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Kennesaw Mountain High School HS

Nathan Stark, Principal

Kelly Ingle, Magnet Coordinator | Philip Matthews, AP/AD | Darlene Mitchell, AP
Brandon Morris, AP | William Richardson, AP

1898 Kennesaw Due West Road
Kennesaw, GA 30152
PHONE (678) 594-8190
FAX (678) 594-8192 Library Learning Commons & Media Center Information





The media center calendar displays the blocks during which the media center computer areas are reserved for class visits.  Please contact a staff member to schedule use of any media center resources, services, or areas.

Database Passwords

Passwords for accessing subscription databases off-campus are available to students and staff.  Stop by the media center or see options below to learn alternative ways to access our passwords and databases.  

Passwords for Resources

Login through Digital Library

Library Account Information

Students can view the status of their KM library account by logging into the media center's Book Catalog Search using their student number and KM computer password.  To view current checkouts and fines click on My Info at the top of the screen.  For more information about access and features read View Your Library Account and Extend/Renew Book Checkouts.   

Information for other KMHS/Cobb accounts: Microsoft Office 365, Cobb Public Library PASS, KM computer passwords, Synergy StudentVUE/ParentVUE (grade reports), MyPaymentsPlus, Wi-Fi


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Our vision is that all KM graduates are prepared to use information and communication technologies to support achievement in life-long learning and earning. 

See the ManeMedia Info Blog to learn about the many resources available to our community for learning and enjoyment.


Use of Computers 


Library computers are provided for school assignments.  Individual students may use the computers any time during library hours, except when they are reserved for use by a class.  All patrons must abide by the school district's policies and regulations regarding the use of technology.

Circulation Periods

Students may check out books for a three-week period and renew the checkout period as needed.  Reference books may be checked out at the end of the school day for overnight use and must be returned before the start of the next school day.  Students may not check out additional items until all overdue materials are cleared.


Fiction and non-fiction books returned after the due date incur a fine of $.10 per day; overdue reference books are fined at $.50 per day.  When students have a fine or an overdue item, weekly messages are sent to the enrolling head of household's email address.  Fines should be paid in cash to Media Center Staff, checks can be used for payments before the last month of school. 


Students are charged $.10 per page for black and white printing and $.50 per page for color printing; Media Center staff must release jobs sent to the color printer.  Learn how to save on color printing by sending some pages of a document to the black and white printer and only the pages with color to the LEXCLP printer, or by using the Print on Both Sides option for the media center's color printer.  Students who are visiting the media center with their class are not charged for black and white printing to fulfill assignments during their class visit.