- FactMonster – Tons of great links to help you in any subject.
- The Smithsonian Museum– Information on the sciences, history, geography, animals and more.
- Nash-Rocky Mount School District- Homepage for local school district
- Homework Spot- Help with any homework subject
- American Memory (Library of Congress) –Information on literature as well as many other subjects.
- National Endowment for the Humanities- Information on many topics within the field of humanities
- Voice of the Shuttle English Literature – Literature/Humanities resource
- MIT Library Literature Libguide- a research source for literature projects
- The Complete Works of William Shakespeare – All of the works by the author can be found at this website.
- Cliff Notes: a Shakespearean glossary – Explains a lot of the terms used in the works of Shakespeare.
- 2019-2020 High School Battle of the Books List- Updated list of books
- 2019-2020 Middle School Battle of the Books List- Updated list of books
- SparkNotes- Study guides for English literature
- The History Channel – Information on various dates, wars, and periods in history.
- National Archives and Records Administration- Primary source documents
- National History Day– Website links to everything history!
- Smithsonian National Museum of American History- a great resource for researching American history
- Math.com– Online tutorials, games, and puzzles.
- Martindale’s Reference Desk – Calculators on-line for everything math related.
- Foreign Language Learning– Excellent links for any language.
- World Languages site– K-12 resources for lots of languages.
- Travelang’s Translating Dictionaries- dictionaries for translating foreign languages
- Literacy Center- Foreign language activities for English, French, German, and Spanish
- ALA Books 4 Teens- A list of books that the American Library Association has chosen to spotlight for teens after surveying teen groups.
- Poetry 4 Teens By Teens- website dedicated to publishing poetry written by teens
- Project Gutenberg- Over 54,000 free ebooks, great for finding classics
- Internet Safety from the Center for Missing and Exploited Children- tips on internet safety from an organization dedicated to keeping kids safe.
- SAT preparation- provides over 5,000 words to help you prepare for the SAT
- List of North Carolina Colleges- provided by collegesimply.com
- Peterson’s College Information– Information on colleges, programs, private schools, etc.
- U.S. Department of Education– FAFSA on the Web. Requirements, application, and procedures for Federal Student Aid.
- The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid- answers to common financial aid questions