Library services for teens are overseen by the Youth Services department at the Lake Bluff Public Library. We offer popular, high-interest, and well-reviewed materials as well as year-round programming and volunteer opportunities for teens in grades 8-12.

We strive to connect all teens with materials that interest, inspire, and engage them, as well as provide a safe, supportive space where they can be themselves.

Remote Learning Resources

We've got a whole page of remote learning and home school resources available for you.

Tutor.com, a service of the Princeton ReviewThanks to a generous donation from the Friends of the Library, we are now able to offer you access to Tutor.com! Tutor.com provides on-demand tutoring, homework help, test preparation and writing assistance for students in grades K-Adult in over 60 subjects. Live online help is available from 2:00pm and 9:00pm, 7 days a week. No appointment required.

Programming Announcement

The Library will begin to offer some outdoor, in-person programming this summer in addition to virtual programs through Zoom. Please see the calendar for more information. All attendees are expected to comply with any health and safety restrictions for in-person programs.

Registration is required for Zoom programs: In order to attend a Zoom program, you must register using the event calendar. You do not have to be a cardholder to attend a program. Once you have registered for a program, the system will send you an email with the link to the Zoom meeting.