• Raptors Read!Raptor reading in its nest

    Our Raptors Read! program allows all students—regardless of grade level or course—to select a text that best matches their reading preferences and reading levels to enjoy over the summer. When students return to Eaglecrest in August, they will have an opportunity to discuss their book with their peers.

    If students already have a book they want to read, that’s great! If not, we have curated a list of suggested titles.. To find out more about this program and to access the list of books, please watch the video below and visit the Raptors Read! page

Raptor Reading Challenge

  • Raptor Reading Challenge To encourage students, staff, and faculty to expand their reading options, we conduct the Raptor Reading Challenge BINGO every year. The BINGO sheet inspires people to read books from different genres. To find out more about this challenge, visit the Raptor Reading Challenge site.

  • ABC-CLIO Databases

    Multi-Product Search

    American Government

    American History

    Health and Wellness 

    Issues: Controversy and Society

    Modern Genocide

    World Geography: Understanding a Changing World

    World History - Ancient & Medieval

    World History - Modern Era

    ABC-CLIO eBooks Collection

  • Britannica Database

    Britannica School Edition (Pre-K - 12)

  • Gale Databases


    Gale Literature Resource Center

    Gale Literature: Lit Finder

    Gale Literary Index

    Global Issues

    Opposing Viewpoints


    U.S. History

    Virtual Reference Library

    World History

  • ProQuest

    Black Freedom in the U.S. - The Pursuit of Equality

    • This curated selection of primary sources is designed for teaching and learning about the struggles and triumphs of Black Americans.

    Alexander Street: Theatre Performance Video Collection



    Use the search bar and scroll down to filter for “Content I can access” under ACCESS TYPE.

  • New York Times

    All students and faculty at Eaglecrest have access to the New York Times. Follow this link and log in using your Cherry Creek email address to activate your account.

  • The Wall Street Journal

    Students and staff will use EHS-specific credentials to log-in to WSJ.com: 

    See your teacher or library staff for log-in details

  • Denver Post

    Access the Denver Post here

  • Noodle Tools Citation Generator

    How do I log into Noodle Tools?NoodleTools logo

    • Login to myCherryCreek using your PowerSchool login
    • Click on the myLibrary tab at the bottom right of your screen
    • Click on the NoodleTools tile

    How do I create an account?

    • Choose the option to "Create a new account"
    • Choose "I am a student or library patron"
    • Hit the "Submit" button
    • Choose Eaglecrest from the drop-down menu of schools and enter your expected year of graduation
    • Save your profile

    How do I create a new Works Cited/Bibliography?

    • Click on the button in the upper left of the NoodleTools site that says "New Project"
    • Name it according to what you are working on 
    • Select "MLA"
    • Select "Advanced" to make sure you get ALL options
    • The Dashboard screen will appear for you to start

    What is the Dashboard?

    • This is how you organize your research work
    • You can see assignments, create to-do lists, submit work, and respond to teacher feedback

    How do I create a new source?

    • Click "Sources" in the top navigation bar
    • Click "Create new citation"
    • Fill in the information about your source
      • Gale databases will export directly to NoodleTools
      • From ABC-CLIO databases you can "copy & paste citation"
      • If your source is a book, you can locate the book in WorldCat (via an ISBN number or title/author search) and it will automatically fill in the form with the details needed.
    • Always check supplied citations for accuracy
    • Click "Submit" to save your new citation

    How do I share a project with my teacher?

    • On the Dashboard screen, find "Sharing"
    • Click "Share with a project inbox"
    • In the Project Inbox field, enter the name provided by your teacher
    • Enter your name so your teacher can find your work
    • Click "Done"
    • If you did this correctly, you will see a checkmark in the Shared column of your Projects screen

  • Online Writing Lab

    The Online Writing Lab from Purdue University is a comprehensive site for you to learn more about writing, grammar, mechanics, research, citations, and in-text citation styles. Reference this resource as you write papers, prepare presentations, or complete projects for your classes.

  • Library Hours

    7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. Monday - Friday

  • Circulation Policies

    Students must have their Eaglecrest ID for book checkout. Books are due back to the library four weeks after checkout date, but may be renewed twice before being returned. Students may check out up to five books at a time. Inter-library loan is available, please see a member of the library staff to have books transferred to EHS from other district libraries.

  • Student Expectations

    The EHS library maintains an ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT. While in the library, students are expected to be doing one of the following:

    • Reading
    • Researching
    • Studying
    • Doing Homework

    In addition, please No Food or Drink, No Cell Phone Conversations, and No​ more than Four Students per table.

  • Collaborative Partnerships

    The EHS library is a TEACHING LIBRARY, where students and teachers read, write, and research.  Our  certified Teacher Librarians are here to collaborate with teachers on lessons that take place in one of our labs, on the library floor, or in the teacher’s own classroom.

    Our Teacher Librarians are not only familiar with Eaglecrest’s curriculum and each PLT’s SMART goals, but we also have knowledge of the print and online resources that could be of use to you and your students.

    If you’re interested in using the library and its resources, please call to schedule some time with Hollie Hawkins or Christine Mellinger.  We’re looking forward to collaborating with you on your lessons!

  • CCSD Services and Subscriptions

    The District Library & Visual Media Services
    Search and reserve over 14,000 videos, DVDs, and kits to enhance instruction and staff development.​Call DLVMS to set up an account, 720-886-7024.

    The Library Book Catalog
    Teachers and staff can access this information using their Active Directory user information to find books/titles in which they are interested.

    Overdrive Ebook, Audiobook & Streaming Video Library
    This resource can be helpful for classroom teaching tools or independent reading, listening, and viewing. Use your Active Directory for access.

    Online Databases for Professional Development
    Faculty may use this to further their knowledge and enhance their own learning and instruction in a variety of areas.

    Visual Media Services Collection
    This district service provides access to LIT KITS, DVDs, and Streaming Videos. Use your Active Directory for access.

  • Library Links for Teachers

    Internet Public Library
    The Internet Public Library (IPL) features a searchable, subject-categorized directory of authoritative web sites. This annotated collection of high quality Internet resources is selected by IPL staff for their usefulness in providing accurate, factual information on a particular topic or topics.

    Library of Congress
    The "Teacher Page" of the Library of Congress web site includes links to American Memories' millions of primary sources, as well as The Learning Page, a gateway to lesson plans and activities.

Library Staff

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Eaglecrest Library Earns ALA Recognition

  • ALA Library Award Eaglecrest High School, located in Centennial, Colo., is the American Association of School Librarians' (AASL) 2014 National School Library Program of the Year (NSLPY) Award recipient. Sponsored by the Follett Corporation, the NSLPY annually recognizes a school library program that meets the needs of the changing school and library environment and is fully integrated into the school's curriculum. The recipient receives an obelisk – the symbol of school library excellence – and $10,000 toward its school library program.