Academic Resources for High School

Our teachers have compiled the resources below by level as well as by subject area to provide you with specific academic resources while school is closed.

However, before you begin exploring these activities, you should begin by reading a book for 30 minutes a day. Yale researchers found that reading 30 minutes a day not only helps your brain, but you may live longer as well.

In addition to these specific areas and resources, you can also find additional enrichment opportunities here:

  • ClassLink – a single sign-on database that gives students access to an array of educational apps specific to their educational level. You will find more information on using ClassLink here:
  • ClassLink LOGIN:
  • Please go to and click the “Student Resources” link in the “Quick Links” list on the right. On the Student Resources page, click the Classlink logo.
  • Students can login using this formula:
    User Name is Last Name, First Initial and last 3 numbers of their Student ID
    (Jane Doe, Student ID 12345 would be doej345)

Password is your student’s full Student ID.
(Jane Doe’s password would be 12345)

  • K-1 and students new to Monroe-Woodbury this year, use password: Mw#student ID (Mw#12345)

Once your student has logged in, they can access the apps and websites they use in school by clicking on the appropriate logo. This resource will remind them of their logins:


College and Career Planning Handbook
9th-10th Grade Student Timeline
11th-12th Student Timeline

Regents preparation

Regents exams are cancelled.

AP exam update 3/25/20

The College Board will begin providing online classes on Wednesday, March 25, 2020. A schedule of classes, including descriptions of each lesson, and a list of units that will be tested for each course is available at All classes are available for free and are completely optional. Students can find the classes at  The classes will also be available on-demand at the same link in order for students to access them any time. They will begin by completing the AP course so students have the knowledge for the subsequent coursework in college and will then review the entire course from the beginning.


Writing Prompts

Free ebooks / e-reading:

Additional Resources

English 11

11 AP Language

    12 AP Literature


    General resources for all courses:

    Algebra I


    Algebra II


    AP Calculus



    General resources


    Earth Science



    AP Biology

    AP Chemistry

    AP Physics 1

    AP Physics C

    AP Environmental

    Social Studies


    US History and Government


    AP World History


    AP Government

    AP European History

    World Languages

    General resources for all courses:


    level 2,3

    level 4,5


    level 1,2,3

    level 4,5,



      Business – Grades 9 – 12

      GFC Global
      A site that provides video instruction and then information about Microsoft, Google, Internet, Jobs, Finance, Reading, Math and Language.

      High School Financial Planning Program
      Multiple modules along with practice sets and activities.

      Typing Skills

      All Business classes
      There are quizzes and activities.


      These sites search careers, personalities, etc.



      Principles of Engineering

      Civil Engineering and Architecture

      Robotics / Electronics

      Family and Consumer Science

      Foods and Nutrition

      Foods and Human Relations

      Culinary Creations

      International Foods

      Early Childhood Education I & II

      Fashion/ Fashion Studio

      Teen Living

      Human Relations

      Interior Design

      Physical Education

      Grades 9-12


      Grades 7 – 12


      National Gallery of Art

      Recommended for all ages

      The National Gallery of Art, and its attached Sculpture Garden, is a national art museum in Washington, D.C., located on the National Mall, between 3rd and 9th Streets, at Constitution Avenue NW.

      Check out this selection of free resources, designed to enhance your visit and to explore art from home.

      NGAkids interactives offer an entertaining and informative introduction to art and art history.

      Smithsonian Institution

      Recommended for all ages – Official website of the Smithsonian, the world’s largest museum and research complex, with 19 museums, 9 research centers, and affiliates around the world.

      Discover the transformative power of art:

      The Metropolitan Museum of Art

      Recommended for all ages

      The Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City, colloquially “the Met”, is the largest art museum in the United States. With 6,953,927 visitors to its three locations in 2018, it was the third most visited art museum in the world. The Met is located at 1000 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028


      Recommended especially for ages 7-12 but all ages will find this interesting!

      #MetKids is a digital feature made for, with, and by kids! Discover fun facts about works of art, hop in our time machine, watch behind-the-scenes videos, and get ideas for your own creative projects. Check out the #MetKids blog for news and to discover what you can learn from the Museum’s young visitors from around the world.

      The Museum of Modern Art / MoMA

      The Museum of Modern Art is an art museum located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, on 53rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. It plays a major role in developing and collecting modern art, and is often identified as one of the largest and most influential museums of modern art in the world.


      Recommended for families looking to develop their children’s interest and education in the visual and performing arts.

      ArtsEdge is the Kennedy Center’s free digital resource for teaching and learning through the Arts. It provides art lessons, videos, how-to guides and many more for free.

      Discover the transformative power of art.


      Dramatics Magazine

      Recommended for high school students 

      Dramatics is a magazine for high school theatre students published by the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA). We write about all things theatre, from practical tips on acting, directing, designing, writing, and producing to profiles about Broadway and other theatre professionals.


      Recommended for high school students with some content suitable for middle school students.

      StageMilk is an online resource for acting information, including how to guides, audition tips, articles, and more. 


      General Music

      Music Theory


      • Essential Elements Interactive (elementary)
      • Google Metronome
      • Sight Reading Factory – free sight-reading generator
      • (suite of music education tools to help with practice)
      • JWPepper: Type the title, composer and/or arranger of your ensemble music in the search box in the upper right corner. Click on the title of the piece or the “view details” button for your piece in the search results. Find the small speaker icon in the description to listen to a recording of your piece.