The Teen area of the library has books, magazines, and post high school information.
In the summer, we conduct a Summer Reading Program for Teens/Tweens that coincides with the dates for grades K-5.
Sites that offer help and information to Grades 5 -12 and Post-Hi include:
- Ohio Web Library - an online portal to databases, enclyclopedias, and other resources
- Magazine Articles Online - Offers full text of magazine articles which can be printed or emailed.
- Explora for Secondary Students - websites and search engines for students to look up articles and facts for research papers or homework.
- Homework Spot - links for all ages
- American & English Full Text Literature - Search poetry, drama and prose.
- Literary Reference Center - author biographies, plot summaries, book reviews, poems, literary criticism, short stories, classics
- Biography Reference Bank
- Science Reference Center - full text from science encyclopedias, articles; videos, animations, and images.
- World Book Reference Center - World Book sources for any age
- Ohio Graduation - half-length tests required for high school graduation
- College Prep, Occupations, Educational, Civil Service, ASVAB, GED, and more
- Ohio Student Practice Tests - half-length practice Ohio achievement tests
- Khan Academy - Free access to over 3,100 learning videos for test prep, math, biology, chemistry, physics, finance and history. Each video is approximately 10 minutes long, and especially purposed for viewing on the computer.
- Student Aid on the Web - the US Dept. of Education's federal student aid site; apply for FAFSA online
- USA Jobs - for high school students and recent college graduates interested in federal careers
- FastWeb - free scholarship search for fellowships, loans and grants
- OnLine Colleges - resources for students considering an on-line college
- College Board - official site for PSAT/NMSQT/SAT registration, test dates, and test-prep assistance
- Peterson's - search for college programs; apply to participating colleges online
- GED Information - a site to help you prepare for the GED; take a practice test
- Trade Schools, Colleges & Universities - This guide to Trade Schools, Colleges and Universities can help you connect with schools across the US and Canada.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook - federal government source of career information; search by pay, training requirements, education; details fastest growing, best paying careers
- Ohio Colleges and Universities - state of Ohio's website on higher education; includes 2 yr. and 4 yr. colleges
- LearnFree.org - From Microsoft Office and email to reading, math, and more. The site offers 125 tutorials, including more than 1,100 lessons, videos, and interactives, completely free.