RHS Library Resource Center
Academic Web Links
Mr. Tilson: French II
20th Century Research
Infoplease News and Events Year-by-Year : A great source to start off your research. The content is written and edited by experts.
Ms. Freibott: Speech and Debate
Gale Student Resources: Scholarly / Academic Journals here!
EBSCO: Academic Journals, Primary Source Documents, Ebooks and more. These are COLLEGE level databases. Feel free to stop by the library and see your librarian, Mrs. Major for assistance.
Try ESCO HOST ACADEMIC SEARCH PREMIER first. It is located at the top.
There is also a great high school level database at the bottom of the list titled: EXPLORA SECONDARY SCHOOLS.
User ID: student
Ms. Sanders: AP Government
Human Trafficking Research
Opposing Viewpoints Database: Find varying viewpoints, primary sources, academic journals, statistics and more. All resources come with MLA citations generated for you. Click on "citation tools" located in the top right.
Mr. Cabrera: Spanish III
Latin American Country Research
Digital Content Portal: Find reference materials, ebooks, videos and more on your country.
Click on EBSCO
Click on Explora High School
Mr. Wagner: Anatomy & Physiology
PubMed Central (PMC): A free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM). It has a citation generator!
Gale Student Resources: Find more Scholarly / Academic Journals here! Type in your search. ON the right, click on "Academic Journals." After you select an article, click on "Citation Tools" to get your formatted MLA citation.
Ms. Aranda: English 11
California Career Zone: Click on any state to view their colleges. You can narrow it down by zip code, student body size, campus setting (city, suburb...), or college type (2 or 4 year).
Big Future by The College Board: Find the college that is right for you by narrowing your search by test scores, sports, majors, religion, price, etc.
Ms. Ochoa: AVID
Career and College Exploration
California Career Zone: An interactive, user-friendly career exploration and planning system designed specifically for college students.
Occupational Outlook Handbook: A government website that can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
Inside Jobs: Provides descriptive profiles, insightful videos, and helpful career information for over 15,000 jobs in 10 different career families.
The College Board: A mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity.
College Test Prep
Gale Testing & Education Reference Center: Practice for the SAT, PSAT, and ACT and use their scholarship and college search to assist you in getting into the college of your dreams.
Courtesy of A.K. Smiley. Remote User Access # 23516001762747
Student Aid and Scholarships
Federal Student Aid: Learn how to submit your FAFSA and about the types of financial aid available from the governments and other sources: grants, scholarships, loans and work-study.
CareerOneStop Scholarship Finder: The U.S. Department of Labor's FREE scholarship search tool filled with more than scholarships, fellowships, grants, and other financial aid award opportunities.