This study entitled “An Assessment on the Disaster Preparedness of Lipa City Colleges: Basis for Program Enhancement” was conducted to determine the level of competency and preparedness of Lipa City Colleges on disaster drills. Moreover, this study aimed to enhance the program that will help to improve the disaster plan of the school. The researchers used random sampling technique for the student-respondent and population sampling for the School Disaster Management Committee-respondent. A self-made questionnaire were administered to 310 student-respondent which includedone hundred eighteen (118) male and one hundred ninety-two (192) female; twenty (20) teachers whichincluded eleven (11) male and nine (9) female and thirty-two (32) SDMCrespondents which included sixteen(16) male and female and conducted simulation drill. The statistical treatment used were frequency count, ranking, percentage and weighted mean. The statistics safely concluded that the assessment of the student, teacher, staff and members of School Disaster Management Committee-respondents on level of competency of Lipa City Colleges in terms of Disaster Preparedness have high significant differences in terms of orientation prior to the conduct of the drill and actual conduct of the drill on headcount, and significant difference on evacuation. The researchers came up to the conclusion that majority of the SDMCrespondents were 26-35 years old, both male and female and did not have priority population, meanwhile, in the student-respondents were 16-25 years old, female and did not have priority population and on the other hand, the teacher-respondents were 16-25 years old, male and also with no priority population. The School Disaster Management Committee or the LCC Disaster Control group lack initiative in educating, conducting seminar and orientation to the students, teachers and staff on the things to do in times of disaster.