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  • Library Closures

    Libraries will be closed on Friday, December 23 – Monday December 26 and reopen for regular hours on Tuesday, December 27 in observance of the Christmas holiday.

  • eBooks

    Take a break and relax with an eBook.

  • New Year Movie

    Ring in the New Year early at your library with a family holiday favorite.

    All libraries

    Friday Dec. 30

    11 a.m.

  • Saturday With Santa

    Hear Santa read a Christmas story. Receive a special gift. Enjoy a holiday snack. Bring your camera. Fun for the entire family! Check our online calendar for dates and times.

Welcome to the Santa Rosa County Library System! The library offers materials and services that the whole family can enjoy including bestselling books, popular movies and music, storytime, public computers, Wi-Fi, and much more! Come in, get a library card, and check out all the great things your library has to offer!


Saturday With Santa (Milton)
When: Saturday, December 10, 2016...
Saturday With Santa (Navarre)
When: Saturday, December 10, 2016...
FONL Monthly Meeting
When: Monday, December 12, 2016 -...
Movie Matinee in Recognition of Pearl Harbor (Navarre)
When: Tuesday, December 13, 2016 ...
FOGBL Board Meeting
When: Tuesday, December 13, 2016 ...
READ Dogs (Navarre)
When: Wednesday, December 14, 201...

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Career Online High School

The Career Online High School program is provided by the Santa Rosa County Library System through a partnership with Gale, a part of Cengage Learning, and funding from the State of Florida.

Career Online High School allows students to earn an accredited high school diploma, as well as a workforce readiness certificate.

The program is 100% online, which means students can access their course materials from anywhere, at any time. There’s no need to pay tuition or purchase any additional materials, as the program is all-inclusive. This program was designed with the adult learner in mind.

As an accredited high school program, students can transfer in previously earned high school credits, which means they do not have to repeat courses they’ve completed in the past, helping them graduate faster. Click here for more information and to get started.