For Young Adults

Upcoming Programs

Free SAT/ACT Prep

Free ACT and SAT Prep classes – Our Fall 2017 session will begin in  September 9, 2017, see below for dates.

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Sponsored by The National Urban League of Bergen County and the Englewood Public Library.

Summer Art Program for Tweens and Teens

Part of the Tweens and Teens Summer Arts Program this summer at the Englewood Public Library, Singer, songwriter Alice Leon worked with the children to write their own songs and perform the songs. Check out their work from the video!

Looking for a book to read?

Fun & Useful Websites


Budding Writers Network

Share their writing and get critiques from other teen writers.  While the site is just a discussion board, the activity rate is high and teens seem to be sharing some pretty neat stuff.  Teens offer encouragement to one another, and drafts can be resubmitted for review.

Channel One News is by far the most comprehensive and informative site for teens. Not only does it keep them up with the latest world news, Channel One offers homework help, fun quizzes, music videos and movie reviews.


Find community, games, news and shopping. There is a link called “creativity” where teens can share their poems, stories, photos and artwork.

Fun Sites Shopping Mall

Teenagers love to shop and Fun Sites has it all. Though not brick and mortar, this site has all the great stores that are in your favorite mall.

Habitat for Humanity International

This is probably one of the best known volunteer agencies around.  But their youth programming is stellar, and teens can really stand out by becoming youth leaders.  Their program “Youth United” provides leadership opportunities for kids age 5-25.  Kids can start their own local chapter and host events to raise money and awareness about global housing conditions.


This website for teenagers encourages teens to create and post films that deal with social issues.  The films are pretty impressive, too.  Topics include a full range of hot topics including drugs abuse, teenage pregnancy, and STDs.


Learn about literature, economics, civics, digital literacy, U.S. history, and the other key school subjects. Biology, pre-algebra and algebra, Shakespeare, and poetry.


A driver education database. DMV-Permit-Test, provides  a free online service that will help your patrons prepare for the driver knowledge test and become safe drivers.

Teen Ink

This is a magazine by teens for teens.  You can write stories, share work, and rate the work of others.  They can use the free resources online.


Covers anything health related that has to do with teens. It approaches teen health in a non clinical way incorporating physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

Teen Stars Online

For Hollywood gossip and news featuring teen stars, this site has everything.

Englewood Public Library Photo/Video Disclaimer

Attendance at Englewood Public Library programs, events or public spaces constitutes consent to be photographed for use in print and/or electronic publicity for the Englewood Public Library. Photos, images, and videos submitted by users for online contests may also be used by the Library for promotional purposes. To ensure the privacy of individuals and children, images will not be identified using full names or personal identifying information without written approval from the photographed subject, parent or legal guardian.

If you do not want us to use a photo or video of you or your child, please tell the Library staff member coordinating the event PRIOR to the program.

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