Educational Links

Academic Links

Members of our faculty and staff have composed a list of various internet resources that are available to help our students in gaining the valuable skills necessary to being successful in their educational careers.

Additionally, several of the students have made contributions of their own. Some are resources they have found helpful with school. Other sites are simply things they found fun & safe. Educational programs are not the only Internet resources that children can learn from. However, please review the Internet Safety guidelines provided for all parents and students.

Finally, textbook resources and homework links are located under the section for Academics. If your child is needing specific help with lessons from their textbook, feel free to try these resources, or contact your child's teacher.

Language Arts Links
Science Links
Students will need to get login and password information from their course teacher to be able to use certain links.
  • 6th Grade Science References
    ScienceResources include crossword puzzles, internet activities, science news, science l inks, and a self-assessment. 
    These resources are organized by the chapters in the textbook.
  • 7th Grade Science References
    7th Grade ScienceResources include crossword puzzles, internet activities, science news, science l inks, and a self-assessment. 
    These resources are organized by the chapters in the textbook.
  • 8th Grade Science References
    8th Grade ScienceStudent textbook companion resources such as: Planet Diary, Biology Place, NSTA SciLink (National Science Association), and Science News Online can be found using the following link http://phschool.com/science/
  • Newton's Law of Motion
    Newtons Law
    This student suggested site is a great resource for learning about Newton's Laws of Motion. Lots of fun!! Check it out!!

 

Student Recommended Links
  • Cool Math Games
    Highly recommended by students. Fun games of problem solving, mazes, aliens (don't know what it is about aliens that students love so much, but they do), and SO much more. Fun for ALL ages.
  • Physics Games.NET
    Highly recommended by students. Fun games of bridge building, alien besting, and castle crushing.
  • Physics Games.COM
    THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN .NET and .COM. Highly recommended by students. Fun games of bridge building, alien besting, and castle crushing.
  • PopTropica.com
    While many do not see an educational value in this game, research has proven that strategy, puzzle, and situational games such as this one help to improve students' cognitive and reasoning skills in a fun environment.
  • Primary Games
    An excellent collection of educational and vintage games.

Mentor Mob
MentorMob.com
A free new platform that help teachers create educational "playlists" from online content.

Math Links
Students will need to get login and password information from their course teacher to be able to use certain links.