Our library is housed in the multipurpose room

Thanks to local groups like the Catholic Daughters of America, our Catholic Parent Teacher Organization (CPTO), and Scholastic book fairs held each semester, we are able to continually update our collection so students have books they are eager to read. You can now access our electronic card catalog by clicking on the button below.

Our library is housed in our Multi-Purpose Room.  A highlight of our recent renovations, this welcoming space also serves as a collaborative area for students, a meeting space for large and small groups, and the home to our before and after school program. With projection capabilities and an integrated sound system, the room is ideal for assemblies, speakers, and all-school Monday Morning Prayer.

Our central location also makes it possible for younger students to walk to the public library (only two blocks away) with their classroom teachers. These biweekly visits further encourage a love of reading. Older students, with parent permission, often walk to the library after school to use resource material or work on assignments.

Each year we send students to the Battle of the Books competition at AEA 267. Teams collectively read 40 books and work together to prepare for the event, building friendships and collaborative work skills while enjoying great books.

Card Catalog

Great book lists for various age groups

Being split into small groups really gave us a great environment to learn in. Students could work at a faster or slower speed depending on their needs, and teachers had time to work with us individually.

—Rachel, alumna