Princeton Day School has three vibrant and dynamic libraries: The Wilson Family Library in the Upper School, the May Margaret Fine Library in the Middle School, and the Lambert Library in Lower School. All three libraries offer exceptional services, current resources and beautiful facilities that transform teaching and learning at PDS and prepare students for the digital world of today and tomorrow.
The libraries offer the latest in technology and services to meet the learning needs of our community in each division. By promoting reading, digital literacies, and inquiry research they encourage independent and collaborative learning and offer remote access through virtual collections. As havens for research and reading, problem solving and creating, collaboration and independent work, the libraries form a vital link to the classroom.
Each library serves as the information center for its division. Embedded in the spirit of inquiry and collaboration, the library curriculum helps students become savvy, informed and ethical users of information and technology.
Librarians serve as reading advisors, information specialists, and collaborative instructors. They work closely with classroom teachers to nurture student inquiry, independent reading and personal learning across the divisions.