Helpful Links

Helpful Resources

  • Absolute Shakespeare
    Shakespeare help and study guides
  • Anime NewsAnime News Network
    Anime enthusiasts! Daily news!
  • MIT App InventorMIT App Inventor
    The fastest way to build apps for Android phones and tablets.
  • Bookrags
    Study guides for literature
  • BookSpot
    Book Lists in all genres for teen audiences.
  • Free Driving Practice Tests
    Here you can find the RMV manuals you should study and practice tests you should take to help you prepare. Our practice tests include hundreds of questions that are based on the RMV manuals and resemble those on the official learner's permit exams. We've even created some marathon practice tests to get you fully prepped and ready to pass your permit exam.
  • Game Spot
    Basic gaming information.
  • Girls Life
    Latest advice for tweens and teen girls on the latest fashion and beauty, music, movies, TV, and Celebrity news.
  • HomeworkSpot
    Reliable homework help
  • How Stuff Works
    How does that work? Look it up!
  • Hubble
    Photographs taken by the Hubble space telescope.
  • Khan Academy
    You can learn anything. Expert-created content and resources for every subject and level. Always free.
  • Merriam-Webster's Dictionary
    An easy-to-use online dictionary!
  • Net Safety Tips
    Internet safety tips
  • Peterson's
    Peterson's College information website. Link to college and university websites via their index. Search for colleges and universities by major.
  • TeenReads.com
    The Book Report Network's teen website.
  • Stoughton Schools
    Stoughton Public Schools' site.
  • Stoughton Youth Commission
    Stoughton's award-winning youth commission
  • Stoughton Oasis
    A great resource for teens and parents to fight against and deal with drug and alcohol-related issues.
  • YouTube
    Upload and download videos across the Internet
  • Teen Angels
    More ways to stay safe online
  • Teen Ink
    Magazine, website, and books written by teens.
  • Worldbook Online
    Access to five different databases for learning through Worldbook Encyclopedias. Gain access to full encyclopedia articles and curriculum-related content for students in elementary through high school. Live Homework Help is also available for all grades.

Scholarship Resources

  • FAFSA
    Federal Student Aid website
  • Finaid
    Finaid’s custom calculators can help you figure out how much school will cost, how much you need to save and how much aid you’ll need.
  • Scholarship America
    Browse scholarships by availability and location!
  • Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc
    The CBC seeks to advance the global Black community by developing leaders, informing policy, and educating the public.
  • KnowHow2GO
    The American Council on Education, Lumina Foundation and the Ad Council created the KnowHow2GO campaign. This multi-year, multi-media effort includes television, radio and outdoor public service advertisements (PSAs) that encourage young people, primarily those in 8th through 10th grade, to prepare for college using four simple steps.
  • MEFA
    College Affordability-make a plan and save for college!
  • CollegeNavigator
    Find institutional data on programs offered, retention and graduation rates, prices, aid available, degrees awarded, campus safety, student loan defaults and accreditation from thousands of US universities and colleges
  • National Society of High School Scholars Foundation
    NSHSS Foundation scholarships have been created to help reduce financial barriers for high school students as they prepare for upcoming careers in STEM majors (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), business, economics, public policy, and environmental science and sustainability. The Foundation seeks to engage these future leaders in order to help fuel the global economy, stimulate innovation and creativity, and yield a strong ethical foundation for decision-making. We seek to support higher education to enable our future leaders to achieve their dreams.
  • Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans
    The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans program honors the contributions of immigrants and children of immigrants to the United States. Each Fellow receives up to $90,000 in financial support over two years, and they join a lifelong community of New American Fellows.
  • UNCF
    They award scholarships and provide financial support to 37 HBCUs.

Digital Books and Movies

Financial Literacy Resources

  • Mint
    A free online budgeting tool that can be used to help you set and reach your financial goals. Teens may like that it also has an app for tablets and smartphones. PC Mag ranks Mint highly.
  • Nerdwallet
    A website that allows you to compare different financial institutions, credit cards, insurance and more. It does not require a login and is free to access.
  • The Financial Diet
    A Youtube channel targeted towards young adults that covers finance topics in a simple way.
  • Planet Money
    NPR podcast that covers genuinely interesting topics related to money in a humorous and relatable way that will appeal to teens.