Student Resource Links
BrainPOP: BrainPOP® creates animated, curricular content that engages students, supports educators, and bolsters achievement
CK-12: Learning made simple for many topics
College Board: Source for connecting students to college success and opportunity
ISM College Planning: is a free resource for students and parents
Graphing Calculator: Free graphing calculator site
Homework Hotline: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's homework hotline provides FREE math and science homework help to students. This program is funded by the Lilly Endowment, Inc. and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
- Tutors help students in grades 6-12
- 7pm - 10pm (Eastern Daylight Time)
- September - May
- Call toll free at 1-877-ASK-ROSE
InformationNOW: Website that will allow students to get current grades online
IXL: IXL is a comprehensive, standards-aligned math program offering unlimited practice in thousands of skills. One of the best things about IXL is that students can access it from school and from home!
JCDE Favorites: Many different applications for all subject areas. This include many educational game sites. This website is a resource for many websites used at JCDE. You can find many favorites of the teachers and students in one place!
Khan Academy: This site has video lessons that can help with a variety of topics including Math, Science, Economics, Social Studies, and the SAT
Kuta Software: This site has some great free worksheets for practicing your math skills. This site has practice for Pre Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2
MajorTests.com: Free study materials for students taking the SAT
Math Open Reference: This can be used as an interactive Dictionary of math terms covering all topics. Simply type in the term that you would like to learn more about in the box at the middle top of the screen and click search site. Many of the terms have an interactive interface so that you can gain a deeper understanding of the term.
Quizlet: This site will help you prepare in topics in Languages, Standardized test prep, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art, and Literature. You can work by yourself or collaborate with others.
Student Handbook: Every student should read this important document.
TransferIN.net: This site will help you learn more about college admissions, financial aid, dual credit and much more. In addition to the admissions and financial aid sites, you will find links to college and university homepages. You also have access to information that will help you determine your eligibility to receive college credit for courses and exams completed during high school.
WolframAlpha: This tool will help you to gain a better understanding for how to solve many types of math and science problems