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Highlands Library Catalog

Reading e-books from our school library catalog

Online Resources including Encyclopedias

Welcome to the Highlands' Library

Welcome to the White Plains Middle School  - Highlands' Library Web Page.  This site will give you information on our school library, the library collection of books and e-books, library databases and other resources to help you with your class assignments.  The librarian is always available to assist you in finding a book for reading pleasure or information. 

If you have any questions about this site or the library please contact

(914) 422-2128 during School Hours

Overdue Books

How do I know if my library book is overdue?

Every student has the ability to log into the library catalog and check the status of checked out books and books on hold.

Log in (using the same user ID and Password used for the computer) to the library catalog.

IMPORTANT:  Make sure you are in the Highlands Catalog.  You should see a picture of our library in the upper left hand corner.

Click the "My Info" tab to check the status of your book!

Please see Ms. Ciofolo as soon as possible if you think a mistake has been made or if you lost your book.

Summer Reading Lists

Summer Reading Time is HERE!

All student entering 7th and 8th grades are required to read one book this summer.  

Incoming 7th graders may choose between

Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper and Anything but Typical by Nora Raleigh Baskin

Incoming 8th graders may choose between

Drums, Girls and Dangerous Pie and After Ever After by Jordan Sonnenblick.

See the lists below for more information.  All books are available at the White Plains Public Library.


What Ms. Ciofolo is reading

The Mission of the Highlands LIbrary

The mission of the White Plains Middle School Library is to assist students in their quest for accurate information for all their education needs and interests.

The library seeks to promote a love of reading and knowledge in a safe and nurturing environment.


Christine Ciofolo