Transform your High School Science Classes with Virtual Labs
Labster for High Schools
With Labster’s virtual labs, you can give your students an immersive hands-on lab experience as they master key scientific concepts in an engaging, gamified way.
Track progress and feedback
Labster makes it easy to track your students’ progress with our teacher dashboard, and easy to integrate with your Learning Management System. Assign simulations to students and track their progress to provide individualized feedback and instruction.
In Labster’s simulations, students have the opportunity to answer questions as many times as they need to understand the concept. Simulations can also be played through multiple times to encourage mastery-based learning.
Expanding library of content
Labster’s 200+ virtual lab simulations are supported by a growing library of supplemental content, including editable lab reports and lab manuals, 3D animations, and 2D images. Labster content is designed to meet the needs of educators and students, so please reach out if you have suggestions for new content.
Explore the High School Course Packages
“What the students are saying, and what I’m seeing, is that they are engaged. Students are tired of video lectures and worksheets. When I give them a worksheet, they’re not all doing it. But when I give them Labster, they’re all actually doing it.”
—Emily Dehoff, North County Career Center Vermont
Professional Development Opportunity!
In addition to the support you will receive from the Labster customer success team, our partnership with Better Lesson can take your use of Labster content to the next level. Your school can choose to participate in virtual workshops with trained teachers and facilitators who will help you get the most out of Labster.
Get in touch with our team to learn more about using Labster in your class!
Labster simulations can be aligned to major curriculum standards.
Try a virtual lab now
Try our Lab Safety simulation to see how a virtual lab works. Click below to fill out the form and you will be redirected to the simulation.