HERITAGE LIBRARY

Heritage Library give an area that students love to visit — further enhancing what has always been a vital part of the school community.

All of the wonderful aspects of the space, such as the soft seating, the computer tables, are designed to draw students in — to make them feel comfortable and to strengthen their connection with the library.

The Collection

The library collection and the services offered by the library staff support the work done in the classroom, enhance the concepts being taught, and expand the academic possibilities through the use of printed materials and on-line resources.

Library Info

  • LOWER SCHOOL LIBRARY
  • GORDAN LIBRARY (MIDDLE SCHOOL AND UPPER SCHOOL)
  • RESEARCH DATABASES
  • COLLECTIONS
  • CATALOG
  • EBOOKS
  • SUMMER READING LISTS

A Welcoming Place

The Library comprises two facilities located side by side on the first floor, with a combined collection of more than 30,000 volumes. The Lower School Library is a friendly, comfortable place for storytelling time, classes with librarians and browsing for books to take home. The Middle and Upper School Library offers space for older students to pursue individual research and receive guidance in library skills. Even while expanding technologically, it has managed to retain its old-fashioned charm: around the corner from computer desks and private work carrels are window seats and nooks for curling up in a free period with a good book.

Digital And Multimedia Tools For Research

In addition to its wealth of books, the library features advanced information technology for research. Students have access to dozens of online and print subscriptions, musical recordings, audio books and an extensive film collection of over 2,500 titles

ACADEMICS

EXPLORE OTHER LEVELS

We equip our students with a college-preparatory, academic education, in a personalized and stimulating environment, which enables them to become independent, creative thinkers.

Primary (Pre-K & Kinder)

Your children will be encouraged to follow their natural curiosity as they develop new skills, build their confidence and celebrate accomplishments.

Grammar Stage (1-5)

Your child will enjoy learning in ways that are engaging, inspiring, and encouraging to begin their love of learning.

Logic Stage (6-8)

Students are empowered to think on their own while understanding the world around them and their place in it.

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