The European School Library exists to serve its community. We believe that a library is one of the essential tools for every school or teaching institution to develop each student’s ability to work with multiple resources to improve their academic skills. We aim to empower, inspire, and support learners in their inquiry and discovery.
United under one philosophy and objectives, the European School Library consists of two separate areas of the school-age classification – Primary School Library and Middle and High Schools Library.
Located on the sixth floor in Campus 1, the Middle and High Schools Library supports all programs across the school (MYP, DP of International Baccalaureate; American High School; Georgian Program) and serves grades from 6-12.
Located on the fourth floor in Campus 2, the Primary School Library is part of the School Library focuses on students of the Primary Years Program of the International Baccalaureate and Georgian Programs, Grades 1 to 5.
The Middle and High Schools Library collection counts about 10 000 printed resources in many different languages. The Primary School Library has a collection of around 4000 books, including books in Georgian, English, and Russian Languages.
The library facilities feature spaces for group projects, computer use, and silent study. Easily transformed into a presentation hall, it can host up to 50 users at the same time.
To encourage digital learning and technology use young researchers are subscribed to the world’s largest online digital science libraries.
European School Libraries welcome readers every Monday-Friday, between 9:00-17:00.