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.
Thanks 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.
We are excited to announce the return of in-person programming for fall, as well as the introduction of some new types of programs:
- In-Person Only: These programs are offered in-person at the Library or another location.
- Hybrid Programs: These programs are offered in-person at the Library and will also be streamed live on Zoom. You can attend however works best for you!
- Online Only with Live Viewing at the Library: These programs are offered online only, either through Zoom or another platform such as Facebook Live. You can come to the Library to view these programs on the big screen in our programming room.
Please note: All in-person programming is offered in compliance with state and local guidance on gatherings. In the event that the guidance on gatherings changes, the Library will update its programming plans to ensure the health and safety of staff and patrons. Any changes made to our programming schedule will be posted on the Library website as soon as possible.