By Macy Conley
Teens do you know what you need to buy a car or how to care for one? Or do you have no idea how to find scholarships for college? No matter what you are looking for these following websites are helpful in not only providing you with information but helping you find your way to independence.
This website is full of helpful of information for teens that are looking at their options for school. They provide school reviews, scholarship search engines, lists of student discounts, and articles of how and where to get the best scholarships for you.
Do you need a checklist of what to do to be on track for college? Look no further! Connections Academy is where it’s at for all of your college prep questions. They keep you informed about what you should accomplish for each year of high school.
Khan Academy is not only a great source of help for high-schoolers but to those in college courses as well. Khan Academy is free for those who need extra help in geometry or the MCAT and LSAT. No matter what test you are studying, Khan Academy can keep you on tract with scheduled weekly study times.
Go Ask Alice is a website run by a team of Columbia University health promotion specialists, health care providers, and other health professionals who work to answer questions about health related issues. If you need advice or would just like to read up on medical information, this website is a great resource.
Know nothing about cars, no problem! With the help of this website you will not only learn basic car maintenance but you can also take practice tests for the permit test.
If you have any helpful websites for teens, please let us know about them in the comments!