High School Journals

 

Published by Stanford Designership Press hosted by JournalXR

The Designership Press at Stanford is focused on innovating new publishing practices to better serve the PreCollegiate, Collegiate and Research Communities. Working in close collaboration with the Public Knowledge Project and Yewno Education, whose mission and outlook are in lockstep with the Designership Press in engaging high schools, the Press prides itself on being a global pioneer in high school publications, and an academic publisher of innovative and rigorous scholarship.

Published by Palo Alto Unified School District hosted by JournalXR

The Advanced Authentic Research (AAR) program strives to fulfill its mission of nurturing student interest and igniting student passion through real world, hands on research enabling students to explore career pathways. The program innovatively adapts Career and Technical Education foundation standards in conjunction with Next Generation Science Standards for science and engineering practice, and the Palo Alto Unified School District’s vision statement for students to explore topics in a wide variety of disciplines including humanities and social sciences, business, science and engineering. Advanced Authentic Research students bring passion, curiosity, and perseverance to the program.

The AAR Program is a unique opportunity for students in grades 10-12 to engage in original research in an area of their choosing. Students are paired with mentors who are experts in the field of the student’s choosing. The curriculum is built on the three key elements of personalized learning, integration of knowledge, and communication of research.

Published by Phillips Academy Andover hosted by JournalXR

Design Care in Health is an international peer-reviewed interdisciplinary teen care scholarly journal inspired by high school students committed to designing the experience of “Care”  for adolescents, teens and young adults globally.  The Journal is a collaborative peace technology platform developed by Phillips Academy Andover Silicon Valley High School Students and supported by the Stanford Health Experiential Design Team during a pilot of the Stanford University Summer Institutes, Design as Discovery Peace Innovation Course. Design Care exists to  increase a high level of school connectedness, expectations, academic motivation through high level meaningful peer review design opportunities. Design Care is dynamic and the distinguishing feature is the open access multi-media interactive content which augments the ability for teens to engage powerfully on what matter the most to them.

Published by Design Tech High School at Oracle hosted by JournalXR

Design Care in Health is an international peer-reviewed interdisciplinary teen care scholarly journal inspired by high school students committed to designing the experience of “Care”  for adolescents, teens and young adults globally.  The Journal is a collaborative peace technology platform developed by Phillips Academy Andover Silicon Valley High School Students and supported by the Stanford Health Experiential Design Team during a pilot of the Stanford University Summer Institutes, Design as Discovery Peace Innovation Course. Design Care exists to  increase a high level of school connectedness, expectations, academic motivation through high level meaningful peer review design opportunities. Design Care is dynamic and the distinguishing feature is the open access multi-media interactive content which augments the ability for teens to engage powerfully on what matter the most to them.

Published by Design Tech High School at Oracle hosted by JournalXR

The Journal of Environmental Science and Sustainability design aims first and foremost to act as a platform for high school students with projects, discoveries, and ideas that we believe can make a positive impact on our local and global environmental community. As you may know, more than any point in history, the global community is faced with the need to address increasingly threatening environmental challenges and threats. As a result, a massive communal responsibility has been placed on each and every one of us: to conserve, protect, to reduce,  reuse, and recycle, and most importantly, design for a better future. But before any of these things become possible, we must educate ourselves and others. Despite the truly universal nature of this societal responsibility, it ways particularly heavily on this particular generation of students. In the face of this monumental adversity, we must lead the charge in designing for an improved environmental future. Now more than ever, it is crucial that the voices of those who will be facing these challenges head-on are amplified. This journal exists to fulfill the idea that we must be enabled to take ownership of and design solutions for our future as a global community.

Published by Fremont Unified School District hosted by JournalXR

The Business and Technology Journal is focused on analyzing the latest uses of technology to help businesses, and vice versa. The Journal is peer-reviewed and open to submissions from scholars around the world. Business and Technology is sponsored by Fiber Internet Center and is partnered with Stanford University’s Peace Innovation Lab. We are committed to educating our readers about common business practices and how businesses utilize technology in order to increase their efficiency as we move further into the 21st century.