NEW! Advanced Chemistry Course for High School

This Chemistry course is designed for kids who not only want to learn what chemistry is by doing it themselves, but also have greater ambitions and need to know this chemistry stuff so they can get paid in the real world to mix up rocket engine chemicals, design chemical factories, develop new kinds of substances in a lab and so much more.

This course will not only prepare you for the real world in chemistry, it will also give you more than a solid foundation when you hit the college level. You can save time and money by finishing part of your college degree right alongside your high school work by testing out of classes using this chemistry course.

You don’t have to be a genius in order to do this – anyone that works through this course step by step can do it, and I am here to help you every step of the way. If you’re in middle school or high school and have never done chemistry before, you can also do this course! No previous chemistry experience required. We’re going to cover Atomic and Molecular Structure, Chemical Bonds, Reaction Rates, Molecules and Atoms, Equilibrium and much more!

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By the way, if you’re also using Apologia textbook alongside our curriculum (you don’t have to – any high school or college textbook will work just fine… this footnote is just for folks who feel that they want to use Apologia textbook instead): I also spiffed up the Apologia AP Chemistry and the Apologia High School Chemistry courses as well. If you’re using Apologia, then you’ll definitely want to check these out! Note that if you’re using Apologia, the chemistry content you’ll use isn’t as comprehensive as our Chemistry course, so if you want to be sure not to miss anything, do work through our course after completing Apologia’s.


2 Responses to “NEW! Advanced Chemistry Course for High School”
  1. Aurora says:

    We have many 8th graders working through the new Advanced Chemistry section instead of Unit 15 (note that experiments from Unit 15 are integrated in the new expanded HS Chem program) however they do need the upper level enrollment to access all of the content (you can access a couple of videos here and there as more of a preview to the course). The math that is required is covered as we go through the experiments together. I work out all the problems on video so you can follow along, and as long as they have the basics of algebra covered, it should not be a problem. Unit 15 is meant for kids just focusing on experiments and enjoying learning about science, whereas the New Adv Chem course is expanded to include content required for a year of HS Chemistry.

    I would recommend working through Physics before working through Chemistry as I describe in my intro video to the high school section, because it’s such a foundation for chemistry that is hard to go the other way around. However, if your student has already covered physics, he should be just fine.

    In any case, I would try out the program first (before purchasing any materials) and see if it’s something that fits his learning style and your educational goals for him before moving forward with the course.

    Do let me know if you have any further questions!


  2. Courtney Caron says:

    Do you recommend my 8th grader take the NEW advance Chemistry course even before taking the Unit 8 and 15 Chemistry under the topics section? She will be taking Algebra 1 next year.

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