Student Life


The Monsignor Victor Pavis Library at Cardinal Hayes exists to serve students, faculty, and staff in their pursuit of information. The resources and texts available through the library are intended for research and enjoyment.
Librarian: Ms. Kathryn Tkach
Phone: 718-292-6100 ext. 214
Library Hours: 7:30 - 2:30 

Library Regulations

The library is a place for quiet study, reading, homework, and the use of library materials including computers to print and edit. The library is staffed by a librarian who is ready to help students locate materials, answer questions, and discuss research and writing.

I. Borrowing, Returning & Using Library Materials  
In order to borrow a book, magazine, newspaper from the library or to use any of the computers, a student must have a valid Hayes I.D. Card.
Books are borrowed for a two-week period, with the ability to renew.
Each student is responsible for any library material that he borrows, along with any fines for late returns or payment for lost items. It is advisable that library materials borrowed in one student’s name and I.D. number not be lent to another user.
II. Fines/Overdues
While there are no late fees for books kept past their due date, students are encouraged to contact the librarian to renew their check-outs.
III. General Information 
Any student who wishes to use the library in lieu of going to the cafeteria during lunch period must obtain a pass from the librarian before homeroom or after school for the following lunch day. The pass must be signed by a cafeteria supervisor before arriving in the library for lunch. 
All school rules pertaining to food, drink, gum chewing, and uniform must be followed in the library.
IV. Library Pass 
Any student who needs to use the library during regular class period should obtain a teacher-signed pass with the student’s name and homeroom indicated on the pass.

Cardinal Hayes High School

650 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10451
Phone: 718-292-6100
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The Mission of Cardinal Hayes High School, a community based in Roman Catholic values, is to inspire diverse young men of the New York City metropolitan area to become lifelong learners and responsible citizens. We will accomplish this goal by encouraging students' spiritual and intellectual growth through a rigorous college preparatory program of academics, extra-curricular activities, and personal discipline.