Media Center

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Welcome to the Freedom High School Library Media Center

Where Literature Meets Technology

The library media center is the heart of Freedom High School. Our library collection includes a variety of the classics, the latest fiction and non-fiction books, biographies, reference volumes, audio books, e-books, and a number of online databases and research tools...accessible both at school and your home. Regardless if you’re reading for personal enjoyment or research, we can help you find what you’re looking for.

At this time, Tech Support and Laptop Check Outs require an appointment.

Click here to schedule an appointment.

Staff

Ms. Schmidt, Library Media Specialist

Ms. Mejia, Library Media Clerk

Contact Information

 (407) 816-5600 ext. 6082256

@MediaCenter_FHS

Normal Operating Hours

Monday through Friday

7:00 AM to 3:00 PM

CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Let’s Read!

Library, Electronic, & Audio Books

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Reading Contests & Challenges

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Battle of the Books Competition Team

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Digital & Face-to-Face Learning

Course

Textbooks

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Laptops

& Chargers

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Technology

Support

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Hotspots &

Internet Access

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Freedom HS

Website

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OCPS Digital

Learning Website

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Digital & Library Media Center Obligations

How to

Check Your Fines

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How to

Pay Your Fines

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How to Create a SchoolPay Account

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Additional Library Media Center Information

Student

Rules

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Printing

Services

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Student

ID Cards

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It is the policy of OCPS and the Freedom High School Media Center to provide a wide range of instructional materials for faculty and students that will enrich and support the curriculum. To reach these goals, the Freedom High School Media Center endorses the American Library Association Library Bill of Rights and Freedom to Read statements. All library media center materials, regardless of format, will be selected according to this philosophy and OCPS district initiatives.