There are many great websites for teens.
Below is just a small sample of some cool sites.

Get Active!     FreeChildProject
Provides political and issue-related information in an easy to navigate format:
“Issues” – the Why
“Actions” – the How
“Resources” – the Tools     YouthNoise
If issues such as the economy, poverty, war and the environment are important to you, voice your opinion or read what other students both here and around the world have to say.
Want to make a difference in the world? This site is a government-sponsored clearinghouse of service opportunities in education, health, energy, the environment and community renewal. If you would like to volunteer, use this site to locate service opportunities in your area. If you already have an event or activity, post it here so others who have an interest in your program can join in the project.
Reading and Writing
American Library Association's Best Books For Young Adults
Booklists, Reading Guides, Awards, Author Interviews and more
Creative writing and artwork from Teens all over the country - You may get published here
Young People’s Press is a free service that accepts non-fiction submissions from youth and young adults between the ages of 14 and 24
Health, & Personal Issues
Columbia University’s Health Q&A Internet Service
A service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health
Looking for a part-time job? Don’t know where to begin? Check out this site that provides advice, resources and an interactive resume builder.
Movies, TV, Music and Entertainment News
Internet Movie Database
Entertainment network for Teens and Young Adults
Music, Artists, Music Videos and more
Latest Hollywood Gossip
Fun Stuff
Vogue and W online
Encyclopedia Smithsonian features answers to frequently asked questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian resources from A to Z.
Astrology for Teens