The JCHS Library and the Jewish Community Library
Our beautiful JCHS Library is an airy and inviting space where students come to study, conduct research, seek research assistance, and just relax with a good book.
The JCHS Library includes an extensive collection of books, DVDs, audiobooks, and ebooks as well as academic databases which offer thousands of full-text magazines, newspapers, scholarly journals, and images.
The purpose of the library program is to provide students with the skills and resources to become discerning researchers who can find and evaluate information with confidence. The librarian works closely with faculty to integrate specific research skills into classroom assignments, and also consults with faculty regularly in order to ensure that library resources are available in support of the curriculum.
The JCHS Library operates in coordination with the Jewish Community Library, a program of Jewish LearningWorks. The Jewish Community Library serves as a resource and gateway for individuals and families in the general community to encounter Jewish texts, take part in informal classes and programs, and learn about Jewish thought, history, and culture. The Jewish Community Library’s collection includes more than 38,000 books, periodicals, DVDs, CDs, audiobooks, and musical scores.