Honors Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

This course will be taught at a level of honors Chemistry. It prepares you to take SAT Chemistry or to take AP Chemistry. But if you plan to take AP Chemistry exam right after this class, it won’t be a good idea because you need more time to practice problems.

AP Chemistry is an elective college course for high school students. It is one of the most difficult courses among all AP courses, second only to AP Physics. Mastering AP Chemistry will make you stand out in college applications, especially those in science and engineering and Pre-Med related majors. If you get 5 or 4 points on the AP exam, you may also be exempted from basic Chemistry course at the university. The course is divided into lectures and exercises. There are homework and corrections every week. The last class is the final exam. This course is suitable for students in grades 8-11 who have taken or are currently taking Honors Chemistry, currently taking AP Chemistry. You must have completed Algebra I before attending the course.  

Course Syllabus:

Atoms, Molecules, and Ions


Gases, Liquids, and Solids

Atomic Structure and Properties

Properties of Solutions

Energy: Thermochemistry

Organic Chemistry

Molecular and Ionic Compound Structure and Properties

Intermolecular Forces and Properties

Chemical Reactions




Acids and Bases

Applications of Thermodynamics


Honors Chemistry

Current course offerings by STEM Academy

Advanced Physics 1, 2, M & EM


Advanced Chemistry


Advanced Calculus 

Advanced Biology


SAT I and II


SAT Physics


Honors Physics


Honors Chemistry

Honors Biology


Algebra II








Physics Competitions Training (F=ma, Physics Bowl)


Math Competitions AMC 10, 12 AIME


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