Welcome to our ASA Library page!  The ASA Library was originally built in 1970 when Mr. John Nall was the director of the school.  It was called the "Learning Center" following the latest trends of the time where information was starting to be obtained not only from books but also from magazines, pictures, posters, overhead slides and filmstrips.  New equipment was also bought: opaque projectors, overhead projectors, filmstrip viewers and cassette players.  This was considered the "leading edge technology" of the 70's.  Since then, we have come a long way!

The ASA Library serves all students from preschool to grade 12.  With over 27,000 books and 18 networked computers, the library is a favorite spot to study, chat with friends, or read the latest magazines. The ASA Library and its staff seek to inspire a love of reading, to help students develop information literacy skills, and to foster a lifelong passion for learning.

The library is open from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Three full-time staff members are available to assist students with their research or assignments and to help them find a “just right” book.