Secondary School Library

Our secondary library welcomes students for moments around reading and researches.

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The Secondary School library contains over 18 000 works in 15 languages, comics, CDs and DVDs in most of the taught languages, 16 computer stations, print magazines, and two large electronic tablets for accessing digital newspapers.

The library’s holdings are listed in a digital catalogue which can be accessed off-site by going to the BNL website. (link

Incorporated into the library’s physical design is a work area with 10 computer stations and a projector and whiteboard for teachers’ use.

The library helps organize and host literary events, author talks, and activities designed in collaboration with the teachers.  Additionally, the library has available resources for the BAC and Pre-BAC.

Each student may borrow up to 3 books for a maximum period of 3 weeks. Students are welcome to use the library spaces for study or for some relaxing reading. 

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Invitations to authors and writers, visits from journalists for Press Week, book exhibitions, round table discussions, and even some friendly competitions are among the many events that the library organizes. A variety of book-centered activities help keep students inspired by reading.

For the Secondary School library, attracting the attention of its young and adolescent readers and encouraging them to develop their own tastes and literary preferences is a true motivation behind all its events and activities.

Library rules

The library is a space dedicated to reading and study. A variety of holdings including book, comics, reference materials, and audiovisual and computer resources are available to all the students.

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To help make the library a comfortable workspace for everyone, respecting the quiet environment, including silencing any mobile phones, is required.

Teachers wishing to work with a class or group of students may use the study room, which is equipped with computers.

With their student card, each student is allowed to check out up to three books for a maximum period of three weeks. Reference materials may not be checked out and must stay in the library for everyone’s use.

By checking out a book, students take responsibility for that item and must return it to the library on time and in good condition. If an item is lost or damaged, families will be asked to pay the replacement charge.

To maintain a clean environment, eating and drinking is not permitted in the library. Library areas must be kept orderly, books must be put away, and study tables must be clear of any papers or trash.

The number of computer stations is limited. Before using the computers, please get permission from a teacher or a librarian.

All rules, as explained in the school regulations, also apply to the library. 

Hours and information

The library is open to all members of the school community, every day from 8H00 to 16H30.


Library contacts

+352 273 224 4115

Library responsible : Anastasia THEODOROU

Library assistant : Isabelle PIERARD