Library services for high schools

High school teachers and students are welcome to visit, borrow and make use of our resources and facilities at any of our campuses. We also offer a range of online research and digital literacy resources to help prepare you for further study.

Join the Library

Teaching staff and senior students from any local NSW and Victorian schools may:

  • use Primo Search to locate resources and borrow up to 5 items from a campus local to you;
  • access the Learning Commons during opening hours to access a range of quality databases from the Library and use our printing, copying and scanning facilities.

Year 11 & 12 students must complete a School Agreement with us. Teachers may join free of charge as a community member.

See our website for more information about joining the library.

Registered Schools

The following local secondary schools are registered with the Library.

Can’t see your school listed? Contact the Library for more information.

Registered Schools
  • Albury High School
  • Denison College of Secondary Education, Bathurst High Campus
  • Denison College of Secondary Education, Kelso High Campus
  • Dubbo College - Senior Campus
  • James Fallon High School - Albury
  • Kildare Catholic College - Wagga Wagga
  • Kinross Wolaroi School - Orange
  • MacKillop College – Bathurst
  • MacKillop College – Port Macquarie
  • Macquarie Anglican Grammar School - Dubbo
  • Mount Austin High School - Wagga Wagga
  • Newman Senior Technical College - Port Macquarie
  • Orange Christian School
  • The Riverina Anglican College – Wagga Wagga
  • Scots All Saints College – Bathurst
  • Skillset Senior College – Bathurst
  • St Columba Anglican School – Port Macquarie
  • St Joseph's Regional College - Port Macquarie
  • St Stanislaus' College – Bathurst
  • Trinity Anglican College – Albury
  • Wauchope High School

HSC & VCE Support

We have created the following guides with study and research tips, as well as, links to past exams to help students prepare for the HSC and VCE:

These Resource guides are not intended to replace advice from your school.

Online video tutorials and workshops

Hone your research skills by registering for one of our free Online Library Workshops or DIY with these online video tutorials.

Use our self-paced Your Digital Life tutorial to learn how to participate, promote and protect yourself online.

Contact us to find out more and keep up to date with library happenings by following us on Social Media.