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Student Smart Program
Tools of Becoming a Better Student


Los Angeles Public Libraries Are offering Free Study Skills/Test Preparation Classes

In a citywide effort to help teens prepare for college and improve study habits, the Los Angeles Public Library is partnering with The Princeton Review to present a system-wide library program for teens, called “Student Smart: Tools of Becoming a Better Student.”

“Student Smart” is an initiative offering citywide seminars and New SAT Practice sessions conducted by The Princeton Review instructors in LAPL branches/Central Library, enabling middle school and high school students to develop effective study and test taking strategies for college. The program is targeted for middle school and high school students. This effective, quality program is FREE through the Los Angeles Public Library system.

For more information about "Student Smart," call Young Adult Services, at (213) 228-7510

Check LAPL Website for Classes Offered HERE: or Check by Region Below

LAPL: Central Southern
LAPL: East Valley
LAPL: Hollywood
LAPL: Northeast
LAPL: Teen'Scape (Central Library)
LAPL: West Valley
LAPL: Western