(PRWEB) January 30, 2007
On the 29th of January the school year will begin once again, but this time high school students will not be left in the dark. The internet has allowed a fresh community to flourish - The Student Help Forum will help every student to boost their grades, just by participating.
The Student Help Forum is based on the simple idea that teens can communicate easily amongst themselves. When this principle is applied to an educational perspective, school work becomes much easier.
With the new school year rapidly approaching, students will quickly become caught up in the huge work load. "We know what it's like and just want to help," says Russ Egan, the forum's creator and recent school leaver.
"Our goal is to include every Australian student within our community, and we are quickly growing in popularity."
The current members are also extremely enthusiastic with the forum's growth, even going so far as nominating it "the number one student support website."
The Student Help Forum has over 200 members, and more than 1000 posts.