McIninch Library at Central High School

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If you would like to arrange a contact-free pickup, email us at
or phone the library at (603)624-6363 ext.1120, or use our Request Form.

Recent Announcements from Central Library

  • Get your free MCL Library Card! Attention all Central High School Students!The Manchester City Library (MCL) located at 405 Pine Street (just blocks from Central High School) is a fabulous free resource!All CHS students ...
    Posted by Central Library
  • Open House - 6pm Thursday 10/6/22 Please click here to fill out the request form for one of the ECF Computers.
    Posted by Central Library
  • Faculty: New PD Books Available The McIninch Library at Central High School has received an anonymous donation of various, new professional development books and materials.Please stop by the library if you are interested!
    Posted Sep 23, 2022, 8:54 AM by Central Library
  • Testing Bell Schedule Thurs. Sep. 22 and Mon. Sep. 26
    Posted Sep 20, 2022, 10:45 AM by Central Library
  • Student Wellness Room (B-13 in the P.A. Building) The information below, about Central's Student Wellness Room comes from:Mrs. Catherine Kabala, MSStudent Assistance Program (SAP) CounselorManchester Central High School624-6363 ext.1117"The Wellness ...
    Posted Sep 19, 2022, 9:23 AM by Central Library
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McIninch Library Mission Statement

The mission of the McIninch Library Media Center is to introduce students and faculty/staff to a variety of information derived from print, non-print, and information technology sources. The McIninch Library Media Center endeavors to prepare students and faculty/staff to be knowledgeable users of information and to become lifelong learners. 

McIninch Library Goal

The goal of the McIninch Library Media Center program is to assist students to develop perceptive and mature competencies in research techniques. This is accomplished through library orientation sessions, mini-lessons, and individual consultations with students. During these encounters students learn how to evaluate print and electronic sources for their accuracy and comprehensiveness.