We are better TOGETHER.
Student outcomes improve when the community is involved. Parents, educators, the public library, local businesses, foundations, and non-profits can partner with school libraries to support literacy.
We are honored to partner with the Henrico County Public Library to provide even MORE resources to our families. All you need is a FREE Henrico County Public Library card!
A Henrico County Public Library card allows you to:
- Check both print books and eBooks, audiobooks, movies and more
- Access premium online articles and information
- Use a computer at our libraries
- Reserve a study room
- Renew in person, by telephone or online
- Place a hold on items and choose which location to pick them up
Your library card is good at all of the Henrico County Public Library locations.
If you do not have a public library card, you may apply for a Henrico County Public Library card in the following ways:
- Online Form- Register online by using our online registration form and come to one of our locations with your photo ID and proof of current address.
- In-person- Visit any of the Henrico County Public Library branchesand fill out a library card registration form.
- Pre-register- Pre-register by printing the registration form, ( Formulario de registración) fill it out, then bring it to any of our branches.
Customers under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to obtain a library card. You need to provide a photo ID and proof of current address. If your driver’s license lists your correct address that is all you’ll need.
Please contact Debbie Benson by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 501-1631 with questions.
Authors, Book Fairs and Professional Development, Oh My!
Our friends at bbgb bookshop partner with us to bring award-winning authors to our schools, to deliver personalized book fairs, and to provide consultation for collection development.
We are honored to partner with the Henrico Education Foundation, who provides funding for grants to develop innovative programming and cultivate literacy.
Our School Libraries partner with Goodwill in their mission to contribute to empowering individuals and creating prosperous communities, by managing “book digs” to build individual classroom libraries in each of our schools.