CHAPMAN LIBRARY HOURS
Monday
7:30 – 4:00
Tuesday
7:30 – 4:00 
Wednesday
8:45 – 4:00 
Thursday
7:30 – 4:00 
Friday
7:30 – 3:15
DOZIER LIBRARY HOURS
Monday
7:35 – 3:30
Tuesday
7:35 – 3:30  
Wednesday
8:30 – 3:30  
Thursday
7:35 – 3:30  
Friday
7:35 – 3:00  

LIBRARIES

The Wesleyan community is blessed with two beautiful libraries. Dozier Library, located in Warren Hall, serves the lower school. The middle school and high school are served by Chapman Library located on the top floor of Wesley Hall. Each library is home to diverse collections that support the school curriculum and also encourage reading for personal enjoyment. Both libraries are dedicated to equipping students with the life-long learning skills necessary for today’s information and knowledge-based society.

Key Features


  • Spacious library covering the entire third floor of Wesley Hall with large areas for full-class instruction, comfortable seating for pleasure reading, and numerous carrels for individual study
  • Serves grades 5 - 12 with over 22,000 titles in print, eBooks, DVDs, and audio CDs in addition to more than 60 newspapers and magazines
  • Access to more than 30 databases to provide 24/7 research capabilities
  • More than half of the collection devoted to research and reference
  • Specialized collections for faculty and parents
  • Citation software available along with instruction and guidance
  • 24/7 access to the collection through the online catalog including student book reviews and ratings
  • Fully staffed by two masters'-level professionals (one dedicated to middle school student needs, one dedicated to high school student needs)
  • Digital cameras, video cameras, scanners, and DVD players for student use
  • Dedicated rooms for conferencing and collaborative project work
  • Numerous charging stations to support Wesleyan's one-to-one tablet initiative
  • Houses the Wesleyan School Archives

Key Features


  • Located in Warren Hall, Dozier Library is home to kindergarten through fourth grade
  • Print collection of over 14,000 books, along with a virtual library of eBooks and online resources
  • True elementary collection of texts selected for the reading enjoyment by children aged five to eleven years
  •  Annual themed book fair to build interest and excitement about books
  • Child-friendly furniture and inviting décor designed to welcome inquiry and generate interest in literacy and research
  • Professional staff dedicated to promoting literacy and serving the needs of the Wesleyan community
  • Fixed schedule of classes guarantees time for each student to visit the library during the school week
  • Collection of adult books to offer guidance, advice, and Christian inspiration for our parents and faculty