The Divine Child School Library is a place where a collaborative learning community assist students in their educational growth. The Library program focuses on three main objectives:
- The development of information of literacy skills necessary for learning in the 21st century
- Aiding in the development of fluent readers
- Fostering a lifelong love of reading
Students in kindergarten through eighth grade attend scheduled weekly library classes. In addition, they visit the library for class projects, to do independent and group research, and to check out books at any time during the school day. Students are given opportunities to collaborate with each other through peer mentoring and to participate in a vast array of differentiated enrichment activities including poetry slams, Reading Counts, Readers Theater, book clubs, Book Cafes and online programs which extend the Language Arts curriculum.