The DCHS Library holds a collection of fiction and non-fiction books, home reading materials, reference books, religious magazines and books, and many others. All students are encouraged to read and use the library materials to their fullest extent.

In the light of public health emergency caused by COVID-19, the DCHS Library will continue to offer its services to inspire the love of reading. Students are encouraged to borrow books from the library collection. The school will also give the students online access to digital resources.

Library Rules

  • The student ID serves as the basis for borrowing library books.
  • Encyclopedias, reference books and periodicals cannot be brought out of the library.
  • Home reading books are lent out to students for a period of two (2) weeks and renewable for another week.
  • Students in all levels are allowed to borrow a maximum of six (6) books. Preschool, Grade 1 and Grade 2 pupils can borrow books with parent/guardian consent.
  • Before borrowing a book, a student/parent must make reservation through the school online public access catalog (OPAC). If the book is available, the Librarian will schedule the pick-up date and time.
  • Borrowed books will be picked up and returned at the school entrance gate. Upon getting the book, the parent/guardian must sign and detach the Acknowledgement Form and leave it with the school guard on duty.
  • Library books and materials are to be handled with care by everyone. Lost and damage books must be reported immediately and replaced or be duly paid for.
  • Upon returning the book/s, students must message the librarian two (2) days prior to due date. Put the book/s to be returned in the designated box at the school entrance and sign the Return Slip.

Vision and Mission

A service oriented school media center that ensures excellent services.

To serve and enrich people’s lives in the DCHS community through print and non-print resources of knowledge.

General Objectives

  1. To develop students and assist them in their educational preparations,
  2. To provide students with good looks and other relevant resources,
  3. To assist classroom teacher by providing instructional materials and other resources,
  4. To continue acquiring worthwhile library materials for the access of the DCHS community.


Joan P. Besana, RL, MLIS
Head Librarian

Charles Nieven Jane B. Goc-ong, RL
Unit Librarian
JHS Library

Meme E. Sabandon
JHS Library Staff

Rose Marie M. Lim, RL
Unit Librarian
Elementary Library

Evangelyn I. Puso
Elementary Library Staff

Cherylen G. Gilos
Elementary Library Staff

Rosa Mae B. Perales, RL
Unit Librarian
Preschool Library