Looking for a fun and competitive way to challenge your students? CraniaMania is an online destination for high school students that aims to improve academic achievement through real-time practice and interscholastic competition. Accessible any time from home or school, CraniaMania is an educational supplement for teachers and a forum for achievement-oriented students to practice, compete, win prizes, and meet other like-minded students. This free education site promises to help students sharpen their test-taking skills and knowledge of academic subjects through fast-paced practices and competitions. The content adheres to national and state secondary school curriculum standards, as well as Advanced Placement and SAT curricula. Achievement-oriented students ages 13 to 18 who are looking to improve their test scores, increase their knowledge, and compete with their peers can practice in private and compete in public against other students, teams, classrooms, and schools on this new game site. Educators looking for ready-made, nationally approved content to supplement lesson plans, and those looking for engaging new ways to incorporate technology into the classroom, also might appreciate this site. One warning to educators: CraniaMania makes no bones about selling sponsorships for its online competitions, so if you don’t want kids exposed to any ads at all, you might want to steer clear. CraniaMania features proprietary academic content in a number of secondary school subjects, all developed by a team of expert educators, according to the site’s creators.