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Day and Boarding; Grades 6-12


Meckler Library

Inside of Meckler Library, desks, books, chairs, computers.
The Meckler Library is located in the heart of our campus.

Meckler Library is open to students and staff for study, research, and quiet reading. Librarians are available to assist students when classes are in session and after school. There are twenty iMac computers for student use in the library’s reading room, and, of course, each student will have his or her own iPad on which to work.

Library Hours

Monday–Thursday 7:30 a.m.–9:30 p.m.
Friday 7:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Saturday contact AOD
Sunday contact AOD for daytime hours; 8:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m.

Writing Center
Location: Library E-Classroom

Hours: Monday through Thursday, 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Director: Jordan Aubry

Materials available

Meckler’s collection contains over 13,000 volumes and is maintained through a plan of acquisitions designed to meet the academic and recreational needs of the School community. The collection is searchable by means of Destiny, the library’s web-based catalog. The student loan period for circulating materials is four weeks, and renewals are available as needed.

Research Databases

Students have access to a variety of subscription research databases that expand exponentially the amount of authoritative academic information available to meet our students’ research needs. These resources provide materials that support the entire Pennington curriculum and include electronic access to full-text reference materials, primary sources, images, periodicals, and newspapers.


Students can also access LibGuides, an online compilation of resources created by the librarians to assist in the research process. These guides contain listings of recommended resources for finding information, including databases, journals, books, and web pages useful in completing research assignments.


In Meckler Library there are forty computer workstations, which are found in the reading room and electronic classroom. These areas are designed for instruction, research, and short-term projects. An ongoing program of staff development that leads to a technology-integrated curriculum and an instructional technology curriculum of required competencies and enriching electives work together to prepare students for the challenges of their future endeavors.