• The Heritage High School Media Center Mission Statement:
    The Heritage High School Media Center will create a positive, student-centered learning experience that serves to support classroom/teacher curriculum,  share, motivate, and support student achievement and accomplishments, and prepare students for real world critical thinking and work skills while promoting literacy in all students.







  • Parents may choose to restrict their student's access to any Media Center materials. If a parent wishes to restrict access to their students, please email Mrs. Cote with your child's name, student number, and details regarding the restrictions you would like to place on the Media Center student account. 


    Email Mrs. Cote here


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  • The Media Center is for students to utilize that are enrolled at Heritage High School  and that are attending classes on campus during the school day. We offer our students a variety of services and access to many resources for their academic success. 

    Hours: We open at 8:30 am Mon thru Fri.. Mon.thru Thursday we close at 3:30 and on Fridays at 2:00 pm. The Media Center then re-opens from 3:45-4:45 for Panther Prep, our after-school tutoring and study session. Tutors are available for all subjects both in person and virtually via the Panther Prep Google Classroom. Please visit the Google Classroom for exact schedules. 

    Printing-  Students have access to one black and white printer. Students may print school-related documents, except photographs, for .05 per page.  All other printing will incur a fee of .10$ per page, including all EFSC documentation. 

    Computers- Students may access computers for homework, classwork, research, and study purposes ONLY any time throughout the day, with a pass from the classroom teacher. Students will be permitted to use computers for 30 minutes, and the last log-on is at 3:00 pm Mon-Thurs, and at 1:00 pm on Fridays. 

    Research- Students have access to various research resources. Students must access these resources through their Launchpad both on and off campus. 

    Lunch- Students who wish to eat lunch in the Media Center may do so; however, if a student purchases lunch in the cafeteria and wishes to leave and come to the Media Center, they must have a Media Lunch Pass which can be obtained from the Media Circulation desk before school. Only 25 lunch passes per lunch will be issued on a first come basis. 

    Circulation: Students may check out 4 books at a time. Books are loaned for 28 days. Late books incur a fee of .05 per day up to the value of the book, to be determined by the listed value in the Follett catalog. 

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  • Please Read


    Parents, please read the attached letter for information regarding our policy for Access to Resources and Services in the  School Library Media Program 

    Open Letter to Parents

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  • The Media Center has  Google Classroom! Just add the class using code o4ih344 to receive important Media Center updates! 

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Dual Enrollment Textbooks


    Spring schedules are now due! 

    If you have not already turned in a Spring schedule,, please email me a copy of your schedule using the scan option on your phone and send as a PDF attachment.


    For iPhone user, open your Notes, choose New Note, click on the camera, choose Scan Document, scan and save to files. Open file and send in an email to cote.tara@brevardschools.org



    Please use cote.tara@brevardschools.org when emailing EFSC textbook inquiries ONLY!  All emails must come from your Ttans email address!  Any registration or course questions should be directed towards your counselor and/or advisor at cochran.kaila@brevardschools.org