Events for Teens

Upcoming Events (6th - 12th Grade)

Get Ready for College

Many of our programs are featured on an ongoing basis.
Please check our calendar for the next date.
* Program requires advanced registration.

Events & Test Prep at the Library

Free, full-length practice test to help students prepare for the actual exam. Presented in partnership with C2 Education. *Program requires advanced registration.

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Students can take a free, full-length practice test administered by Revolution Prep to help prepare for the actual exam. Each test also includes an essay portion. This program is presented in partnership with Revolution Prep.
*Program requires advanced registration through Revolution Prep directly. For more information or to register please contact Jeanette Brink at Jeanette.Brink@revolutionprep.com or 708-300-9276.

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Students will discover how to decide between the ACT and SAT; when they should plan to take the PSAT, ACT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests, AP and IB exams to maximize college acceptance and scholarship options; and what can be done now that can help them get into the college of their dreams. This program is presented in partnership with Revolution Prep.
*Program requires advanced registration through Revolution Prep directly. For more information or to register contact Jeanette Brink at Jeanette.Brink@revolutionprep.com or 708-300-9276.

  More info - March 20 »

Revolution Prep will present a workshop on the similarities and differences between the SAT and ACT. Attendees will be able to make a better-informed decision on which test is right for them. This program is presented in partnership with Revolution Prep.
*Program requires advanced registration through Revolution Prep directly. For more information or to register contact Jeanette Brink at Jeanette.Brink@revolutionprep.com or 708-300-9276.

  More info - April 3 »

This workshop takes attendees through the complex world of admissions and financial aid to help better understand how admissions decisions are made, as well as what the admissions committee really considers in deciding who gets in and who receives financial awards. The workshop will also unveil important strategies one can use to get into – and afford – the college of their choice. Both parents are encouraged to attend. This program is presented in partnership with My College Planning Team. *Program requires advanced registration.

  Register now - April 12 »

 

Online Events & Test Prep

With the online SAT, ACT, or PSAT TurboTest, you’ll:

  • Get a prediction of your full score in under 90 minutes
  • Review your score by section— to guide your studies as you prep for the official test

Free online resources at www.kaptest.com/psatpreplive

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YA March Madness 2018

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Starting with the top 32  YA titles  in our YA March Madness Brackets you can vote each week and the field will be narrowed down.

Program Guide

Registration Information

Most programs are free and don’t require advanced registration. Some computer and technology classes may have a non-refundable attendance fee that must be paid at the time of registration. Registration for these classes is taken at the computer lab desks.

If a program does require registration, it will be denoted like this: *Program requires advanced registration.

Teen Librarians

95th Street Library
Kevin Wonch
email
kwonch@naperville-lib.orgEmail Kevin Wonch
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Nichols Library
Kiersten Doucette
email
kdoucette@naperville-lib.orgEmail Kiersten Doucette
Phone:
Naper Blvd. Library
Stacey Costabile
email
scostabile@naperville-lib.orgEmail Stacey Costabile
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