In addition to that, where can high school students publish?
While you need to submit quality work, there are definitely journals out there that receive and publish high schoolers' writing....10 Journals Where You Can Get Published in High School
The Adroit Journal. ...
Alexandria Quarterly. ...
The Claremont Review. ...
The Louisville Review. ...
That said, can you publish research as a high school student? One way for a HS student to publish research is to do it online. There are many online research journals where you can submit your work for free. https://researchjournal.cf is one of them. It is a fairly new international journal for students, so your odds of research being accepted if you submit is very high.
Long story short, how do I choose a scientific journal to publish?
Take into consideration the type of article you'd like to publish (full length, letter, review, research output).
Check the references in your article, to give an indication of possible journals of interest.
Read the journal's aims and scope on the journal homepage on elsevier.com.
How prestigious is PNAS?
According to Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2019 impact factor of 9.412. PNAS is the second most cited scientific journal, with more than 1.9 million cumulative citations from 2008–2018. In the mass media, PNAS has been described variously as "prestigious", "sedate", "renowned", and "high impact".
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In terms of content, I don't think there is much of a difference, but there is a general attitude that high impact but focused more in the field has a better chance in Science. ... Nature is more about really fantastical high impact stuff written more explicitly for interest to multiple fields.
There are two main ways through which high schoolers can seek out research positions. You can either apply to a designated research program, or you can reach out to researchers and/or faculty of academic institutions on your own. There are two main ways through which high schoolers can seek out research positions.