Douglass Library Media Center

How Can the Library Help You?

On Demand Pick Up!

Place a hold on print copies of books to have them delivered to your classroom, or pick them up from the front office if you are learning remotely.

Bronco LitFix

Fill out our Bronco LitFix form to get personalized book recommendations for titles available in both print or ebook formats.

Library Catalog

Use this page to get suggestions for books to read, tips on using the catalog, and more. Access the library's FlipGrid Book Reviews as well as the NoveList recommendation tool.

FDHS Databases

Use this page to learn more about the research process and how to know which database will be the best to help you work smarter, not harder.

ACT, SAT, & Academic Skills

Use this page to review for the ACT, SAT, or many other industry-related certification exams. You can also find content-specific skills tutorials and review materials.

Available via Remind | Office Hours 7:55 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. M-F | Available August-May

Vision & Mission

The Frederick Douglass High School Library program supports the FDHS vision & mission by providing resources that facilitate personalized learning, collaboration, critical & creative thinking, and academic inquiry. Through our professional staff, print collection, e-resources, and FDHSMaker HQ tools, we support, encourage, and enhance depth of learning so that our students are prepared to excel in a global society.

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Students and staff may access the library's eResources 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

The main Library Media Center is open from 7:55 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. weekdays when school is in session.

The library is closed during 3rd lunch unless a scheduled teaching/learning collaboration is in progress.

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