Secondary Library

The secondary school library is the physical center of student life on campus. The intersection of formal instruction and informal learning, the library is used for individual and group study, curricular research and pleasure reading. A core collection of books, periodicals, CDs and DVDs is supplemented by extensive digital resources that can be accessed on or off-campus.

Secondary Library Staff

Laurie Lew
English Teacher



    Ko Seung-Yeon
   Library Assistant 


Margie Llinas
Academic Technology Coordinator




Oakwood Required Summer Reading-at-a-Glance 2021

7th Grade Humanities: Candace Fleming, The Family Romanov and Kiku Hughes Displacement

8th Grade Humanities: Sherman Alexie, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian

9th grade E 300   John Steinbeck  East of Eden

10th grade E 400  Marjane Satrapi Persepolis, Vols. 1+2 

11th grade E 500    Louise Erdrich The Round House 

11th grade Honors E 500H) Toni Morrison, Song of Solomon and Louise Erdrich The Round House
12th grade:
OAS Lit (E 602)  Lisa Ko, The Leavers: A Novel & Edith Wharton, The Age of Innocence

OAS Lang (E 603)  Ta-Nehisi Coates, Between the World and Me

Modern American Lit (E 647)   Philip Roth, Goodbye, Columbus

Science Fiction (E 650)  Margaret Atwood, The Heart Goes Last

Truth & Fiction (E 678)   Russell Banks, Rule of the Bone


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Oakwood Secondary Campus 818-732-3000
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