St. Francis High School partners with ESCO to provide and online one-site bookstore for course materials. Students may purchase books from other sites, but the ISBN must be an EXACT match to the ISBN listed on our ESCO bookstore. However, due to publisher restrictions, some books/ebooks may only be purchased through ESCO.
The online bookstore will open May 1 to accommodate students’ need to purchase summer reading and summer school materials. Fall textbook and workbook materials are available beginning July 1.
Do I have to purchase my books from ESCO?
St. Francis High School partners with ESCO to provide an online site bookstore for course materials. Students may purchase books from other sites, but the ISBN must be an EXACT match to the ISBN listed on our ESCO bookstore. Unfortunately, due to publisher restrictions, some books/ebooks may only be purchased through ESCO.
To see our current book list for 2016-2017, click here.
Why can’t all my eBooks be downloaded and viewed offline?
There are some publisher restrictions on the downloading of books. Most of our electronic books can be downloaded on the Shelf It app. To see which books can be downloaded, look for the word “download” on the shelf.
I don’t see an image in Shelf It for the math or science eBook, where are they?
Click on the book on your shelf named “External eBooks”.
I am trying to access my eBook, but it is not on my shelf. What do I do?
Please check that the account you are logging in with is the same account you used to purchase the book. If a parent/guardian purchased the book through their email account/password, the student will need to use that same account information to access their book. For questions, please contact ESCO directly: 866-604-3726
If I have customer service issues about my order, who do I contact?
St. Francis has a personal customer service number at ESCO. Please feel free to contact them regarding order concerns or issues accessing eBooks. 866-604-3726. You can also send them an email to email@example.com.
Where can I find a listing of the Summer Reading Books and Summer Math Packets?
All summer reading documents and summer math packets can be accessed by clicking here.
If I have general questions, who should I contact at St. Francis?
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