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LCHS Library Media Center



Welcome to the LCHS Library Webpage! 


Media Center Policies for 2016-2017

Library Hours 7:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 


Extended hours available per teacher/department request

1) All students must have a pass to enter the media center at any time of day. No exceptions.

2)  All students must have their ID to enter the media center.

3) Books are due two weeks from the day they are checked out. After the initial due date passes, students will be charged ten cents per day.

4) Students are responsible for replacing or paying the cost of lost or damaged library materials.

5) All students are allowed to check out two books at a time. 

6) We encourage all students to feel comfortable and welcome in the media center. Please behave appropriately and keep the area clean when you come to the media center.  NO food or drinks are allowed in the media center.


 News and Current Event Sites

Click on the links below for current news websites.

The Learning Network


Time for Kids

Student News Daily

CNN Student News

Google News Archive



Library of Congress


Research Information

Purdue Online Writing Lab

Citation Machine

MLA format

APA format                       

Black History Links

Jean-Baptist-Point DuSable

Crispus Attucks

Mary McLeod Bethune

Charles Drew

Elijah McCoy

Joseph Hayne Rainey

Paul Robeson

Mary Eliza Church Terrell

Madame C. J. Walker

Carter G. Woodson





Ferguson's Career 

1) Click on

2) Click on "A-Z" list

3) Click on "Ferguson's Career"

4) Search for your preferred career

 What should I read?

     Click on the links below to review book and reading websites for teen readers.  Websites included book reviews written by students for students as well as lists by genre and other ideas and information.


 Media Center-Sponsored Club Information


Lake City High Book Club:


The book club consists of students who are interested in reading and literacy as a hobby/extracurricular activity. The book club members meet once a month to discuss the selected book.  The books will be selected from the South Carolina Young Adult Book Award nominees for 2016-2017.





 Register to Vote



 Shakespeare's Plays


How many credits do I need to graduate? Click Here


Examples of Annotated Bibliographies: Click Here

 We do not write passes for students. Please see your teacher for a pass.



2016-2017 South Carolina Book Award Nominees, Click Here?



2015-2016 South Carolina Book Award Nominees, Click Here! 



 We encourage the use of SC Discus


Do you have a Google/Gmail Account?

Go to

Click on "A-Z List" and choose Biography in Context

Sign into your Google account at the top of the page

Look up your person and select an article to save

Click "Download" and save it to your Google Drive 


Scholarship Key Search Terms

(Places to look online)


Big Corporations/Franchise websites



National Organizations

Nonprofit Organizations

Memorial Scholarships

Alumni Scholarships

Club National Organizations

Medical Organizations



Listen to the Bluford Series audiobooks: 

 Click Here



Find out the Lexile level of a book by click on one of the following links:

Scholastic Book Wizard


Information on Lexile Levels


Finding a book in the LCHS Media Center in your Lexile range


  Are you applying to college?  Considering the ACT or SAT? Check out Learning Express Library on SC Discus for your test preparation needs! Create an account using an email address, and you're on your way!!  


Book Club Frequently Asked Questions


 Destiny Link:

To view our Destiny catalog ON campus, Click Here

To view our Destiny catalog OFF campus, Click Here







South Carolina Internet Safety Standards

Digital Citizenship = Standard 1: Students recognize their rights and responsibilities in using technologies within the context of today’s world. 

Media Literacy = Standard 2: Students use critical thinking and evaluation while incorporating appropriate digital tools and resources into their education. 

Cyber Ethics = Standard 3: Students recognize the ethical and legal issues while accessing, creating, and using digital tools and resources in order to make informed decisions. 

Personal Safety = Standard 4: Students will recognize online risks and dangers in order to take appropriate actions to protect themselves while using digital tools and resources


 SC Driver's Education Manual


 We hope to see you at the media center soon!

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