This page is designed for teens. Feel free to check out some of the sites listed.
Contact Dr. Crist if any of the links are not working or if you'd like to suggest
a link. Please note that some of these sites may not be appropriate for younger
Acne Website--Dedicated to teenagers who are suffering from acne. Includes information
on treatment and coping.
CAREERS--Check out the nycareerzone.org for information on choosing a career. You
can do a free self-test and learn about different careers, what the demand is, schools
that offer specific programs, and how much the average salary is. Check it out! Learn
How To Become is another good site!
High School Ace--an online learning center for high school students. It features
interactive learning games, puzzles, and quizzes. It also includes subject guides
for English, foreign languages, math, science, and social studies.
Inside the Teenage Brain--A PBS special on how the teenage brain operates. You can
watch the video online and also learn more about how the brain works. Includes interactive
sites in which you can explore different areas of the brain!
The In Site: Lots of useful information on relationships, dealing with authority
figures, family issues, social justice, and making the world a better place. Includes
message boards and places where you can ask questions.
Khan Academy: An excellent site that contains videos and other resources to help
you understand subjects you may not be understanding at school. Check it out!
MADD--Under 21--for students interested in underage alcohol use and the problems
it can cause. Includes a link to AlcoholEdu, which is an online course with Outside
the Classroom which is aimed at high school students looking to learn more about
alcohol use and problems, such as driving under the influence of alcohol.
The Trevor Project: The Trevor Project is determined to end suicide among LGBTQ youth
by providing life-saving and life-affirming resources including our nationwide, 24/7
crisis intervention lifeline, digital community and advocacy/educational programs
that create a safe, supportive and positive environment for everyone.
Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles--Information about driving offenses. Find
out what the penalties are for various violations such as speeding. You may be surprised
at how expensive even relatively minor violations can be.