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Meet Our Media Specialists

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    Jennifer Terry 

    Director of The Rainbolt Family Library
    Emmanuel College - BS Secondary English Education
    University of Oklahoma - Master of Library and Information Science

The Rainbolt Family Library

  • Located inside Harris Hall at the center of campus
  • Serves grades 5-12
  • Open 7:45am-4pm on school days
The Rainbolt Family Library is a destination for information, with hundreds of titles in many genres, modern technology, collegiate-level databases and the most advanced research materials available.

The Rainbolt Family Library provides quiet study rooms for independent work or small group collaborations and serves as a welcoming venue for various campus and community events. The library’s presentation technology makes it an ideal location for hosting speakers and presenters, or for communicating with students from other countries via Skype.

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    Susan Story 

    LS Librarian
    Northeastern Illinois - BA
    Augustana College - BA
    Western Michigan University - MA

The Lower School Library

  • Located inside the Lower School
Library lessons are designed to cultivate a love of literature and an enthusiasm for investigation. Our library program coordinates with the curriculum, especially in the areas of language arts, social studies, and science. Students learn to navigate through many resources, including how to find fiction and nonfiction books and how to access our age-appropriate databases. The research skills our students learn, using such databases as PebbleGo, give them an edge as they move to the more complex research skills needed in middle school.

The Lower School Library is supported by an enthusiastic core of volunteers, as well as Upper School mentors. Who support the Scholastic Book Fair, help with inventory and special projects, and coordinate off-site events, such as Barnes & Noble Night.

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  • Online Databases

    • BookFlix - A Scholastic Book program that pairs fiction/nonfiction books. Movie, audio, read alouds, and games are available to all students.
    • PebbleGo - Scholastic databases for biographies, science, animals and social studies.
    • Britannica Online - An online encyclopedia written especially for early elementary students – full of short articles, great pictures, and videos.
    • EBSCO - A collection of databases for elementary students, including Searchasaurus, Kids Search, and Student Research Center
    • Storia - A digital book subscription service that offers a classroom eBook library that can be accessed from multiple devices.
1800 NW 122nd Street, 
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
PHONE 405.749.3001   FAX 405.751.7372
Heritage Hall is a co-educational college preparatory school in Oklahoma City. As one of the few secular private schools in the state, we offer a challenging academic curriculum for students from preschool through grade 12, as well as unique leadership opportunities, a wide spectrum of athletics, and a well developed fine arts program.