Highschool may be very stressful for some students. In the beginning, I found high school science to be difficult and confusing to follow. Throughout high school I found some websites that were really helpful for myself, so it is only fair that I share them.
This is one of the best science websites out there. Bozeman Science offers tons of different kinds of science videos for each subject. The teachers in the videos explains the material in depth and thoroughly. The videos are fairly short and not too long.
This website that has all kinds of different science topics, spanning over seven different topics. Each topic has various videos, interactives, and activities that could help you gain a better understanding of science.
This site that offers all different kinds of worksheets, lesson plans, resources and tutorials. On website header bar there is a list of different kinds of science subjects. Biology Corner puts out resources for all grades.
This is a quite well known website but for a good reason. Seriously, all the videos average a length of 15 minutes but include very thorough analysis and explanation on every subject. Khan Academy is free to use and you don’t need to make an account to make the videos so as long as you are okay with your progress not saving.
This is actually for IB biology but it works just as great for regular high school biology. This website also includes super, super in depth summaries on each topic of biology. To find them, open up BioNinja’s website and on the top bar hover your mouse of over additional resources. Then click on summary PDFS and voila!
Biology Online offers explanations all different kinds of science. On the top of the website there is a search bar that allows you to search your science topic. Each topic has a small description, images and videos relating to what you searched.
This website that offers various different kinds of biology level. This website mainly focus on Biology, although it does have some of the different science subjects. It give you a in depth description about the subject, along with some advice and tips.
Chemistry & Periodic Table
As opposed to the websites listed above, this resource is actually an app. This app hosts all things chemistry related, with answers to difficult chemical equations and reactions. Arguably the best part though, is it’s a free app, meaning you can download it at no cost to you.
Last edited on January 10, 2021 by Miriam Pereira