Thursday, May 5 . . . 7-8 p.m.
Students and parents will discover the variety of options available for the high school graduate. Topics include how to find schools, factors to consider for a college and major, college visits, and examples of careers with various educational degrees. Registration required.
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How to Pay for College without Going Broke
Wednesday, May 4 . . . 7-8 p.m.
Learn ways to reduce the cost of college through and find the best-fit college for your student. Find out how admissions officers and scholarship committees make their decisions. Professionals will guide you in through the college search, selection and funding. [...]
Wednesday, April 27 . . . 7-8 p.m.
Experiment with a variety of art techniques and mediums. No artistic skill necessary. Drop-in, no registration.
Student Advisory Trustees (SATs)
Applications Due by June 30
Teens and young adults, ages 15-20 with current STDL library cards are invited to apply to be Student Trustees on the STDL Library Board. Applications are available at the Central and branch libraries. For an email application write to firstname.lastname@example.org or go to http://teen.schaumburglibrary.org/. Applicants must also attend [...]
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Practice school skills and take practice tests [...]
Thursdays, April 14, May 12 . . . 6:30-8 p.m.
Teens will play board games and Minecraft monthly. In April we will play Minecraft on our server and you can offer tips/tricks. In May we will play board games and have snacks. Registration is required and limited to 10 teens per meeting.
Wednesdays, April 20, May 18
Junior High . . . 6-6:45pm
High School . . . 7:00-7:45pm
Join us as we meet over a meal and work together to make a difference in the community. Interested teens in grades 7-12 can pick up an application at the Teen Place and branch libraries as well as online. [...]
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Search and Rescueby Anderson-Dargatz, AndreaCheck library catalog for availabilityDescription: 102 PAGES In this work of crime fiction, Claire Abbott, a small-town reporter uses her sixth sense to find a missing girl.
Speakby Anderson, Laurie HalseCheck library catalog for availabilityDescription: 197 PAGES A traumatic [...]
Celebrate the movie release of Star Wars with crafts, trivia, and snacks. Make your own Death Star disco ball. Registration required for teens ages 12-19.
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Want to learn more about coding? Celebrate the Hour of Code and come to our basic tutorial to learn more. Registration required for teens ages 12-19.
Hour of Code