Science News in High Schools
At Science News in High Schools, we’re interested in helping educators and students receive reliable STEM journalism and classroom lessons plans that achieve STEM and literacy standards and apply the most recent advances in STEM to curricular concepts.
Regeneron and other sponsors are supporting over 5,000 schools, including 56 full districts or geographic cohorts. Over 62% of our schools are Title I eligible. Over 17,000 educators and an estimated 5 million students have access to program resources.
Watch episode 2 of our SNHS Teacher-to-Teacher Webinar series by clicking on the video on the right. Sign up to attend the next sessions here.
Looking for high-quality, standards-aligned resources to enhance your STEM and literacy initiatives? Express your interest in signing up your high school — or all the schools in your district. (Schools shown on the map in orange are part of an enrolled district.)
Sponsor a School
Help us bring quality STEM resources to high schools! It costs $500 to fund one high school in the U.S. for an academic year ($1,000 for schools outside the U.S.). Individuals or organizations can sponsor one or several high schools, or schools can sponsor themselves.
Hear from SNHS Teachers
Hear how current Science News in High Schools teachers are using the program resources in their classrooms by reading our testimonials page!Read our Teacher Testimonials
Science News in High Schools Webinar Series
Hear from teachers Jill Levasseur and Brian Dempsey about how they use SNHS resources in their classrooms. Find resources from their presentations here.
Educator Guides supplement at least one of the articles in each issue of Science News and provide different types of student exercises for a teacher to choose from.
Science News offers a concise, current and comprehensive overview of the latest scientific research. Stories are appropriate for readers in grades 9 and up.
Science News for Students
Science News for Students covers science, health and technology for a younger audience, their parents and teachers. Stories are appropriate for readers in grades 5 and up.
This online community group shares ideas and best practices for using Science News in High Schools resources in the classroom.
E-newsletters are sent to educators at participating schools and include most recent Educator Guide, other teaching ideas related to recent articles and opportunities from Society for Science.
How Teachers are Using SNHS Resources
Use SNHS for Project Ideation
Hear from Jennifer Claudio, an educator at Oak Grove High School in San Jose, California on how she uses Science News in High Schools resources to help her students with project ideation.
Use SNHS to Teach Data Analysis
Hear from Julie Olson, an educator at Mitchell Senior High School in Mitchell, South Dakota, about how she uses Science News in High Schools resources to teach data analysis in her classroom.
Use SNHS to Inspire Student Research
Hear from Joe Gibson, an educator at George Washington High School in Charleston, West Virginia, talk about how he uses Science News in High Schools exercises in his classroom.
See How to Use SNHS Virtually
See how science teacher Kehkashan Khan from Chicago, Illinois uses Science News in High Schools educator resources in her virtual classroom.
From the Society Blog
Many individuals, corporations, and foundations who care about science learning are generously funding over 5,000 high schools’ participation in the Society’s Science News in High Schools program during the 2020 – 2021 school year.
More Ways the Society Supports Science Educators
Discover how we build STEM access by helping mentors support underrepresented and low-income students to enter research projects in scientific or engineering competitions.
High School Research Teachers Conference
Each year the Society brings 200 high school research teachers to Washington, D.C. for a weekend of sharing best practices and collaboration.
Middle School Research Teachers Conference
The Society is proud to add the Middle School Research Teachers Conference to our Equity & Outreach programs. Each year 50 middle school teachers will come to Washington D.C. to collaborate and learn from each other.
STEM Research Grants
The Society awards STEM Research Grants to teachers across the nation to purchase equipment to assist their students in completing science research.
Research at Home
Resources, advice, and stories of inspiration on completing research outside of a traditional laboratory environment