The Student Resource Center provides links to web resources for students.  The links below are provided to help students find information and resources that will aid in their academic development at George County Schools. If any of the links contained on this page do not navigate to the mentioned website for any reason or you would like to see other links on this page, please email the webmaster, to inform us of your concerns.
Student Resources
  • Magnolia
    MAGNOLIA DATABASE provides Mississippi residents with access to electronic databases through their local public, school, community college, or university libraries. Find out more here.
  • I-Ready
    I-Ready makes the promise of differentiated instruction a practical reality for teachers and students. It was designed to get students excited about learning, and to support teachers in the challenge of meeting the needs of all learners. Through the power of one intuitive system whose pieces were built from the ground up to work together, teachers have the tools they need to ensure students are on the road to proficiency. Find out more here. 
  • ePALS Classroom Exchange
    ePALS connects learners around the world for sharing and exchanges that foster literacy, language and critical thinking skills in a fun and safe environment.
  • High School Ace
    High School Ace is the trusted web portal to free quality educational resources for teens. Only accredited not-for-profit colleges can advertise on High School Ace.
  • Intercultural E-Mail Classroom Connections
    IECC is a free service to help teachers link with partners in other cultures and countries for email classroom pen-pal and other project exchanges. Since its creation in 1992, IECC has distributed over 28,000 requests for e-mail partnerships.
  • The Big Deal Book
    Big Deal Books are resources of interest to various audiences within the education market (K-12 technology directors and coordinators, higher education technology professionals, middle school/high school educators of struggling, ESL/ELL and at-risk students). Each of these publications (see below to access online) provide hundreds of current sources of grant and contest information, free materials and equipment, professional development training programs, digital curriculum and annotated Web sites for research and enrichment.