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Search for books in the GCHS Library
  • Click here to search our library!

    Once you click on the link above, you will need to select George County High School. Then you can use the “Find” tool to search for books using Keywords, Titles, Author, Subject, or Series.

    Be sure to check out Destiny Quest also!

    With Destiny Quest you can also search for books at GCHS and get new suggestions for similar books, see New Arrivals and the Top 10 Books based on checkouts at GCHS. 

  • Free Audiobooks
    If you are a fan of the popular Bluford High series, you can access 21 free audiobooks when you click on this link. The Bluford Series is a collection of young adult novels that focus on the lives of a group of high school students and their families. Topics are relevant to the lives of today’s students (family issues, friendship, trust, isolation, violence, peer pressure) and feature both male and female main characters. Whether you like mystery, suspense, romance, or a touch of the supernatural, the Bluford Series offers something for almost every reader. The books are short (less than 200 pages) and written in a highly readable style.
GCHS Library
  • Library Hours
    Monday- Friday

    7:20 am -3:15 pm

    The library is open to students before and after school and during lunch wave to check out books or work on assignments!

    Be sure to get a library pass prior to the time you need to go to the library from your teacher or Mrs. Ray.

    Students using the library during lunch waves will have to stay until the next bell rings.  

Teacher Resources
  • Crash Course classroom videos
    From courses from Astronomy to US History to Anatomy & Physiology, Crash Course offers a wide variety of quick-paced, imaginative videos aimed at learners of all ages. Crash Course playlists are available on YouTube, PBS Learning Media and their website thecrashcourse.com. Click the link to explore the amazing collection here, with new resources and courses added constantly to broaden the reaches of the Crash Course experience.
  • Google Classroom Training
    Google Classroom Fundamentals training to help you integrate Google in your classroom. Start and stop lessons at any time.

     If you choose to complete the entire course, you'll be ready to take the exam to become a Google Certified Educator Level 1.

  • Instructables.com
    Ideas for hands-on classroom projects
  • Newsela
    Daily news articles from leading publications at differentiated reading levels that include standards-aligned quizzing and writing prompts. Text sets allow you to assign just one article or a variety of articles within your chosen topic. 
  • SimpleK12 Teacher Learning Community
    SimpleK12 is the #1 Source For Professional Development For Teachers. CEUs are available.
  • Teaching Tolerance archives
    Teaching Tolerance resources are designed to help teachers improve their practice and turn schools into strong communities that welcome diversity, giving all students an opportunity to learn.
  • Magnolia Journal Alerts
    To quickly stay abreast of new publications, create journal alerts for your favorite academic and professional journals using Academic Search Premier.  Directions can be accessed by clicking on the link above. You will receive email alerts when a new issue is available.
  • Free Access to Professional Journals for Educators
    Stay informed with the latest developments in education. The following open access journals provide top-notch scholarly information available at no cost. Most of these journals are published just once or a few times a year, so subscribe to several so you can keep up-to-date on the latest research coming out of the field of education.
Favorite Links for Students (& Teachers Too)
  • ACT Prep Videos
    Get2College is a free resource to Mississippi students that provides FREE ACT workshops, FAFSA help, etc. Check out their videos with ACT Tips including strategies for each core subject as well as test taking tips. Click on this link for the ACT Prep Page & scroll down to ACT Tips.  Currently over 30 video links listed!


  • TeenReads.com
    Stay trendy with the latest and greatest in Young Adult fiction
  • TECHNOLOGY-RELATED WEBSITES
  • Adobe Spark
    Adobe Spark is a free online and mobile graphic design app. Easily create stunning graphics, web pages, and video stories 
  • Mozilla Thimble
    Thimble is a free online code editor that makes it easy to create and publish your own web pages while learning HTML, CSS & JavaScript.  

  • Pixton Comic Creator
    The world's most popular and easy to use comic and storybook creator
  • RESEARCH-RELATED WEBSITES
  • Helpful Hints for Researching with Magnolia
    Click here for directions on using the Magnolia website
  • Magnolia Electronic Databases
    Need help finding credible sources for your research paper/project?  Make Magnolia's collection of free online databases your first stop.
  • Infotopia
    For a Google-alternative safe search engine for research purposes, try Infotopia. The academic search engine pulls from results that have been curated by librarians, teachers and other educational workers.
  • Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material to assist with a variety of writing projects. This is a great resource for students struggling with the writing process!
  • Smithsonian's History Explorer
    An ideal source for students looking for research report material or for class presentations on history-related topics.
  • Sweet Search for Students
    An extensive list of recommended websites in a variety of subject areas for students to use in research 
Library News
  • ACT Study Guides available for student check-out. Please see Mrs. Ray to check out!
    • Cracking the ACT (The Princeton Review) 
    • ACT Elite 36 (The Princeton Review): specifically designed for those students with top ACT scores who are striving to reach a 36
    • ACT Science: 500 Questions to Know by Test Day
  • Keep up-to-date with Library happenings!
    Follow the GCHS Library on Facebook & Twitter @GCHSRebelsRead!!