The Village School Libraries


The Village School has two libraries, the Lower/Middle School Library serving grades K through 8 and the High School Library. Each maintains a diverse collection of books and online resources that support the curriculum and interests of the Village School community.


The mission of the Village School Libraries is twofold:


1) To encourage the appreciation and love of reading in a way that inspires and provides academic and leisure learning for the school community, so that students, faculty and families have the resources and skills to be intelligent, diverse and successful lifelong learners

2) To provide a venue, the means and the training for students to conduct academic research for their various projects and inquiries


The Village School libraries offer ample resources for students, teachers and parents:

  • 20,000 volumes (catalog available)
  • Online Resources
  • Teacher resources
  • Useful websites
  • Recommended Reading
  • College/University Collateral Materials
  • Internship, Apprenticeship, and Special Programs Literature
Selection Policy
The selections made for the Village School libraries are delegated to the professionally trained library personnel. The selection of resources is an on-going process. Administrators, teachers and students are encouraged to submit material requests. Teachers are requested to submit lesson outlines so that specific materials can be located to further enhance the curriculum. In the selection of materials, the final decision is based on the value of the material to the library and to its users.
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