- AdobeSpark: Students still have access to the AdobeSpark suite with their @students.berkeley.net account.
- YouTube: From CrashCourse to KhanAcademy, YouTube has several channels and playlists that explore topics covered at Berkeley High.
- Databases: Berkeley High subscribes to several premium databases that students can use for research projects and individual inquiry.
- CollegeBoard’s MY AP: Students who have registered for an AP exam have access to the College Board’s AP support website. Students can review concepts from the course and other ways to prepare for the AP exam on the site.
- Statement from AHA on Home Learning
- Berkeley High Math Assistance Website: An official BHS website for our Math 1, Math 2, and Math 3 curriculum.
- Khan Academy Math: An online guide to concepts in math with practice problems.
- Choices: A non-profit at Brown University that produces lessons and videos on news topics and key moments in world history.
- Crash Course History: A YouTube Channel with specific World History and US History playlists. Also covers a wide variety of other topics in social studies including government and economics.
English Language Arts
Read a great book! E-mail your teachers or check out the BHS Library website for ideas.
- Sora & Tales2Go: Access to audiobooks through partnerships with the Berkeley Public Library and other services.
- Go to the BHS Library for more on audio books and reading ideas during the closure.
- PhET Simulations: University of Colorado science simulations that can be done on chromebooks.
- KQED Science: Our incredible local NPR outlet has a wide variety of science information used in classrooms.
- Tynker: Coding for young people to learn about and be exposed to coding.
- Code.org: A free service for students to learn and practice coding.
- ScienceMusicVideos: An interactive Biology website
Duolingo: Create a daily routine to practice another language at home.
Possible language specific resources:
- Spanish: The Spanish Experiment
- French: The French Experiment
- Latin: Latin Online from the University of Texas at Austin
- Mandarin: Chinese Language Games
Visual & Performing Arts