The Staunton Public Library offers numerous programs and resources to keep teens engaged, educated and entertained.
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)
TAB members help plan programs, choose materials for the YA collection, assist with Library projects, eat pizza, and more. TAB is open to students in grades 6-12. Applications are available at the 1st-floor Reference Desk, or you can download and print an application. Meets the first and third Monday each month from 4 to 5 p.m. in the 2nd floor Board Room.
- Like the Staunton Public Library on Facebook.
- Follow the Library on Instagram @stauntonpubliclibrary.
- Join our Goodreads teen book group.
Find It Virginia: A collection of databases that provide access to resources such as newspapers, journal articles, and more. This is a great place to start for any research project.
NoveList: Book lists and book recommendations to help you find your next favorite read.
OverDrive: Access and download popular eBooks and audiobooks.
Hoopla: Music, movies, TV shows, comics, eBooks, and audiobooks for free with your Staunton Public Library card and PIN number [come in and get a PIN if you don’t have one].
Rosetta Stone: Learn almost any language, starting from any level.
Lynda: Web-based training videos in hundreds of subjects, including filmmaking, design, photography, digital animation and more.
RBdigital: Popular magazines in digital format.
eBooks High School Collection: Contains titles that support a quality learning experience across all academic subject areas, from history, to language and literature, to science and technology. Designed specifically for high school students and educators, this content includes a selection of classic literary works, important historical documents, and general reference materials.