North Pike High School Library

 DESTINY Catalog : Needing a book? You can see if it's in the NPHS Library by using the Destiny Catalog. Click below to access the NPHS catalog. 

MAGNOLIA- Need a current event? A credible journal source? If so, check out the MAGNOLIA database.                                                                  *See your librarian for user code  


Thanks to all who joined the NPHS Reading Club.

September Meeting-- If you missed the September meeting, please come by the library and vote for officers!

Next Meeting: Tuesday, October 23, 2018-- Halloween party. Bring your scary book!

October Meeting:  Pick up your Bingo card and choose a historical fiction book. 

November Meeting: November 27, 2018 



October Contest: Guess how many books are in the library catalog. Come by and make your guess from October 1- October 31.

Winner:  Kole Alford 

Thanks to all who came by to make a guess! 



We’ve added eBooks to our digital library!


 You can access our eBooks:

 From within our Follett Destiny® library software – search for them just like other books

  • By visiting and searching for our school
  • From your tablet or device, using the FREE BryteWave™ K12 Edition app

You will need your student’s username and password to access our library materials. If you haven't signed up, see Mrs. Robison in the library TODAY! 



What are Lexiles?

"A Lexile measure is number assigned to a student's reading ability or the difficulty of a text, for example 800L. The higher the Lexile measure is, the higher the student's reading ability or text difficulty is. Lexiles provide ways for students to choose books that match their appropriate level of difficulty.  Our library's fiction section now has Lexile measures posted on the spine.  Once you know your Lexile score , you can choose a book in your targeted  reading range. Reading books in your targeted reading ranges will not only ensure success in reading, but also provide a lifelong love for reading.

For more information on Lexiles or to find your approximate Lexile measure, go to"