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Homework Help

Login to Library System and Aztec High School Library Catalog Home

Click on the Library System icon (shown on the library home page below the menu on the left) and then click Aztec High School Library which till take you to the login page for access to the catalog. Students use your school network login and password to access the Library System catalog,

Once logged in see your name in the upper right.  Click the home button to access Gale Cengage Learning Databases, TumbleBookCloud resources, and available online textbooks.

If you are unable to log in to the Library System then please see the high school librarian.


General Homework Help Web Sites

Annenberg / CPB Project Exhibits Collection

This site features interactive exhibits on a variety of subjects.

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Homework Help

This site features extensive links for homework help on the web in art, English and literature, foreign languages, health, math, science, music, and social studies.

Criminal Justice Resources

This site provides links to web sites, articles and publications, and other source links with annotations.

Khan Academy

Access to online global classroom and tutoring. Students are able to learn at custom self-paced instruction and assessment.

Merriam-Webster Online

Dictionary, thesaurus, word definitions, and audio pronunciation provide help for writing assignments and speech preparation.

NEWSELA Nonfiction Literacy and Current Events

This site provides nonfiction articles for students.  The articles can be printed in Lexiles that will accommodate all student learning groups.


This site provides reading passages and comprehension questions.  Reading passages and questions are aligned to CCSS and New Meixco Standards.

Test Anxiety

This site offers strategies to help avoid and overcome anxiety that inhibits performance levels in testing.



The British Museum

World history, art, and architecture online resources.

CIA World Factbook

The CIA web site has economic information, history, and maps on nations of the world.

FREE (Federal Resources for Educational Excellence)

Provides history and social studies resources.

History Matters

The site from George Mason University offers a variety of information and links on United States History.

Library of Congress

The Library of Congress has online exhibits and provides access to some sound recordings.

MOMA (Museum of Modern Art)

Visit New York's Modern Art Museum online and view exhibits and learn about the world of art and artists.

National Archives

The National Archives web site offers access to a variety of primary source documents.  There are also links to the Presidential Libraries and other extensive collections.

National Geographic Society Publications Site Index

This index contains records describing each NGS magazine article, book, map, and video.  The Aztec High School Library has back issues from 1922 available for viewing and in library use.



State Government

Centennial edition of state published book of statistical information and voting history.

Los  Alamos National Lab

This site features Bradbury Science Museum links to history, defense, and research galleries.

New Mexico State Tourism

This site features the art, attractions, culture, history, and people of New Mexico to develop tourism commerce for the state of New Mexico.

New Mexico State Historian

This site provides access to resources for the study and understanding of New Mexico history, the people, the culture, and the environment.

Online Archiver of New Mexico

This site provides access to primary source materials in the New Mexico history of art and architecture, archaeology, economics, environmental history, folklore and folk art, commerce, early settlements, ranching, farming, law and legislation, literature, military, politics and government, social events, and natural resources management.

See How Oil and Gas Impact Education Funding in New Mexico

Fiscal report of oil and gas production in the state of New Mexico and the funding raised for education.


Vocabulary Text practice site for SAT review

Big Dog's Grammar

This site will help you fix your comma splices, fragments, dangling modifiers, and other grammar errors.

 Improving Your Style

This site from the University of Wisconsin-Madison offers advice on passive and active tense, precise styles, and common issues of usage.  You can link to their pages on grammar and punctuation as well.

Spelling Rules:  Reading from Scratch

This site features a spelling tutorial for basic rules.


This site offers access to plays, sonnets, analysis, quotations, plot summaries, literary critiques, study guides, and more.

Smithsonian In Your Classroom - View classical myths through artwork 

View digital images of classical artwork and texts of stories the art pieces depict. Ancient myths have informed literature, art, and popular culture. Explore self-directed interactives while building your analytical skills.

Son of Citation Machine

This site offers a guide to online citation

Free Works Cited Bibliography

Use the online bibliography builder for APA, MLA, Chicago and Turabian styles.

Literary Terms

A list of literary terms provided by Michael Thompson, English instructor

Click Here to Access the List!

Fallacies The Writing Center   from The Writing Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Common logical fallacies are discussed that you may encounter in your own writing or the writing of others. The information provides definitions, examples, and tips on avoiding these fallacies.

Math and Science


Los Alamos National Lab

This site features Bradbury Science Museum links to history, defense, and research galleries.

The Math Forum @ Drexel University

This site provides resources, materials, activities, and offers a student center web page.  See the students button.

Chemistry Coach

This site has a chemistry focus, but there are also many links to guide a student to success in a wide variety of areas.  Provided by Wilton High School. Science & Information

This site provides current scientific date and information regarding the climate.

How Stuff Works

This site tells how things work, from thermometers to web pages to batteries.

FirstGov for Science

These science web sites provide authoritative selected science information that includes research and development results.

Math and Science Gateway

This Gateway provides links to resources in mathematics and science for educators and students in grades 9 - 12.  Topics include astronomy, agriculture, biology, chemistry, computers, earth and environmental science, engineering, health and medicine, mathematics, meteorology, physics, as well as a monthly sci-math topic.

Planet Earth

This site provides an interactive journey around the planet using video and images of science and nature.

Earth Scope

This site provides access to the work of many scientists that examine North America's features and how they change through time.

Windows to the Universe

Use this site to explore earth's interior and surface, atmosphere, magnetosphere, moon, water, life and ecology, and geology.

National Geographic Expeditions

This National Geographic Education and Children's Programs' web site offers a variety of features from lesson plans, activities, student materials, atlas, and expeditions hall (a virtual museum).

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

This site provides information about earth's changing environments.

National Science Digital Library

The National Science Digital Library provides an organized point of access to collections and services from resource contributors that represent the best of both public and private institutions including universities, museums, commercial publishers, government agencies, and professional societies.