The mission of the library media technology program is to encourage students and adults to become independent learners by providing: facilities that function as information centers of the school; resources, activities, and instruction in the use of information technology; and an environment which encourages reading for pleasure.
St. Paul Academy and Summit School has two library/media facilities. The Goodrich campus library serves students in grades K-5. The Randolph campus library serves students in grades 6-12. Between the two there are over 55,000 books, videos, DVDs, CD-roms, audiobooks and e-books available for use by the SPA community. Both libraries’ collections include separate parenting and learning differences collection.