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Press Release

Dahlonega, GA

The New Library at Hidden Lake Academy enhances student learning.

Matt Paul, Director of Academics

September 5, 2006

On Friday, September 8, 2006, Hidden Lake Academy will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new administration building on campus which houses the new spacious library. According to Matt Paul, Director of Academics, “the academic program at Hidden Lake Academy is excited about the possibilities that this space will offer to both students and teachers alike.”

As the floor-to-ceiling windows invite the lush natural forest in, students have access to over 9,000 volumes of fiction and non-fiction to accentuate their learning. The library also houses subscriptions to current magazines, reference material, college information, audio/visual equipment, and media material. The learning environment is complimented by comfortable reading alcoves for studying.

In addition to the tangible materials, the new Library will also house an additional eighteen unit computer lab for student research and individual academic pursuit. Each computer will offer the Microsoft Office Suite as well as internet researching capabilities with access to Galileo and other academic tools. Hidden Lake Academy also participates in the PINES Borrowing System. Through this program, students gain access to materials from any library in the state of Georgia within a few days. HLA continually seeks ways to enhance student learning.

The Library’s new space also lends itself to accommodate up to two classes at a time for research or lecture. The academic department is energized with the possibilities this presents. A small conference room adjoins the Library for individual meetings or departmental training.

Hidden Lake Academy…opening minds and creating futures.


Nicole Fuglsang, MA, NCC, LPC
Director of Admissions/ Public Relations

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