Media Centre

Our Media Centre offers a selection of 16,500 media. Students can borrow books, films, audio-books, newspapers and magazines in several languages. The spacious premises of the Media centre are ideal for spending intervals between lessons, doing homework or for just reading quietly in a pleasant atmosphere.

Library catalogue/Webopac Lyceum

Digithek (research portal for high school students)

PressReader (over 6,000 international newspapers and magazines)

Jstor (Online archive with a selection of special interest and scientific magazines in English)

Questia school (Digital online library of academic books and articles in English)

Britannica School (General knowledge English-language encyclopedia)

Rules for the use of the Media Centre


Ruth Bezzola-Wagner, Head of Media Centre

Antoinette Russi, Staff Media Centre

081 851 30 18  


Opening hours:

Monday 7.30 - 17.00
Tuesday 7.30 - 17.00
Wednesday      7.30 - 12.15
Thursday 7.30 - 17.00
Friday 7.30 - 17.00

Please note:

Borrowing media

  • All students, teachers and other staff may use the Media Centre free of charge and borrow media. 
  • A maximum of 3 DVD’s may be borrowed at any one time. 
  • The lending periods are as follows: 
Books and audio-books  4 weeks
DVDs, CD-ROM’s and magazines         3 days

  • If the lending period has expired, a written reminder is issued and sent by post or put in borrower’s mailbox. The following fees are charged:

Pre-reinder without cost
1st reminder CHF 5.--
2nd reminder         CHF 20.--

  • If the deadlines stated in the reminders are not met, students may be be gated or put in detention (see separate regulations).
  • If the 2nd reminder is disregarded, the medium in question will be bought at the expense of the borrower, including additional fees for reminders and administration (CHF 15.--). 
  • The borrowed media are to be transported and treated with due care. Borrowers will be charged for any damage or loss and are personally liable for the media they borrow.  Please do not let third parties use any borrowed media.