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Fax: 720-886-1989

25901 E. Arapahoe Road
Aurora, CO 80016
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The Library & Technology Center is an attractive research and study area located on the second floor near the main office. Large windows offer stunning views of Aurora Reservoir, Legacy Stadium and the surrounding hills.

The mission of the library is to provide students and staff with the resources and training they need to excel academically and to grow intellectually.

Monday-Friday: 7:00am-4:30pm

The library staff expects students to respect the academic atmosphere in the library by working quietly, by respecting the seating arrangements, and by following all school rules. All food (including candy) and drinks (with the exception of water in clear water bottles with lids) are prohibited in the library and will be confiscated by the staff.

Cell phones, iPods/MP3 players and personal laptops are allowed if used individually and appropriately. Please note that these items must be used silently and individually.

Student Resources and Services:
  •      Inviting atmosphere for individual study
  •      Comfortable reading chairs
  •      Study room for group work
  •      Textbook and classroom novel checkout
  •      Library sections: Non-fiction, Fiction, Uncat(manga series, graphic novels, comic books), Reference, Biography
  •      Current newspapers and magazines
  •      Computers-Online book catalog, electronic research databases, Internet, student COLE accounts, student email.
  •      Xerox machine, color printer ($.50/page) and other tech resources
  •      A/V Production equipment
  •      Butcher paper, die-cuts, laminator
Borrowing procedures:
ID cards must be presented for all transactions. Overdue fines and account blocks must be cleared before new materials may be checked out. Materials should be returned on or before the due date or a $.10/day charge is assessed on each overdue item.

Borrowing durations:
  •      Reference materials—overnight (3 items max)
  •      Non-fiction—2 weeks (see staff member for longer checkouts for extended projects)
  •      Fiction—2 weeks (3 items max)
  •      Magazines—1 week (3 items max)
  •      A/V materials—1 week (3 items max)
Payment is required for lost, overdue or damaged materials.

The library staff is always available during business hours for assistance in locating resources and answering questions. Student suggestions for library improvements and requests for materials are always welcome.


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