The Curieux Academic Journal is a multidisciplinary academic journal written entirely by high school students. Curieux was founded with the goal of creating a place where high schoolers can publish their academic thoughts. We accept academic work of all kind (essay, paper, proof) on any subject (literary theory, psychology, chemistry, philosophy, etc.). Whatever you have feel free to send it over!
Curieux will accept submissions from most any subject; physics, psychology, literary critique, philosophy, mathematics, and on. Our second issue came out in August of 2017, you can read it here. We plan on publishing our third issue December 20th.
Feel free to send us a message at email@example.com.
We just published our second issue! You can view it here!
All submissions from now on will be considered for our third issue which will be published on December 20. We accept submissions on any academic topic from economics to ornithology to advanced statistics, and anything in between.
Submissions have no word limit but it should be noted that we will be less likely to publish works containing more than 15,000 words or less than 1,000 words. An abstract is recommended but not necessary (the editing staff will write an abstract for your paper if the author chooses not to write one). Submissions should also include a short bio containing two to three sentences about the author. You may send as many submissions as you desire.
Send all your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.
Note that by submitting to Curieux you give Curieux First World Electronic Rights for the article if it is accepted.
Hit us up anytime with your comments, criticisms, or suggestions. We’d love to hear from you.