Library — Taylor Media Center

Welcome to the Taylor Media Center which includes the Kleinpeter-Gibbens Library and the adjoining technology center. The Kleinpeter-Gibbens Library is at the center of teaching and learning. The Library enhances our academic environment and supports the education of our students. The Librarian joins forces with the classroom faculty to teach our students information and technology literacy skills. The library, along with the adjoining technology center, is now referred to as the Taylor Media Center. 

The Kleinpeter-Gibbens Library offers our Saint Stanislaus community over 8,000 plus titles and eBooks. The Library also provides access to scholarly databases for all grades and subject areas.   

Study rooms make it possible for group study or project planning. Students have physical access to the services 24/7. All students may access the available computers and free printer access. 

Online database subscriptions

Library guide


The Saint Stanislaus Archives are housed in the Kleinpeter‐Gibbens Memorial Library, located in the Taylor Media Center on the second floor of the main building. The collection contains items documenting our school’s history, including yearbooks, photographs, scrapbooks, and more. 

If you have questions about the Saint Stanislaus Archives, a research request, or items you would like to donate, please contact Sam Doescher.

Saint Stanislaus Archives

Kleinpeter-Gibbens Library Dedicated

The library was dedicated in memory of Mr. Leon Kleinpter, Sr., 1913, and his wife Mrs. Lillian Gibbens Kleinpter. Their children Vincent, Ben, ’45, Tom, ’41, Mike and Mrs. Daniel Wray made the new library possible.

Bishop Brunini with Br. Pierre, president; Leon Kleinpeter, Jr., and Br. Lee, Principal, dedicate the new Kleinpeter-Gibbens Library on May 24, 1970