The SKS library is named after Martin A. Henry, who was the librarian who first championed the cause for a separate library building. The school's original library was located on the third floor of the Old Building. The library was dedicated on November 20, 1955, and the building opened a few months after that. It was formally named in Mr. Henry's honor in October 1986.
The South Kent Library contains roughly 10,000 volumes and subscribes to a variety of general and special interest periodical titles as well as electronic resources. The library’s DVD/Video collection is available to all faculty and students in support of academic research.
Encyclopedia Britannica - Electronic version of Encyclopedia Britannica with additional reference resources.
Web Gallery of Art - A virtual museum and searchable database of European painting and sculpture of the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassicism and Romanticism periods (1100-1850).
Annals of American History - Speeches, historical accounts, memoirs, poems, images and multimedia
researchIT CT - researchIT CT offers free online resources as a service of the CT State Library. Here you will find journal, magazine, and newspaper articles for Connecticut public, K12, and academic libraries and their users. We also offer a collection of downloadable eAudios and eBooks for Connecticut residents with valid CT public library card numbers.
LibraryThing - Check out the library's recent acquisitions here. Search for a title or an author and view reviews by other LibraryThing members. Join an online discussion! Reviews by students are posted by the SKS librarian.