Events for Teens

Upcoming Events (6th - 12th Grade)

Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is an organization for teens entering 6th through 12th grades.  The club meets August through May of each school year at the 95th Street Library.

Learn more about the 2017-2018 season of Girls Who Code.

Or contact Alison Colman, Teen Services Librarian, with questions.

Alison Colman
acolman@naperville-lib.orgEmail Alison Colman

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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.

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

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November 15 - Experienced professionals will share their knowledge and expertise to guide the audience through action steps they can take to reduce college costs and still attend the college of their choice. Attendees will discover creative, little-known financial and academic strategies to reduce college costs while finding the best-fit college for their child. Parents are encouraged to attend this seminar with their student(s). This program is presented in partnership with My College Planning Team. *Program requires advance registration.

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Online 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

September 23 - Kaplan will once again bring you PSAT Prep Live, the only free, live PSAT prep program available to students online. Sign up now and gain instant access to quizzes and practice tests for the PSAT. Then join us beginning September 23 for live lessons. Get free prep at


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.