Churchill County High School Library
The mission of the library is to support the CCHS curriculum by providing access to appropriate information resources, by assisting students and staff in information retrieval techniques, by promoting recreational reading, and by teaching lifelong learning skills.
Students can check out up to 5 books at a time
for 2 weeks, with 2 renewals.
Main Study Area
The main area is a great place to meet
in small groups, or for individual study.
Contains class sets of classics, videos, and
archived magazines, newspapers and journals.
Word Processing &Printing
Sign into your Google Drive from our computers and print your assignments. Color printing available.
Students can print the first page free, and $0.10 a page after that.
Meet our Staff
Financial Aid - U.S. Department of Education: FAFSA forms online, Federal School Code Search and more.
Gates Millennium Scholars: Provides grants for higher education to outstanding African American, American Indian/Alaska Natives, Asian Pacific Islander Americans, and Hispanic American students.
Pacific Northwest Scholarship Guide Non-profit College Planning Network's online tool for aid.
Sallie Mae: Financial planning and education loans explained.
College Savings Plans: A Guide for Parents: There are special college savings plans available to help whatever you can set aside grow into substantial savings. This guide is intended to help financial supporters of tomorrow's college students determine the best way to save money for college expenses. We'll highlight the advantages of various college savings plans and differences between each savings option.
Graduating Without Debt: A Guide for College Students: The good news is with prudent planning, it's still possible to keep your debt burden to manageable levels. Here you will find strategies and tactics that can bring you closer to your goal of graduating without debt — or with very little debt.
Ultimate Guide to the FAFSA: 10 Steps to a Successful Student Load Application: The FAFSA is what assistance program providers review to determine the amount of assistance a student qualifies for and the student's expected family contribution (EFC), which is the amount they expect the student's family can afford to contribute toward the student's college expenses.
School District & CCHS Librarian
1 Greenwave Circle
Fallon, NV 89406
(775) 423-2181 ext. 149