Focus On High School Chemistry



  • Full-color Student Textbook
  • Teacher’s Manual
  • Laboratory Notebook
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Focus On High School Chemistry introduces high-school students to the fundamental terms and concepts found in college-level chemistry.

Topics include: atomic and molecular bonding, orbitals, hybrid orbitals, chemical reactions, balancing chemical equations; acid-base chemistry; mixtures and separating mixtures; carbon chemistry; polymer reactions; protein primary, secondary, and tertiary structure; DNA structure; and much more.

A glossary and pronunciation guide is included at the back of the book along with several appendices that go into more detail than covered in the main text.

The Focus On High School Chemistry Student Textbook goes into more depth than a regular high school text but does not cover every topic.

This is a one-semester text and can count as half of a high school credit.

When your books arrive:

  • On day 1 read a chapter of the Student Text with your child or have them read alone. Spend some time discussing the content with them.
  • On day 2 review the laboratory experiment with your child and collect materials for the experiment. Make sure you and your child have everything you need before beginning the experiment.
  • On day 3 have your child perform the laboratory experiment and record their data in the Laboratory Workbook. It is important that they record exactly what they observe even if the outcome is different than they expect.
  • On day 4 review terms and concepts from the chapter.
  • On day 5 take the chapter quiz.

Student Textbook

  • Full-color on white paper
  • 10 chapters
  • Softcover
  • 8.5″ x 11″

Teacher’s Manual

  • Black & white on white paper
  • 10 chapters
  • Softcover
  • 8.5″ x 11″

Laboratory Workbook

  • black & white on white paper
  • 10 chapters
  • softcover
  • 8.5″ x 11″


  • Downloadable product
  • (10) chapter quizzes
  • You print
  • Black and white (pdf)


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