One of the most beautiful places on our campus, the library balances its constant activity with bright, quiet spaces for reading and studying. When compared to other high school libraries, Little Flower’s is second to none. The library's resource collection comprises some 15,000 catalogued items, including books, magazines, vertical file, DVDs, records, tapes, slides, and paperbacks. The Sisters of St. Ann Archive also contains countless primary and secondary materials as well as a small museum with rotating displays. From educational to recreational reading material, it is a wonderful resource and a centre of student life.
The library resource centre is professionally staffed, supporting both resource-based lesson planning and collaboration with subject teachers and the students who voraciously take advantage of the collection to the tune of over five thousand checkouts a year—an astonishing number for a school our size.
Our LFA students contribute to the life and success of the library, running reading-based clubs, volunteering with library work, and regularly contributing input on our acquisitions. Our library genuinely represents the intellectual heart of our School.