This study investigated the metacognitive awareness on reading strategies and information literacy skills of senior high school students. The respondents were 210 Grade 11 and 12 students of selected private senior high schools in Davao City. In choosing the schools, non-probability sampling technique was used where the subjects were selected based on their accessibility and proximity. In identifying the respondents, stratified random sampling was employed. The respondents underwent a probability sampling procedure wherein their populace was divided into various sub-groups. Then, random selection was done to choose the final subjects. Also, the descriptive correlational research design was utilized in this study. The research instrument used was an adapted survey questionnaire which was field tested by experts for reliability and validity. The statistical tools used in this study were descriptive statistics, mean, standard deviation, and Pearson r coefficient. The findings revealed that the level of metacognitive awareness on reading strategies was high; also the level of information literacy skills was high; thus, there was a significant relationship between metacognitive awareness on reading strategies and information literacy skills. Also, metacognitive awareness on reading strategies and information literacy skills enhanced the reading capacities of the senior high school students making them information literate learners.