The Archbishop Chapelle High School Library is a vibrant learning center staffed by two full-time personnel readily available throughout the school day. All library staff members work to foster student growth in the effective use of information resources.
The mission of the Chapelle Library is to provide students with a wide range of print and non-print resources and to teach them to use these resources effectively. Students receive individual and group instruction on the effective location, evaluation and utilization of all media. The library collection includes over 25,000 books, approximately 1500 videos and DVD’s and numerous online databases, all readily available for student use in the library, in the classroom and at home.
The library is open before school at 7:00AM and during lunch, and after school until 4:00PM, Monday through Friday.
EBSCO: Research Databases
Select Explora for Secondary Schools. This is the new EBSCO interface where you will perform a subject search. EBSCO has over 20 databases covering a wide range of topics for all subject areas.
Login and password will be provided at school. Select Advanced Search. Perform a keyword/subject search of your topic.
Jefferson Parish Public Library
Use your library card for access to public library resources.
Gale Database – www.GalePages.com
The Gale database includes over 13 popular products students can use for their researching needs. These digital offerings include everything from reference materials to magazines and newspapers. They can easily be accessed by our students anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
Catholic Resources on the Net
Archbishop Chapelle High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, or disability in violation of state law and federal law or regulation in administration of its education policies or programs.