It is the mission of the SBHS Library Media Center to ensure that all students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. This includes having the ability to efficiently and effectively locate, evaluate, and use various forms of information. This mission is accomplished by: Providing intellectual and physical access to resources in multiple formats; providing instruction to foster competence and stimulate interest in reading, viewing, and using information and ideas; and collaborating with other educators to infuse information literacy skills into classroom instruction.

Print Resources

  • Fiction Books
  • Non-Fiction Books
  • Magazines
  • Research Resources
  • ​Writing Center

The SBHS Library Media Center has a wide variety of print resources for all of your reading and researching needs.  

Let us know what new content you would like to see in the library by adding to our Wish List


Can't find what you need in print?  Need additional resources and helpful tools?  Try our useful links and eResources.  


  • Green Screen
  • Podcast Kit
  • TV/DVD Check-out
  • TV/VCR Check-out
  • Projector Check-out
  • Print Center
  • Multi-Media Check-out
  • DVD, VHS, Audio Book Check-out

The SBHS Library Media Center offers a new world of opportunities to engage learners.  Our technology services will enhance student learning, projects and collaboration.

Study Space

  • Classroom Space
  • Small Groupwork Areas
  • Individual Study Space
  • Private Testing Room

The SBHS Library Media center is a Learning Commons where individual students, small groups, and entire classrooms can use our various spaces to study, read, collaborate, complete homework, and much, much more.  Students can use the library during their open periods, and teachers can reserve the library here .  

After School Program

  • Homework Help
  • Academic Skill Building
  • Safe and Engaging Environment
  • ​Accountability

The After School Program is hosted in the SBHS Library Media Center very Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:15-5:15pm.  
For more information, contact program leader, Danelle Johnson, at 605-347-2686.