All Things Teen

Yes. There’s a section at the library just for you!

From events to favorite books, or homework help to music. Find it here or reach out to your teen coordinator for help!

Find some new and interesting books to get lost in.

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Access all of your favorite music via online streaming.

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Need a little extra help? Check out these useful homework and testing resources.

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College Resources

Everything you need to prepare for that next step

How To Choose

Tour a college campus online without leaving the comfort of your home. is a college planning website featuring 360° x 360° virtual college tours of over a thousand college campuses. enables students to search for a college by majors, location, tuition, fees, and more – and will match the results based on search preferences.

CollegeWeekLive is a free virtual college fair that connects students with hundreds of colleges and universities from around the world. It offers students the same benefits as a traditional college fair – in a virtual setting. Students can see live streaming video presentations from admissions representatives, visit virtual booths to ask questions, and get more information.

U.S. News and World Report provides an annual ranking of colleges nationwide.

Colleges That Change Lives (CTCL) schools are a distinctive group of quality liberal arts colleges that are ideal for students seeking a top-notch higher education outside of the Ivy League.

Put together a list of 10 to 20 potential schools of interest. You can use College Board’s College Search MatchMaker tool to build your list of favorite schools. It provides several search criteria to narrow down the results. If you create an account, you can save your search criteria and save results to your own college list to reference at a later time.

Financial Aid | Student Loans | Scholarships, a U.S. federal government site, gives families “financial aid 101” information, and helps them find available financial resources, like scholarships, grants, and loans.

Most colleges require the Free Application for Federal Student Aid in order to provide grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study opportunities.

American Education Services (AES) is one of the nation’s leading providers of student financial aid services and can help you understand the process before, during, and after college.

AES also offers great resources to help think about, choose, and pay for college at offers thousands of scholarship opportunities, arranged by category, such as by College or Major, for High School Juniors or High School Seniors, and more.

Test Prep / Study Resources

Most families know to register students for the ACT at ACT, Inc., but fewer know that it also offers lots of great free ACT studying resources, including study tips, sample questions — even complete tests.

College Board offers similar study resources for the SAT reasoning and subject tests, and for Advanced Placement tests, too. – Your source for free online practice tests.

Find Your Major / Career features an online college major quiz to help students pick a major based on their interests.

Career choice may be central to the college search itself. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program helps students get a sense of possible career choices that suit their personalities, interests, and abilities.

Application Process has the answers to many of the questions running through your mind about applying to college. Their website provides tons of resources such as application timelines, checklists, FAQs, and even how to begin. is used by nearly 700 colleges nationwide; this saves the student time, since one application can be used for multiple colleges.

“My Alma mater was books, a good library… I could spend the rest of my life reading, just satisfying my curiosity.”

Malcolm X

“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.”

Frederick Douglass

“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.”

Walt Disney

“As a child, my first passport to the world was my library card.”

Jan Moran

“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.”

Charles William Eliot