Are you a high school student looking for assistance with remote learning, test prep, and the college admissions process? There are many free online resources available to help you!
New Hampshire's Department of Education has created a website to provide students, parents, and teachers with resources to assist with academics and wellness. The student portion of the website can be found here:http://www.nhlearnsremotely.com/student-873255.html This site includes links to instructional databases, online content, and information on maintaining mental and physical wellness during this time.
Khan Academy is a free resource which provides expert-created content for every grade level. There are SAT and AP test prep guides, as well as videos on making high school count and the college admissions process.
College Board has provided updated SAT information to reflect test cancellations and future SAT administrations: https://pages.collegeboard.org/sat-covid-19-updates Information regarding AP testing has also been posted: https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students
Were your plans for college tours disrupted because of the coronavirus? YouVisit Virtual College Tours allows you to tour more than 1,000 colleges and universities from home. Do you have a virtual reality headset? Tours are offered through a 360 degree online experience, and are also compatible with VR, so you'll feel like you are right on campus!
In addition to online sources, the library is now offering contactless curbside item pickup for our items. Please browse our catalog for college and test prep materials to put on hold. More information regarding the curdside pickup can be found here.