If you need help accessing a database or need current password information, please contact Ms. Lisa Scholberg, our Media and Technology Education Specialist. Also, we welcome your suggestions for books and DVD’s to add to our collection.
MLA Citation Formatting and Style Guide
GCIS Georgia Career Information System Current and accurate occupational and educational information to help young people and adults make informed career choices.
USA Test Prep Online resource helps students prepare for the GHSGT and ECOT tests with study guides and practice exams.
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Students can use their library card to access a vast array of books and online resources available at the public library.
Aid / Misc. Scholarships /College Info
GA College 411 Financial Aid Presentation: detailed information on college financial aid sources and procedures.
FAFSA: 7 Easy steps for a student's guide to the Free Application to Federal Student Aid
Federal Student Aid: A Georgia Department of Education website for Federal financial aid for college.
The High Five Scholarships website is now live with the largest collection of scholarships ever assembled. It is available to everyone free of charge. It is a website created to help you find free money for college. They are a scholarship matching service that will find hundreds of scholarships that match your personal characteristics, goals, and interests, free of charge.
CollegeBoard: Online college search, SAT preparation and registration.
CollegeView Online college search, financial aid and other information
FastWeb: Online customized college search with nearly 4,000 detailed college profiles, customized scholarship search, career planning and military information
Visit a New College Search Resource: Online College Database Prospective students searching for college and university information for schools in the United States can find tuition, enrollment, university type, location based information with integrated Google Maps for usability, and various rankings information to see how the schools they are considering compare against others.
GAcollege411: All about Georgia colleges and universities: search, compare, link to websites, review Georgia financial aid information, etc.
Juniors Timeline This handy one-page worksheet highlights what steps students should be taking to prepare for college during each segment of their junior year.
What Sets You Apart? Self-reflection is always an important aspect of the college search process. This worksheet serves as a tool for students to keep track of their personal attributes, activities, and future goals.
The above two worksheets are included in the Cappex College Fit Kit, a highly-acclaimed compilation of 20 engaging one-page worksheets that helps students through each stage of the college search and selection process. The kit is free to distribute to your students for educational purposes.
MyFuture.com: "Figure Out What Comes Next." Career, College, Military info and more.
Mapping Your Future: Mapping Your Future is a free resource for career, college, financial aid, and money management information.
Vocational Information Center Explore vocational and technical careers, check out the skills employers really want, find a trade school, research technical topics and take a look at the current job market.
Peterson's: Comprehensive guide to college information
GoCollege: The Student’s Reference to Finding Money and Getting the Most out of College Education
Georgia Student Financial Commission The official website of the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC), the state agency that provides financial aid to help Georgia students realize their higher education dreams. Includes links to Geogia Hope Program and GaCollege 411.
Online Textbooks and Study Guides (See teacher for login information)
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Online Tutoring from Tutor.com:
Tutor.com for Military Families Fact Sheet
Tutor.com Info for Military Families
Tutor.com Info for Civilian Families
Test Prep Preview Source of free practice tests including SAT, PSAT, ASVAB, ACT and many others.
Georgia Department of Education Study Guides for the End of Course Tests
USA Test Prep Assistance with the Georgia High School Graduation Test. See your counselor or the Media Center for login ID and password information.
Study Guide Zone/GHSGT Help for the Georgia High School Graduation Tests.
Study Guide Zone/SAT Help for the SAT Test, including the Writing section.
Study Guide Zone/ACT Help for the ACT Test.
Study Guide Zone/PSAT Help for the PSAT Test.
Sheppard Software Geography/World History interactive activities
Council for Exceptional Children A national organization providing resources, information and support for parents, teachers and administrators of students with disabilities.
CHADD A national organization serving individuals with Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder.
Georgia Learning Resources Services A statewide network of seventeen resource centers offering free services to parents and teachers of children with disabilities.
National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities A resource sharing information about disabilities with parents, teachers and practitioners.
Intervention Central Offering free tools and resources to help school staff and parents promote positive classroom behaviors and foster effective learning.
Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment: This is an information-based website which explains dual credit and dual enrollment for high school age students.
Students of Military Families:
To better serve the students of military families, the Georgia Department of Education has created a Military Families webpage that has links to essential information for families and schools about the Interstate Compact on Education Opportunity for Military Children and services for military families.
Students, if you are a military family, please visit the link below for more information.
Georgia Department of Education Website filled with a wealth of information that is helpful for students, parents, employees and anyone seeking information on Georgia education.