35 Online Courses for High School Students from Harvard, MIT, and More
April 14, 2020 | Livia Halltari
We want to help students everywhere keep learning what they’re interested in, from math to physics and psychology to essay writing. We collected our entire catalog of Advanced Placement, high school, and college-freshman-level courses for those restless learners out there. We’re here to help you make it happen and stay on track, together.
A-level Mathematics for Year 12 – Course 1: Algebraic Methods, Graphs and Applied Mathematics Methods
Develop your thinking skills, fluency and confidence to aim for an A in A-level maths and prepare for undergraduate STEM degrees.
Learn AP® Calculus BC topics from highly respected AP Calculus instructors to prepare for the AP® Calculus BC exam.
Master the most difficult topics in your AP® Calculus AB & Calculus BC courses.
Improve your language skills and expand your knowledge of contemporary Italian culture as you prepare for success in the AP® Italian exam!
Learn all material in the AP® Macroeconomics curriculum from highly regarded AP instructors and college professors.
Master the most challenging topics in your AP® Macroeconomics course.
An overview of introductory microeconomics. Learn the key principles of economics and how to apply them to the real world – and the AP® exam!
Master the most difficult topics in your AP® Physics 1 course with help from experienced AP® Physics teachers.
Master the most difficult topics in your AP® Physics 2 course with help from experienced AP® Physics teachers.
Learn about the history and research methods of psychology.
Learn how your brain works and the basics of neuroscience, genetics and consciousness.
Learn about the neuroscience and psychology of the mind including memory, thinking, reasoning, and language.
Learn about the theories of motivation and emotions and obtain an in-depth look at intelligence testing and personality development.
Learn about the relationship between stress and physical and mental health and the treatment of abnormal behavior, including psychological disorders.
Review and prepare for the AP® Psychology exam with evidence-based study strategies and tips to help enhance your performance on the exam.
An interactive Spanish MOOC to prepare students for the AP language and culture exam. Come practice your Spanish with us!
Learn how to get started with app development and create your very first iOS app.
Learn the basics of Algebra while preparing for future courses in Calculus through this credit-eligible college level math course.
In this introduction to finance course from Michigan learn to apply frameworks and smart tools for understanding and making everyday financial decisions.
Learn how performance of William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice provides occasions for creative, thoughtful communication across personal, historical, and cultural boundaries on topics including language and theatricality, gender relations, and religious prejudice.
An introduction to academic writing for English Language Learners, focusing on essay development, grammatical correctness, and self-editing.
Prepare for the IELTS Academic tests in this comprehensive, self-paced course covering listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Measure angles, prove geometric theorems, and discover how to calculate areas and volumes in this interactive course!
Discover and acquire the fundamental maths skills that you will need to use while studying an MBA program, from algebra to differentiation and geometric series.
Develop an understanding of polynomials, functions and graphs and how these build the foundation for more complex mathematical concepts.
Examine how great modern writers capture the intricacies of our globalized world and how their works circulate within that world to find their own audiences.
Prepare for Introductory Calculus courses.
This college-level, credit-eligible Precalculus course will teach you the skills required for success in future Calculus studies.
Learn about Shakespeare’s plays and their influence through a focus on emotions such as love, hate, and jealousy.
Explore the haunting figure at the heart of one of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays.
Learn how to read William Shakespeare’s plays through his biography, Elizabethan and Jacobean history, and modern performance.
Explore acts of storytelling in Shakespeare’s Othello alongside world-class artists who interpret Othello’s story in new forms and contexts today.
An exploration of the magnetic and ambivalent character of Shylock in William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.
Learn how to generate ideas at the interface between chemistry and biology.
Prepare for the TOEFL® test and learn how to improve your score and English language skills from the experts who create the exam.