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Gaming in the High School Library

Games are available to be checked out and enjoyed at home, and select games are available for play in the library media center.

If you find a game you like, just stop by the Circulation Desk to check it out. Please keep the following in mind:

Because the games are kept behind the Circulation Desk, it is important to know which game you would like to borrow beforehand.

  • All games are available for a 3-day loan with no renewals.
  • All games must be returned directly to the Circulation Desk, not placed in the book drop.


  • Apples to Apples
  • Apples to Apples Bible Edition
  • Blots: Do You See What They See?
  • Checkers, Chess, Cribbage, Backgammon and Dominoes Travel Set
  • Catan: Family Edition
  • Choose Your Own Adventure: House of Danger
  • Disentanglement Puzzles
  • Funny or Die
  • Game of Phones
  • Quelf
  • Ridley’s Test Tube Challenge Relationship
  • Ridley’s Test Tube Challenge Truth Test
  • Skip-Bo
  • Spot it! Basic French
  • Uno


Strategy Games

  • Chess- The classic 2-player board strategy game.
  • Scrabble- Players form interlocking words, crossword fashion, on a board using letter tiles of different values. Each player competes for a high score by taking advantage of the letter tiles, as well as the premium squares on the board.


Perfect Study Break Games (Takes 45 minutes or less to play)

  • Bible Taboo- Pick a card and get your team to say the "guess" word without using the taboo words listed on the same card as clues.


More Resources

International Games Day @ your library- Auspiced by the American Library Association, this yearly Fall event serves to reconnect communities through their libraries around the educational, recreational, and social value of all types of games