The Frisch School library,
located at the center of the Frisch School, is the gathering place for students both to study individually and to get together with a group of classmates to collaborate on projects. Our librarian is Mrs. Beverly Geller.
The collection, which now numbers over 15,000 volumes on both secular and Jewish topics, is geared towards the curriculum and strives to complement and supplement what the students are studying in class.
The library has subscriptions to more than 25 periodicals, also includes over 350 DVD/VHS recordings. Access to databases is also provided, as well as a 10-user license for the Bar Ilan Responsa CD-ROM.
We also subscribe to the web-based Bar Ilan Responsa which is available from school and home. The link to the web-based Bar Ilan is http://www.responsa.co.il/. Please see the librarian for username and password for off campus login.
The catalog is available on any computer in the school, as well as
through the OPAC in the library. There are 12 computers for student use in the library.
Online Catalog: http://tfs.scoolaid.net
Note: Hebrew searching is available.
In addition, The Frisch School has arranged for parents, faculty and students to access eLibrary from home and school. This service provides on-line access to books, periodicals and other research materials.
For your user name and password information, please contact
If you have problem accessing the eLibrary and you have username and password, please contact
A new resource is the e-book version of the new Encyclopaedia Judaica.
Please see the librarian for the password.
Another great resource for Torah Studies is the following website which features links to a multitude of free Jewish sources online: FREE PRIMARY JEWISH SOURCES AND RESOURCES ON THE INTERNET. Citation Guide