The Pigott Library is a central fixture in student campus life. Boasting 12,050 titles and a significant array of electronic resources, the library is a bright, light-filled gathering space for students. Built in 1971, the library is named for Mr. Paul Pigott, president of Pacific Car and Foundry Company (now PACCAR) from 1934 to 1961.
The library at Forest Ridge School supports the Goals and Criteria of the Sacred Heart Schools by:
- teaching research skills and critical thinking
- providing access to authentic resources
- integrating technology across the curriculum
- nurturing readers
Library hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.