Students are encouraged to use the Media Center
Preferred hours are 30 minutes before the start of school, during ten minute break and after school for research, reading, computer use, book checkout, etc. Destiny is used to provide a Library Search of materials available to the students. Circulation of materials depends on grade level and is found on the Policies and Procedures page.
Classic Reading List
Student’s in Honors courses earn AR points by reading a book from the Secondary Classic Reading List and passing the Accelerated Reader test. Click below to see what books qualify for each grade.
The Media Center is open from 7:30 to 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.
The Media Center holds 20,000 books, videos, and audio. These books are on hand for teacher, parent, and student resources. These books range from all sorts such as fiction, non-fiction, etc.
Mount Dora Christian Academy utilizes the Renaissance Place program across all grade levels to enhance our students’ skills with -an appreciation of- reading. The Media Center clearly labels all books with their appropriate AR designations.
The Media Center holds 38 e-books. The above student help guide is useful for students as they learn to access our e-books.
Renewed partnership with the W.T. Bland Public Library allows access to over 5,000 e-books and reference books. An application for a library card and instructions will be sent home with every student. Once all requirements have been completed and the student has their own library card, responsibility falls to the parent or guardian of the student as to subject matter and age appropriateness of materials acquired by the student through the public library system.
- Home Connect
- Parents Guide to Renaissance Home Connect
- Student’s usernames and passwords can be acquired from Mrs. Elenz in the Media Center ([email protected]) or their English teacher.
- AR Book Finder
- eLibrary for Students
- 2018-2019 Sunshine State Young Readers Awards
- Summer Reading per Secondary Grade Level