About the MHS Media Center
The Media Center at Marietta High School includes over 30,000 titles, a growing eBook library, audio/visual equipment, computers for general use and printing, access to research databases, and a fully-equipped MakerSpace.
Media Specialists collaborate with teachers and administrators to create, enhance, and deliver instruction, and work with all patrons to nurture Media and Technological Literacy.
The Marietta High School Media Center is open:
- Monday to Wednesday: 7:15 am-3:00 pm
- Thursday: 7:15 am-3:30pm
- Friday: 7:15 am-2:30pm
All students, with a pass from a teacher, are welcomed to the Media Center during school hours.
Book and Equipment Check-Out
Students may check out up to five books for fifteen school days. Audio/Visual equipment may be checked out for up to one week.
Payment information for Lost or Damaged Materials
Use RevTrak to pay for a misplaced Media Center book online.
Go online to pay for a misplaced textbook or other fees.
Revtrak can also be used to settle outstanding Technology fines online.
IF student has unpaid Sports Medicine fines, they need to see J. Hopp.
Once paid, please send a screen shot of your paid receipt to Laura Gary-Michel at LGary-Michel@marietta-city.k12.ga.us. Please include your name and what fine you paid.
Students are expected to follow the MCS Internet Acceptable Use Policy. Print services are available for all patrons, including full-color and large-format printing.
Contact the Media Center Staff
Laura Gary-Michel, Media Specialist
Jennifer Marletta, Media Specialist
Phone: (770)428-2631 ext.5190
Lunch in the Library
How to Get a Pass
To access the library during your lunch, an online pass is now required. To sign up and receive an online pass, fill out the online Library Lunch Pass Request form, and take a screenshot to show Admin and Hall Monitors a copy of your signup. You include your school email when reserving a pass, which can also be used as proof.
Our Book Resources
The MHS Media Center has access to Book Catalog, Ebooks, and Cobb County Public Libraries resources. Passwords are provided for log-in.
This eBook Tutorial will walk you through using OverDrive on your various devices.