MGPL welcomes teens at the library! Contact the Teen Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about what we offer:
Teen Space Volunteering Programs
Educators Homework Help Reading Lists
Teens from 7th-12th grade are welcome to enjoy our dedicated Teen Space, which is great for studying, hanging out, playing games, reading, and more. We have fiction, nonfiction and graphic novel books, magazines, board games, a whiteboard, and table space to spread out and get some work done.
Interested in developing your resume and gaining work experience? Or do you enjoy giving back and serving your community? Either way, the Morton Grove Public Library is always looking for passionate, enthuiastic and committed volunteers. To get started, complete the Teen Volunteer Application and we will get back to you within 2 business days. Volunteers need to be at least 13 years old and in 7th grade or higher.
Please review our Teen Volunteer Policy for additional information.
We host book discussions, video game tournaments, ACT/SAT prep sessions, and much more. See all of our teen programs in the Event Calendar.
Contact the Teen Librarian for more information on:
Classroom visits for booktalks or instruction about the library
Library tours for students
School assignments using library resources
Famished For Fiction informal book group that meets at schools during students' lunch hour
Extended loans for teacher cards
We have several online resources to help with homework, research, and exploration. You can also connect online with a live tutor on HelpNow! by Brainfuse to get one-on-one help with homework, skills building, and test prep. Tutors are available every day from 3-10 pm, except holidays. A 24/7 Center is available during off-hours.
Book Reading Competitions
School Reading Lists
Here are the local high school summer reading lists (when available):
Niles West High School: PDF
Niles North High School: PDF
Maine East High School: PDF