The following 10 sites requires username and password (see Ms. Silva).

Click on the icon to access the site.  Use Noodletools to properly cite sources. ABC-Clio, Gale, and EbscoHost are all databases.  Here you will find current, accurate, and relevant information written for High School Students.

The following are websites and videos your teachers and Ms. Silva thought would help you.  These DO NOT require username or password.  When you go off to college this section will be referred to as subject guides or pathfinders.


Websites and Videos for English 9-12

Foreign Language

Websites to help in Spanish 1.2.3. AP and French 1-4


Websites, games, & videos to help in all the Math courses from Pre-Algebra to AP Calculus


Websites and Videos for Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics

Social Science - History

Websites for World Geography, Heath & Drivers Ed, World History, AP European History, US History (reconstruction - present), APUSH, Economics, and Government

Special Ed

Websites, games, & videos to help students with a disability

Vocational Ed

Websites and Videos for Foods and Nutrition,  Art, Ceramics, Engineering, and all our other pathways

Life Skills - College & Career

Websites to becoming a better student.  Information about Tests for college and Military and other career paths


Additional Library Resources

Information on how to use a library and books


The Library is open when school is in session

Doors open at 7:30 am and is open all day!  After school the Homework Center keeps the library open until 5 pm on Mondays and 6 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.  On Fridays the library closes at 3:45pm.  Come on in to study, read, hang out, and relax.

The Library is more than books

Come with your friends.  During Lunch we have Monopoly, Scrabble, Chess, and Checkers.  All we ask is that you are respectful to others around you.  Thanks!