Library and Technology

The beautiful Ann Scott Carell Library

sits at the heart of the campus.

The 20,000-square-foot facility serves as the information and technology hub of the campus, housing comprehensive library services along with the school's network and technology support team.


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The lower level includes the help desk (the Bear Cave), the archives room, a meeting room, and a makerspace called, the Design Den.


Our Design Den is a fully equipped makerspace that includes: Makerbot 3-D Printers, Epilog Laser Cutter, 3-D software, CNC router, power tools, hand tools, programming components, and a variety of raw materials.

Harpeth Hall's Laptop Help Desk is located on the lower level of the Ann Scott Carell Library. It is open Monday - Friday from 7:30 to 3:30 during the school year. Summer hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30-10:30 during June and July.


Every student in grades 5 through 12 uses a laptop as part of her learning experience. Campus technology includes:

  • More than 150 faculty and staff laptops and approximately 700 student laptops
  • A schoolwide wireless network
  • Software to support all disciplines
  • Scanners, digital cameras, and video cameras for faculty and student use
  • A fully-automated library with catalog and database access all over campus as well as from home
  • Internet access with email for students, faculty, staff, and administrators
  • A long-range strategic plan for our technology goals
  • Access to a learning management system for all students and teachers
  • Ceiling-mounted wireless projectors in all rooms; and probes, graphing calculators, and video microscopes in math and science classes

Harpeth Hall is committed to preparing students to be lifelong learners and effective users of information and ideas because a well-rounded education prepares students for any type of career they might choose. The Information Services Department offers an exemplary information literacy program for students to help them develop the skills to find, evaluate, and use information.