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The Presidio Hill School library is a comfortable space for students, parents and teachers to find recreational reading materials and valuable resources for research.

We have more than 10,000 volumes including fiction, non-fiction, audiobooks, relevant reference, and age-appropriate periodicals. Our databases and catalog are available online for students to access as well.

We host an annual book fair, author visits, and various other book-related events. Our goal is to excite and inspire readers by providing students with the best quality books and materials available.

Students in transitional kindergarten through fifth grade visit the library once a week to participate in literacy-rich activities and choose “just right” books. Students in sixth and seventh grade attend a weekly media class where they learn digital-literacy and citizenship skills that will serve them in the future. Middle School students are encouraged to use library resources to assist with projects and other research-related activities.

In addition, Presidio Hill parents are invited to volunteer in the library; opportunities range from helping to organize library events to shelving books. And all families are invited to participate in our birthday book program.

With the recent expansion into our new library space, a maker/media room is now available to students and faculty. This new creation space allows students to make movies with the green screen, tinker with circuits, and much more.