Grafton High School Library
GHS library services enrich and support the curriculum, mission and expectations of Grafton High School with a variety of print and electronic resources. Library resources also address the many intellectual and social needs of students, faculty, and staff.
The library is open from 7:10am until 2:10pm. Students may visit the library before and after school, at lunch, and during the school day by arrangement with teachers and Mrs. Keller. Students may come during Advisory with a librarian-issued pass. Students must e-mail Mrs. Keller before 9:30am to request a pass. The amount of passes are limited.
Please note, the library is closed during Second lunch.
Advisory Schedule for Monday, February 11th until Friday, February 15th.
Monday - No advisory G-term meetings.
Tuesday - No advisory. 11th grade G-term shopping.
Wednesday- No advisory. 10th grade G-term shopping.
Thursday- No advisory. 9th grade G-term shopping.
Friday- Open for students.
Materials are signed out before they are taken from the library and should be returned by the assigned due date. Overdue reminders are issued, but there are no overdue fines.
To book the library or the library Mac lab, please use SuperSaas.
GHS Library Electronic Resources
Finding a book
GHS ONLINE CATALOG
What books do we have? Other materials? Access the GHS Library collection through Destiny, our library program.
Grafton Public Library
Our town library and all its valuable resources.
Boston Public Library
Access the collection of one of the greatest public libraries in the country, and sign up for your own BPL card: eCards are virtual library cards that allow users immediate entry to all of Boston Public Library's remotely-accessible electronic resources, including magazine databases, downloadable audio, video, e-books, and music.
e-books from InfoBase Publishing
e-books on literature, careers, and education. Ask in the school library for the username and password to access this e-book collection. Click here for login information
Salem Literature Online
Includes Themes: Coming of Age; Dystopia; Nature and the Environment; Technology and Humanity. Authors: Atwood, Austen, Fitzgerald, Hawthorne, Miller, Orwell, Steinbeck. Works: The Catcher in the Rye; Death of a Salesman; The Great Gatsby; The Joy Luck Club; Pride and Prejudice; Slaughterhouse-Five, To Kill a Mockingbird. Click here for login information
A single link to all the Gale databases provided by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and the Massachusetts Library System.
APS Physics Database A suite of Physics databases. They are for in school use only.
Coverage of the most studies Authors and their works
Issues and Controversies
Detailed indexing for each issue.
Detailed indexing for each issue.
New York Times
Full-text NYT articles, 1980 - current.
Encyclopedia Britannica High School Edition
Online edition of this great encyclopedia, includes read-aloud featureOnline edition especially made for middle school students.Encyclopedia Britannica Spanish Reference Center
Includes Enciclopedia Moderna, a Spanish reference center for high school students, and Escolar Online, geared to younger studentsPopular DatabasesEnvironmental Studies and Policy-a Gale database
Environmental issues and policy, multiple viewpoints including perspectives from the scientific community, governmental policy makers, and corporate interests.Literature Resource Center-a Gale database
Search for authors' biographical information, overviews, full-text literary criticism and reviews on nearly 130,000 writers in all disciplines, from all time periods and from around the world.Science In Context- a Gale database
Science topics including earth and life science, space, technology, mathematics, and science history and biography
Grafton High School Yearbook Archive is Now Online
The Grafton Public Library, in partnership with Grafton High School, has digitized a collection of Grafton High School yearbooks. To view the complete scanned editions for 1952-2013, please visit https://archive.org/details/graftonpubliclibrary. Additionally, the 1940 yearbook has been scanned as well.
Yearbooks are scanned in full color from 1980 on and can be read in a variety of formats on a computer, smartphone, or Kindle. The full page scans are not currently searchable; volunteers are needed to index the contents (i.e. enter the names of the students). GHS graduates with yearbooks dating from 1941-1951, or prior to 1940, are invited to loan their yearbooks for the scanning project.
The project was completed by the Boston Public Library and funded by a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant administered by the Digital Commonwealth, an online library of photographs, manuscripts, recordings, and other materials of historical interest from libraries, museums and archives in Massachusetts. Projects are hosted on the Internet Archive website. The scanning project is part of an ongoing effort to increase digital content and to make the Library mobile and accessible to Grafton residents 24/7, wherever they are.
For more details, to volunteer your time, or to loan your yearbooks, please contact Beth Gallaway, Library Director, at 508-839-4649 or by email at email@example.com.
GHS Yearbooks Are Now Online!
GHS and the Grafton Public Library have worked together to get our old yearbooks online. The following is information on the project from the Grafton Public Library. Take a look!