Helen Carroll, RSCJ Library

The Helen Carroll, RSCJ Library is modern and welcoming. Located on the third floor of the Morning Star Building, it is a place where students can read, research and study. It has an extensive print and electronic collection that gives students access to vast amounts of quality information. The libraries of the Sacred Heart subscribe to over 30 online subscription databases, including online encyclopedias, nonfiction book collections and journal archives. These resources prepare our students for the extensive collections that will be available to them in a university library. Our library staff collaborates with teachers on research projects designed to teach our young men how to access, evaluate and use information. Within the library, students are welcome to utilize laptops, iPads, digital and video cameras, microphones, and headphones. Through diverse and extensive resources and a trained librarian staff, the Carroll Library is an integral part of academic life at Stuart Hall High School.

Art & Literature

  • ARTstor
    Searchable database of digital images, covering many time periods and cultures in the fields of architecture, painting, sculpture, photography, decorative arts, design, as well as many other forms of visual culture.
    Access ARTstor from home

Biography

 

Citation

  • NoodleTools
    NoodleTools provides innovative software that teaches students how to record, organize and synthesize information using online notecards and format bibliographies in MLA or APA style
    Access NoodleTools from home (note: individual username/password required)

eBooks

Encylopedias/Dictionaries

Foreign Language

 

Geography & History

 

Library Catalogs

News & Opinion

 

Religion

 

Science

 

Social Science & Statistics

 

Multi-Subject Databases

Contact

The Carroll Librarian

Amanda Walker
415.345.5820

Resources

Carroll Library Catalog

Welcome to the Libraries
@ Convent & Stuart Hall

Students at Convent and Stuart Hall have access to a wealth of information and literature through the extraordinary library resources in our three libraries: 
The Hoffman Library for Convent Elementary School & Stuart Hall for Boys
The Williams Library at Convent High School
The Carroll Library at Stuart Hall High School

Print volumes in our three libraries number more than 35,000, we have over 1,760 audio-visual materials available and our current periodical subscriptions offer nearly 100 different titles. Forty-four academic websites and databases are shared among the schools; they provide on-campus and remote access to an electronic collection of reference encyclopedias, academic journals, education videos, eBooks and magazines. Goal II of a Sacred Heart education calls for “a deep respect for intellectual values”, and our libraries live that goal daily as we support and extend classroom instruction to enhance the academic and intellectual opportunities offered to each student.