The Concord Review
It’s not a freebee, but The Concord Review should be on the desk of every high school social studies teacher and in every library. The periodical has published excellent papers written by high school students for more than 30 years. The online journal (it stopped physical printing last year) is a great way to show kids that they are capable of writing top-notch essays that are publishable, but are an excellent teaching way to teach how to write a paper. There are essays on everything from the “protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” to the collapse of the British Liberal Party. It costs $40 a year to subscribe and is a labor of love by Will Fitzhugh.