• Library 
     The Mission of the Vista Murrieta High School Library is to create a supportive learning environment that fosters an appreciation of literature, information literacy, and lifelong learning.


    Monday Through Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    Late Start Days: 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    Minimum Days/Finals: 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

    E-Books are Here! 



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    Library E- Catalog

    Access and View the E-Catalog for materials available in the VMHS Library. View Teacher Resource Lists for classroom reading assignments or suggested reading. Click on Resource Lists - Public Lists Tab.


    Renew Your Library Books By Email
    To renew library books click here
    Be sure to put RENEW in the subject line and your first and last name in the message.  You will receive a confirmation email in return with your new due date.
    If you DO NOT RECEIVE confirmation, your email did not go through.
    Please call or go to the library to renew your book.


    Contact Information
    Mrs. Cagigas and Mrs. Monterosso
    Library Media Technicians
    894-5750 ext. 6760


    Our school library is more than just books. It's a learning hub with a full range of print and electronic media that support student achievement. These resources include books, magazine, audio books, videotapes, computers, databases, and much more.

    A current Vista Murrieta High School student I.D. card is required in order to check out textbooks and library books. Library books are checked out for a four week period, and may be renewed for an additional four weeks. Notices are sent to students with overdue books, who are not permitted to check out any further materials until the overdue item is returned. When students are using a computer they must display the I.D. card with their Internet Permission clearly marked.

    The library has a electronic card catalog, which also provides access to academically sound web sites that are linked to the school curriculum. In addition to fiction and non-fiction titles, students can access an online periodical database from the library, from classrooms, and from any home computer with internet access. The database contains full-text articles from current editions of newspapers and magazines, such as Time and Newsweek. Students can get access information from the Library Front Desk.


Last Modified on October 23, 2017