A student's school career is one of the most important journeys a person takes in their life. It sets you in a direction that follows you throughout, and, depending on your choices, gives you opportunities that you otherwise would not have.
Depending on which school you attend, elementary, middle, or high, your choices will change and become more important. During your elementary years, you learn the basic skills of life; reading, writing, working with numbers, organization, responsibility, and working with people other than your family.
Middle school not only teaches you the social skills you need, but it sets you on your path for the rest of your life. The middle school gives you the responsibility of keeping up with different aspects of your school day, as well as dealing with many different people, such as teachers, staff, and students from other areas of your community.
High school is where your life path is determined. You have a responsibility to keep up with the goals and requirements of graduating with a diploma. This goal will determine if you go onto a path of college or vocational school, or go directly into the workforce.
Many resources are available to today's student. The internet and world wide web offer opportunities that former students did not have. This page will try to accumulate the most effective and, hopefully, the most valuable resources for today's student. If you need help with a particular issue, email your concerns. If you know of a particular resource that will be important to someone else, email information about that resource and it will be added to this page.