Curtis Library

The Curtis Library is a comfortable and welcoming place where the school community can gather, learn, create, share and grow.
From the inviting reading patio and entryway to the technologically advanced Maker Space, the library provides space that supports student learning, fosters a lifelong love of reading, develops essential research and information processing skills, and provides guidance from trained information specialists.

The library houses an extensive array of print resources that have been carefully selected to support the Curtis School curriculum as well as to nurture an appreciation for and love of literature. Through a partnership with the Los Angeles Public Library, the Upper Elementary division has access to a vast store of information via databases, ebooks, audiobooks, and other digital media.

The Curtis Library program offers a wide range of activities and learning experiences for students. From the Caldecott Art Project to Design Challenges to Book Club, every experience is carefully planned to cultivate literacy skills and a love of reading and establish a strong foundation of crucial 21st century information gathering and processing skills.

Libraries around the world are evolving and adapting to the technological advances that are shaping society. The Curtis Library is a key resource that supports each child's academic growth and individual interests while helping our students acquire the skills they will need in order to meet the challenges of a fast-changing world.

Author Days

September 2018

At the beginning of the new school year, the Library will kick off Author Days with a visit from Ganit and Adir Levy, authors of "What Should Danny Do?: The Power to Choose." This book about making good choices will help set the stage for our students as they embark on the school year.


List of 2 members.

Library Hours

7:30 a.m.– 3:30 p.m.