•  Welcome to the Miramonte Library  

    DATABASES (passwords available in the library or email Ms. Williams):  
    • ABC-CLIO
      • American History; American Government; Issues; World Geography; World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras; World History: The Modern Era
    • Britannica and Britannica Escolar
    • Gale
      • Gale Virtual Reference Library; Global Issues in Context; Opposing Viewpoints in Context; US History in Context; World History in Context; Science in Context; Scribner Writers; Literature Resource Center; Literature Criticism Online
    • ProQuest
      • Arts & Humanities; Business;General Research; Health Science & Nursing; History; Literature; News & Issues; Science & Technology; Social Sciences
    • Infobase (Facts on File) 
      • Classroom Video on Demand; Issues & Controversies; Today's Science; World News Digest; Bloom's Literature
    • Country Watch
      • Country Reviews, Data, News Wire; Map Gallery; Intelligence Briefings; Intelligence Wire; Elections Central; Global Guide/Global Issues; Political Intelligence Zone; Country Watch Video
    • Oxford Art Online
      • Grove Art Online, The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms, Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, The Oxford Companion to Western Art


    Monday                      Tuesday                    Wednesday              Thursday                   Friday

    7:30am – 5:30pm        7:30am – 5:30pm       7:30am – 5:30pm      7:30am – 5:30pm       7:30am – 4:30pm



    The library collection includes more than 20,000 print volumes, audiobooks, and DVDs. Students have access to six Macintosh and 30 PC computers, networked and wifi printers, and a photocopy machine that has scanning-to-email capabilities


    • Books are checked out for a 3 week period and may be renewed unless someone else is waiting.
    • Textbooks are available for in-library use.
    • Black and white printing is free. Color prints are $.25 / page. 
    • Conference rooms are checked out on a first-come, first-serve basis and have a 6 person capacity. 
    • Food and drinks are not permitted near the computers.
    • Remember, the library is a shared learning space and we ask that you treat the space, contents, staff, and students with the utmost respect.
    The primary mission of the MHS Library is to stimulate the intellectual curiosity of the individual student and to enrich the educational environment of the School by providing a comprehensive and up-to-date resource center that equips students with life-long learning skills enabling them to live as responsible global citizens.

     Our goals are: 

    • to support the academic curriculum and the school ESLRs with a carefully selected, well-balanced collection of traditional and electronic resources that offer access to information both within and outside the library;
    • to teach research, technology, digital citizenship, and media literacy skills and to support students in their research and technology use;
    • to inspire creative and critical thinking; and
    • to provide attractive, comfortable areas that promote a positive learning environment for every member of the school community for scholarly research, quiet study, collaboration, and recreational reading.