Tower Hill Lower School and Middle/Upper School Libraries provide a wide diversity of information resources to meet the educational needs of the Tower Hill School community. Both book and online resources bring a wealth of information to expand the ways in which students, faculty and parents can explore ideas and curriculum needs. Students are nurtured to develop a lifelong love of reading and a quest for knowledge.
What can be found in the Tower Hill libraries? With two locations and three collections, users can find quiet study spaces to enjoy the print and electronic resources. They may browse our shelves with nearly 40,000 books, magazines for every reading level and newspapers. With library computers or their own devices, they can check out the growing collection of ebooks in the Middle/Upper School Library and explore a variety of age-appropriate online databases. Online resources may be accessed at school and at home via TowerNet.
What can Tower Hill librarians do for the community? Throughout Lower, Middle and Upper School, information literacy classes address the research skills that 21st century students will need. Librarians guide these users to reliable resources in print and online to ensure they can locate desired information. The community is invited to visit our libraries and get to know our helpful librarian staff.
Current students and parents can access the Lower, Middle and Upper School Libraries by logging into TowerNet > Resources > Library
Founded in 1919, Tower Hill School is a private, college prep school in Wilmington, Delaware, serving students in preschool through Grade 12.
Tower Hill is regarded as one of the best private schools in the U.S. Many of Tower Hill's students attend top universities and colleges.