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The Library

    • Tabor students studying in Hayden Library

Mission of the Library

The library houses a collection of current resources aligned with the Tabor curriculum and reflecting the needs and diversity of our community. It is the goal of the library program to assist students in becoming effective and responsible users of information and to instill an appreciation for ideas captured in print, audio, visual, and digital form.
The library provides a wireless environment for students seeking assistance with assignments, individual and group study spaces, or a quiet, comfortable place to read and conduct research.

The computer classroom and digital media labs are available for individual use and class instruction. Mac laptops, chargers, and headphones are available for student use. 

Resources Abound

  • 14,000+ print, audio, and video titles in our collection
  • 35+ Online database subscriptions 
  • 2+ Librarians on staff at all times 
  • Unlimited access to downloadable ebooks from the SAILS library network

Special Collections

Providing further depth to our resources, collections offer donors an opportunity to augment library resources in topics of their choosing. Here are a few of our treasured collections:

Tabor Authors Collection

Over 200 titles donated over the years by Tabor alumni and faculty authors 

Freeman Keith '42 Collection

Keith designed and supervised the production of hundreds of books published during his 
career at Stinehour Press in Lunenbourg, Vermont. Over 120 titles have been donated and kept together in a collection. The collection is located in the Vance Room, a place for quiet study.

Nancy Wickenden Collection

A fund in honor of former headmaster's wife, Nancy Wickenden, has allowed the purchase of over 200 titles carefully selected to compliment our school’s curriculum in history and social sciences.  

Visit the Library

8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday – Closed
2:00 PM – 10:00 PM        

*Prox cards required after 5:00 PM

Librarians Suggest...

Into the Raging Sea
by Rachel Slade


Astonish Me and Seating Assignments
by Maggie Shipstead

Walking to Listen
by Andrew Forsthoefel  

The Flight Attendant  
by Chris Bohjalian
The Great Alone 
by Kristin Hannah
by Neal Shusterman
The Dangerous Art of Blending In 
by Angelo Surmelis
The Beauty that Remains 
by Ashley Woodfolk
Brazen: Rebel Ladies Who Rocked the World 
by Penelope Bagieu
Natural Causes 
by Barbara Ehrenreich
I’ll be Gone in the Dark 
by Michelle McNamara
The 57 Bus 
by Dashka Slater
by Tara Westover


Admissions Office: 226 Front Street, Marion MA 02738 | Mail: 66 Spring Street, Marion MA 02738 | 508.748.2000 |