You said in your last comment that you live in the country, so do I! I have found that there are many ways to take advantage of this when finding a job. Many seed companies need people to walk fields and detassel corn so it can be bioengineered. This usually pays *very* well for a starting job, but involves long hours in a field. Or you could look around for odd jobs that farmers may have, such as picking field rock, tearing down or cleaning an old barn, or numerous other chores. If you are tech-savvy, you could get a little bit of money helping people with their computers/electronics since the majority of people in rural areas are not neccecarily always the most up-to-date (just remember to do good work, be friendly, and don't charge too much)
Overall, getting at least some work experience during the summer is a great way to get a head start on paying for college and starting a list of individuals and businesses that you can use as references later in life. Hope this helps!