Monday - Thursday, 7:00 - 4:00 p.m.
The library will be closed for faculty meeting at 3:00 p.m. on Sept. 2, Sept. 30, Nov. 4, Dec. 2, Jan. 6, Mar. 3, Mar. 31, May 5, and May 26.
Friday, 9:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Access Audio Books and Ebooks for Free! (Use your "Active Directory" login.)
You can also download the "Destiny Discover" App and access these free resources on your phone or tablet.
Book Lists--See "Copy Categories" tab in the Albion Library Catalog for lots of lists!
- Land Trust funds from the Utah Legislature permit the Albion Library to have extended hours, available to any student before and after school.
- This program allows the Library/Media Center to stay open from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Mon.- Thurs., 9:00 - 3:00 p.m., Friday.
- During these hours, students are welcome to use the library computer lab, do group work, complete research assignments, check out books, or work on homework.
- Math tutoring takes place in the library, Mondays - Thursdays. Find information about math tutoring here.
Library Open Access Disclosure
The library is an open access facility that contains a wide diversity of views and expression. We provide materials for many reading and maturity levels. Sometimes books found in the library may contain mature subject matter. Please use your best judgment and self-select books wisely. You have many advocates to help you make a decision. Your parents are an excellent resource in helping you choose a book.
Books are circulated for 14 school days. The fine for overdue books in 10 cents per day. Check your due date sticker to make sure you bring your book back on time! If you need a book for a longer period of time, be sure to come and renew your book!
Awards and Grants
- In 2016, the library received a $500 Utah Humanities grant to have a community book club featuring SL Tribune columnist and Utah author Eileen Hallet Stone.
- In 2015, the library received 2 Donors Choose grants, one for $819 and another for $862. The library also received a $250 100% for Kids grant. These grants provided activities and materials for the Albion Maker Space including Legos, Snap Circuits, Makey-Makey, Sphero ball and i-Pad, Dash and Dot robots and i-Pad, K-nexs, Little Bits, duct tape, and Perla beads.
- In 2014, the library received a $4,500 LSTA (Library Services and Technology Act) grant from fthe U.S. government for simultaneous access non-fiction e-books.
- In 2014, the library received a $1,500 UCET grant to help purchase 10 chromebooks to be used in remediation. In 2012, the library received a $1,400 UCET grant for i-pads and connections cords to be used in the library and other parts of the school. In 2010, the library received $1,300 UCET grant to purchase a student response, system for 40 students.
- In 2013, the library received a $250 100% for Kids grant for e-books for Kindles in curriculum areas.
- In 2012, the library received a $534 Donors Choose grant for 40 headphones for the library.
- In 2012, Albion Middle School also received a $10,000 Canyons Education Foundation grant for a multi-media cart containing 7 video recorders and 7 laptop computers with Adobe software.
- In 2011 the library received a $843 Donors Choose grant for 8 Digital Voice recorders for the library.
- In 2009, the library received a $524 Donors Choose grant for non-fiction graphic novels and high-interest books for the library.
- In 2008, the Albion Library received a $37,000 LSTA grant for a new computer lab, enabling the library to have a computer lab with 36 computers.