Library Mission:

West Ranch High School is committed to challenging and motivating each student to achieve excellence and become a responsible and valuable member of society. Through relationships, rigor and relevance, West Ranch High School promotes integrity, distinction and vision.

West Ranch Library adheres to the Model School Library Standards for California in every project and collaboration offered in the library. Click here to view the standards.

Model School Library Standards for California


Support WR Library with your shopping!

Amazon Link for % donation to Library

At Least 5% of your Amazon purchases will help the West Ranch Library when you click on the link above.  

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Help West Ranch Library Purchase Books all year by joining the Target School Program!

Its super-easy to help West Ranch Library. All you have to do is use your Target ® Visa ® Credit Card or Target Credit Card. The West Ranch Library will receive a percentage of the amount of each purchase in the form of a cash donation from Target. This is a cash donation from Target through the Take Charge of Education Program. It’s easy. Visit Target Red Card or call 1-800-316-6142 to designate West Ranch High School Library . So if you are shopping at Target, please consider using your Target ® Visa ® Credit Card or Target Credit Card Thank you for those already supporting our library and helping to make our school a better place.

Honor a student or remember a loved one and help the Library with books! With our Honor with Books program.


Reading and Literature 

Reading 2013 Teen Read Week 2013 will be celebrated Oct. 2013! This year's theme is "Seek the Unknown @your library" as the theme for the 2013 Teen Read Week, which will be celebrated Oct. 13 - 19, 2013. Top Ten List for YALSA Summer Required Reading: AP, Honors Classes & English Novel List Student Book Reviews:

Library Science Students read one book a month as part of their responisblities and write a review: Student Book Reviews ________________Outstanding Books for the College Bound Check the American Library Association's recommendations and nominate your own for 2013 at the YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association) website.  ______________________________What Should I read next? Enter a book you like and What Should I read next will analyse their database of real readers' favorite books (over 20,000 and growing) to suggest what you could read next.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has put together lots of great Young Adult book lists Internet Public Library. You can choose from bestsellers, numerous booklists, classics or teen suggestions. I like that they include a picture of the book cover.