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Students should take 1 Arts Class and 1 Technology class to earn 5 credits in Arts and 5 credits in Technology.

Arts (Select One per Semester)
Art History Resources on the Web
ArtsConnectEd: Minneapolis Institute
Designs by Mark: Tips & Tutorials
Digital Mastery: Photoshop Tips
Emmett Scott's Drawing Cartoons
Famous Paintings Exhibition
Impressionism: European Paintings
Kodak: Taking Great Pictures
Metropolitan Museum of Art
MOWA: Museum of Web Art
National Gallery of Art
Ozone's Hands-On Adobe Photoshop
Sanford: Explore Art & Artists
Screen Design: Web Design Resources
The Getty's ArtEdNet
The Impressionists
The Kennedy Center's ArtsEdge

Technology (Select One per Semester)
Applet Depot: Free Java Applets
Bare Bones Guide to HTML
Cut-N-Paste Javascript
CNET Web Building
Developer Shed: News & Tools
EarthWeb: Developer.com
Flash: Educational Applications
HTML Character Set | Web Colors
In Living Color: Science & Math
KingCode: The Coder's Search Engine
Trivial Net: Computer Trivia Game
Visual Basic Tutorials (Gary Breene)
Web Developer's Virtual Library
WebMonkey: Developer's Resources
WebTools: Resources for Web Weavers
Yale Web Style Guide
ZDNet Developer

Students should take 3 classes in Science to earn 15 Credits of Science.

General Biology
DNA from the Beginning
Frontier High School Biology
Huskey's Biology Lecture Slides
Investigate Biodiversity
Kimball's Biology Text
MIT Biology Hypertextbook
Mr. Biology
NY Regents Exam Prep: Biology
Online Biology Book
The Biology Project
The Wonders of Microbes
Troy High Biology: The Skinny
UCDavis Biology Lecture Notes
UMBC Biology Lecture Notes
Why Files: Evolution
Human Biology
Anatomy of the Human Heart
Blazing a Genetic Trail
Gray's Anatomy (1918)
Human Genome Resources
Mayo Clinic: Health Information
Merck Manual: Medical Information
Nutrition Analysis Tool
Nutrition.gov
Understanding the Immune System

Zoology
American Bald Eagle
Ants
Bears
Birdhouse Network
Butterflies
Ducks Unlimited
Frogs & Toads
Insects
New Zealand Birds
North American Tree Squirrels
Snakes of Massachusetts

 

Indoor Pest Control (http://www.pests.org/)

Botany
Corn Growers Guidebook
Hort Corner
Plant Image Gallery
Plants Database
Rice: Facts & Figures
Wildflowers in Bloom
General Chemistry
Chemical Stuff by D. Dice
Erik's Chemistry Notes
Frontier High School Chemistry
General Chemistry Online!
High School Chemistry Tutorial
Rader's Chem4Kids
SPHS Chemistry Study Cards
Wilton High School Chemistry
Periodic Tables

Lenntech Periodic Table

  • Health Effects and Environmental Effects Provided

David's Whizzy Periodic Table
LANL's Periodic Table of the Elements
Mark Winter's WebElements
Printable Periodic Table
YOGI's Periodic Table of the Elements

Molecular Structures
3-D Virtual Chemistry Library
Animated Molecular Shapes
C4 Molecular Playground
MDL Chemscape Chime Plug-in
Molecular Models: PDB Files
Molecular Models Tutorial
WebMolecules: Molecular Models
Chemical Reactions
Help with Predicting Reactions
Questions, Quizzes, Exam Prep
Ask the Experts: Chemistry
Chemistry Practice Exams
Chemistry Questions & Answers
Chemistry Tutorials, Drills & Quizzes
MAD Scientist Question Archives
NY Regents Exam Prep: Chemistry
Past Exams & Solutions (CHEM 13 News)
Laboratory Experiments
Bizarre Stuff in Can Make in Your Kitchen
Chemistry Lab Equipment & Procedures
Experiments You Can Do at Home
Laboratory Chemical Safety Summaries
Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards
The Science House: Countertop Chemistry
Learning Activities

Chemistry Questions
Common Chemicals Quiz
Periodic Table: Questions
Periodic Table: Drag & Drop
Periodic Table: Challenge

Very Interesting Stuff

BioChemLinks
Bill Nye the Science Guy
Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe
Chemistry as a Career
Detecting Art Crimes
Dihydrogen Monoxide
Flavor Chemistry: Fire & Spice
Molecules of the Month
pH Indicators: Water to Wine
Poisoned Needle Mystery
Toxic Chemical Scorecard
T.W.I.N.K.I.E.S. Project
Weekly Science Updates

Students should take 3 classes in Earth and Space Sciences and/or Physics to earn 15 units of Earth Sciences, Space Science and/or Physics

Astronomy
NASA's Earth Observatory
Nine Planets: Tour of the Solar System
NIX: NASA Image eXchange
Skywatching Center: Tonight's Sky
Solar System Exploration
To the Moon
Views of the Solar System
Ecology
Chemical Scorecard
Environmental Health Center
Environmental Protection Agency
Exploring the Environment
National Wildlife Federation
Geology
Earth History: Life through Time
Mineral & Gemstone Kingdom

Gem Stone Displays and Prices
Physical Geology Lecture Notes
Rocks & Minerals Review
TerraServer: Aerial Imagery

Meteorology
Atmospheric Encyclopedia
Weather Channel
Weather Underground
More Resources
NY Regents Exam Prep: Earth Science
Mr. Nap's Earth Science Regents Tips
General Physics
Exploratorium: Online Exhibits
Multimedia Physics Studios
Physics Central
Physics Classroom (Tom Hendersson)
Physics Lecture Notes (Peggy Schweiger)
Rader's Physics4Kids
Visual Physics (ThinkQuest)
Why Files (National Science Foundation
The Science of Sports & Stuff
Amusement Park Physics
How Stuff Works (Marshall Brain)
How Things Work (Lou Bloomfield)
Skateboard Science
The Science of Baseball
The Science of Cycling
The Science of Hockey

 
Matter & Energy
Antimatter: Mirror of the Universe
CERN: The Heart of the Matter
Einstein Revealed: Relativity
Reference Tools
Physical Constants & Conversions
Unit Converter
Questions, Quizzes, Exam Prep
101 Physics Facts
NY Regents Exam Prep: Physics

Students should take 1 classes in Health to earn 5 credits of Health.

Students should take 1 classes in Nutrition to earn 5 credits of Nutrition.

Health Information
CDC: Health Topics for Teens
Health Finder: Health Information
Mayo Clinic: Health Information
Merck Manual: Medical Information
Real Age: Health Tools
Teen Health: Questions & Answers
Teen Matters
Nutrition
Fast Food Facts: Nutrition Data
Food & Nutrition Information Center
Nutrition Analysis Tool
Nutrition Navigator
Nutrition.gov

Students should take 8 classes in Physical Fitness or Physical Education to earn 40 credits in Physical Education.

Physical Fitness
Baseball | Basketball | Golf
Inline Skating | Soccer | Tennis
Fitness Training Workouts
Sports: Official NFHS Playing Rules

TOTAL SPORTS

BASEBALL GENERAL COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOXING COLLEGE BASKETBALL

NFL NBA NHL GOLF SOCCER TENNIS AUTO RACING FINAL FOUR

 

Students should select 6 classes in English to earn 30 credits in English

Literature (10), Grammar - Mechanics and Vocabulary (5), Composition (5), Poetry (5), Speech (5),

Words: Spelling & Vocabulary
50 Commonly Misspelled Words
Crossword Puzzle Dictionary
Etymologic: A Tough Word Game
Dictionary | Thesaurus
Homographs | Homonyms
Jumble & Crossword Solver
New York Times Crossword Puzzles
Phrase Finder
Puzzlemaker: Create Your Own Puzzles
Reader's Digest: Word Power
SAT Vocabulary Quiz
Word and Phrase Origins
Word of the Day: Dictionary.com
Word of the Day: Merriam-Webster
Word of the Day: New York Times
Word of the Day: Randomhouse
Wordsmyth: Dictionary-Thesaurus

Grammar & Writing Guides
Big Dog's Grammar Guide
Common Errors in English
Daily Grammar: Lesson Archives
Elements of Style
Guide to Grammar & Writing
Inkspot: For Young Writers
MLA Documentation
MLA Style Guide
Oswego High School Writing Guide
Purdue OWL: The Writing Process
Purdue OWL: Grammar & Spelling
Purdue OWL: Research Papers
Purdue OWL: Resumes & Cover Letters
Research & Documentation
Research & Writing: Step by Step
Traditional Grammar: Interactive Book
UWM Writer's Handbook

Language Resource: Nouns, Adjectives, and Verbal Usage

 

Poetry
Academy of American Poets
American Verse Project
Bartleby Library: Verse
Bibliomania: Poetry Collection
High School Hub: Poetry Contest
Project Gutenberg: Public Domain
Representative Poetry Online
Rhyming Dictionary
Virtual Poetry Workshop
Literature
Authors & Literature: Matching Quiz
Bartleby Library: Great Books Online
Bibliomania: Fiction Collection
Bibliomania: Short Stories
Book Reviews: Classics
Complete Works of Shakespeare
Critical Reading: A Guide
Internet Public Library: Literature
Literary Criticism Collection
Literature for Young Readers
On-Line Books
Project Gutenberg: Public Domain
Public Speaking
High School Debate Topic: Education
NFHS: Speech & Debate Resources
Public Agenda: Opinion & Analysis
Robert's Rules of Order
Poetry by Teens

Awakening, Bill Paterson
Because of You, Melinda LaBrie
Facing the Wall, Owen Handy
Fairytales, Jenna Barkley
I Stand and Wait, Amanda Lange
Lamb to Slaughter, David Bove
Light Blue, Kelly Paulicelli
Love Letter, Rebecca Jameson
Sam, Cortney Kirkpatrick
The Band, Brie Huemmer

 

Literature Study Guides

1984
A Christmas Carol
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
All Quiet on the Western Front
Animal Farm
A Tale of Two Cities
Brave New World
Catcher in the Rye
Frankenstein
Great Expectations
Lord of the Flies
Macbeth
Odyssey 1 | Odyssey 2
Of Mice and Men
Rip Van Wrinkle
Romeo and Juliet
The Crucible 1
The Great Gatsby
The Handmaid's Tale
The Martian Chronicles
The Scarlett Letter
The Yellow Wallpaper
Things Fall Apart
To Kill a Mockingbird
War of the Worlds
Wuthering Heights

Select 6 classes in Mathematics to earn 30 credits in Mathematics

Algebra (10), Geometry (5), Trigonometry (5), Calculus (10)

Algebra
Algebra Problem of the Week
Algebra Worksheet Generator
Ask Dr. Math: Algebra
Interactive Algebra
Math A Questions Archive
PurpleMath: Algebra Lessons
Quadratic Equation Solver
Understanding Algebra
WebMath: Instant Solutions
Geometry
Ask Dr. Math: Geometry
Euclid's Elements: Java Applets
Geometric Shapes: Matching Quiz
Geometry Problem of the Week
Manipula Math with Java
MathsNet: Interactive Geometry
Trigonometry
Ask Dr. Math: Trigonometry
Dave's Short Trig Course
Discovering Trigonometry
Manipula Math: Trigonometry
Simplify Trigonometric Expressions
Trigonometry Problem of the Week
Calculus
Ask Dr. Math: Calculus
Calculus Topics (Schelter & Zou)
Graphics for the Calculus Classroom
Java Powered Calculus
Visual Calculus (Larry Husch

Featured Site
NY Regents Exam Prep: Math A

 
 

More Fun with Math!

About Pi
Classic Chess Problems
Dave's Math Tables
ExploreMath: Graphs
Famous Math Problems
Fibonacci Numbers & Nature
Fractals
Games & Puzzles
Java Games & Puzzles Gallery
Magic Squares
MathTrek Archives
MazeWorks: Math Puzzles
Pascal's Triangle
Playing Card Games: Rules
Rubik's Cube
Scientific Calculator
SPLAT! Estimate Angles
Tangrams
Transformation Golf
Wizard of Odds

Select 1 class to earn 5 credits

United States History, Geography, Government, Culture, Native Cultures

U.S. History
American Memory Timeline (LOC)
America's Story (Library of Congress)
Biography of America (Annenberg)
Ellis Island Immigration Database
Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
National Women's Hall of Fame
Not For Ourselves Alone: Women's Suffrage
NY Regents Exam Prep: U.S. History
Smithsonian: American History
The Concord Review: Student Essays
The History Place
Today in U.S. History (Library of Congress)
U.S. Chronology (North Park U)
U.S. Historical Documents (U of OK)
U.S. History: Article of the Month
U.S. History Timeline

 
American Culture
American Currency
Civil War Photographs
Images of American Political History
Language of the Land: Literature
National Archives Online Exhibit Hall
National Park Service: Online Exhibits
Popular Songs in American History

U.S. Maps
American Memory: Map Collections
Historical Maps of the United States
Rare Map Collection (U of GA)

U.S. Government
Access America for Students
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government
Constitution Facts: Interesting Insights
FedStats: U.S. Government Agencies
FirstGov: U.S. Government Information
Government Information Sharing Project
GovSpot: Government Resources
Information USA
The Civic Mind: Law & Democracy
U.S. Census Bureau
U.S. Congress: THOMAS
U.S. Department of Justice
U.S. Government: Article of the Month
U.S. State & Local Governments
U.S. Supreme Court: Case Summaries
U.S. Supreme Court: Oyez Project
U.S. Presidents
American Presidency: A Glorious Burden
American Presidents: Life Portraits
POTUS: Presidents of the United States
U.S. Presidents: Matching Quiz
U.S. White House
U.S. Politics
ACLU: American Civil Liberties Union
Democratic National Committee
NOW: National Organization for Women
Open Secrets: Money in Politics
PBS Democracy Project
Policy.com: News & Information
Project Vote Smart
Public Agenda: Political Analysis
Republican National Committee
Native American Tribes of North America

Use Internet Search Engines to learn about the Tribes of each Region of the United States of America.

Select 1 class in Global Studies to earn 5 credits in Global Studies.

World Geography, World History, Economics, Community Service

Geography
Country Studies
Flags of the World
National Geographic
Population Reference Bureau
United Nations
World Fact Book
Xpeditions Atlas
World History
A Student's Guide to the Study of History
Ancient Egypt
Avalon Project: Historical Documents
Concord Review: Student Essays
Egypt: Mysteries of the Nile
Footnotes to History: Forgotten Nations
Historical World Maps Collection
HistoryNet: Today in History
Holocaust: A Learning Site
HyperHistory: 3,000 Year Timeline
Middle Ages
Napoleon Bonaparte
NY Regents Exam Prep: Global History
Renaissance
The Victorian Web
Western Civilization Chronology
World History by Frank Smitha
World Studies: Article of the Month
Economics
Better Business Bureau
Consumer Education: Scam Alert
Consumer Reports
Motley Fool: Personal Finance
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission
U.S. Small Business Administration
Yahoo! Finance
Community Service
AmeriCorps: National Service
Key Club International
National 4-H Council
ServeNet: Volunteering Opportunities
Youth Service America
Youth Venture

Learning Activities

Africa Geography Quiz
Central Europe Jigsaw Puzzle
Europe Geography Quiz
Global History Questions
New York Times News Quiz
World Capitals Matching Quiz
World Flags Matching Quiz
World History Quiz 1900-2000
Where Is That?

 
Current Events

AJR NewsLink
CNNfyi.com
C-SPAN
Los Angeles Times
Newsweek
New York Times
Time
USA Today
U.S. News
Washington Post
Washington Times

ABC
BBC
CBS
CNN
FOX
NPR
PBS

Students should select 4 classes of one foreign language and 4 classes in a second foreign language to earn 40 credits in foreign languages. Note: You must complete 20 credits in one language and 20 credits in a second language.

Students may use internet resources, recordings, video programs and native speakers to help them to learn to read, write and speak the language. Evidence of the Student's Mastery of the Language will be through a proficiency exercise with a native speaker of the language. Students will have to write an essay discussing a work of literature in the language and they will have to submit a video tape of them discussing their work on the paper for a native speaker who will evaluate the video tape and essay.

Spanish

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

French

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

German

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Russian

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Chinese Mandarin

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Chinese Cantonese

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Japanese

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

An African Language

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Armenian

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Cherokee

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Navajo

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Other American Native Language

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Vietnamese

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Korean

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Arabic Language

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Yiddish

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Other language of your choice

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Other Language of your choice

conversation, reading, writing, history, culture, literature

Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Literature

Inter-Faith Religious Studies - Required for All Students

Students must select 8 classes in Religious Studies to earn 40 credits

STUDY WORLD

AN EXCELLENT RESOURCE IN MANY SUBJECTS

FLORA LAMSON HEWLETT LIBRARY

Internet Resources: Religious Traditions

American Baptist

Buddhism

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Eastern Orthodox Christianity

Episcopal

Judaism

Lutheran

Methodist

Presbyterian

Roman Catholic

Unitarian Universalist

United Church of Christ

Religious Studies

Islam


Locating Local Parishes and Congregations - Internet directories

New Religious Movements (NRM) Links

focuses on alternative religious and quasi-religious non-Judeo-Christian groups which are new to the U. S. and Canada, or have grown significantly since 1960. Some links to resources on Hinduism, Sikhism, Sufism, occult, metaphysical movements, neo-paganism, witchcraft, new age communes, feminist spirituality, and some human potential movements are included on this page.

Internet Resources: General Information

Ready Reference

Dictionaries, jobs, financial aid, libraries, schools, and more.

Electronic Journals

Grants Resources

Funding agencies, grants, and grantwriting help.

Internet Search Tools

Learning More About the Internet

Tutorials on using the Internet; help with web design and creation.

Learning Resources

An electronic learning resource center with links to self-paced tutorials on research and writing, educational technology resources

POWIE

the Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute Library Catalog

 

Internet Resources: Areas of Study and Research

Ancient Near Eastern Religions

Arts and Media

Biblical Studies

Christian Spirituality

Church History

Ecumenical and Interfaith Dialogue

Ethics and Society

Pacific Asian Theology and Resources

Pastoral Care

Philosophy

Religion and Education

Religion and Psychology

Religion and Science

Religious Studies

Theology, Theologians, and Philosophy of Religion

Women and Religion

Worship

 

 

 

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