Need help with research? Databases provide up-to-date and credible research materials for papers, projects and presentations, including eBooks, encyclopedias, full-text newspapers and periodicals, images, videos, audio as well as interactive maps. You may access the following databases online 24/7 from a browser anywhere!
Access the library catalog from any web browser! The library also has two computers dedicated to search the library catalog. You can search by keyword, title, author, subject or series. Bring Your TCHS ID card to the library in order to check out materials. Generally, students can keep books for two weeks.
Research databases provide credible research materials for papers, projects and presentations, including ebooks, encyclopedias, full-text newspapers and periodicals, images, videos, audio as well as interactive maps. You may access the databases online 24/7 from a browser anywhere! Read More
• Report damages that are not marked immediately.
Skim through the book(s) and look for water damage, stains, torn or missing pages, pen or pencil marks, bent cover/corner, etc. If you find any of these, report it to the library staff so you are not responsible for the damage(s). • Cover your textbooks
Video by Howcast • Keep books away from water. Read More
Congratulations, next year’s AP and Honors students!
If your class requires textbooks for summer work and you are not going to buy the books, bring your ID card to check out the AP/Honors textbooks during Jun 12-13 from 1-4 pm. All damage fines and overdue items must be addressed before new textbooks will be issued. Check the Aeries website under “fines and fees.” Read More