Andrew Maguire Saul Library
Welcome to the Andrew Maguire Saul Library! Constructed in 2010, our library is a beautiful architectural space that houses study rooms, research areas, teaching areas and a computer lab. The library offers online catalogs and research databases. Stand-alone computers are available for student use, and access to a wireless network is available for laptops. The library provides an array of educational resources, creating a vital and central learning hub.
The Saul Library supports the research and developmental mission of Georgetown Prep by collecting, preserving and providing access to information resources. The library strives to ensure that students and staff know how to find, assess, interpret, and synthesize information. The library combines the warmth of a welcoming gathering place with the excitement of a contemporary research facility, truly making it a 21st century learning commons.
The library provides access to:
- Over 8,000 books
- 37 print periodicals
- 27 subscription databases
Library Media Specialist: Mrs. Erica Lodish
Andrew Maguire Saul (1906-1985) was a member of Georgetown Prep's class of 1923, the first graduating class from the current campus following the school's relocation from Georgetown, Washington, D.C. After attending Prep, Saul graduated from Georgetown University and served as a Colonel in the United States Army during World War II. Following his military service, Saul became chairman of the B.F. Saul Company. B. Francis Saul II '50 made a transformational gift to Prep's Vision Campaign to name the library in memory of his father.
Monday - Thursday
7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Please also note that the Media Center may close occasionally during the daytime to accommodate visiting classes, etc.
Students may borrow books for a period of three weeks, with the exception of reference materials, periodicals, and items on reserve.
Overdue and Lost Items
Due dates are stamped on the back of each borrowed item. If the materials are not returned in a timely manner, students will be notified. Overdue notices are sent through faculty members and advisors. Books not returned are replaced at cost.
Student Computer Use Policy
Students must follow the school's Computer Policy as outlined in the Georgetown Prep Student Handbook.