Media Center

The media center offers an extensive collection of materials for the secondary and post-secondary levels and continually evaluates the usefulness of its materials and the quality of its services. Certified personnel are employed to provide professional assistance for teachers and students in both the secondary and postsecondary programs.

Books
Select from our interesting collection of more than twenty thousand books.

Newspapers
Keep up to date with The Miami Times, and USA Today.

Magazines
Browse through copies of Auto week, PC Magazine, Popular Science, and much more.

Technical Books
An excellent selection of books related to your subject area that may be borrowed for a period of two weeks.

Reference Books
A specialized collection of auto manuals, occupational reference manuals, and more.

Recreational Reading
Paperback books to borrow for relaxing and reading

Computer Resources
Learn valuable computer skills using the varied computer resources available to you.

Internet Connections
Utilize the power of the computer and the resources of the World Wide Web to obtain information on many subjects. Online databases (via the school district, Florida Electronic Library, the Miami-Dade County Public Library System, and others) provide access to reliable research resources.

Automotive Manuals
With the Mitchell auto manuals on CD-ROM, searching for information on car repairs becomes an easy task.

Educational Tutorials
Self-paced learning programs for electronics, air conditioning, typing, and automotive test preparation are available to students.

Computer Applications
Use the media center computers to practice the skills learned in class.

Word Processing
Computers and printers are available for students to type reports and practice business letters.

Résumés
Utilize computers to prepare resumes and perform job searches.

Video Resources
There are hundreds of video titles related to electronics, computers, software applications, automotive repairs, television production, nursing, careers and job skills, and more. Students may select and view these videos in the library media center as a class assignment or on their own time.