Fostering discovery and a love of reading

Trinity boasts a beautiful, spacious library ideal for independent and collaborative study.

In harmony with the Trinity High School mission to challenge young women to pursue faith, truth, and knowledge, the Library supports both students and faculty within the curriculum in an atmosphere that encourages thinking and questioning. The Library strives to foster the development of an intellectual curiosity that leads to lifelong learning.
The Library has both print and digital holdings.  Students may check out printed books, eBooks and  eAudiobooks online.  Students may also check out and read books from our Library's Nooks. Additionally, Trinity invests in quality databases for student research needs. Email Ms. McGreal for login information.

The Library includes a classroom area with a Projector and presentation podium.  Faculty and students can reserve this area for presentations, film viewing or meetings.  Computers are available in the Library for student use.  Students may check out Nooks, cameras, camcorders, and recording equipment through the technology department.

The Trinity Library hosts numerous events throughout the year ranging from author visits to student film premieres to festivals and poetry slams.
  • eRead Illinois – Digital Reads for Recreation. See Ms. McGreal for login info.
  • Abraham Lincoln Reading Club - all reading, no meetings! Read at least 4 books on the list and you get to vote on Trinity’s favorite book in February! Read all 20 and get honored at the Spring Honor’s Convocation.
  • Heartbreak Cafe - beloved annual tradition on Valentine's Day!
  • Sora- eBooks and eAudiobooks. See Ms. McGreal for login info.

Library Staff

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  • Photo of Sheila McNair

    Sheila McNair 


Library Hours


Monday - Thursday 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 7:30 AM - 3:15 PM

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  • Rules

    Please help keep the library a pleasant place for all by following these rules:
    • You must scan your ID into the computer upon entering.
    • Food is not allowed in the library, except after school.
    • Help keep the library neat by returning materials to shelves, carts or the librarian.
    • Push in chairs—don’t rearrange furniture.
    • Be considerate of other patrons—keep your voice low.
    • Return materials promptly—others may be waiting for the same item.
    • Ask for help- that's what we are here for!
  • Policies

    The library is available for use throughout the day for research, quiet study, computer usage as well as to check out and return library materials.  
    During class periods students are required to bring a library pass from their teacher.  Please note that there will be times when the library will be closed to visitors because of a class or overcrowding.
    During 3A and 3B students are required to have their physical IDs available for quick scanning at the beginning of 3A or 3B. Admittance will be refused if a student does not have her physical ID available for scanning during these busy times.
    Reserve material is kept behind the circulation desk.  It must be read in the library or we can photocopy for home use.