BHS Learning Commons Library

Welcome to the 

Bow High School 

Learning Commons Library.  

Our quest is providing learning resources for the school community. Looking for something or need something?  We probably have it.  Try starting with searching our online catalog for books, ebooks, equipment and more! If not, let us know!  We'll be happy to try to find if for you!

What's New: 

Wow!  Huge update in the RESEARCH tab! Click on Research above to explore some of the new content in media and information literacies! Activities, resources, and more!

Digital Portfolios! Working on your digital portfolio?  Click here to learn more.  

Digital Resources Password change!  I'm not allowed to post it here, but check your BHS email to find the new password!  (Hint: Change the year!)

Gale Database Upgrade: We've upgraded our Gale Databases.  Staff, be sure to check out In-Context for Educators.  Students, you now have access to NINE of different databases!  Access the menu here or search them all at once!

 We now have some seats for Soundtrap!  Need to get making music or podcasts?  Contact Mr. Dixon to get signed in, and check out our page dedicated to Soundtrap.  


Here is a collection of quick links to many of our resources that might be helpful to you.

Peruse our database collection

WeVideo email Mr. Dixon for full access or click here for more information

Working on your digital portfolio?  Click here to learn more. 

See what's in our Work Room

Baker Free Library. All BHS staff and students can get a membership here!  Lots of great resources!

Local Newspapers:  Log in with and then use our school database password. Please be sure to log out when done.

Concord Monitor

Union Leader


Contact us anytime:

BHS Learning Commons Library Mission Statement:

The mission of the library media program at Bow High School is to be an integral part of the instructional program, dedicated to providing services and resources to our school community.  Our vision is to promote active learning by assisting students to access, evaluate, and utilize information.  The library staff emphasizes to students the importance of ethical conduct in the use of information technology, and the responsibility to develop high standards of academic behavior.