Alameda Unified School District is proud to be home to a great diverse community of students from all over the world where our student population collectively speaks 81 languages!
This page is for you, our hard-working and dedicated student. Your contributions enrich the quality of conversations and classroom discussions that influence a worldly and open-minded approach that supports fellow classmates shape their own personal perspectives about the world.
Our hope for you is that you allow your dreams to take shape, to pursue what will help this world take a turn for the better. Within you is the power to build a new more effective, more global, more tolerant and peaceful world. We encourage you to take your education years very seriously and invest now in your knowledge base: the more you know the more adaptable and flexible you will be for your future life and career.
Prepare, Prepare, Prepare! It is believed that opportunity is a combination of luck and preparation. Do your part! We are compiling resources to add to your tool belt, so please send us feedback and suggestions.
For comments or suggestions about our student page, please feel free to contact our office by phone (510) 337-7190, via email at email@example.com or in person at our district office located at 2060 Challenger Drive, Alameda, CA 94501.
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Homework Help | Resource Links for Youth
Fulfilling Community Service: students are required to complete twenty (20) hours of community service
Independent Studies: An alternative program offered by AUSD. Instead of attending classes at school, students meet with a teacher for 60-90 minutes each week, then complete all assigned work at home.
Cyber High: Please talk to your school counselor about this option.
- Alameda High School’s Counseling and Career Center
- Encinal High School’s Counseling and Career Center
- Alameda Science and Technology Institute (ASTI )
- College Admission Requirements
- College Planning
- SAT | College Board
- Online Reputation Management
*The below links will take you outside Alameda Unified School District's website. AUSD cannot attest to the accuracy of information provided by linked sites. Linking to a website does not constitute an endorsement by AUSD, or any of its employees, of the sponsors of the site or the products presented on the site.
- AUSD's Online Library Catalog: Browse your school's library catalog
- K-5 Online Mathbook: Login online for your mathbook! *Contact your teacher for password information
- Live Homework Help!: Alameda Free Library Homework Help. You must have a Library Card (available free at Alameda Free Library)
- The Khan Academy: Hosts a library of over 3,000 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history.
- Discovery News: Geared toward students with information about science and the earth. Includes a comprehensive homework site.
- FactMonster: An atlas, encyclopedia, almanac, dictionary, and more than a dozen schoolbooks. Homework help is also available.
- Starfall: Activities that motivate children to read with phonics (grades pre K-2)
- Yahooligans: Packed full of games, activities, and school-related sources.
- ASPCA Kids: Find out about pet care, animal encyclopedia, career info, current issues, humane education, and more.
- Nation Master: An excellent resource for finding out information about most countries around the world.
- How Everyday Things Are Made: How 40 different products are made and the manufacturing process such as forging, casting, and injection molding.
- Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics: A comprehensive and interactive mathematics encyclopedia for advanced mathematics.
- Shedd Aquarium: A treasure trove of aquatic science information and activities. Some materials available in Spanish.
- Count Us In Games: Fifteen Web-based games designed to help you understand basic concepts in mathematics.
- Top 100 American Speeches of the 20th Century: Links to the full transcripts of the 100 most significant American political speeches of the 20th century.
- Teach your parents how to use their computer! Want to teach your parents how to use their computer? Check out this site, it allows users to select more than 50 basic how-to videos they could send to parents — or frankly, anyone else who might need a little tech help. The videos cover topics from copying and pasting to sharing large files. The recipient will receive a message from the sender, along with a link to the selected videos.
- Youth Radio: Through the highest quality media production, Youth Radio equips the next generation with skills and support that lead to jobs and education.