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The library serves as a gathering place and is an important part of The Gregory School community.

The Gregory School Library

The library's growing collection of resources, including online databases, multimedia items and carefully selected print materials, supports the mission and philosophy of The Gregory School. We subscribe to several valuable online databases to support the research needs of our students and faculty. Daily, weekly and monthly periodicals are available in the library, as well as print books that are selected to support the scholarship needs of our community while also promoting a lifelong love of reading and learning.

Our library is a reader's paradise with over 14,000 print and digital holdings ranging from the latest popular young adult fiction to nonfiction texts to detailed, subject-specific online encyclopedias.

Frequently Asked Questions
How do I find a book?

You can find out if the library owns a book by checking the online catalog. Once you find the book you are looking for in the catalog, you need to write down the call number and location of the book. This information will help you locate the book.

Does the library have scanners or copiers?
Yes. The copier is located near the library distribution desk. The copier can be also used as a flat-bed scanner. All machines are first-come, first-served.
Where can I return my library materials?
Return bin is located at the Circulation and Media Desk.
Where can I study in the library?
The library offers a variety of places for students to study in the library, including open areas, lounge areas, and individual carrels, as well as group study rooms, and a large open study area. The quietest areas are study rooms. Group discussion should take place in either the study rooms or the open study room.
How do I print my paper in the library?

Login here and from the list of many campus printers choose "Library".

When is the library open?

Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 6:00 pm