The Carrollton High School Library Media Center exists to meet the informational needs of students, teachers, and community members. We are dedicated to providing users with information from any source in a timely and efficient manner. All users are welcomed and encouraged to take advantage of all resources.
The ability to find answers to questions and solve problems is a necessary skill. We are here to help students, faculty, and staff effectively and ethically locate and document information and multimedia sources.
Research services include:
Equipment available in the LMC for student use includes:
Teachers may also use the following:
We welcome your suggestions for additional equipment purchases. To submit your suggestion, email
Instructional collaboration is at the heart of library media services. From helping teachers plan lessons and find materials, to helping infuse technology and co-teach units, we love to work with you to meet your curricular goals.
Collaborative services include:
Our collection holds over 12,000 fiction and non-fiction print sources, including electronic books, reference materials, and professional teaching resources. To search for a book (print or electronic) in our collection, navigate to the Go Follett website online at: http://www.gofollett.com, select our school, and search for a title, author, subject, series, etc. To check out electronic books or place items in our collection on hold, simply create an account at the Go Follett website.
Additionally, we subscribe to both the Atlanta-Journal Constitution and the Times Georgian print and online newspapers and the following magazines:
We welcome your suggestions for additional book purchases and magazine subscriptions. To submit your suggestion, click HERE.
Digital literacy is a vital component of the 21st-century workplace. As such, technology should be embedded in everything we do at CHS. We can assist you with computer and internet basics, project creation,
Web 2.0 tools and much more.
Technology services include:
Lab / Quiet Study Space
Do you need space to study, read, work, or use a computer? The LMC is open and available for you to use daily from 7:10 a.m. - 3:10 p.m. We ask that you enter quietly and respect others also working or reading.
Students are required to have a pass to work or read in the library before, after, and during school hours. Food and drink are not allowed in the LMC. Classes using the lab area or presentation area have priority; however, students with a pass may use a computer or table during class, if available.
Teachers can reserve the computer lab area (35 computers) or the presentation area (seats 40) for class use. All reservations are recorded in the LMC Google Calendar. To accommodate all teachers and our increasing student population, we ask teachers to only reserve only one A-Day and one B-Day per month or if more than one day is necessary, reserve half blocks for no more than two consecutive A or B days. To reserve a space, sign-up in the Teacher Reservation Binder at the circulation desk or e-mail