Online Teen Resources
Information and online resources especially for teens.
Authors Teens @ Random - Information on a variety of authors including David Almond, Lois Duncan, Joan Lowery Nixon, Gary Paulsen, and Jerry Spinelli.
Book Spot - Find recommended reads.
Guys Read - Designed to help guys find stuff they like to read.
Sparks Notes - Literature summaries.
Teen Reads - Book reviews, author information, and more.
Teen Ink - Written by Teens for Teens.
Tickets and Venues:
AC (Affordable College) Online - Financial Aid
Braintrack University - Links to higher education institutions in 170 countries.
FinAid - The Financial Aid Information Page
The Princeton Review - Standardized testing information.
U.S. Department of Education - Financial Aid Information
Online Channel 1 News Network
iwannaknow.org - Teen health info
Mapping Your Future - A guided tour for middle and high school students to find our more about planning your future.
The Mint - Savings and investing for teens
Teen Central - Help line web site for teens.
Tutor.com - Looking for live online homework assistance from expert tutors? No matter the subject give Tutor.com a try
English Citation Machine - Enables students to create bibliographic citations in both APA and MLA formats by simply filling in the information needed for each type.
Pink Monkey - Literature summaries.
Spark Notes - Literature summaries.
TeenReads - Book reviews, author information, and more.
General Homework Help
High School Hub - Guides to high school subjects.
Homework Central - Free study and research help.
Information Please Almanac - Almanacs, atlases, dictionaries and encyclopedias.
Critique Circle - Critique other's writing, and have your work critiqued.
Fiction Press - As a writer, this is a place to showcase your creativity and for a reader, FictionPress is an opportunity to feast to your heart's content.
Merlyn's Pen - Fiction, essay's and poems by America's teens.
Teen Ink - All the content is written by teenagers.
Xenith - Xenith is an independent literary 'zine aimed at teens and twenty-somethings. It is the product of one 16 year-old's boredom and disillusionment as well as a response to the frequent censorship of teens and young adults.