Ahmanson Library

Campbell Hall is a community of inquiry committed to academic excellence and to the nurturing of decent, loving, and responsible human beings.

Ahmanson Library

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The technologically-rich Ahmanson Library is designed to serve the K-12 school community with print, Internet, electronic, and multimedia resources including access to the online catalog and subscription online databases. The collection is dynamic, current, diverse, and curriculum-based. The 7,000 square foot library’s print resources include nearly 10,000 fiction books, more than 17,000 non-fiction titles, and both print and online periodicals. Library collections for elementary and secondary school students are located in separate areas for ease of use and access for both the older and younger students. Computers; printers; scanners; CD and DVD players; and a photocopier are available for educational purposes. 


The library includes a separate room designated solely for use by the elementary school. In this area, students are actively engaged by the librarian to nurture a love of literature as well as to develop and refine library and research skills. Special programs are held in this room including visits by well-known authors and storytellers. In addition to study areas, secondary students enjoy a comfortable seating area for relaxation, reading and conversation. 

Monday - Thursday
7:30am - 5:00pm
Friday
7:30am - 4:00pm 
Phone: 818-505-5312

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