High School Students
What to Read Next | General Research | College Prep | Driving | Language Learning
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CLOUD901 is the Library’s state of the art Teen Learning Lab with a sound recording studio, video lab, and more.
Teen Innovation Centers
Creative spaces for teens to engage, collaborate and explore with each other through STEAM technology, literacy-based programming, and networking.
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(e-Books, e-Audiobooks, e-Magazines)
You can check out ten titles at a time per library card. Titles automatically return after 21 days or you can return them early.
Simultaneous Use: Most titles have a limited number of copies that can be checked out at one time. These Simultaneous Use copies can be checked out to an unlimited number of people at one time.
what to read next
teen READING LISTS
Visit our Teen Reading List page for all sorts of award winners and recent additions. Each list includes links to our Catalog so you can check availability and place holds.
(Emailed Book Suggestions)
Knowing what to read next can always be a challenge. Our Teen librarians produce a monthly newsletter with book suggestions for teens.
- View the most recent Teen BookLetters
- Sign up to receive this by email:
BOOKS AND AUTHORS
Answer the age-old question, “What do I read next?” Search and match reading interests to books, authors, genres, or topics.
(GALE IN CONTEXT)
Explore thousands of topics across subjects including literature, science, history, and social issues using different sources.
Educators: On the start page, scroll to the bottom to access Educator Resources including Curriculum standards and research tips.
HIGH SCHOOL EDITION
Search magazines, journals, newspapers, and reference on a range of topics. Best for middle- and high-school students.
the new york times – learning network
Access The New York Times through the Library website and gain access to “The Learning Network”. This special section of the digital edition of The New York Times provides lesson plans, writing prompts, articles and questions pulled from current headlines. Connect to the New York Times below. Then access The Learning Network by selecting the menu button at the top-left, pointing to “More”, and selecting “The Learning Network”.
(GALE IN CONTEXT)
Find overviews, news, and opinions on hundreds of today’s important social issues.
Educators: Visit Gale Support to access Opposing Viewponts project ideas, tip sheets, and more.
Also, once you access Opposing Viewpoints, you can scroll to the bottom of the page and select Educator Resources for more information.
World Book Advanced
A powerful reference tool that includes full encyclopedic and multimedia databases supplemented with online books, primary sources, website links, back in time articles, special reports and more.
Educators: Click “For Educators” at the bottom of the screen and then select “Educator Tools” for Curriculum Correlations, Lesson Plans, and Webquests.
Explore this database of encyclopedias and reference sources within the Gale eBooks platform. For multidisciplinary research.
Find information on AP, ACT/SAT test preparation, scholarships, virtual tours of campuses, and more.
Study for driving tests, motorcycle tests, and CDL tests. Take practice tests, obtain official manuals, and more.
Provides a fun, effective, and engaging experience for learners of all levels looking to build their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in a foreign language. Combining extensive courses and supplemental resources for over 100 languages, including English, Transparent Language Online is the most complete language-learning system. [Learn More]
literature and poetry
Access literary works and authors throughout history, including full-text poems, plays, short stories, speeches, and more.
Access information on the latest developments across a range of scientific disciplines. Updated daily.
Peterson’s test and Career Prep
Search thousands of college and graduate schools, identify scholarships, take practice tests, create resumes, and explore careers.
A premier online learning resource offering more than 3,400 courses covering technical skills, creative techniques, business strategies, personal finance, and more.
We have pulled together this information in the hopes of creating a clearer picture of just who we vote for and when we vote for them. For each office, we aim to answer a few questions. Who? Area Served? Term Limits? Next Election? During election season, we’ll also include links to campaign websites and facebook pages.
Visit our Learn page for more topics not specifically aimed at High School students but may be helpful nonetheless. Topics include job and career, history, health, personal finance, and more.
Visit or call the Library or submit a question online.
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