The National High School Journal of Science is a free, online, student-run and peer-reviewed research journal that is targeted towards high school students. Striving to bring science to a wider audience and engaging students in learning beyond the classroom walls, our journal hopes to expose young people to new ideas and topics.  This high school student-run science journal always welcomes aspiring scientists to submit articles and to get involved with our publishing process.

Though run by students, we maintain high standards for publication thanks to the work of our dedicated peer reviewers and experienced Scientist Advisory Board, consisting of professional researchers. Our publications fall under two main categories: original research done by high school students and articles describing significant developments in science and policy; other content includes interviews with experienced scientists and advice for aspiring researchers.

At NHSJS, we're looking to restore the excitement of STEM, and to inspire the next generation of scientists. Science is about pushing into the unknown and questioning dogma, and in many ways, a student-run research journal represents those very ideals. Share our vision? Getting involved is easy: subscribe to our journal, join our team, or share us with your friends.


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