Teen’s Page

For Information On the Web

IPL Teenspace

Financial Literacy for Teens

National Endowment for Financial Education: Free Financial Planning Program for High Schoolers
NEFE Teen Resource Bureau
In the Mix
Maryland Public Television – Sense and Dollars

Driving Instruction

MVA: Certified Driver Education Schools
Maryland Driver’s Handbook
Rookie Driver Information
What young drivers need to know about driving, drinking, and drugs
Driver Licensing Information

Preparing for the Future

Volunteer Positions, Internships, and Jobs

Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism
United Way Of Calvert County
PGVC – Prince George’s County Volunteer Center
Volunteer Centers of Maryland
Chesapeake Bay Foundation – Save the Bay
Nature Conservancy Maryland/D.C. Volunteer Opportunities
Southern Maryland Volunteering
Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum Volunteer Information
Volunteer with Maryland DNR
Volunteer at Historic Londontown
Maryland Governor’s Student Resource Page: Internships, Scholarships, College Savings Plans
USA Internships and Jobs
Calvert County Job Service Office
Charles County Job Service Office
St. Mary’s County Job Service Office

Information on the Maryland GED

The Maryland GED
GED Practice Test Online
GED Preparation Resources Online
Three Ways Adults can Earn a High School Diploma

College Bound?

It is important to plan early for college. There are many colleges that want and look for home schooled children but actions need to be taken to find those colleges. Contact colleges early in the ninth grade to find out what needs to be accomplished for enrollment is very important. Colleges look through more than just subjects studied and achievement test results. Travel experiences, moneymaking ventures, and internships, outside learning through jobs and community service can help in the decision-making process as well.

Are you Ready for College? Read this informative article to see: Standards For Success KSUS – Introduction
Preparing for College: SAT Registration, SAT Preparation, College Search, Test Preparation, College Guides, Colleges and Universities
Search for Scholarships on Fast Web
Learn in Freedom: Colleges that Have Accepted Homeschooled Teens
GED Online: Test preparation (membership does cost)

Community Colleges

College of Southern Maryland – La Plata, Leonardtown, Prince Frederick, and Waldorf
Prince George’s Community College
Maryland Online – Anne Arundel Community College
Howard Community College Website

Maryland Colleges

St. Mary’s College of Maryland at Historic St. Mary’s City
Welcome to Washington College
The Johns Hopkins University
Salisbury University
Towson University
Frostburg State University
Access Southern Maryland
Mount St. Mary’s College and Seminary
Bowie State University
Coppin State College
University of Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland Baltimore County
University of Maryland, College Park
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
University of Maryland University College
University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Message Boards

VegSource Teen Message Board
VegSource Secular Teen Message Board
VegSource Homeschooling High School Message Board

Favorite Books

Teen Book Lists from American Library Association
Columbus Metropolitan Library: Teen Great Reads
IPL Teenspace-Teen Book Lists