A Place to Find Your Favorite Books
Four purpose-built libraries across our campuses serve as information hubs where all community members – students, faculty and parents –have access to thousands of books, periodicals, multi-media materials and subscription-based databases.
oberursel primary school
With more than 12,000 titles, including fiction and non-fiction books, DVDs, audio books, CDs and an international section with books in many languages, the Oberursel Campus Primary School Library is a well-equipped resource center.
Parents are welcome to visit the library during open hours to browse the parents' collection.
oberursel Elementary SChool
Our Oberursel Campus Elementary School Library contains a collection of over 16,000 books: fiction (picture books through easy reader, series, chapter books and graphic novels), non-fiction, reference, and international books in many languages including German and Korean. A selection of newspapers, magazines, recorded music, Playaway audio books and DVDs are available, as well as a technology cupboard with Macbooks and iPads.
We have a large, inviting space with built-in seating for browsing, reading or group activities, cozy seating nooks spread through the library, and a teaching/research area with an interactive white board.
Oberursel upper School
The Upper School's Library boasts an impressive collection of resources: approximately 25,000 books, thousands of DVDs, more than 70 periodicals and a dozen online databases and tools.
The collection supports the school's curricular areas and offers students and parents resources to pursue their personal interests, while keeping in mind the international nature of the community it serves.
Librarian: Manatsu McCluskey +49 (0) 6171-2024-302
Circulation Manager: Chris Hiatt +49 (0) 6171-2024-315
Library Assistant: Stefano Razeto +49 (0) 6171-2024-301
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:00-17:00; Friday 8:00-16:00
Set in an expansive light-filled open area on the school's second floor, the FISW Library Media Center looks out over the surrounding valley and offers students and parents an inviting space in which to take in some of its 15,000 book titles from easy reader to parent reference, plus periodicals, recorded music, audio books, videos and DVDs. The Library is open throughout the school day and after school and serves students from First Steps to Grade 8.