The Greenhills library program supports the mission of the school
and contributes to the intellectual and imaginative growth of students, faculty and staff.

The recently renovated library provides a welcoming environment where the pursuit of knowledge through reading and research inspires our community to become lifelong learners.

The library encompasses a main reading room with flexible learning spaces, a dedicated Fab Lab, four group study carrels with interactive monitors and a computer lab. The collection encompasses more than 14,000 print books, 4,000 e-books, 35 periodicals, and over 35 databases.

The library website hosts curated content which supports the curriculum, student created content, booklists and local literary events. Access to the library catalog, databases and e-book collection is available 24 hours a day.

Library and Information Skills

Information literacy stimulates curiosity and empowers students to locate, evaluate and use information in a variety of formats.

The librarian collaborates with classroom teachers to create opportunities for students to become confident users and creators of information who can:

Synthesize information to create something personal and authentic to oneself.
Use strategic search techniques to find information in print , digital, and media sources
Evaluate relevance, appropriateness, reliability, and scope of different kinds of information and information resources.
Use information ethically, including proper documentation of sources.
Know how and when to scan or to read in depth.
Form a focused topic question, take notes, create outlines, write thesis statements, pursue and argument, and make conclusions.
Understand how library and information resources are organized.
Know how to use digital and print tools to pursue and present research.
Understand principles of information presentation