The Harker libraries feature professionally staffed facilities on each of our four campuses. Additionally, our Web presence extends resources to students and teachers 24/7. The Harker library program is grounded in information literacy, pleasure reading, robust resources and curricular collaboration.
The cornerstone of our library program, information literacy, is the ability to effectively find, evaluate and use information across all media and disciplines. The complexity of our 21st century information universe demands that students be discerning researchers, ethical users and creators of knowledge.
Librarians regularly collaborate with teachers across subjects and grades to enrich lessons with information literacy skills.
The K-12 library director, Sue Smith, manages the library department and is responsible for The Harker School's archive. For questions about our library program, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to our print collections, our electronic resources ensure that students have 24/7 access to more than 90 outstanding subscription databases and thousands of fiction and non-fiction titles through e-book subscription services.
Students enjoy rich collections of print and e-books selected to support their interests and passions. We promote reading through book clubs, book talks, author visits, special displays and summer reading programs.