Lebovitz Resource Center
The Lebovitz Resource Center is located on the second floor of McDonald Hall and houses a collection of books and magazines that support the McCallie curriculum and the personal interests of students and faculty. Of particular interest to parents is our collection of books on boys.
Networked PCs provide direct Internet access and Chromebooks are available for checkout. We subscribe to numerous reference ebooks, research databases, and a collection of ebooks and audiobooks for pleasure reading. You may access many of these research databases from home. For valuable information on ebooks, research databases, citing sources, and search engines as well as information on resources for middle school projects, refer to the resources information below.
Our Mission is to provide a welcoming atmosphere where middle school students and faculty can read, study and do research. The Library also supports the McCallie curriculum by providing a variety of quality and print and digital resources.
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday 8:50 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
(Hours may vary during holidays and school breaks.)
The Middle School Library does not charge overdue fines; however students with overdue materials will require the Librarian's permission to check out additional resources. Overdue notices are sent to students weekly via email. Students who lose or damage resources will be charged for replacement.
Upper School Library Services
The Upper School Library Program provides a variety of print and digital resources to support faculty and students. Our collection includes more than 5,000 fiction and nonfiction eBooks and eAudiobooks, online databases, and a collection of print books, all accessible at home through our online catalog and via the Library Homepage. Our collection is continually updated to reflect the goals and content coverage of the McCallie curriculum.
The mission of the Upper School Library Program is to provide the highest quality resources for research, reference work, and reading. The program provides print and non-print materials to meet the needs of both students and faculty in the areas of general information, research, and the enjoyment and enrichment of leisure time. The Librarian coordinates with faculty to help with classroom and one-on-one instruction in the use of resources, especially those of a digital nature.
Mccallie libguidesLibGuides are sets of web pages for research assistance, subject guides, and useful resources compiled by us, your friendly librarians!