Justice Library

Find out what resources are available through the Library!

Check out the library Website for more information!

Justice Library Catalog

Browse for books, ebooks, and audiobooks in Destiny Discover!

MackinVIA Ebooks

Use your fcpsschools login and password to access.

Library Sign-In 

Please use this link to sign in when you sit at a table. 

Reading During Hybrid Learning

There are several ways for students to access both print and electronic reading materials! 

In-Person Visit: You may visit us after school for browsing and borrowing. You may also ask your teachers for permission to visit the library during class for a duration of 15 minutes. Please come on a teacher-signed pass. 

Curbside Pickup: You may place holds on print books through the library catalog. You can pick up the requested book on Mondays or after school on other days. Once the book is ready for pick up, you'll receive a confirmation email in your school Gmail account.  Here are detailed instructions.

Electronic Books: MackinVIA is the our ebook platform. You can access it via website or by downloading the MackinVIA app on your mobile device. Watch the video instructions for help or email Ms. Gunther or Ms. Ji. 

Fairfax County Public Library: Starting October 1, 2020, all students (PreK-12) in Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) will have LEAP accounts at FCPL. These public library virtual accounts will allow students to check out up to three items at a time for six weeks each (no renewals).

For a more complete list of information regarding library services during distance learning, please click here.

Mission Statement

The library is an integral part of the instructional program at Justice High School, educating and empowering students to be productive and effective users of ideas and information.  The library ensures access to a comprehensive and relevant collection of resources to support reading for fun and classroom instruction.  Our goal is to inspire a love of lifelong learning and to teach students the importance of libraries as equalizers of knowledge in a democratic society.