University of Perpetual Help System DALTA
The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA is a Catholic-oriented, co-educational, private university, with campuses at Las Piñas, Bacoor and Calamba City, Laguna in the Philippines. The university offers programs in preschool, secondary, tertiary levels, as well as short term vocational and special programs. Antonio Laperal Tamayo, his wife, Daisy Moran Tamayo, founded the University Of Perpetual Help System DALTA on February 5, 1975; the term “DALTA” in the name of the university is the acronym for Daisy Antonio Laperal Tamayo, the conjugal founders. The founding of UPHSD was inspired by the parents of Antonio Tamayo, Jose G. Tamayo and his wife, Josefina Laperal Tamayo, who earlier founded what is now known as the University Of Perpetual Help System JONELTA, which has five campuses; the first campus established is the Perpetual Help College and Hospital in Manila to meet the local and international demand for nurses. Two years the Perpetual Help College and Hospital Campus was founded in Malasiqui, Pangasinan, in response to the government’s program to promote health and educational development in the rural areas.
This was followed by the founding of the third Campus at Perpetual Help School of Laguna, at Biñan, in 1976, its medical school, the Perpetual Help School of Laguna Foundation. Thereafter, the Perpetual Help Campus at General Marcos Alvarez in Cavite, the Perpetual Help Campus in Cauayan, Isabela were established, bringing the number of campuses to five. Hence, the founding of UPHSD traces its roots to 1968 when Dr Jose G. Tamayo and his wife, Dr Josefina Laperal Tamayo, parents of Dr/General Antonio L. Tamayo, founded the UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM JONELTA. On February 5, 1975, just seven years after his parents opened the Perpetual Help College and Hospital in Manila, Dr/BGen Antonio Tamayo and Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo founded their own Perpetual Help College of Rizal along Alabang-Zapote Road, in Las Piñas City; the school was housed in a four-storey building constructed in the record time of four months. The initial academic offering of PHCR is Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Upon opening of the course, 700 students enrolled.
This beginning for the infant school opened the way for its expansion in terms of curricular programs, research, community service and professional development, leading the founders to convert the college to a university with the official name, University of Perpetual Help, Rizal. Today, the former UPHR is known by its amended official registered and business name as University of Perpetual Help System Dalta. In 1976, one year after opening of the PHCR, they established the Perpetual Help Medical Center about 200 meters from the University. Through the years, the PHMC metamorphosed into the University of Perpetual Help Rizal Medical Center. Today, its amended official registered and business name is University of Perpetual Help DALTA Medical Center. Complementing the leadership and management functions of Dr/BGen Antonio L. Tamayo and Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo are their two sons, Anthony Jose and Richard Antonio, both cum laude graduates of the University of the Philippines. Anthony Jose M. Tamayo assumed presidency of the UPHSD campuses in January 2010.
He is a cum laude graduate of Accountancy in University of the Philippines-Diliman, a Certified Public Accountant, MBA degree holder from Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, MA in Education degree holder from Harvard University. Richard Antonio M. Tamayo was appointed as President of the University of Perpetual DALTA Medical Center, he is the president of other DALTA companies including Dalta Builders, Inc. Health Care and Development Inc. Dalta Jonelta Foundation Inc, A8 Travel and Tours, he is the Executive Vice President for Administration for DALTA Group of Companies Central Office and Executive Director of DALTA Group of Companies, Zero Waste Management Committee. Richard Tamayo was a cum laude graduate of Business Economics in University of the Philippines-Diliman, he is a graduate of Squadron Officers’ Course of Air Force Officers’ School-Philippine Air Force, a Master in Business Administration-Health at the Ateneo de Manila University Graduate School of Business. He is enrolled in the Owner/President Management Program of Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
On April 20, 1997, the Commission on Higher Education, in its En Banc Resolution No. R 95-97, Series of 1997, granted university status to the University of Perpetual Help System Dalta at Las Piñas, the University of Perpetual Help System Jonelta at Biñan, as a single unit under the name “UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM”, effective Collegiate Year 1997-1998; the UPHS is governed by a single Governing Board of Directors composed of 15 directors, of which 5 directors represent the University of Perpetual Help System Dalta, 5 for the University of Perpetual Help System Jonelta, 5 for the UPH-Dr Jose G. Tamayo Medical University Foundation, with a single Chairman of the Board and CEO in the person of DR/B. GEN. ANTONIO L TAMAYO; the Board of Directors governs the UPHS through a Central Office headed by the Chief Executive Officer. The CEO created the Executive Board which directly formulates and supervises all policies, guidelines and projects relative to the philosophy, mission, standardization of curricular content and instruction, quality assurance, professional development, faculty research, community service, among others, of the UPH Las Pinas and UPH Biñan.
Both UPH Las Pinas and UPH Biñan have their respective Presidents who act as Chief Operating Officers of their respective cam
Technological University of the Philippines – Taguig
Technological University of the Philippines-Taguig was established in 1977 as one of the three prototype technician institutes in the Philippines. On January 3, 1985, the BOR passed and adopted Resolution No. 100 s. 1985 changing the name of the Manila Technician Institute to TUP Taguig campus. This satellite campus is located at Km. 14 East Service Road, South Super Highway, Metro Manila. At present, TUP Taguig offers programs in pre-baccalaureate and masters level. TUP-Taguig is located near industrial companies in Metro Manila at KM. 14 East service road, Western Bicutan, Taguig City. Its campus facilities include nine major buildings located in a site of 8.5 hectare area. Basic Arts and Sciences Department Building, or BASD, has Chemistry and Physics laboratories and the Technical Drawing rooms, it contains classrooms for common first year lecture subjects and a laboratory room for the Computer-Aided-Design subject. The Technology Building houses the classrooms and workshop/laboratory areas for Automotive, Mechanical, Electromechanical and Control, Non-Destructive Testing and Air Conditioning, Tool Engineering Technology, Chemical Technology and Computer Technology.
The Italian Grant Building has classrooms and laboratory/workshop area for the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologies and their degree courses. The Administrative Building houses the offices of the Campus Director, Academic Affairs and Management, Student Services Division and Extension, Commission on Audit, Supply and ROTC; the building accommodates the Medical and Dental Clinic, the Architectural Technology classrooms, the Accreditation/ETEAAP room, the Internet area and the Intel-sponsored room. The Regional Center for Technical Education and Staff Development building houses, on one wing, the RCTESD staff offices, the Audio-Visual room, Conference room and Syndicate rooms; the other wing has the Learning Resource Center or the Library and the offices of the Supreme Student Council, the student publication - The Philippine Artisan, other accredited student organizations. Two Dormitory Buildings have a maximum capacity of 64 occupants per building; the Multi-purpose Hall serves as the venue for activities involving big group gatherings like the annual Acquaintance Party, Foundation Day, Wednesday Mass and other academic and social gatherings.
The TUP-Taguig Campus Cooperative Canteen is in this Building. The classroom for PSI-CEP students occupies the PSI Technologies-sponsored Building. Due to its modern furnishings, the room is used as a venue for higher management conferences and seminars; the Building with the Conference Hall services seminars, lectures and other gatherings requiring a closed air-conditioned venue. The building is used for the Academic Council assembly and the meetings of the faculty and staff organizations as well as student organizations. Graduate programs Master in Management Master of Technology Baccalaureate programs Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology Bachelor of Technology Bachelor of Technician Teacher Education Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science Pre-Baccalaureate programs Diploma in Architectural Technology Diploma in Automotive Engineering Technology Diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology Diploma in Computer Engineering Technology Diploma in Electrical Engineering Technology Diploma in Electromechanical Engineering Technology Diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology Diploma in Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technology Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology Diploma in Non-Destructive Engineering Technology Diploma in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineering Technology Diploma in Tool Engineering Technology As of December 2013, The Technological University of the Philippines – Taguig Campus attained level II Accreditation status from PISCUAA.
The courses that are with Level II Accreditation: Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Bachelor of Science in Electrical Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering https://web.archive.org/web/20120314205422/http://www.tup.edu.ph/page.php?id=campuses http://www.tup.edu.ph
University of Santo Tomas
The Pontifical and Royal University of Santo Tomas, The Catholic University of the Philippines, or the University of Santo Tomas, is a private, Roman Catholic research university in Manila, Philippines. Founded on April 28, 1611 by Miguel de Benavides, Archbishop of Manila, it has the oldest extant university charter in the Philippines and in Asia, is one of the world's largest Catholic universities in terms of enrollment found on one campus; the university is run by the Order of Preachers. UST is the only university to have been visited by three popes four times: once by Pope Paul VI on November 28, 1970, twice by Pope John Paul II on February 18 1981 and January 13, 1995, once by Pope Francis on January 18, 2015; the patron of the university is St. Thomas Aquinas, while St. Catherine of Alexandria is the patroness; the university is composed of several autonomous faculties, colleges and institutes, each conferring undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, the basic education units. Several degree programs have been accredited by the Commission on Higher Education as Centers of Excellence and Centers of Development.
Moreover, it was awarded with an Institutional Accreditation by the CHED through the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines. In December 2013, the university was recognized to have the highest number of accredited programs in the country by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities' Commission on Accreditation. Prominent Thomasians include saints, Filipino presidents, artists, scientists and religious figures, who have figured prominently in the history of the Philippines; the athletic teams are the Growling Tigers, who are members of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines and are consistent winners of the Overall Championship. The university campus is listed as one of the most viable sites in the Philippines to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, while the Archives of the University of Santo Tomas is listed as one of the most viable documentary heritage to be included in the UNESCO Memory of the World Programme; the foundation of the University is ascribed to Miguel de Benavides, O.
P. the third Archbishop of Manila. He came to the Philippines with the first Dominican mission in 1587, he went on to become bishop of Nueva Segovia, was promoted archbishop of Manila in 1601. Upon his death in July 1605, Benavides bequeathed his library and personal property worth 1,500 pesos to be used as the seed fund for the establishment of an institution of higher learning. Fr. Bernardo de Santa Catalina carried out Benavides's wishes and was able to secure a building near the Dominican church and convent in Intramuros for the College. In 1609, permission to open the College was requested from King Philip III of Spain, which only reached Manila in 1611. On April 28, 1611, notary Juan Illian witnessed the signing of the act of foundation by Baltasar Fort, OP, Bernardo Navarro, OP, Francisco Minayo, OP. Fort, appointed that year to the post of Father Provincial, became the rector in 1619; the Colegio de Nuestra Señora del Santísimo Rosario, was established on April 28, 1611, from the Benavides's library.
Renamed Colegio de Santo Tomas, it was elevated by Pope Innocent X to a university on November 20, 1645 in his brief, In Supreminenti. This makes the institution the first in the islands to be formally elevated to the status of university, its complete name is The Pontifical and Royal University of Santo Tomas, The Catholic University of the Philippines. It was given the title "Royal," by King Charles III of Spain in 1785; this makes the UST the first and only formally declared royal and pontifical university in the Philippines. The university was located within the walled city of Intramuros in Manila, it was started by the Spanish Archbishop of Manila in the early 17th century as a seminary for aspiring young priests, taking its name and inspiration from Saint Thomas Aquinas, a Dominican theologian. The first courses offered by the Colegio de Santo Tomas were canon law, philosophy, grammar, the arts, civil law. In 1871, it began offering degrees in the first in colonized Asia. At the beginning of the 20th century, with the growing student population, the Dominicans were given a 21.5 hectare land at the Sulucan Hills in Sampaloc and built its 215,000 square meter campus there in 1927 with the inauguration of its Main Building.
That year, it began accepting female enrollees. In the last four decades, the university grew into a full-fledged institution of higher learning, conferring degrees in law and various academic letters; the university has graduated Philippine national heroes and saints. The Medicine and Civil Law courses were retained in Intramuros at that time. During World War II, the Japanese forces converted the Sampaloc campus into an internment camp for enemy aliens Americans, living in the Philippines; the original Intramuros campus was destroyed in 1944 by an arson created by the Japanese Kempeitai. More than 4,000 foreigners survived under difficult conditions in the internment camp for 37 months from January 1942 until February 1945 when the camp was liberated by American soldiers. Since its establishment in 1611, the University's academic life was interrupted only twice: from 1898 to 1899, during the Philippine Revolution against Spain, from 1942 to 1945, during the Japanese occupation of the country.
In its long history, the university has been under the leadersh
SM Prime Holdings, Inc. is an integrated property developer and a subsidiary of SM Investments Corporation. It was incorporated on 6 January 1994 to develop, conduct and maintain the SM commercial shopping centers and all businesses related thereto, such as the lease of commercial spaces within the compound of shopping centers, it went public on July 5, 1994, subsequently grew to become the largest company listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange in terms of revenue. The company's main sources of revenues include rental income from mall and food courts, as well as from cinema ticket sales and amusement income; the roots of SM date back to the 1950s when entrepreneur Henry Sy, Sr. established a shoe store at Carriedo Street in Quiapo, Manila. His store was established as ShoeMart, located at Carlos Palanca Sr. Street, his aggressive and adamant strategy helped him gain large profits within a few years and he expanded his business to become a functioning department store named ShoeMart, which specializes in the sale of shoes, the sector of which the store was.
ShoeMart was abbreviated into to SM, the name which became known by the locals. The acronym SM has become an orphan initialism; the first ShoeMart outlet was abandoned and the department store moved to a new site along the nearby Carriedo Street. The old site was turned into its Clearance Outlet; the first SM Mall, the SM City North EDSA, was opened in 1985. Followed by the establishment of a second mall, the SM Centerpoint, in 1990. Since the company has expanded by establishing malls nationwide. On May 17, 2013, SM opened the SM Aura Premier; the same year, the company announced a merger with SM Land, which owns SM Development and Commercial Properties Group. As a result, upon approval by Securities and Exchange Commission, SM Prime is one of the largest property companies in the Southeast Asia region, competing with Gokongwei-led Robinsons Land. SM Supermalls is a chain of shopping malls with over 60 malls in the Philippines, seven in China. According to the company, the malls attract an average foot traffic of 3.5 million daily and has over 5,000 tenant partners.
SM Development Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary and the real estate arm of SMPH. The company was being criticized for having too small unit cuts, which can be as small as 15 square meters, the delays of giving out titles to unit owners. Cost-cutting measures were done to maximize profits from its residential projects. SM Supermalls The SM Store List of shopping malls in the Philippines List of largest shopping malls in the Philippines
Centro Escolar University
Centro Escolar University is a private university in Manila, Philippines. It was founded on June 3, 1907 by two women, Librada Avelino and Carmen de Luna, was called Centro Escolar de Señoritas, it became a university in 1933. Its Parañaque campus was part of the university's system until it was phased out in the early 1990s. Centro Escolar University was awarded Full Autonomy Status by CHED, granted Institutional Accreditation as certified by FAAP, Proficiency in Quality Management and ISO:9001 certification; the original academic program of the university, the Integrated School's elementary and high school programs opened in 1907. The programs were closed in its Mendiola Campus in the mid-1990s and formally phased out in 2004 in its Malolos campus; the last batch of its elementary and high school students were from its Malolos Campus in 2004 and 2001, respectively. The university will once again offer the Integrated School in its Malolos Campus starting the school year 2014-2015. On its first year of re-operation, the University Integrated School offered Nursery, Pre-Kindergarten, Grade 1 and 7.
While on the following year, the school opened its Grade 12 in compliance of the k-12 system. The School of Accountancy and Management is the third largest college in terms of student population in the university system. SAM known as the College of Commerce and Business later as the College of Commerce and Secretarial Administration, College of Accountancy and Secretarial Administration and the School of Accountancy, Business and Public Administration, started as a two-year secondary commercial course for girls. In 1928, a four- year college course was offered under the College of Liberal Arts, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Commerce, as well as a two-year Associate in Commercial Science course and a one-year secretarial couof the other peoplerse. Established in 1925, the School of Dentistry provides solid ground in the essentials of Dental Medicine; the School of Dentistry is managed by experienced dental professionals, who provide integrated educational programs based on advanced technology.
The students work with the most modern dental learning equipment simulators, dental infirmary, x-ray facilities, laboratories as they learn patient-centered clinical care. The School of Education, Liberal Arts and Social Work merged in the late 1990s to integrate the four major departments of the university; the CEU School of Medical Technology trains students in the performance of laboratory test procedures and analyses used in the diagnosis and prognosis of disease and the maintenance of health. The program focuses on the use of modern equipment and the performance of scientific techniques in the administration of the full spectrum of Medical Technology services required in modern health care. Founded in 1975, the School of Nursing offers master's degrees in nursing. Students at the School of Nursing learn the principles and practice of Nursing as they are seconded to tertiary hospitals and communities around the metropolis during their practicum. Since the establishment of the School of Nursing, community outreach programs have been part of the College activities in collaboration with the University activities.
The community immersion program started in 1998 on a partnership with the adopted municipality of Naic and presently it has expanded to the municipalities of Ternate in Cavite, Sto. Tomas and Laurel in Batangas in order to deliver the primary health care services to the community people; the School of Optometry was established in 1928. Known by their title " The Home of Board Topnothcers" The first tertiary academic program of the university is the Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy. Today, the college is known as the School of Pharmacy, it offers bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees in Pharmacy. In 2011, it was accredited to level IV; the College of Pharmacy was the first college established by CEU in June 1921. In 1929, the 3-year course was extended to 4 years leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy; the CEU College of Pharmacy was granted a Government Recognition No. 32, Series of 1946 on February 27, 1946. Twenty-six years the B. S. Pharmacy degree required 5 years of study, but in 1984, the B.
S. Pharmacy course was reverted to four years. In February 1999, it was elevated to the School of Pharmacy to include supervision of MS Pharmacy and PhD in Pharmacy programs. BS Pharmacy was opened in the CEU Malolos campus in June 2001 while BS Pharm. D. Program were offered in CEU Makati campus in June 2005, it has been a founding member of Philippine Association of the Colleges of Pharmacy since 1965. It is a founding member of the Asian Association of Schools of Pharmacy in April 2001; the School of Pharmacy is a founding member of the Philippine Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and of the Asian Association of Schools of Pharmacy. It is the first School of Pharmacy in the Philippines to be awarded with Level IV Re-accreditation status by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities – Commission on Accreditation as certified by Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines. Established in 1928 School of Science now School of Science and Technology offers bachelor's and master's degrees in Biology and Cosmetic Science It is the first school in the Philippines to offer a degree in Cosmetic Science, conceptualized by Dr. Zenaida Austria.
BS Cosmetic Science is the first in Asia. Also, in the field of technology they offer Information Technology, Computer Science and Computer Enginee
De La Salle University
De La Salle University known as La Salle and abbreviated DLSU, is a leading private, Catholic research university run by De La Salle Brothers located in Taft Avenue, Manila, Philippines. It was established in 1911 as the De La Salle College in Nozaleda Street, Manila with Br. Blimond Pierre serving as first director; the educational institution moved to its present location on September 21 to facilitate the increase in enrollment. The college was granted university status in February 1975 and is the oldest constituent of De La Salle Philippines, a network of 17 Lasallian institutions established in 2006 to replace the De La Salle University System; the university started as a boys' high school. In 1920 it began offering a two-year Associate in Arts Commerce program, discontinued in 1931 in favour of a Bachelor of Science in Commerce programme. DLSU offers coeducational undergraduate and graduate degree programmes through its seven colleges and one school specializing in various disciplines, including business and liberal arts.
The university is identified by the Philippine Commission on Higher Education as a "Center of Excellence" in six of its programmes, a "Center of Development" in 3 of its programmes. The university is among the 40 institutions granted autonomous status by CHED as of 2010, it is the first of the only two institutions granted the highest-level accreditation by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools and Universities. The university ranks 151-160th and 601-650th in the 2013 Asian University Rankings and 2013 World University Rankings published by Quacquarelli Symonds; the university is a member of several international university associations, including the ASEAN University Network and International Association of Universities as well as local organizations such as the South Manila Inter-Institutional Consortium. The Philippines was one of the last Asian countries that the De La Salle Christian Brothers established themselves in because the country was dominated by several Spanish religious orders.
Several years before the De La Salle Brothers were invited to the Philippines, the local American government ordered Ateneo to modernize and use English as a mode of instruction, but the Spanish Jesuits refused and argued that their allegiance was with Spain and not the United States of America. The Americans decided that it would be better for the De La Salle Brothers to take over the task, the Christian Brothers having established several reputable De La Salle schools worldwide that provided quality Christian-values-based education in more than 80 countries; the Americans have always known that De La Salle Brothers were up to the given task due to the Brother's main religious vocation was education. The De La Salle Brothers had 3 centuries of teaching experience making them knowledgeable and qualified in providing modern educational methods to the young Filipinos in Manila; the De La Salle Brothers were hesitant in establishing a De La Salle school in the country because the Americans insisted that the first De La Salle school should only educate the rich children of the Filipino ruling class.
The Americans wanted the Christian Brothers to Americanize future Filipino leaders through Lasallian education. The American request puts the De La Salle Brothers in a dilemma because it ran contrary to the original teachings and charism of Saint Jean Baptiste de La Salle - Patron Saint of Teachers whose religious vocation was to provide tuition free, quality Christian-values-based education that empowered the less privileged and poor children around the world. De La Salle University traces its founding roots to Manila archbishop Jeremiah James Harty. Harty, a graduate of a Lasallian school in the U. S. believed that the establishment of a De La Salle school in Manila would be instrumental and vital in preempting the spread of Protestantism in the Philippines through the arrival of the Thomasites and American Protestant church missions. His request would be endorsed in 1907 by Pope Pius X. An envoy of De La Salle Brothers arrived in 1910. Together with Harty, the Brothers searched for a suitable campus.
A 13,000 m2 property in Paco, Manila was purchased for this purpose. The De La Salle College was established as an elementary school later on as a high school for boys on June 16, 1911 by the De La Salle Brothers. Br. Blimond Pierre Eilenbecker FSC, Br. Aloysius Gonzaga McGiverin FSC, Br. Augusto Correge FSC, who arrived in Manila in March 1911. Classes started on the same day with 125 students, with 175 by July 10. On February 12, 1912, the college was incorporated under the sole ownership of the college director, Eilenbecker; the college was permitted to confer high school diplomas in the same year. Meanwhile, it received a charter from the Governor-General of the Philippines, allowing the college to confer associate degrees in commerce, it started offering the degree as a two-year program in 1920. The college had 425 students by 1921. Due to the lack of space in the Paco campus, the growing population of its student and faculty, the college moved to its present location in Malate, Manila on February 12.
In 1931, the College discontinued its two-year commerce program in favor of a three-year Bachelor of Science in Commerce program, approved a year earlier. A few hours before the Imperial Japanese Army could enter and ravage the "Open City" of Manila a contingent of young La Salle boys led by a De La Salle Brother marched on from Taft Avenue all the way towards the pre-war Ateneo de Manila, Padre Faura campus (presently occupied
St. Paul University Manila
St. Paul University Manila is a private a women's college and turned co-ed beginning school year 2005-2006 in Manila, Philippines; the college was established in 1912 by the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres, a Congregation founded in Chartres, France in 1698 1904 – On October 29, 1904, seven Sisters of the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres, France established its first foundation in the Philippines in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines; the Sisters, coming from their mission in Vietnam, responded to the invitation of Bishop Frederick Rooker of the Diocese of Iloilo, to which Dumaguete belonged. The seven Sisters were Mother Marthe de St. Paul, Superior, Sr. Marie Louise du Sacre Coeur, Sr. Ange Marie, Sr. Anne de la Croix, Sr. Charles de Genes, Sr. Catherine, Sr. Josephine. St. Paul’s College, Dumaguete was founded as St. Paul Academy, becoming the first St. Paul’s College in the PhilippinesSt. Paul Academy, located near the Cathedral, accepted boys and girls and prepared them for their First Holy Communion.
The Sisters were installed in the old Convent of the Augustinian Recollects that Bishop Rooker had offered. The parish priest transferred his residence elsewhere. January 9, 1905, the new school opened with 30 girls, four of them were boarders, six boys. Children and young men came to the school for religious instruction. Besides the regular academic courses, there were supplementary classes in music, painting, French and embroidery; the medium of instruction was English. However, since the Americans had been in the Philippines only for five years few pupils were acquainted with the language. Hence, the Sisters were obliged to learn Visayan and Spanish to be able to communicate with their charges. Charo Santos-Concio - former president of ABS-CBN and host of the country's longest-running drama anthology Maalaala Mo Kaya. Malu Maglutac - TV Host and model Ameurfina Melencio-Herrera - Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court from 1979 to 1992. Cecilia Guidote-Alvarez - founder of the Philippine Educational Theater Association.
She was declared as a National Artist for Theater in 2009. She is a former executive director of the National Commission for Culture and the arts and has been described as a “cultural caregiver”; some of her awards are: Bantayog Awardee – Hall of Fame in 1997, CCP Gawad Sining for Culture, Ninoy Aquino Awardee for nationalism. Pilita Corrales Cristina Ponce Enrile Katrina Ponce Enrile - Business Executive Lovely Rivero - actress Jessey Guiam - DJ of Yes The Best! 101.1 Anna Larrucea - actress Lorraine Schuck - Mutya ng Pilipinas title holder Janet basco - singer Ivy Violan - singer Lara Melissa De Leon - singer / actress Celeste Legazpi - singer Pinky Marquez - singer / actress Cynthia Patag - singer /actress Edu Manzano - actor, TV host, politician Maniya Barredo - ballet dancer Bennie Lou Quevedo, CTFA - FWN 100 Most Influential Women in USA 2011 St. Paul University Surigao St. Paul University Quezon City St. Paul College of Ilocos Sur Klein, Wendy. "Socializing children into household responsibilities: Ideologies and practices in American families".
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