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Welcome to your library!
Our library is one of the school's busiest spots. Here you'll find students and staff working side by side- studying, creating, collaborating, or simply recharging. It's also the school's most welcoming space with comfy bean bags, the best desk chairs in the entire building, a beautiful outdoor reading park, and an impressive skylight that brings in natural light. Modern and up-to-date in every way, we boast 10 desktop computers, a sturdy printer, access to hundreds of databases, and a helpful, knowledgeable staff to assist with tech concerns and assignments.
Consider the library your go-to spot. Browse our shiny new hardcovers, check out our graphic novels, play a game of chess with friends, or try one of our coloring books and unwind after a tough exam.
This is your library. We've got you covered.
Mon 7:45 am - 3:30 pm
Tues 7:45 am - 3:30 pm
Wed 7:45 am -3:30 pm
Thur 7:45 am - 3:30 pm
Fri 7:45 am - 3:30 pm
Ms. Kathryn Pratt, Librarian
Ms. Melissa Pehlert, Library Assistant
Boston Public Library
As a resident of Massachusetts, you are eligible to access the Boston Public Library's (BPL) electronic resources. Apply for a card online (linked here), set up your account, and then log in to access a wealth of knowledge. Link through the BPL to open more content in GoogleScholar and to access JSTOR.
This is your public library catalog. To borrow items, you must acquire a library card (free!) from your public library; you must apply in person.
WorldCat is a global library catalog that allows users to view what is published (and where located) on a given topic. You may not borrow items from WorldCat, but you will gain a sense of what has been published on your research topic. If you see an item you would like to use, please contact Ms. Kennedy; she may be able to borrow the item for you via inter-library loan.