Our newly-renovated and centrally located Senior School library is  one of the best of its kind in Canada. A welcoming space, it includes expanded and flexible areas for research and reading, group work and individual study. A librarian and two library assistants are available to help students and support teachers by offering instruction in locating relevant, quality resources. The library is open seven days a week; teachers and stewards (student volunteers) supervise the library during evenings and on weekends.

The library’s collection of almost 10,000 volumes includes materials from all areas of study. Hundreds of fiction, non-fiction and reference books are added to the collection each year. The library subscribes to 30 print journals and magazines, as well as a comprehensive selection of electronic databases, providing access to thousands of journal articles and quality Internet resources. These databases are available on and off campus through an intranet site, updated frequently to ensure that every area of the curriculum is being met.

The library uses an integrated system to catalogue and circulate materials; students can search the catalogue, renew materials they have checked out, and place holds for books online. They also have access to a printer/photocopier within the library. Library programs include weekly and monthly book clubs, author visits, frequent contests and more. Student suggestions for new books and innovative programs are welcome and encouraged.