Library Media Center

Freedom High School Library is globally connected

Digitally and Globally Connected @ Freedom High School Library

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 lifelong learners.

Ask a Librarian

Mrs. Bussey, Librarian, [email protected]
Ms. Batlouni, Librarian, [email protected]
Ms. Booker, Library Assistant, [email protected]

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.

Contact Ms. Booker
Email: [email protected]
Desk phone: 571-589-3367

Library Hours

Monday, Thursday, Friday 7:10 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Tuesday - Wednesday 7:10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

e-Books at Freedom High School

Read eBooks online using your 365 login and password

  • Go to the Online Catalog
  • Choose: Catalog
  • Login: Upper right hand corner with your school 365 username and password
  • Search for eBooks
  • Select: Open

In addition to having over 5,000 electronic books we have several hundred audio books.

Destiny Discover App

Read Freedom High School eBooks, listen to our audio books online, or download them to your devices (iOS or Android) for quick retrieval and use without the internet. Directions on how to do this are included in this document.

Sexually Explicit Materials

A new Virginia law requires school divisions to adopt policies to notify parents and guardians regarding sexually explicit content in instructional materials. The School Board adopted a policy and regulation to implement the law.

PWCS staff reviews all instructional materials to identify sexually explicit content. The review process is continuous as new instructional materials and books are acquired by the school division

For additional information about the notification and review process, frequently asked questions, and a divisionwide list of sexually explicit materials, visit the PWCS Sexually Explicit Materials page

Notice to Parents

  1. At least 30 days prior to the use of any instructional materials with sexually explicit content, schools shall provide written notice to parents that (i) specifically identifies the instructional materials with sexually explicit content, (ii) informs parents of their right to review such instructional materials, and (iii) informs parents of their right to have their child use, in a non-punitive manner, alternative, instructional materials that do not include sexually explicit content.
  2. Such notice should be provided through regular communication methods with families including but not limited to syllabi, email, newsletters, and learning management systems.