The collections and services of The Key School libraries support the School's Mission. Committed to the principles of intellectual freedom, all three libraries maintain rich resources that acquaint students with diverse cultures, experiences and ideas. Good literature and freedom of inquiry are core values of The Key School and its libraries.
Nearly ten years ago, as The Key School contemplated the changes technology would bring to the education world, the School elected to form a combined library/technology department; a configuration that was, at the time, in the vanguard. Rather than equipping the School with technology, the plan was to equip the students and teachers to use technology effectively, ethically and with purpose. Key School librarians, as practicing "information managers," collaborate with Key School technologists to support students in using technology to solve problems, to communicate ideas, to think critically as they synthesize facts and evaluate data. This thinking of a decade ago has allowed Key School to integrate technology in a manner that is meaningful for the students and supportive of Key School's Mission.