A junior boarding and day school for boys in grades six, seven, eight, and nine

The Copley Library

The James S. Copley Library at Eaglebrook School was a gift of Mr. James S. Copley, publisher and Eaglebrook parent. It is centrally located in the Learning Center and has received awards for its open, welcoming architecture with two window walls and ample space for quiet reading and studying.
The library is open throughout the academic day, during afternoon and evening study halls, and at designated times during the weekend. The Copley Library has been extremely well-supported by the school and has exceptional resources for a middle school library, including: 
  • Over 17,000 books (fiction, non-fiction, Reference, foreign language).
  • Over 300 audio books.
  • Approximately 50 magazine subscriptions and 6 newspaper subscriptions.
  • A variety of online databases.
  • Laser printers and a copier are available for student use.  

Library Staff

Library Director
Anna Bognolo

Library Assistant
Rachel Meier

Middle School Boys & Reading

What do boys in middle school read? The answer is of course, plenty of different books, magazines, graphic novels, and whatever holds their interest. To help a little, the staff of Eaglebrook's Copley Library has put together a list of book recommendations tailored to boys in middle school.

Follow this link for some resources about Middle School Boys & Reading along with some suggested titles. 

The Library Wish List

Throughout the day at Country Fair and Winter Carnival, the Copley Library at Eaglebrook School sponsors a "Book Fair" with books available for purchase. Proceeds from the sale support the library and Eaglebrook's scholarship fund. A "Wish List" table displays books that the Library staff has selected for the library collection. Any of these books that are purchased will receive a calligraphy plaque, with the donor's choice of wording, usually honoring the family's student(s), a faculty member, or other designee.