Where do I begin in order to study relativity? [duplicate]

I am in high school now and I want to get the basic idea of what relativity. Can anyone suggest me a book or website for it? I am also curious about the mathematics behind it. Is it possible for me to understand relativity in mathematical terms while still in high school? (Let's assume I know everything till Grade 12)

• If you're looking for a gentle introduction, take a peek at amazon.com/Road-Reality-Complete-Guide-Universe/dp/0679776311/… It will not teach how to solve problems in General Relativity, but the first 500 or so pages will give you a bird's eye view of all of the math that you will need to learn in order to attempt solutions in GR. Commented Apr 3, 2016 at 16:53
• How comfortable are you with calculus? Relativity (both special and general) is most simply explained using differential geometry. This probably seems scary, but the amount of differential geometry you need to understand special relativity is very small and is pretty straightforward. But you need to be comfortable with doing integrations. Commented Apr 3, 2016 at 17:48
• Voting to re-open. I think this is not really a duplicate since the other question is just about general relativity, whereas this question just asks about "relativity" which could cover either form, with special relativity probably being a better starting point for someone who hasn't studied either and is just at the end of high school. Commented Apr 4, 2016 at 1:58
• @jameslarge Gentle introduction? No, I don't think so at all. Wonderful text for the post graduate, graduate student, or professor, but is not even specifically about relativity. I would not recommend that to a someone in high school, at all. Commented Apr 4, 2016 at 2:12
• When I was in high school in the 70's I really enjoyed Space and Time in Special Relativity by N. David Mermin. But 1968 is getting to be a long time ago, though. I notice on his web site lassp.cornell.edu/mermin he has an interesting link to a talk on what he "has learned since then" about teaching it. Commented Apr 4, 2016 at 2:54