Take a hand in helping the library develop its collection. Is the library missing a book that you would like to read? Fill out this form to request books and other materials.
Help us find books that you want to read!
This search tool will provide results from both the Dixie High School library as well as the Washington County School District Online Library. To download and read/listen to Online Library titles on your Android or Apple device, download the Sora app.
Follow the story of Lei as strives for justice for her kidnapped mother. Explore the first title of a trilogy that features an eastern, female, LGBTQ protagonist. Start reading now to be ready for the Natasha Ngan’s third installment set to be released fall 2021.
To reserve this or any other title in the library, please click here.
If you would like to use our new laser engraver, come to the media center and talk to Mr. Huddleston or email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hours: Monday – Friday 7:45 am – 3:15 pm. If you need assistance outside of these hours, please contact Mr. Huddleston (email@example.com) to make arrangements.
Books and other materials are be checked out for a two week period. Checked out books can be renewed two times.
Students can check out up to five items at a time.
Remember, the library staff are here to help you in any way we can. Please reach out to us if there is anything we can do to help.
Utah’s Online Library (UOL) is a resource that is available to all Washington County School District students. It provides access to a variety of highly valuable resources that students are encouraged to use both academically and personally.
Students can access UOL by clicking here. When accessing UOL from off-campus, students will need a username and password. Please email Mr. Huddleston (firstname.lastname@example.org) for this information. A video tutorial on how to use UOL will be uploaded soon.
350 East 700 South
Saint George, Utah 84770
Our mission at Dixie High School is to develop capable, caring, contributing graduates who exemplify the school's historic motto: "Pace Deo a posse Ad esse" or "From possibility to reality."