The Library provides a wide array of resources and services to help you assist the student in your life with their exciting education journey. You may need an Orange County library card to access some of the resources. Get yours today!
If you'd like to add some excitement to your life, the Library offers entertaining and educational programs for children and teens, from birth through 18 years of age. Check out library programs for children or events for teens ages 13-18.
Join the Krew in a fun environment where you can unleash your creative genius. Build your own apps and video games, mix music, design graphics, build 3D models, explore electronics and much more!
In one easy step you can access your school's Accelerated Reader™/Reading Counts!™ lists online and check to see if the Library has the book you need. Then, order the books for home delivery or pick them up!
Browse booklists created from the recommendations of people like you! Enjoy books on a variety of topics like dinosaurs, football, friendship, weather, and more. There are even booklists based upon grade and age levels.
Uh oh! The novel you need to read for class is checked out! No problem, just download it from the Library. OverDrive offers over 150 classics and other titles commonly found on school reading lists. They're available to listen to on your computer or MP3 player, or to read on your laptop. Crisis averted!
Got FCAT? No problem! You can ace the test when you prepare using the math, science, and reading material found in this Virtual Gallery. View our FCAT tutorial to learn more about the FCAT and the test preparation resources the Library provides.
Designed for middle school and high school students, this gallery contains manuals, DVDs, fiction, online resources, and websites aimed at providing guidance and inspiration for the science fair. Explore the exciting interactive lab for science project ideas!
This LibGuide shows you all the steps of the research paper writing process including brainstorming, researching, and citing your work. You'll find materials, databases, and websites to help you get the job done.
If you're thinking about going to college but don't know where to start, we have resources that will show you the way! Chapters include topics like getting into college, college life, where and what to study, graduate school, and more.
Parents who need help developing their child's curriculum will love this eGuide. Explore subject sections on Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Foreign Language, and Health. Resources are also grouped by student age to help you easily find the right resource for your child.