The College Board
Taking the SAT Practice Test is a stress-free (and free) way to find your strengths and weaknesses on the SAT. You can test online, or you can print it out. The Official SAT Practice Test for the current SAT is available for you to take. To score the Practice Test, download the Scoring Guide. Please visit your guidance office for a hard copy.
Linked right to The College Board web site, Big Future can get you thinking about the top ten questions to ask yourself when planning for college. This site is for high school students and parents.
NetSmartz for Kids
NetSmartz teaches Internet safety skills through engaging multimedia activities and offline interaction with Club professionals in three age-appropriate modules: Clicky’s Web World (for ages 6 to 7); NetSmartz Rules (for ages 8 to 12); and I-360 (for ages 13 to 18). Topics include personal safety, shopping safety and ethical use of the Internet. To learn more, youth ages 12 and younger can go directly to www.netsmartzkids.org while teens and parents can learn about Internet safety at www.netsmartzkids.org . NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing and Exploited children and is funded by the U.S. Department of Justice and the Office of Justice Programs.
Naviance is a comprehensive; web based college and career readiness solution for high schools that helps align student strengths and interests to post-secondary goals, and improve student outcomes. Both North and Quincy High School students have access to Naviance. All grade 9 students are encouraged to complete the career interest survey while upper classman use this online tool for post-secondary planning.
KidsHealth is a web-based program that offers online advice and interactive programs for kids and teens. Students can learn about topics important to them on topics such as the body, mind, school, jobs and staying safe. There are links for parents and guardians as well. This is an educational and engaging website for the whole family.