Learn to code and help a nonprofit at the same time. You will build projects for nonprofits to use and you can add them to your portfolio.
Students will love learning math, engineering, art, and science from Pixar. They show parts of their movies and how the made them. You get to see the math behind coding some of their scenes. they cover animation, modeling the environment, and more is coming.
This a wonderful site. It provides free sheet music for beginners to experts for more than 25 instruments. You can get free lessons and tools to help. Most of the site (90%) is free, but subscriptions that open the entire site are only $20 per year.
Bank of America has partnered with Sal Khan (Khan Academy founder) to develop this new site. According to the website, it is designed to "build your financial know-how with free tools and information..." I watched a short cartoon-video that explained the difference between a credit and debit card that was very informative. I definitely recommend that you check it out!
Larry Ferlazzo is a widely known teacher, author, and blogger who has developed a multitude of "Best of" websites. This page lists 100s of his lists for everything from Art or Music, Math or English, to holidays and search engines. You'll definately want to check them out:
This site is designed to help AP students (and teachers.) They provide a variety of tools including study guides, practice tests, and notes.
They also provide a database of successful college admission essays for many of the top colleges and universities.
GIS - Geography in Action from ESRI is a place for students to explore careers like tourism, law enforcement, mining, engineering, and much more.