Supporting and enhancing the school curriculum is a highlight of our School Age programs, collections, and services. Our goal is to inspire a love of learning and a lifelong connection to the library.
Programs for Kids and Teens
Browse upcoming programs and events related to reading, technology, writing and art happening at the library.
OPL offers a variety of reading challenges throughout the year to keep readers engaged. Learn more about our current challanges on our Reading Callenges page.
Need help with a school project, research or homework? Visit our Homework Help page to learn more or contact us directly with your questions.
Check out OPL's YouTube channel for book recommendations, how to videos, and more!
Explore the following websites to learn more about media literacy, social networking, cyber bullying and internet safety:
MediaSmarts - a Canadian not-for-profit charitable organization that aims to promote digital and media literacy.
Internet Safety Resources – trusted information from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police with links to Internet safety resources.
Privacy and Kids – list of resources from The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
NeedHelpNow - an initiative of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc. and designed to help teens stop the spread of sexual pictures or videos and provides support along the way.
Halton Youth Services Directory
The Halton Youth Services Directory lists various community agencies and services that help support young people in Halton.
Looking for an opportunity to contribute to your community? Browse volunteer opportunities at Oakville Public Library.
Join us weekly to learn fun coding projects with tools such as Scratch, HTML & CSS and Python, and make games, animations and websites.
Friday, July 9, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM