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The Liberty Library serves all students, faculty, and staff, aiming to inspire and encourage the love of reading, as well as support the curriculum at all levels.

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The goal of the Liberty Christian School Library is to encourage our community of learners to be curious, to value learning and to respond effectively to the emerging challenges of an information-driven world, while promoting a life-long love of literature and reading. Our space offers a rich collection of more than 18,000 books, eBooks, audiobooks, as well as research databases and periodicals, which meet the diverse curriculum and leisure needs of both our students and faculty.

Lower grade students visit each week to check out books, hear stories and participate in book talks. They also use the library and the library's databases to conduct research while learning to balance both print and digital resources. Our Middle School has access to the Book Nook located in their school to provide easy access to books. Middle schoolers and Upper schoolers have access to our Lower school library, as well as eBooks offered through Overdrive. 

primary school students reading in the library

Terri Freyou

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Library Resources | Research and Study Offerings

Our online databases are a constantly updated, reliable, “real news” resource that complements our nonfiction collection for Primary, Middle and Upper School students.

The Liberty Christian library subscribes to a variety of online databases for the use of students, faculty, staff and parents that are accessible from any computer. Passwords are available to all students in grades 5-12 and to parents. Login to myLiberty and visit the Library Resource board for access. 

We encourage students to use these resources to supplement books borrowed from the library.