Division of City Schools–Valenzuela


Division of City Schools–Valenzuela
Department of Education
Division of City Schools Valenzuela City
Edukasyong Pansangay ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela
Agency overview
Formed June 1, 1994
Preceding agency Division of Valenzuela, Malabon and Navotas
Headquarters Marulas Central School Compound, Pio Valenzuela St., Marulas, Valenzuela City
Agency executives Dr. Flordeliza Mayari, Schools Division Superintendent
Dr. Andres M. Leabres, Assistant Superintendent
Parent agency Department of Education
Website
http://www.valenzuela.deped.gov.ph/index.htm

The Division of City Schools–Valenzuela or simply DCS–Valenzuela is a subdivision of Department of Education mandated to supervise public and private elementary, secondary and tertiary education in Valenzuela City, Philippines.[1] The current head of the Division is Dr. Flordeliza Mayari, assisted by the next-in-line superintendent Dr. Andres M. Leabres.

The main office of DCS–Valenzuela is located in Marulas Central School Compound, Pio Valenzuela St., barangay Marulas. This office also houses the division's congressional district I's first elementary, congressional district II's first elementary and high school district offices. On the other hand, district office for congressional district I's second elementary is within the Andres Fernando Elementary School compound in barangay Malanday; congressional district II's second elementary school district is in Gen. T. de Leon Elementary School compound.[2]

The city government prides itself in giving free education to its quality free education to its constituents through its primary, secondary and tertiary schools.[3]

Note: The lists are incomplete up–to–date.

Contents


District offices

DCS–Valenzuela has two district offices in each congressional districts in elementary level and a coordinating office for the high school level[4]:

  • Elementary level
Congressional district I:
Malinta Elementary School compound, Malinta
Andres Fernando (A. Fernando) Elementary School compound, Malanday
Congressional district II:
Gen. T. de Leon Elementary School compound, Gen. T. de Leon
Marulas Elementary School compound (main office), Marulas
  • Secondary level
Congressional district I:
Malinta Elementary School compound, Malinta
Congressional district II:
Malinta Elementary School compound, Malinta

Schools division superintendent

The schools division superintendent is the highest policy-maker of the division. He coordinates with the city mayor to implement education projects.

List of schools division superintendent of Valenzuela[5]
Name Term Office title/designation Historical timeline
Dr. Luis R. Santos 1994–1998 Schools division superintendent (CAMANAVA) Preceded by the defunct Division of Caloocan–Malabon–Navotas–Valenzuela (CAMANAVA)
Ms. Rosalinda Tongco 1998–1999 Officer-in-charge, schools divisions (CAMANAVA) After the dissolution of defunct Division of CAMANAVA, it was succeeded by Division of Valenzuela–Malabon–Navotas (VALMANA) until 2001.
Dr. Victoria Q. Fuentes 1999 Schools division superintendent (VALMANA) In Valenzuela, until mid-2001 only when the new Division of City Schools–Valenzuela was formed.
Dr. Nenita S. Rivera 1999–2001 Officer-in-charge, schools division (Valenzuela)
Dr. Aquilina S. Rivas 2001–2004 Schools division superintendent
Dr. Alma Bella O. Bautista 2004–2008 Schools division superintendent (Valenzuela)
Dr. Joel T. San Luis 2008–2009 Schools division superintendent (Valenzuela)
Dr. Flordeliza Mayari 2009–present Schools division superintendent (Valenzuela)

Government-owned schools

Primary/Elementary schools

  • A. Deato Elementary School
  • A. Fernando Elementary School
  • A. Mariano Elementary School
  • Bignay Elementary School
  • Bitik Elementary School
  • Canumay East Elementary School
  • Canumay West Elementary School
  • Caruhatan East Elementary School
  • Caruhatan West Elementary School
  • Coloong Elementary School
  • Constantino Elementary School
  • Dalandanan Elementary School
  • Doña Ata Elementary School
  • Gen. T. de Leon Elementary School
  • Isla Elementary School
  • Lawang Bato Elementary School
  • Lingunan Elementary School
  • Malabo Elementary School
  • Malinta Elementary School
  • Malinta Elementary School — Pinalagad Annex
  • Mapulang Lupa Elementary School
  • Marulas Central Elementary School
  • Maysan Elementary School
  • P. R. San Diego Elementary School
  • Paltok Elementary School
  • Parada Elementary School
  • Paso de Blas Elementary School
  • Pasolo Elementary School
  • Pio Valenzuela Elementary School
  • Punturin Elementary School
  • Rincon Elementary School
  • San Miguel Heights Elementary School
  • Serrano Elementary School
  • Silvestre Lazaro Elementary School
  • Sto. Rosario Elementary School
  • Tinajeros Central School
  • Tugatog Elementary School
  • Wawang Pulo Elementary School

Secondary/High schools

  • Mapulang Lupa National High School
  • Maysan National High School
  • Parada National High School
  • Polo National High School
  • Sitero Francisco Memorial National High School
  • Valenzuela City Science High School
  • Valenzuela National High School
  • Vicente P. Trinidad National High School (formerly Punturin National High School)[6]

Private schools

  • Angel's Hope Academy
  • Bible Institute for the Deaf
  • Bobby & Kates Academy
  • Bright Hope School
  • Charis Christian Learning Center of Valenzuela
  • Children of Mary Immaculate College
  • Christ's Ambassadors Christian Academy
  • Colegio de Sta. Cecilia
  • Divine Word Learning Center
  • Emmaus Christian School
  • Juliever Academy
  • Little Bethlehem Learning Center
  • Marisyl School
  • Marulas Christian School
  • Mary Immaculate Learning Center
  • Monte Villa Learning Center
  • Monteras Learning Center
  • Montessori Academy of Valenzuela
  • Nuestra Señora De Guia Academy
  • Our Lady of Lourdes College
  • Philippine Ling Liang Christian Academy
  • Philippine Faith Academy
  • San Diego Parochial School
  • St. Bernadette Learning Center of Valenzuela
  • St. Catherine School
  • St. Didacus School
  • St. Joseph Academy of Valenzuela
  • St. Joseph School of Lawang Bato
  • St. Jude Academy
  • St. Louis College of Valenzuela
  • St. Mary Montessori Center
  • St. Mary's Angels College of Valenzuela
  • St. Paul Christian School
  • St. Therese of the Child Jesus Academy
  • Sto. Rosario Montessori School
  • Valenzuela Christian School

Colleges and universities

  • Bethel Bible College
  • Biblical Seminary of the Philippines
  • Datamex Institute of Computer Technology
  • Fatima College of Medicine
  • Fatima Medical Science Foundation, Inc.
  • Febias College of Bible
  • Our Lady of Fatima University
  • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela
  • Our Lady of Lourdes College
  • St. Mary's Angels College of Valenzuela
  • St. Judel Institute of Technology
  • St. Louis College
  • Sta. Cecilia College
  • Valenzuela City Polytechnic College

Notes

  1. ^ "Mission and Vision" (in English). http://www.valenzuela.deped.gov.ph/dcsvision.htm. Retrieved 2009-04-22. 
  2. ^ "Location map (DEPED-Valenzuela)" (in map form). http://www.valenzuela.deped.gov.ph/dcslocationmaps.htm. Retrieved 2009-04-22. 
  3. ^ Caiña, Zyan (August 29, 2008). "Mayor WIN Delivers Valenzuela City State of Education Address". Public Information Office. http://www.valenzuela.gov.ph/press.php?id=20080825&tbl=press. Retrieved 2009-04-22. 
  4. ^ Congressional district for elementary level division is equivalent in dividing the city in legislation. For more information on barangays spanning the two legislative districts/congressional districts of Valenzuela City, see Legislative districts of Valenzuela City.
  5. ^ "DCS-Valenzuela History". http://www.valenzuela.deped.gov.ph/dcshistory.htm. Retrieved 2009-04-22. 
  6. ^ Caiña, Zyan (August 26, 2009). "New Law Creates Vicente P. Trinidad National High School". Valenzuela City: Valenzuela Public Information Office. http://www.valenzuela.gov.ph/press.php?id=200900552&tbl=press. Retrieved 11 March 2010. 

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