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Teen Read Week 2018: Into the Story-verse

Come and celebrate Teen Read Week 2018 with us from October 8 to 12, 2018! The sub-theme this year is Into the Story-verse that aims to encourage students to appreciate both classical and modern good reads that bring them to different universes of imagination.

Join the fun and exciting events and activities especially prepared for this annual event. See you at the Library!


Dare-to-Wear: Group Edition will be held tomorrow, October 8, 2018. Witness your classmates and teachers in their creative book character costumes parading around the AJHS campus during recess!

198 New Books that Jump-started 2018

Jump-start the new year right by exploring the 198 new books that we have for you.

See complete listing of new books posted on the EMC Updates board.

Enjoy reading! :)

New Year, New E-books

Happy new year!

Have you "checked out" the new e-books in our Digital Library?

Click HERE for complete list of new e-book titles. To read details of the e-books and to check them out, go to the AJHS Digital Library site.


Don't have a digital library account yet? Go to any of the counter and fill out a registration form.


Enjoy reading! :)


Unleash Your Story @ Your Library: A Teen Read Week Celebration 2017

The Educational Media Center would like to thank everyone from students to faculty and staff who participated in our annual event. It is with great appreciation that we congratulate the winners in each of our Teen Read Week activities this year.

Dare-to-Wear (Year 6) Winners:

Student Category

Grade 7: Abelardo Manaysay (L7-Claver)

Grade 8: Martin Macatangay (M8-Ireland)

Grade 9: Lord Wally Rivas (M9-Machado)

Grade 10: Daniel Serafin Vijandre (C10-Canisius)

Female Faculty Category

Ms. Elizabeth Alindogan

Mrs. Hazelyn Elgar

Ms. Maria Agnes Surop

Male Faculty Category

Mr. Paul Marvin Gamboa

Mr. Rendell Sanchez

Mr. Martin Samuel Yucoco


"Haiku ng Buhay Ko" Poetry Contest (Best 3):

Ron Vincent Cuerpo (P7-Pignatelli)

Lejandro Padaen (M10-Morse)

Theodore Pangan (M10-Morse)


Top Borrowers:

Student: Jose Anton Dulalia (P7-Pires)

Faculty: Ms. Aurora Jalandoni

Staff: Ms. Charlita Ceguerra


Top Visitors:

Student: Don Carlo Patawaran (C8-Azevedo)

Faculty: Ms. Phoebe Manapat

Staff: Mr. Flaviano Rabena


Overall 3rd Place (Class)

Overall 2nd Place (Class)

Overall 1st Place (Class)

Overall Champion (Cluster)

Daily Trivia Challenge: Unleash the Unknown

It's back! The Daily Trivia Challenge is here to test your knowledge on various genre of literature.

The theme for each day of the week is as follows (click image to view full size):

To join, please see the full mechanics (click image to view full size):

Direct links of questions (click title to open link in new tab):

Day 1: Dawn of Superheroes Vol. 2 (CLOSED)

Day 2: Anime-zing! (CLOSED)

Day 3: Who's In Charge? (CLOSED)

Day 4: Humans of Literature (CLOSED)

Day 5: Once Upon A Time


Ganbatte kudasai!!!

Dare-to-Wear Year 6: Unleash Your Story @ Your Library

Kick off the Teen Read Week Celebration in your creative book character costume this coming Monday, October 9, 2017.

Suit up and unleash your story at your Library!


"Haiku ng Buhay Ko" : a Haiku Poetry Writing Contest


1) Fill out an entry form from any of the Circulation Counters at the Library and at the ITC.

2) Construct a haiku conveying your personal life story or experience either in English or in Filipino.

3) Write in the prescribed format of three lines of 5-7-5 syllables.

4) Drop your entry in the designated drop box in the Library.


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