The Scientia Review is an e-journal that publishes secondary school writings in STEM disciplines—science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It provides an accessible forum for the best examples of scientific and technical prose written by high school students, including essays, review articles, research papers, and science books for children. The mission of the journal is to encourage in-depth research, critical reading, and quality writing in STEM disciplines as they are taught at the secondary level. Foremost, The Scientia Review emphasizes scientific and technical writing as an important skill and discipline for all secondary school students. It serves as a means of communication among classrooms and laboratories in which scientific and technical writing is taught, practiced, and valued.
The Scientia Review welcomes submissions, particularly from students at member schools of the National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (NCSSSMST).