In this study, usage of minerals with high silica content such as pumice and zeolite in high strength concrete (HSC) as pozzolans was investigated within the context of mineralogical, molecular, electrokinetic (zeta potential) and simultaneous thermal compliance. For this purpose, physical, chemical, mineralogical, molecular, electrokinetic and thermal analyses were performed on bindings. Subsequently, four types of HSC were produced (0P15Z "0% Pumice+ 15% Zeolite", 5P10Z, 10P5Z and 15P0Z) by replacing in cement when designing high strength concrete. Some fresh concrete tests and compressive strength tests were performed on produced HSCs. It was tried to determine the compliance of the data taken from the analyses performed on the bindings and the data from the HSCs. In conclusion, it was determined that the chemical, mineralogical, molecular, electrokinetic and thermal compliance of pumice, zeolite and CEM I 42.5 R cement has also appeared in HSC types.