Welcome to the Guilford Free Library Teen Page!
The library offers a range of programs for students ages 12 to 18. Please register for each of these programs using the links to the right, or by calling the library at 203-453-8282. All programs are free of charge.
College Preparation: The library hosts experts in the field of college admissions, such as Bulldog Tutors and College4Less.
Practice Exams: The library hosts monthly practice college exams including SATs and ACTs. Due to the pandemic, the library will be hosting virtual practice exams. Upcoming dates: Saturday, February 12 (SAT), Saturday, March 19 (ACT), Saturday, April 2 (SAT), and Saturday, May 14 (ACT). For online practice tests and resources, visit these sites:
Special Interest Clubs:
Intro to Competitive Programming is an introduction to coding and programming that will eventually lead you to be able to participate competitively if you so choose! The club is taking a break for the summer, but will be open to students in grades 5 and up in the fall.
Community Feminist Alliance strives to create a safe place to foster productive discussion on feminist issues including body positivity, women in politics, and women’s health. The club is led by local Guilford High School students. Free and open to all in grades 6 and up. The club meets every other Tuesday via Zoom at 4:45 pm during the school year. To register and for more information, please contact Yanli Muhs at Yanli.email@example.com.
Guilford Teen IRIS Club is run by GHS students and open to all GHS and Adams students. Their mission is to help refugees and immigrants by holding events to help Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS), a non-profit organization in New Haven. The club meets every third Thursday of the month at 4 pm during the school year.
Coding Club is a club for anyone in grades 5 to 12 that have an interest in learning how to code.
Girls Who Code is a GHS student run club held on Tuesdays at 7 pm during the school year.
Crafts, Games, & More: In addition to our series, we offer many one-off programs such as crafts, trivia nights, game days, and more! Check out the Teen Events calendar for all upcoming programs.
Teen Volunteering: Get involved in your library by helping out and earning community service hours. Contact Sara for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, call 203-453-8282 or e-mail Sara at email@example.com.