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Smith's Hill High School

Smith's Hill High School

Promoting excellence in a spirit of trust and cooperation

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Our Library


The library is open from 8am until 2.45pm including recess and lunch.

Homework Hub in the library operates from 2.45pm until 4pm from Tuesday to Thursday each week.


Please visit the Smith’s Hill High School Library website. It is still under construction but already has many resources to support student learning and reading for pleasure. There are easy to follow guides to help you with study skills, organisation, internet research skills, accessing databases and more. Also there are guides to support you in learning more about developing as an independent reader including how to access our eBook and Audiobook library.

 The website can be found at:


  • All students can borrow five fiction books and five non-fiction books.
  • Students are encouraged to discuss their needs with the library staff, as we are all committed to students achieving their personal best in their studies.

To search the Oliver catalogue, click here:




Smith’s Hill High School Library encourages students to participate in the Premier’s Reading Challenge.

The Challenge opens on 1 March 2021. You must complete your online Student Reading Record by 20 August 2021 (11:59pm) to finish the Challenge. The Premier’s Reading Challenge booklist features over 11,000 titles, with more than 1,100 new titles added in 2021. Smith’s Hill High School Library has over 1,000 of these books in our collection and can be found under “Reading Lists – Premier’s Reading Challenge, Booklists 2019 (3-4), (5-6), (7-9)" or new titles. 


Smith's Hill High School Library contributes to student learning outcomes by providing services which support teaching and learning practices within the school.

Smith's Hill High School Library is well resourced with a comprehensive collection of fiction and non-fiction titles available for student and staff usage. We also have a large collection of study guides and periodicals.

Photocopying and printing facilities are available for students at a cost of 10 cents per sheet for black and white and 50 cents per sheet for colour.

There are study rooms available for students to use for study groups.  Please see Mr Jones to organise.

Here are some useful and interesting links, take a look:

State Library