NAPPA 2003:Software for Middle Schoolers and Up

By Janice Stickley-White

Nappa Award Winners
This year, software developers are once again offering titles brimming with originality and teeming with skill-building activities. Our award winners are clever and educational.

Gold Award Winners

High School Advantage 2004, Encore Inc.; $40; WIN 98/2000/ME/XP;, 310-719-2890; ages 12 and up. Got a precocious eighth-grader? Want to get a jump on high-school subjects or just familiarize your youngster with what to expect? This is a comprehensive learning package for high-school students. The program builds skills in 10 different subject areas, based on standard high-school curriculum guidelines; is adaptable to different learning styles and levels; and allows students to identify their strengths and track progress.

To see winning software titles for other age groups, return to NAPPA 2003 Award Winners: Software.

See also: NAPPA 2002 Award Winners: Software

Janice Stickley-White is a software reviewer and a high-school teacher who worked at U.S. Computer Systems before establishing her own company developing training and advertising products for software developers.