• American Library Association’s Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) site has information about what other teens are reading.
  • Amusement Park Physics: What are the forces behind the fun?
  • Bill Nye (the Science Guy) has a fun and educational site.
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Congressional Youth Leadership Council (CYLC) offers educational leadership conferences for outstanding young people.
  • 4-H, a community of more than 6 million youth and adults working together for positive change.
  • Girl Scouts of the USA
  • High School Ace is a large Web site that offers information about English, math, science, history, foreign languages, health, colleges, and politics and current events — as well as games, puzzles and hobbies.
  • Junior Achievement: dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs.
  • Roots & Shoots engages and inspires youth through community service and service learning.
  • Science Niche offers many different resources, guides, and even experiments for high school and college students.
  • Spelling Bee Hive: Merriam-Webster (the dictionary people) offer a variety of language resources in support of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. (The Spelling Bee’s only official resource for spelling and pronunciation is Webster’s Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged.)
  • Teen Ink: Magazines, websites & books by teens.