CSPD school libraries are physical and digital places of inquiry and reading.

They provide access to a range of resources that help students on their learning journey and help inspire purposeful learning.

Through access to our library resources and services, students develop a range of learner dispositions and capabilities to cultivate a culture of curiosity, creativity, imagination and innovation.

Playing chess in the Marian Catholic College Kenthurst school library


The Marian College Learning Resource Centre (LRC) is a reference and recreational centre, providing a welcoming and stimulating atmosphere to assist in the development of the skills, competencies and attitudes necessary to become lifelong learners.

The centre offers a range of student services including printing and photocopying and access to laptops. The LRC is open before and after school, as well as recess and lunchtimes.

Housed within the LRC is 'Steph’s Study', a space for students in Years 11 and 12 to use for study during class time. This space is dedicated to the late Stephanie Bruce, a Marian student who lost her life after a battle with cancer. Her love of life and learning inspires our senior students to strive to live every day to its fullest and get the most from life’s opportunities.


Teacher Librarians are on hand to assist students with locating quality information from relatable sources and to ensure it is used in an ethical manner. All library staff have a great passion for literature and enjoy helping students find their next ‘great read’.


Teacher helping student at Marian Catholic College Kenthurst


Students have access to the eLibrary - the digital gateway to a range of quality online resources that encourage and enhance reading and support inquiry learning.

The virtual library gives access to an electronic bookshelf and database access for students and staff.

Access our eLibrary


How eLibrary works - Video Catholic Schools Parramatta Diocese
Watch an overview of the many digital learning tools and resources available through eLibrary.


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