Welcome to the JCB Library

  • Search Our Print Collection

    Students may borrow up to four items at a time from our print collection which includes print books, audiobooks, and DVDs.  
    >> Directions on how to log in to access the print collection


    Search Our Digital Collection

    Students may borrow up to three items at a time from Sora, our digital collection, which includes ebooks and digital audiobooks. 
    >> Directions on how to access the digital collection


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  • Join the Library Advisory Board!




    Do you have ideas for library programming or events? Or, are you a big reader and have ideas for books the library should purchase? The Library Advisory Board might be the club for you!


    The Library Advisory Board (LAB) consists of up to 15 members, including a president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer. These individuals meet virtuallly during four after-school periods throughout the school year to assist Ms. Regitano with all things library, including book selection and planning library programming and events. More meetings are available for those who would like them, but they are not required.





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  • JCB Library Vision

    The JCB High School Library is a center of engagement that: 

    • leads in the promotion of a culture of literacy, critical thinking, and innovation;
    • reflects, embraces, and uplifts the diversity of members of our school and community at large; and
    • serves as safe spaces to think, create, share, and grow.


    JCB Library Mission

    The mission of the John C. Birdlebough High School Library is to support and facilitate the development of all members of our school community by:

    • providing the resources, educational experiences, and spaces needed to think, create, share and grow in the changing global environment;
    • collaborating with faculty and staff to teach multiple literacies;
    • committing to the continuous process of reflecting and establishing inclusive, equitable, and anti-bias/anti-racist policies and practices; and
    • creating partnerships with outside community members and stakeholders that will provide additional educational and “real-world” experiences for our school community.