ECA Library

Our Mission

The ECA Library Learning Center is a modern learning space. We collaborate with students and staff to encourage self-directed learning, creation of knowledge, ethical use of information, innovation, personal interests, and a sense of global connectedness.

My name is Adam Smee, the Library Director at ECA. I bring a passion for reading and years of experience and knowledge to serve ECA. Similarly, I look forward to exhibiting the best our resources have to offer for our community. ECA has one of the best school libraries in the Caracas area, and I invite parents and students to take advantage of this very complete resource at your disposal. We have resources in both English and Spanish that can be checked out, as well as a variety of digital resources to support learning and knowledge. For updates about what is happening in the library, please check the ‘Library Matters’ newsletter, which will be updated once a month with goings on and important information about upcoming events. For specific inquiries, please contact us at

Welcome to ECA! The library is ready to support students and parents. Best regards.
Adam SmeeECA Library Director,

ECA Library and Media Staff

Using The Library

Nursery – Grade 3: These students must be accompanied by a parent to come to the library after school. No visits allowed on Wednesday afternoons due to teacher meetings.

Grades 4 – 5: For after school visits, students must bring a parent permission note to the office at the beginning of the day in order to be issued a pass to use the library after school. Otherwise they should be accompanied by a parent.

Grades 6 -12 are required to bring a Library Pass during learning times, and must sign in and out.

Borrowing Books

Elementary Students are encouraged to have books in their hands. We permit even Nursery students to check out up to two books. Other students may have up to four checked out before we ask for returns.

Secondary Students may sign out a maximum of 10 library materials. Books may be signed out for 3 weeks. Back issues of magazines may be borrowed for 1 week.

Parents may register at the library to borrow a maximum of 10 items. Books may be borrowed for 2 weeks and back issues of magazines for 1 week.

Borrower responsibilities: No fines are charged for overdue materials. However, no additional materials may be borrowed until overdue materials have been returned. Report cards are withheld from students with outstanding library obligations. Replacement charges are assessed for lost or damaged library materials.

Library Resources

The library has the following collections:

  • circulating books, both print, ebooks and audiobooks
  • magazine/periodical subscriptions
  • AV materials
  • Makerspace and 3D printer
  • graphics (print sets, maps, posters, and vertical file materials)
  • Internet access and many subscription databases