High School Student Free Online Resources
Learning for Justice seeks to uphold the mission of the Southern Poverty Law Center: to be a catalyst for racial justice in the South and beyond, working in partnership with communities to dismantle white supremacy, strengthen intersectional movements and advance the human rights of all people.
StoryCorps’ mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.
TTribune consists of daily news sites for kids, tweens, and teens.
Horrible Histories is a British children’s live-action historical and musical sketch comedy television series, based on the bestselling book series of the same name by Terry Deary.
Science Journal for Kids aims to make scientific research discoveries more accessible to the general audience and particularly to children.
Everything the Library of Congress offers digitally, from various topics, interesting collections, and primary sources.
The Lab is a free, interactive platform for discovering millions of authentic digital resources, creating content with online tools, and sharing in the Smithsonian’s expansive community of knowledge and learning.
arXiv is a free distribution service and an open-access archive for 2,016,360 scholarly articles in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance, statistics, electrical engineering and systems science, and economics.
Driven by cognitive science research, ReadWorks creates world-class content, teacher guidance, and integrated tools that improve teacher effectiveness and student achievement.
HS Online Databases: Access World News, EBSCO, all GALE databases, History Reference, JSTOR, Science Reference, & WorldBook.
Explora Educator’s Edition provides lessons plans, curriculum standards, and other professional development resources.
EDpuzzle is a teaching tool used to place interactive content into pre-existing videos from a variety of sources, such as TED or YouTube, or into videos you have made.
Flipgrid is a website and app that allows teachers to facilitate video discussions. Students are organized into groups and then given access to discussion topics.
High School students can visit the library before school, during breaks, and after school. You may check out up to ten books at a time for two weeks. If you feel you need more, please ask!
You are also welcome to use the space to study. In the library you will find areas for quiet study, considerate study, and conversational study, in one of our four study rooms.
If you have a question about research or library resources, email Ms. Kristi at firstname.lastname@example.org, or come see her on one of your breaks. If you need help finding a book, help finding something new to read, or help checking out because you forgot your ID, please ask at the circulation desk!
See the links below for a curated listed of High School resources for you:
Congratulations KAS students! You’ve worked hard during the first half of the school year, and we hope you’re able to enjoy a well-deserved rest during our annual winter recess.
Our Middle and High Schools have both published their Semester 1 Academic Reports on KAS Engage at about noon today, Dec 24th. Parents may log in to view them. Students may also see their reports on their student portal at learn.kas.tw.
Whether you’re a parent or a student, please click on the Reports tab to see the Semester 1 report.
Parents, if you’ve forgotten your password, please click the Forgot Your Password? button to have a reminder link sent to you.