The Faulkner Library and Learning Center serves the Middle and Upper Schools.
Built in 2004, the Faulkner Library is the most recent addition to our campus and provides a spacious, light filled space where students can study and collaborate. The library sits at the intersection of the Middle and Upper Schools, placing it at the heart of the campus. The library is open to students and staff from 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The 13,500-square foot library features:
The Faulkner Library collection consists of:
The Lower School library is located in the center of the Lower School classrooms and was renovated in the summer of 2006.
The Lower School Library collection consists of:
• 13, 592 print volumes
• 192 audiovisual items
• 24 periodical subscriptions
Library activities are thoroughly integrated with the Lower School curriculum. Students from pre-kindergarten through second grade make weekly group visits to the library to borrow books, listen to literature read aloud, share their observations about books with each other, and learn about the library and its resources. From second grade on, students use the library individually or in groups as needed to choose the books that form the basis of their individual reading instruction, to find books for recreational reading and to find information.