Lower School Library

Augusta Prep encourages in children a love of both reading and  learning. By incorporating library into the curriculum, students are exposed to books and database use at an early age. The Lower School Library program familiarizes children with the layout of a multi-functional library, as well as how to work cooperatively within the library environment.

In addition, students are taught a respect of books and computers, the proper care of resources, listening skills, library organization, the Dewey Decimal system, and research skills.

Middle and Upper School Library

Augusta Prep continues to encourage students’ love of reading and learning in Middle School and Upper School through both formalized and independent library access.  Baird Library has two fiction sections, one for our Middle School readers and one for our Upper School students. Middle School students heavily use the library to select fiction material during lunch and for Sustained Silent Reading, which occurs each day after lunch in their classrooms. Upper School students use the library throughout the day for independent or group work during study halls, and for research and class projects in the Phelon Technology Center.




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