Library and Technology Center
Students across all 12 grades at Renbrook enjoy the benefits of the library. The youngest grades gather in the cozy corner for Story Hours or to browse among titles just right for 3-year-olds, JK, and Kindergarten students. Library studies are a part of the curriculum in Grades 1-9 as students learn to be independent learners and critical thinkers through an ever-broadening program of reading, research, critique, and collaboration.
The library's lower level houses the school's IT department offices and training space; also the new Freshman Year at Renbrook lounge for ninth graders.
To learn more about the library's academic program, visit the Beginning, Lower and Upper School curriculum pages.
Square Footage: 16,600 square feet
Size of the collection: 30,000 plus, including print & electronic media
Special features: Classroom space for library studies, three seminar rooms, the school archives.
Technology: State-of-the-art computers, wireless connectivity, resources online and in print, online catalogue
Unique features: This state-of-the-art facility is unique for its geothermal technology, using the earth's heat energy to heat and cool its interior spaces.