Upper School students in the library find joy in work, in play, and in the discovery and realization of personal potential as they complete a research paper, play a game of chess, work a crossword puzzle, read periodicals, study alone or with friends, compose college essays, or compete with classmates to find an extra-credit fact by taking advantage of the library's many resources.
Students apply critical research skills to locate, analyze, and utilize information for papers and projects using traditional and electronic sources. These research skills are an important foundation for upcoming college projects.
Located in Allan Building, the Kiplinger Library boasts several spaces. Group study is a major component of the main library while classes frequent the Naylor Room and the Computer Room. Faculty and students seeking quiet study enjoy the Gantt Room.
Endowed collections include the Whiting/Moore American History Collection, The Jill Bearman Fiction Collection, and the Boccutti Video Collection.