The Library Media Center located at Greenville High School serves staff and students in grades seven through twelve. The center provides an engaging learning environment for life-long learning and active participation in an information-rich society.
Students may use the Library/Media Center independently before, during and after school in addition to visiting it with their classes. Along with fourteen computer workstations the facility includes approximately 13,000 titles. The GHS Library/Media Center is a member of ACCESS PA providing students and staff the opportunity for expanded resources through the statewide interlibrary loan program.
|Resources:||Electronic Resources and Tools:|
|Periodicals (49)||The Electric Library|
|The Reference Shelf||Junior Discovering Authors|
|Facts on File||Exegy|
|Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature||ACCESS PA and ACCESS PA Power|
(6 daily papers and the Sunday N.Y.
| OPAC (card catalog)
| Encyclopedias (Grolier's,
McGraw Multimedia Encyclopedia of
High School Library/Media Center is a force for excellence in education.
It reflects the goals and philosophy of the Greenville Area School District and
advocates the concept of intellectual freedom. The Library/Media Center
staff with faculty integrates classroom learning activities across the
|Resources and instruction in the skills necessary for students to become independent, lifelong learners, as well as discerning readers, viewers and listeners.|
|Opportunities for an active partnership with teachers and administration in working toward common instructional goals.|
|Resources that allow learning to go beyond the confines of a textbook, unlimited by the boundaries of an individual library.|
|A place within the school where curriculum-related and leisure-oriented resources are available for the school community.|
|A gateway to information as it becomes available to ensure productive use of emerging technologies by students and staff.|