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Shiley Family Library

The Shiley Family Library, incorporating the Crockett Family Atrium, is the symbolic center of the Oaks Christian High School campus and the academic hub of school life.

The Shiley Family Library provides an abundance of assets that support engaged learning and scholarly research for the OCS community. The library is a collaborative hub and hosts events that support cross-curricular activities to connect learning across academic departments.


Research Data Bases

These include digital magazines, videos, academic articles,  dictionaries and literary works, and multimedia. Resources are available through our password-protected student portal in AXIS.


Books and E-books 

This includes reference books, audio books, magazines, academic journals, and news. Students and staff can find these literary resources in AXIS.

Drop by and Visit!

The library is open Monday through Fridays from 7:30am to 3:30pm. The team is ready to help faculty, staff, and students with their research, reading, or literary needs. Feel free to drop by during regular business hours or email for more information! It's always a great day to visit the library!


Meet the Library Team


Heritage Months Commemorated

Hispanic Heritage, Black History, Asian American Pacific Islander, and International Women's Month are commemorated with special literary displays in the library. Books by authors about the culture being honored help the OCS community learn more about and appreciate the contributions of those recognized.


Curriculum Collaboration

The library collaborates with academic departments to bring classroom knowledge to life! The Annual Great Gatsby celebration in the Crockett Family Atrium is a culmination, complete with costumes, music, and food, of the English students' study of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel set in the 1920s. 


National Poetry Month

Aspiring poets can read their original works or the works of established poets when the library celebrates National Poetry Month each April. In addition, faculty, staff, and administrators can join the festivities with their own works or oratory skills. Classic, avant-garde, and eclectic are just a few of the genres.


Holiday Celebrations

The library celebrates holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas with fun literary displays to commemorate the history and traditions of these special holidays. From a thankfulness table welcoming grandparents on Grandparents' Day to a Christmas tree made out of books, holidays are always fun at the library!