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Freedom High School Library

The mission of the school library media center is to provide a program which integrates curriculum, resources, technology, and staffing so that patrons can develop information literacy and reading skills in order to become independent readers and life-long learners.

Library Staff

Ms. Batlouni, Librarian,
Mrs. Bussey, Librarian,
Ms. Booker, Library Assistant,

Library Hours

Monday, Thursday, Friday 7:10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday 7:10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Ask a Librarian

Do you have questions about using Freedom's library resources?  Would you like to suggest a book to add to our library?  We are just a click away.  Send us an email.  We'll be happy to assist. 

Library News


When you return your materials to school, remember to return your library books. 

For overdue book information please email Ms. Booker at:

The library staff is looking forward to seeing students and staff in the fall.  We have plenty of electronic resources, always available, online.  Visit our library catalog page, and login in with your school 365 account. 

If there is something you would like added to our collection, send Ms. Batlouni an email to add it to our wish list.


Microsoft 365

Do you need assistance with your 365 account?

Are you a new student?
The library staff will help you activate your account.

Did you access your account before?
Did you answer your security questions?
If you did, and remember your security answers, you can reset your password at school.
At the login screen click Ctrl, Alt, Del. 
Click on the Rapid Identity Icon.
  Rapid Identity Icon
Follow the instructions to reset your password. If you are not at school you might try changing it at:  FYI - Passwords should not include these symbols:  <  >  {  }  $ as they can be problematic.


E-Books at Freedom High School

Read eBooks online using your 365 login & Password.

  • Go to the Online Catalog
  • Choose: Catalog
  • Login: Upper right hand corner with your school 365 login & password.
  • Search for ebooks.
  • Select: Open

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National Honor Society

How to make it into NHS

Have an overall GPA of 3.6 or better in standard or above level coursework. 
Do volunteer work. 
Be a leader, anticipate needs, and take charge. 
Be involved in school and community in sports and/or clubs. 
Be kind. Make wise choices; good citizenship is required. 
Complete all required paperwork below by the deadline, attaching documentation of service and awards as requested. 

Who is Eligible to Apply for Consideration for NHS?

Tenth and eleventh grade students with a GPA of 3.6 or better, taking standard and upper level coursework, are eligible to apply for National Honor Society.

Attached below is the application packet.  Students may choose to type, and print the packet for submission, or they can get a printed packet from Ms. Batlouni in the library. 

 PWCS NHS Candidate application TYPE.docx 

Completed NHS candidate applications are to be submitted in the fall.  The new due date will be announced in September 2020.  In September there will be a meeting for all eligible candidates to review the application process, answer all questions and discuss new deadlines. Students who qualify for candidacy at that time, who did not previously apply, may apply at that time as we will begin the process again so that everyone who is eligible who wants to be a part of NHS may apply. 

All documentation of volunteer and leadership service should be attached to packet.  Late forms will not be considered.

An advisory committee of FHS staff members will review the applications and select the candidates.  Only fully completed packets will be reviewed for membership.

Updated: 5/28/2020