How Do High School Students Start Learning Physics in the US?

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In summary, high school students in the US typically begin learning physics by taking introductory courses that cover fundamental concepts such as motion, forces, and energy. These courses often incorporate hands-on experiments and demonstrations to help students understand the principles of physics. As students progress, they may have the option to take more advanced courses that delve into topics like electricity, magnetism, and thermodynamics. Many high schools also offer opportunities for students to participate in extracurricular activities, such as science clubs or competitions, to further their understanding of physics. Overall, high school students in the US have access to a variety of resources and opportunities to begin their journey in learning about the laws of the physical world.
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Hi! I’m a high school student in the US just beginning to learn physics.
 
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