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How to Access Your Student Accounts

All students have Office 365 and Google accounts for school purposes. The login for both types of accounts contains your 8-digit ID number ( and the password is selected by you in ARMS Password Management. The username for ARMS is just your 8-digit ID number and the temporary password is Student1.

ARMS Password Management
Office 365 & OneDrive
Google Drive
Google Classsroom
Stupeflix - Video Creator


In celebration of National Poetry Month in April, students and staff created book spine poems in the library. Vote for your favorites at these links:
Student Poems
Staff Poems


Cast a vote for your favorite book on the 2016-17 Florida Teens Read Nominee List by Thursday, April 13th. You may also recommend titles to be considered for the future FTR list. The winner will be announced on Monday, April 17th.

Policies for Students

  • We are open from 6:50 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. & sometimes later.
  • Students may have 4 books checked out at a time.
  • Books are due back after 15 school days or may be renewed.
  • Fines: 5 cents per day overdue for each book.
  • Preloaded Kindle Touch e-readers may be checked out.
  • PLAYAWAYS (MP3 audiobooks) may be checked out.
  • Printing per page: 10 cents for black & white, 25 cents for color.
  • Students may borrow a flash drive.
  • Check out a lunch pass each day to come to the library during lunch.
  • We have a photocopy machine for 10 cents per page.
  • Students may use our Ellison machine to cut out letters for projects.
  • If the book a student wants is currently checked out, students may place it on hold and will be notified when it becomes available.
  • No food or drink is allowed in the Media Center.
  • Blackwell Artman Media Center

    The Charlotte High School Media Center has been dedicated in honor of two former educators who were influential in the lives of many CHS students. Steve Blackwell came to CHS as an English teacher in 1972. In 1987 he began working part-time in the media center. He became a full-time media specialist in 1989, a position he retained until September 2006. Steve was also a wrestling, cross-country, and football coach. He loved helping students connect with great books and writers, with history and its lessons, and with the arts. He believed that creativity was an honor, which he shared generously through his music. George Artman, Jr., came to CHS in 1971 as a cornerstone of the Social Studies Department. During his 34 years at CHS, he consistently brought new and creative teaching methodologies to his history classes. He firmly believed that both the acquisition of knowledge and the development of individual values were critical to formal education. He engaged students through the use of war simulations, the Socratic Method, and evening discussions in the library.