photo by JBL Photography
WElcome to the achs library
We are open from 8:00am to 4:00pm Monday-Friday. We are fortunate to have a brand new collection of about 4,600 books, and the average age of our collection is 2006! The library also has eight student computers and wireless Internet access, and there are two conference rooms students can reserve for quiet work space. The library is a very popular place these days, so come on in and check it out!
~Ms. Killian and Ms. Williams
You Can Check Out eBooks With Overdrive!
OverDrive digital library allows students 24/7 online access to a digital collection of eBooks and audio books. Students browse the collection and check out titles online, and read in the browser with OverDrive Read, read on a Kindle device or within Kindle apps (U.S. only), or download to a wide variety of devices.
Using the new CME Math book?
Instructions for accessing the CME Math book on OverDrive
A great tool for creating notes, bibliographies and outlines.
Need help creating an account or using NoodleTools? Click here!
Art in the Library
Come check out the art from Mr. Pult-Vega's art students.
by Saray V.
by Heba S.
The beautiful dead by Christal C.
You can download your CME Math book if needed. Reading it in your browser is ideal, but if you don't have access to the Internet at home, you will want to download the book.
Social Studies, Government and Cultural Databases
ABC-CLIO is a group of 3 different databases. Find information about social studies, government, geography, wars, world issues, and different cultures here.
Math & Science Databases
Gale: Science In Context
This database links directly with Google. It has diagrams, experiments, biographies, timelines, videos and animations and new articles for biology, chemistry, computer science, earth science, environmental science, forensic science, marine science, mathematics, physics, space and astronomy, and weather a climate.
Read a REALLY GOOD BOOK lately?
Be sure to give us your opinion or recommendation of that book on our Student Book Review page. Students, teachers and staff are welcome to be the critics!