SCF Collegiate School students (grades 6-10) have the following borrowing privileges:
Students with overdue books will get an "Academic Hold" in their school records. There are no fees for "late" books. Students with "Academic holds" cannot take exams, register for new classes, or get transcripts.
If a book gets lost or damaged, it needs to be replaced or a replacement fee paid. Students/parents need to talk to a SCF Librarian to replace lost books.
Students can request items remotely from the SCF Libraries Online Catalog (scf.edu/library) and the items will be sent to the SCFCS for them to pick up. They need to sign a receipt when they pick the items up at the CS front desk.
Books can be returned to the SCFCS in a Book Drop located at the CS Front Desk.
Students in SCFCS grades 6-10 cannot check out DVDs or equipment.
The SCF Libraries have a "YA Zone" (YA= Young Adults) with materials appropriate for grades 6-12. Please note that these materials vary in reading level and maturity content from middle school to high school levels.
The teachers oversee the materials the students check out from this collection. The SCF Libraries' staff will allow students to check out any item marked YA.
Materials from the collection called "Popular Readings" are not for SCFCS students, unless they are given permission by a teacher, on specific cases, at the teacher's discretion.
Materials from the Library's "Circulation" collection (2nd floor) are available for study, research, and curriculum needs. Students are allowed to check out from this collection when there are academic or research needs, and at the discretion of the teachers.
Grades 11 and 12:
11th and 12th grade SCFCS students (and also 10th grade students taking college classes or DE-Dual Enrolled) are considered SCF College students and they have the same borrowing privileges as other SCF College students with no exceptions (3-week loans, access to all collections and equipment.)
(Work with a librarian or your teacher as needed.)