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Druid Hills High School

Dekalb County Schools

Media Center

Druid Hills High School Media Center

The DHHS Media Center serves as an information hub for the school. We offer instruction and curricular support to ensure our students are effective users and producers of ideas and information. We provide access to technology, print, and e-resources to support the curricular needs of our students and staff. We collaborate with teachers on instructional initiatives, teach information literacy skills in the context of the curriculum, and promote reading for information and pleasure. 

Our library contains over 12,000 books, provides access to multiple subscription databases and research tools.

The Media Center Student Handbook is available here..

Media Center Staff

Library Media Specialist: Zoë Rascoe
Phone: 678-874-6333

Library Media Assistant: ReLiang Tsang
Phone: 678-874-6335

Citation Guides

Other Useful Guides:

Copyright Law Disclaimers for Student Projects:

 Copyright Disclaimer:

The following presentation contains copyrighted material used under multimedia guidelines and fair use exemptions of the U.S. copyright law. Further use is prohibited.

Tous Droits Réservés:
La présentation suivante contient des informations protégées selon la loi aux Etats-Unis sur les directives des Multimédias. Toute autre utilisation est strictement interdite.

Declaración de Derecho de Copia:

La siguiente presentación contiene información protegida por los derechos de autor que se utilizan bajo la directriz del uso debido de multimedia y la exención de la leyes de derechos de autor de los Estados Unidos. Cualquier otro uso está absolutamente prohibido.

Library Hours

The media center is open from 7:40 AM - 3:30 PM

DHHS Online Catalog


Research Databases

Current GALILEO password: craft

Research Databases

Please see Mrs. Rascoe for log-in information for the following databases.



The Joseph C. Faulkner Library Media Center
"This above all: to thine own self be true."
Dedicated May 24, 2004 in honor of Joe Faulkner's retirement after 33 faithful years of teaching English at Druid Hills.