Let me jump in, as an actual librarian.
No I wouldn't ban those books, but....
No library has an unlimited budget - and your question asks specifically about a public high school library - a sector near the bottom of the resource barrel.
You wouldn't find your books (all three of your titles are non-fiction) in this library because they don't have a role in supporting the library's raison d'etre, supporting student learning around the curriculum. Or even secondary goals around self-directed learning. I think there would be a shipload more books better able to meet the collection's mission.
Likewise I wouldn't add Atlas of Male Genital Disorders: A Useful Aid for Clinical Diagnosis by Marco Cusini
to a public high school collection. I'm not banning it - it's expensive and irrelevant to the curriculum, even in the broadest sense. I wouldn't be surprised if your books were in a public library - assuming they have some value and aren't vanity publishing.
You might say would you accept them as donations. But (I work in a university library) we wouldn't unless they aligned with the subject areas we teach. Donations are mostly a costly pain in the ass (believer it or not), the processing associated with them outstrips their cost substantially. So if they aren't filling an identified teaching or research need we toss them in the bin.
So to answer your question: I wouldn't ban them. But that doesn't mean I'd add them to a library collection.