Study Smarter


This website includes spelling, math, and memory tips as well study, test-taking, and note-taking skills. It also provides information about college planning.

This website has great tips for specific learning difficulties such as procrastination, stress, attention/focus, etc.

Identify your learning style and find specific tips for studying smarter.

Download documents on variety of topics that may be of interest to families–such as helping your child with homework, reading or math skills, or strategies to stay drug free.



Association on Higher Education and Disability:  Frequently Asked Questions and downloadable documents for students with disabilities who are planning the transition from high school to college.  Learn more about a scholarship for students with disabilities at

National Clearinghouse on Postsecondary Education for Individuals with Disabilities

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Learning Disabilities Association of America: Specific strategies for parents and teachers who want to better support students with learning disabilities

LD Online: Resources, articles, and links for parents, teachers and students.  Offers strategies and information.



3 Tips to Help Your Teen Transition to High School

Seven ways to prepare for middle and high school transitions