If you're writing a research paper, looking for leisure reading material, or just want a place to study or spend time with friends, you will find what you need at the Yuma High Library. The library has an online union catalog which gives students access to Yuma, Kofa, Cibola, Gila Ridge, and San Luis library holdings. All library computers have internet access and wi-fi is also available. The library provides free access to full-text online databases to aid students with research. Students may utilize these online databases from any device with internet access. One-on-one research help is also available from our librarian.
The Yuma High School Library has an impressive collection available for students, staff, and faculty. Our print book collection consists of a fiction collection, non-fiction collection, biography section, WWII collection, Spanish section, and career resources section. We are also proud to have the largest graphic novel collection in the district! In addition to our print books, the library has ebooks, magazines, and journals.The library provides a variety of services to help students meet their academic needs, including: copies, document scanning, computer use, and Interlibrary loan (ILL).
Come in and let our friendly and highly qualified staff help you get the most out of your library experience.
Phone (928) 502-5222
Fax (928) 502-5343
The mission of the library media program is to ensure students are effective users of information by providing intellectual and physical access to materials in all formats; by providing instruction to foster competence and stimulate interest in reading, viewing and using information and ideas; by working with other educators to design learning strategies to meet the needs of individual students.
We are happy to provide Internet access in our school library. We ask that all students use the Internet responsibly. Our staff will monitor all student computer use to help insure that all Internet use is academically appropriate. If a student violates the library's policies, he/she may permanently lose library computer privileges.