The Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School Library has a one-of-a-kind relationship with the Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL). As a "Shared System Partner", BJPS students use their own IndyPL library card to borrow items not only from the BJPS Library, but from any IndyPL branch as well as materials from other Partner libraries around the City. IndyPL also provides essential digital research tools for students, including databases, eBooks, digital audiobooks, video streaming, and SAT & ACT prep tools. Students are free to use their IndyPL library cards both at school and at the public library. Even if you aren't an Indianapolis resident, your status as a Brebeuf student allows you to function as an IndyPL patron during your high school years.
BJPS Library Mission:
It is the mission of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School library to empower students to be critical thinkers and ethical consumers of information by encouraging them to reflect upon their discoveries and then use their discoveries to create new and enduring knowledge. In addition, we aspire for students to become enthusiastic readers as they develop an appreciation of library services which endures into adulthood.
-Define the question
-Apply Prior Knowledge
-Get to know
-Develop a search strategy
-Locate, gather, and secure resources
-Was product effective?
-Was process efficient?
Monday through Friday
7:45 am - 4:00 pm
Closed weekends and school holidays
Hours subject to change in accordance with the school calendar
Organized into targeted learning centers, LearningExpress Library supports those looking to improve core academic skills, pass the GED, prepare for college, join the military, obtain occupational certification, find a job, change careers, become a U.S. citizen and much more.
Students are not able to print in color, but if you send your document to email@example.com, Mrs. Karcz or Ms. Russell will print it off for you. Each page costs $.50. We are not able to "charge" your account, so you will need cash.
In order to have anything with images printed, you will need to include a citation (the PREFERRED method) or, at the very least, an attribution (the URL of the website from where the image was taken). The attribution should NOT begin with www.google.... Capture the correct information by left-clicking on the image and select copy URL. You can either place the attribution directly under the photo or list them as a group at the end of your document under the heading Image Sources.
We appreciate the continued, generous support from the Indianapolis Foundation Library Fund which enables us to provide resources far beyond what we could every do alone. We also value our Shared System partnership with the Indianapolis Marion County Public Library which quite literally places the world at the fingertips of every Brebeuf student and staff member.