A world-class science education for every student

Stile’s phenomena-based curriculum helps educators bring their classrooms to life with the latest in science.

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Customized for your district

Stile makes it simple to completely customize our core NGSS-aligned middle school curriculum to match the specific needs of your classrooms and students. Our supplemental high school curriculum is no different. Powered by our award-winning teaching and learning platform, Stile’s high school units can be adapted to be the perfect complement to your existing materials.

Our team brings together classroom lessons, workbooks, lab kits, assessments, comprehensive teaching notes, simulations, real-time analytics, and professional learning with local contexts to create the perfect science curriculum for your district.

In class

Beautiful, interactive science lessons

In labs

Kits for hands-on learning

After class

The ultimate hardcopy study companion

Professional learning

The key to evidence-based science teaching


Local support from local educators

Technology that empowers educators

Stile is not a script. Make Stile truly your own by editing language in questions, incorporating your favorite simulations, and adapting to local contexts with simple, intuitive tools.

With our versatile platform, you can ensure a seamless continuous learning environment for your students whether in-person, remote, or hybrid teaching.

Evolving with science

Stile is constantly updated to incorporate the latest science news and global issues important to your students.

Science News

Rapid antigen tests


Lab grown burgers

Science News

California wildfires

Science News

The influence of social media

It’s a fantastic resource for excellent science that’s engaging, attractive to view, and easy to use.
Eric Lewis,
San Francisco Unified School District
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Skills students need to thrive

Science and engineering practices (SEPs) are embedded in Stile’s lessons to encourage students to practice critical-thinking skills and engineer solutions to real-world problems.

I am excited to see a platform that invites students and teachers to collaborate and grow in skills together.
Breshelle Berndt,
Parlier High School
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Supporting English Language Learners

Audio narration, visual glossaries, writing exemplars, and per-question analytics are just some lesson features that support language learners.

Stile has allowed me to better identify and address student literacy issues, misconceptions, and areas of weakness in student understanding.
Alex Hua,
Duncraig Senior High School
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Refined over ten years

Since Stile was founded ten years ago in Australia, we’ve been perfecting our resources in thousands of classrooms. Today, 1 in 3 Australian middle schools use Stile.

I’ve been a Stile user for 3 years now and it just keeps getting better and better. Complete flexibility, valuable learning tools, and the real-time data analytics – it’s indispensable and so simple to use.
David Copping,
Rosehill Secondary College
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The Stile Curriculum

The Stile Curriculum comprises of 20 units and over 300 lessons that collectively cover the NGSS for middle school science.

Each Stile unit explores a phenomenon that authentically drives student motivation and incorporates disciplinary core ideas (DCIs), science and engineering practices (SEPs), and crosscutting concepts (CCCs).

On top of our core middle school curriculum, we also have units that match the performance expectations, DCIs, SEPs and CCCs for high schools. Browse our supplemental high school units in the Stile library.

Grade 6

Introduction to Science

How do scientists work?

Food Chains and Food Webs

Why do cats have slit-shaped pupils?

The Importance of Biodiversity

Do we need to save the bees?


Are you ready to meet lab-grown meat?

Our Place in Space

Can we travel to the Sun?


How can I cook the perfect pizza?

Optional Extra

Engineering challenge: Build a solar oven


How can my smartphone be used as a microscope?

Elements and Compounds

What happens if the world runs out of helium?

Optional Extra

Student Research Project

Grade 7


How can genes increase the risk of cancer?


Why are some plants carnivorous?


How can we prevent plastic from harming marine life?

Optional Extra

Project: Communicate the issue

The Nervous System

Could machines sniff out cancers better than dogs?

Active Earth

How do we build future-ready cities?

Newton's Laws of Motion

How can we use Newton's Laws in car crash investigations?

States of Matter

Why do we need liquid water to live on Mars?

Grade 8

Earth Systems

How does our planet recycle?

Climate Change

Climate change... is there even a debate?


Are we responsible for the rise of superbugs?

Human Impacts on Ecosystems

Can we prevent a mass extinction event?


What can we learn from nature's energy engineers?

Optional Extra

Engineering challenge: Biomimicry design

Energy Conservation

Can we use ocean waves to produce electricity?

Non-contact Forces

Are we on track for sustainable transport?

You'll see the difference

Educators better able to meet diverse learners’ needs

Easy-to-use editing tools allow educators to quickly and easily customize a lesson to better suit the needs of individual students.

Students receive targeted feedback, more often

Educators can see student work against fully-worked model answers, allowing them to provide more timely, specific feedback.

Building a culture of data-informed instruction

Live, per-question analytics and performance insights help educators identify student misconceptions earlier than ever.

What is Stile?

Stile in the classroom

World-class curriculum resources for phenomena-based learning and explicit instruction

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