Library and Media Center

Staff | Hours | Resources | Policies 

St. Croix Lutheran Academy's Library Media Center is an excellent resource with access to the latest research tools, fiction titles, and teaching materials as well as quiet study areas are available to students, teachers, and alumni.

Catalogs Students Teachers

Library / Media Center Staff

Betty Hochmuth


Phone: (651) 455-1521 ext. 135

Library / Media Center Hours

Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.*

* Closing time is often extended.

Library / Media Center Location

The library is accessible from both second and third hallways. 

Library / Media Center Resources

The Library Media Center provides students and staff with a vast array of materials and resources including:

  • 6,500 + Items in our Reference, Fiction, and NonFiction Collection
  • 4 Local Newspapers
  • 40 + Magazines
  • Educational Databases
  • 6 General Use Desktop Computers w/ 1 Black and White Printer
  • 1 Color Printer (50 cents/page)
  • Photocopier (10 cents/page)
  • 2 Group Study Areas

Library / Media Center Policies

Circulation Policies

  • Materials may be checked out by students with their student ID number.

Circulation Periods

  • Books (Fiction and Nonfiction): 3 Weeks
  • Vertical File Information: 1 Week
  • Magazines: Current Copy-Overnight, Archived Copies-1 Week
  • Reference Books: Due back before the following school day begins

Circulation Fines

  • Overnight Items: ten cents per class hour 
  • Weekly Items: ten cents per day

Student Access

  • Students are welcome to use the Library Media Center before school, between classes, and after school. Use during lunch periods is NOT permitted.
  • Teachers may reserve the 3 computer areas and also the library for student academic use.

Overdue Policies

Negative balance and overdue notices are distributed to students once per month by way of their email accounts. Attempts are made to inform parents when a negative balance is over $10.00. Students with overdue or lost items may not check out additional materials until they returned or pay for such items. Students who owe the library money or materials of $5.00 or more at the end of the first semester or have a negative balance at the end of the year, will have their report card and school transcripts held until their library account is in good standing.

Afton Sobasky, Class of 2014, D1 Scholarship Athlete, Bradley University
" Practices start with a devotion, always reminding me who I ultimately play for, and games start and end with prayer. "
- Afton '14