Online Databases

HHS Library Catalog:

Please click on the following link to search the HHS library catalog:

(The school library catalog can only be accessed from a computer connected to the district’s server.)

Subscription Databases

Many classes require students to do “research” or, in other words, to find information about something. One of the quickest, easiest and most reliable ways to do this is to find articles from “periodicals.” “Periodicals” is the term used by schools and libraries when referring to magazines, journals, and newspapers. A popular way to find articles is to search for them by using “online databases.” These “online databases” are collections of articles that can be accessed through the library’s web page.

Username and password information for the following accounts are available through your teacher or the library staff. They can be accessed from any computer with an internet connection.


 Username: hilltophs Password: lancers

Our ProQuest subscription includes access to 6 databases:

  • ProQuest: Access all your ProQuest databases, like Research Library, Historical Newspapers, and more.
  • SIRS Discoverer: General reference resource for young researchers that makes learning fun and intuitive. Helps students in grade 1-9 develop their research, writing, language and computer skills.
  • SIRS Knowledge Source: A comprehensive portal offering centralized access to all SIRS products which target the needs of students with best-of-content selected to support research, study, and homework in key curricula subjects.
  • eLibrary: A user-friendly general reference tool—delivers one of the largest general reference collections of periodical and digital media content designed to support every range of user.  Researchers will find the answers they need from more than 2,090 full-text magazines, newspapers, books, and transcript titles, plus a collection of over 7 million maps, pictures, weblinks, and audio/video files.
  • ProQuest Research Companion: ProQuest Research Companion helps researchers in their quest to more effectively find, evaluate, and use information. It is an intuitive, and self-guided product that supports information literacy, writing, and research skills instruction.
  • History Study Center: Provides a vast collection of digitized primary and secondary sources for the study of history, covers global history from ancient times to the present day. Contents include reference books, essays, journal articles, historical newspaper and magazine articles, maps, rare books, government documents, transcripts of historical speeches, images and video clips.

These 3 databases in ProQuest require a different logon:

Username: 2EGDCXKRUJ  Password: zV$y~un4   for the databases below.

  • SIRS Issue Researcher: Topic pro/con coverage of current and enduring issues. Database of content organized by complex issues, ideally for middle and high school students and educators.
  • Culture GramsCultureGrams® is a leading reference for concise and reliable cultural information on the countries of the world
  • ProQuest Central: This resource provides access to 47 of ProQuest’s complete databases, with a variety of content types across over 175 subjects.




There is no need for usernames or passwords when you are on campus using a computer. If you are at home, you will need the username and password. Please come to the library to get them. They are the same as needed for EBSCO.


For the Username and Password, please come to the library.

The following databases are available within EBSCO:

·         Complete Online Package
·         Middle Online Package
·         Academic Search Premier
·         History Reference Center
·         Literary Reference Center Plus
·         Science Reference Center
·         Points of View Reference Center
·         NoveList Plus
·         Novelist K-8 Plus
·         eBook High School Subscription Collection
·         English Language Learner
·         Biography Reference Center