The North Carolina High School Computational Chemistry Server is a research-grade scientific workstation that contains four of the most widely used research software programs (Gaussian, GAMESS, Tinker, and MOPAC) for calculating the structure and properties of chemical molecules.  Students can build molecules, submit calculation requests, and view their results in a user-friendly Web interface. Through the support of the SMT Center, Burroughs Wellcome Fund and Gaussian, Inc. this resource is provided free of charge to all students and teachers in North Carolina. Students in public, private, parochial, charter, and home schools are all eligible to use this resource.