Honors Chemistry (NCAA Approved )
- Grade 7+
Take a closer look at the world around you by studying matter and the changes it undergoes as you prepare for AP Chemistry in this challenging course. Topics include atoms, molecules, ions, stoichiometry, the properties of solutions, acids and bases, and organic chemistry, among others. You’ll use scientific inquiry to develop an understanding of complex chemical concepts through at-home lab activities, the textbook, interactive videos, problem-solving, discussion forums, and online applications.
This course has monthly synchronous class meetings, and your knowledge will be assessed through homework, practice problems, laboratory reports, simulations, and exams. You can schedule one-on-one virtual meetings directly with your instructor to review tougher lessons.
Meeting times: After the course begins, class meeting times will be set to match the availability and preferences of enrolled students.
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Synchronous class meetings typically last about an hour.
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Course PrerequisitesHonors Chemistry (NCAA Approved ) requires:
Successful completion of Algebra I
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A proctor and Chemistry 9th Edition by Steven S. Zumdahl and Susan A. Zumdahl.
An Honors Chemistry lab kit
This course requires a properly maintained computer with high-speed Internet access and an up-to-date web browser (such as Chrome or Firefox). The student must be able to communicate with the instructor via email. Visit the Technical Requirements and Support page for more details.
This course uses an online virtual classroom which can be used for instructor-student communication if the student has any questions about the course or curriculum. The classroom works on standard computers with the Zoom desktop client and also tablets or handhelds that support the Zoom Mobile app. Students will need a computer with the Zoom desktop client installed to watch any recorded meetings. The Zoom desktop client and Zoom Mobile App are both available for free download.
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