Ink: A monthly print magazine, web site, and a book series
all written by teens for teens.
Is your thing songwriting, screenwriting, or comedy? This site from
England, will inspire you to bring your creative ideas to life.
Public Library Teen Page: All the important stuff. Books
– money – sports – dating and what to read.
Movie Database: A four-star rating to this reel-to-reel
news, reviews, and coming attractions box-office web site.
Direct : The Internet’s largest interactive music
database. A guide to artists, concert info, downloads and breaking
Sportzone: Find scores, schedules, standings and statistics.
Help : A global network of young adult volunteers dedicated
to providing support for teen specific problems, dilemmas and concerns.
Teens: Better safe than sorry--links for everything from
internet etiquette to milk carton alerts from The National Center for
Missing and Exploited Children.
Teens: A guide from Dental One Associates on teen
health and safety.
College and Careers
Guide: An anxious free, user-friendly format that holds
your hand and answers all the big questions.
Complete your free application for Federal Student Aid on-line.
Outlook Handbook: Find the job of your dreams. This site
melds your interests with job requirements, earnings and unlimited
Do your homework.
Dr. Math: Ask Dr. Math is a question and answer service
for math students and their teachers.
Format: The fully automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills.
It's the easiest way to build a works cited page. And it's free.
World Factbook: Provides information on the history,
people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation,
military, and transnational issues for 266 world entities.