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Foster the Next Generation of Scientists

Prepare Students for Science Careers

Our partnership with Wiley® puts equitable access to advanced science programs within reach for all students, preparing them for a successful transition to college and fulfilling careers in STEM, healthcare, and more.

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    Content Created by Experts

    Our AP®, honors, and elective programs are developed by nationally recognized educators who continue to research and teach—ensuring up-to-date, relevant material.

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    Tools for Student Engagement

    Our programs are enhanced by detailed illustrations, videos, interactive graphs, simulations, animations, and tutorials.

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    Adaptable Teacher Materials

    Available in digital and print formats, HMH Advanced Placement & Elective programs deliver the resources teachers need to custom-tailor courses and frequently measure student progress.

Advanced Science Content You Can Trust

The HMH and Wiley partnership offers high schools top titles in AP, honors, and electives. Our time-tested content is developed by nationally known thought leaders who remain active in their fields of study.

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    Anatomy & Physiology

    Allen and Harper's lab manual contains dynamic experiments for hands-on application. Gerard Tortora’s programs provide introductions to comprehensive content, giving students a solid foundation for a future medical career.

    • 3D physiology interactives and Real Anatomy simulations
    • These programs are considered the gold standard in Anatomy & Physiology
    • One-semester or full-year options

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    Whether teachers are looking for basics across the discipline, or a program to support an AP® class, HMH has options.

    • Interactive practice
    • Highly visual presentation of material
    • Career and real-world applications

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    Environmental Science

    Our environmental science programs focus on the most prevalent issues today, including energy, sustainability, climate change, and humans’ impact on the environment.

    • Emphasis on how students can work to solve environmental problems
    • Coverage of science news topics
    • Virtual field trip videos
    • One-semester or full-year options

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    Course offerings for algebra-based or calculus-based Physics meet your high school advanced, honors, or Advanced Placement course requirements.

    • Focus on fundamental principles that underlie the behavior of matter
    • Top-selling programs
    • Emphasis on problem solving, conceptual understanding, and relevance

Dig Deeper into Our Program Offerings

Anatomy & Physiology

  • Introduction to the Human Body, by Gerard Tortora and Bryan Derrickson

    Introduction to the Human Body is developed to meet the needs of a one-semester high school anatomy and physiology course. The program provides an effective blend of stunning art and clearly written content to illuminate the complexities of the human body. Clinical discussions make the content relevant to students, and class-tested pedagogy is woven into the narrative.

  • Principles of Anatomy & Physiology, by Gerard Tortora and Bryan Derrickson

    Principles of Anatomy & Physiology has been the leading program for students of human anatomy and physiology on college campuses and in high schools for several decades. Its comprehensive, detailed, and accessible content—including outstanding visuals—makes it the best resource of its kind. Students who complete the program will be prepared for future college biology courses.

  • Laboratory Manual for Anatomy & Physiology, by Connie Allen and Valerie Harper

    Laboratory Manual for Anatomy & Physiology contains activities and experiments that help students visualize anatomical structures and understand complex physiological topics. Lab exercises require students to first apply information they have learned and then critically evaluate it.


  • Basic Concepts of Chemistry, by Leo J. Malone and Theodore O. Dolter

    Basic Concepts of Chemistry has been updated with many new features that address general chemistry topics, with an emphasis on outcomes assessment and student-centered activities. Every concept in the program is clearly illustrated with one or more step-by-step examples. “Making It Real” essays present timely, relevant, and engaging real-world applications.

  • Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter, by Neil Jespersen and Alison Hyslop

    Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter provides the necessary practice, support, concept mastery, and individualized instruction to lead to success in the AP® Chemistry course. The program’s unique “chemical tools” approach guides readers to analyze and solve mathematical and conceptual problems, as well as gain concept mastery of chemical phenomena.

  • Visualizing Everyday Chemistry, by Douglas P. Heller and Carl H. Snyder

    Visualizing Everyday Chemistry introduces students to the basic principles of chemistry through words, compelling visuals, and learning aids, allowing students to quickly visualize how chemistry impacts their lives and society. The program is ideal for a one-semester course.

  • Organic Chemistry, by David Klein

    Organic Chemistry covers the concepts typically included in an organic chemistry textbook, but places special emphasis on skills development to support these concepts. This emphasis provides students with a greater opportunity to achieve proficiency in key organic chemistry skills.

Environmental Science


  • Cutnell & Johnson Physics, AP® Edition, by David Young and Shane Stadler

    Cutnell and Johnson Physics, AP® Edition focuses on conceptual understanding, problem solving, and establishing relevance, so that students can succeed in class and on the Advanced Placement Physics 1 and 2 exams. It includes more than 250 author-narrated videos, as well as practical examples, career insights, and case studies from medicine, biology, and other professions.

  • Fundamentals of Physics, AP® Edition, by David Halliday, Robert Resnick, and Jearl Walker

    Fundamentals of Physics, AP Edition provides students with the skills they need to succeed in AP Physics C and in future coursework through its focus on conceptual understanding, problem solving, and current real-world applications. Through manageable chunks of content, embedded media, interactive challenges, activities, and games, the program fosters a deep understanding of calculus-based physics concepts.

  • Matter & Interactions, by Ruth W. Chabay and Bruce A. Sherwood

    Matter & Interactions integrates 21st century physics and computational physics for the calculus-based physics course, mirroring how practicing physicists view their discipline. The text emphasizes the small number of fundamental principles that underlie the behavior of matter and identifies models that can explain a wide variety of physical phenomena.

Insights and Resources

  • Free Science Activities for Middle School and High School

    Free Science Activities for Middle School and High School

    Whether you're teaching remotely or in the classroom, these fun science activities for middle school and high school students can help make learning fun.

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  • 90-Second Science: Quick and Easy Science Experiments

    90-Second Science: Quick and Easy Science Experiments

    Watch these 90-Second Science videos of quick and easy science experiments for kids that you can do at home or in the classroom.

    Shaped Staff

  • Phases of the Moon Activities and Lesson Plan Ideas

    Phases of the Moon Activities and Lesson Plan Ideas

    Shoot for the moon with free science and math resources, including activities, labs, and FUNomenal Readers.

    Ali Habashi
    Shaped Editor

  • International – Think Digital First – Advanced Placement Solutions

    Learn about the wide variety of Advanced Placement courses that provide students with a head start on their experience of college-level work.

  • Increasing Student Engagement in Physics

    Today’s students often read the assigned material, and when they do, they struggle with comprehension. Jearl Walker has developed a new learning design to simulate an office-hour type discourse, based on his experiences with one of his physics students.

  • Flipping the Classroom in Physics

    Wiley authors Dave Young and Shane Stadler discuss how flipping the classroom, or “inverted teaching,” lets you spend class time engaging students with active learning techniques instead of traditional lecturing.​

See how our advanced science programs prepare students for college and careers.

See how our advanced science programs prepare students for college and careers.