having hands, hand-like feet, and forward-facing eyes.)

Suborder: 

Haplorrhini - Monkeys, Apes, and Tarsiers

Infraorder: 

Simiiformes - Monkeys and Apes

Catarrhini - Old World monkeys and apes

Superfamily:

Hominoidea - Apes and Humans

Family:

Hominidae - Great Apes and Humans

Genus:

Homo - Humans

Species:

Homo Sapiens -  Modern Human

From National Science Foundation, The University of Michigan and Oxford Dictionary

Art by Norritt