The H.J. Sabbagh Library
The H.J.Sabbagh Library is located at the second floor of the Learning Commons and allows Middle School and Academy students to find and use the reading resources they need to develop love for reading and the ability to research interesting topics.
Reading is the gateway skill to almost everything. It is crucial to lifelong learning, to acquiring knowledge, to writing and even to enjoying our lives. Researching helps us learn, achieve our goals and have fun; from planning a trip to developing our passions.
In the Sabbagh Library students may browse our large book collection (one of the biggest English language book collection in Greece) or search our online databases on their own, with a friend or with the help of the librarian. They may find books for their reading enjoyment or for a research paper or project. They may use the computer stations here at school or at home to search our online databases for information that is not available on the internet and has been reviewed by experts in their respective fields.
With these resources available to them, students may actually become "architects of their own learning."
As Dr. Seuss says,
The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.
The Sabbagh Library / Research and Literacy Studio is located at the 2nd floor of the Learning Commons.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9am-5pm.
To Ms. Leigh Anderson, our librarian, at the Library desk, on the 1st floor of the library, as you enter on the left, either in person or via email at email@example.com.
The Sabbagh Library / Database Research and Literacy Studio offers support to all Middle School and Academy students.
The Sabbagh Library / Database Research and Literacy Studio offers the following services:
- Assistance with locating books - Our library has more than 20,000 books both fiction and non-fiction to choose from. Our fiction collection consists of Classic Fiction books and Young Adult Fiction books in all the different genres: Fantasy, Realistic, Historical, Mystery, Dystopia and Science Fiction. In addition, there are many Non-Fiction books on different topics for reading and for research. The ACS Athens Library Catalog can be found in Moodle under the "Library Database Resources" at the top of the Home page.
- Assistance using ACS Athens available Databases - ACS Athens subscribes to a number of research databases which are a good place to start your research. The databases available are: EBSCO, SIRS, Britannica and Artstor. You may access to these databases in Moodle under the "Library Database Resources" at the top of the Home page.
A student may visit the Math / Science Studio:
- During lunch break
- After school, from 4pm to 5pm
- During flex time or any free block
No. They are always welcome.