The San Francisco Waldorf High School Library provides a dynamic learning environment with a wide range of resources, programs, and services for all members of the school community.
The library collection includes more than 3,500 books, 37 magazines, journals and newspapers; CDs, DVDs, videos, audiocassettes and maps; and access to the full-text of thousands of periodicals through our numerous library databases.
The library also features an online catalog, accessible both on and off the campus; a self-checkout computer system that allows students and faculty members to have full access to library materials during the entire school day; and, a color printer and a scanner.
Throughout the year, the librarian presents a "Meet the Author" program series . Since September 2006, numerous authors have addressed the student body including: the Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz; Zlata Filipovic, author of Zlata's Diary and Stolen Voices; U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky; Benjamin Ajak, one of the lost boys of Sudan; Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and Director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History; Greg Mortenson and civil rights activist, educator, and author Melba Pattillo Beals.
The library also contains computers for library research; comfortable study spaces for groups engaged in project work and tutoring sessions; as well as quiet spaces for individual students to read, do homework, and relax.
For more information, please contact the librarian, Mary Anne McGill by e-mail or phone at 415-213-6122