The much-awaited renovation of the Library commenced in the summer of 2008 and the transfer was finalized in December of 2009. The traditional L-shaped design in a 942 m2 floor area was modernized with contemporary-designed furniture and fixtures such as kiosks and revolving racks for faced-out display of books. A network voice and data system has been installed to accommodate an increased number of telephones and computer units as well as WIFI routers in three (3) different areas for teachers and students use. Another innovative idea is the provision of the "Teen Space" where students can feel more comfortable and relaxed, making the Library more conducive for study and recreational reading. In 2019, the Discussion Room has been upgraded into a Global Classroom which is equipped with the latest workstations and videoconferencing equipment."
"The focus of the new Library is to foster discovery, innovation, and learning. "
This is where the loose and bound issues of local/foreign magazines and newspapers are housed. The Library also subscribes to periodical indexes that can help the users locate articles of specific topics. These materials are for room use only.
A section intended to encourage the students to read more. It houses award-winning fiction books and other types of literature recommended for young readers. These books may be borrowed for two weeks except for the ones in the Reserve Section that can be borrowed for one week.