The High School Library exists primarily to serve the library and information needs of students and faculty of the University. The library does this mainly by meeting the curricular and research-related information needs of students. Moreover, collections intended to stimulate independent reading are also actively added.
The HAU High School Library is located in the Geromin G. Nepomuceno Building (GGN). All materials housed in the High School Library are for the use of High School Students. However, College students can avail library facilities from 5:00-6:00 p.m. with certain restrictions.
7:00am to 5:00pm
This is where the general collections are maintained and transactions relating to borrowing/ returning of books and signing of clearance are done.
This section houses a collection of extensive general materials such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, manuals, handbooks, atlases and the likes which are intended to be consulted rather than read thoroughly. These materials in this section are for inside-use only.
This section consists of publications about the Philippines, its culture and its people. Any material that pertains to our country regardless of author, imprint or format is housed in this section. Materials here are for inside use only. However, some books can be taken out for home reading upon approval of the librarian. Photocopying of materials is allowed for 15 minutes.
This section houses foreign and local journals, magazines and newspapers. The collections in this section are for inside use only. However, back issues maybe borrowed for home use upon request and approval of the Librarian.
This is where the professional books/materials are housed which meant to keep teachers abreast of the latest trends in their profession. It practices an open-shelf system, where in faculty members are free to go directly to the shelves and retrieve the books they need.
This section is intended for internet needs fo the faculty and students.It has additional services such as hands-on and printing services.
It houses various types of non-print materials namely: Video Recordings (DVD, VCD, Videoke), Sound Recordings (ACD and audio books), CD-ROM, Transparencies, Slides, Multisensory Materials and Cartographic materials (maps and globes), posters and charts and different equipment such as Multi-Media Projectors, Multiplayers, Computer Speakers, DVD Players, Microphones, VCD players, Cassette players , Portable Amplifiers and more. Materials here are intended for classroom use only. Only teachers are allowed to borrow these materials. If students really need these materials, they may ask their teacher/s to borrow for them. The accountability then is left to the teacher.
Number of Books that maybe borrowed:
Php 2.00 / day / book for Fiction and Non-Fiction
Php 1.00/ hour book for Textbook
A lost book while on loan must be reported immediately to the librarian. It should be paid/replaced after a week it was reported lost. A lost book must be paid according to the value determined by the library or replace with the same title with additional processing cost.
Marivic M. Pantig
Head, High School Library
>Michelle C. Molina
Librarian, HS Circulation
Arlyn G. David
Librarian, HS Reference/Filipiniana, Internet Services
The Laboratory Elementary School Library’s objectives are to enrich and support the academic programs of the school; to train pupils in the proper use of the library and its resources; and to assist the pupils in their choice of reading materialsThe LES Library is transferred and merged in the High School Library last July 2022. All Circulation Section collection are house at the ground floor adjacent to the Serials Section of the HS Library.Other LES collections are merge within the section of the library like Filipiniana, Reference and Serials sections.
Jenny J. Rivera
Monday to Friday 8:00Am to 5:00pm