Founders Library

Solebury School's library offers our community a wide array of resources both in print and on the web. Our librarian routinely collaborates with faculty to help students learn how to research and use the library effectively. The library also hosts poetry slams, recitals, author talks and book signings, and more.

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Writing a paper? Researching for a project? Browse the online resources and databases below, and if you have any questions, stop by the library or email Hanna Howe at

Also, some of resources below require a Solebury School login and password — both are shared in the Student Portal and Faculty Portal.


Library Catalog

Interlibrary Loan (search here and then see the librarian to request books)

What do I read next?


Author's name pronunciation

Submit a book review here!


Research by Subject

For Faculty

AV Room Signup Instructions

In Google calendar, create an event and select "Library/AV Room" from the calendar drop down menu.
Include your name, number of students, and if you are using the AV room or the library.

Discovery Streaming Videos

ERIC (Education Resource Information Center)


Teacher Reference Center

Dictionairies and Encyclopedias

Research Help


NoodleTools (you will need the school's username and password)

Purdue Owl for Citation Help

Cite Source (a guide for citing everything from an interview to a blog post)


  • Students are welcome to use the library any time during school hours.
  • The library can be opened over the weekend by arrangement with the faculty on duty.
  • Our physical and digital book collection is targeted to the needs of the school community.
  • You'll find access to nearly any book through Pennsylvania’s Interlibrary Loan Program.
  • Thirty-two (32) computers and Chromebook, and wireless access for students with their own laptops, are available.
  • Thirty-one (31) subscriptions to periodicals and newspapers, including French and Spanish language publications, are available.
  • Twenty-two (22) online database and online reference subscriptions, ranging from those specifically for middle school students to those used in colleges and universities, are all accessible — both on and off campus.


Email our head librarian, Hanna Howe P'23, for more information.