The La Reina library is more than just a resource center.

The library is a space where students can gather for project work, tutoring, mentorship, and quiet study. La Reina faculty provide instruction on the use of organized collections of print, non-print, and digital resources to ensure that students are familiar with the many types of resources they need to be successful with any project.


Hours of Operation

The library is open from 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on most school days.



La Reina employs technology to support students' development of critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and innovation.

  • MacBook Air program for high school students
  • 1:1 iPad program in middle school
  • Apple TVs in all classrooms and meeting spaces to facilitate teacher and student collaboration
  • Secure wireless network throughout campus

La Reina students learn to use technology responsibly and ethically. They learn that a thoughtful person refrains from disturbing others with technology whether at school, home, or in a public setting. Teachers monitor student activity during class to prevent disruptive or inappropriate behavior. Additionally, students may not use their personal cell phones, school-issued iPads, or other electronic devices during Mass or assemblies, or during any community-wide gathering unless given permission.