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There is a library on each campus, with thousands of books, magazines, newspapers, and DVDs in French and English. It's a place for students to visit each week during class time and it's also available twice a week after school for students and parents.
A book fair is held every Spring and Fall and we also host annual author-in-residence sessions, including book signings.
Ashbury campus librarian: Nadine Le Maître
Sausalito campus librarian: Marie-Noëlle Hendren
L'Heure du Conte • Story Telling
Teachers and staff, guided by our librarian, read and play stories to the children and their parents at our Sausalito Library
Middle school - High school
In the library, thousands of books, magazines, newspapers and computers are available for students, teachers and staff. Students can go there freely during the breaks, at lunch and after class. They can also use this space during projects with their class.
It allows to consult all of the library's documents (books, magazines, newspapers, websites curated for the school's public) and to check the availability of these documents.
On the catalog, the individual authentication is not available to students.
The school offers an access to the catalog of Overdrive: books and audiobooks in English.
The procedure is as follows :
- From a computer, go to https://www.overdrive.com
- From a smartphone or a tablet, download the Overdrive application
- Sign up
- Add the school’s library by its name: "Lycée français de San Francisco"
- Sign in with the login and the password used for the Lycée
- Follow the on-screen instructions
Two computers allow to consult the online subscriptions of the library:
- Le Monde
- Le Monde diplomatique
- Courrier international
- The Economist
- Alternatives Economiques
- The New York Times
- Pour la Science
- Philosophie Magazine
- Sciences Humaines