Useful Links 
Click below for helpful resources.

An online collection of free digital textbooks for everything from arithmetic to calculus. It even has Science, English, History, SAT prep and much more. Not only is this a good spot to start reading about lots of mathematical subjects, but there are activities and practice problems for each topic. Use this as an additional resource for topics you may be
unsure of.
Download an online Graphing Calculator.
WabbitStudio Z80 Software Tools (for Windows and Mac OS X and Android)
An online graphing calculator that can handle lots of different kinds of functions. It can even manipulate
the graphs with sliders to see how changing different parameters affects your graph.
Parents: Please do not contact a teacher at the school in which your child attends.
(County rules!)
A "computational knowledge engine" that can give you information on just about anything, including stocks, musical scales, even your birthday. Best of all, you can solve and graph equations even if they have more than one variable.
Extra practice in Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and PreCalculus
Tutorial videos based on specific topics.
Patrick JMT – (Just Math Tutorials) A math teacher who has recorded and posted hundreds of videos about tons of different math topics. Check these out if you're not sure how to do something!
Wake County’s High School Resources for Students and Parents (from Wake County's Wiki)