Reading is at the core of our activities. Our library has a magnificent collection of more than 60,000 books. While most of our books are in English, we are actively expanding our collection in other languages spoken by students and teachers, including Dutch, French, Italian, Japanese, Hindi, Arabic, and others.
We encourage students to borrow books and read as much as possible. Therefore, parents are encouraged to visit after school hours to borrow books for their children and themselves.
The AICS Library Catalogue offers access to the entire collection in all three campus libraries. With your login, you can reserve books, create reading lists, rate books, like authors, request book acquisitions, and even post reviews. Click here to access it.
The AICS Library Research Databases are a collection of intuitive tools to assist students in their research divided by subject and school level (primary and secondary). Click here to access it.
The library team consists of the following team members.
Head of the 3 Libraries: Marion Sabrié
Teacher-Librarians: Marion Sabrié & Matthew Olson-Roy
Library Assistants: Despina Foulatziklidou, Mousami Gupta, Charlene Keohane, Chris van der Steen and Catherine Auld.
Every week, we meet with each primary group to read a story or learn more about information literacy. During this time, children borrow books to take home for the week.
With Britannica School, students can explore topics and find related images, videos, web sites, and journal articles. Helpful tools, such as a built-in dictionary, translator, and text-to-speech reader, make articles easy to read. Britannica School is an excellent start to any research project. Use your Google single sign-on to access from home.
The libraries at all three campuses are open to students, staff, and parents during the following hours.
For assistance or additional information, please contact the Library team: firstname.lastname@example.org