The Chisholm Library is named after Percy and Amber Chisholm, two stalwarts of the College community in its foundation days.
It is open from 8.15 am to 4.30 pm for study, reading, chess, homework, video-conferencing and organised lessons.
Students may borrow three items (fiction, non-fiction, DVDs, magazines, eBooks) for a period of three weeks and loans can be re-negotiated if required.
The Library is also responsible for the storage, distribution and collection of text books as well as laptops and iPads.
Another service is the re-sale of second-hand senior study guides on behalf of former students, as well as the sale (or donation) of pre-loved library books, the proceeds of which help to fund literacy programs in disadvantaged communities throughout Australia and beyond.
The Chisholm Library Homepage can be accessed HERE. This includes a catalogue search facility, as well many useful links to a range of other lending and learning resources, such as the Kempsey Shire Library, the State Library of NSW, HSC “Discovery” resources and the Premier’s Reading Challenge, to name a few.