Colegio de San Bartolome de Novaliches

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Colegio de San Bartolome de Novaliches
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Quirino Hwy. cor. P. dela Cruz St., Brgy. San Bartolome, Novaliches

Quezon City

Coordinates14°42′4″N 121°2′1″E / 14.70111°N 121.03361°E / 14.70111; 121.03361Coordinates: 14°42′4″N 121°2′1″E / 14.70111°N 121.03361°E / 14.70111; 121.03361
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MottoPro Ecclesia et Patria (Latin)
For Church and Country
EstablishedFebruary 2, 1995 (1995-02-02)
FounderRev. Msgr. Anselmo P. Pamintuan
School districtDistrict 2
Funding SourcePrivate - Catholic
ChairmanMost Rev. Antonio R. Tobias, DD
PrincipalPaul B. Polintan
Teaching staff17
GradesK to 12
Gender of PupilsCo-educational
CampusUrban, 4,000 m2
Color(s)Green, Red and Yellow             
AthleticsVarsity Team
NicknameCSBN Centurions
AccreditationCBCP, Diocese of Novaliches, MAPSA
AffiliationsCBCP, Diocese of Novaliches, MAPSA


The Colegio de San Bartolome de Novaliches (commonly abbreviated as CSBN) was set up following a development plan of the San Bartolome de Novaliches Parish Pastoral Council. A 1-hectare property was bought, and 4,000 square meters of it were allotted for the school. The Pre-school Department opened in June 1995 with 12 enrollees at the old site. Former parish priest Anselmo P. Pamintuan set up the Elementary Department in June 1996, with 250 students. Because of its notable increase in mid-1996, upon the instructions of the archbishop of ManilaJaime L. Cardinal Sin, the school was housed in the basement of the new church. As the CSBN grew, in the summer of 1997 a single-floor building with 5 classrooms was built to house the High School Department. By school year 1999-2000 the first students graduated at secondary level.

In May 2003 Father Albert N. Delvo was appointed by the bishop emeritus of Novaliches, Teodoro C. Bacani, Jr. as superintendent, to succeed Rev. Msgr. Pamintuan as the school director. In July 2004 he was succeeded by Fr. Victor Emmanuel I. Clemen, who led the school for 3 years.

On May 2007 bishop of Novaliches Antonio R. Tobias, DD assigned Rev. Fr. Delvo to be the director and superintendent of all the member schools of the Parochial Schools Association in Novaliches (PSA - Nova).[1]

In the 2012 the Colegio de San Bartolome de Novaliches was handled by Fr. Delvo.



In addition to basic subjects such as language, science, mathematics, physical education, etc.:

  • Values Education
  • Christian Living Education (CLE) - religious studies
  • Filipino (Filipino Grammar, Literature, Comprehension and Vocabulary) - taught in the Filipino language
  • Philippine Geography, History and Culture (Sibika at Kultura/ HeKaSi) - taught in the Filipino language
  • Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan/ Home Economics and Livelihood Education (EPP/ HELE)

High school[edit]

In addition to mathematics, science, technology, music, art, etc.:


  • Grade 7 - Philippine Literature, Grammar and Reading
  • Grade 8 - Afro-Asian Literature, Grammar and Reading
  • Grade 9 - English-American Literature, Grammar and Reading, Basic Thesis Writing
  • Grade 10 - World Literature, Advanced Thesis Writing

Araling Panlipunan (AP)/ Social Studies[edit]

  • Grade 7 - Philippine History
  • Grade 8 - Asian History
  • Grade 9 - World History
  • Grade 10 - Economics

Christian Living Education (CLE)[edit]

  • Grade 7 - Maam Lheuay
  • Grade 8 - Sir Obet
  • Grade 9 - Sir Perry
  • Grade 10 - Fr. Lucille, Mr. Paul Polintan, and Fr. Chris Nombres


  • Grade 7 - Wide study of the Language and Literature, Ibong Adarna
  • Grade 8 - Intelligent study of the Language and Literature, Florante at Laura
  • Grade 9 - Literature and Introduction to Rhetorics, Noli Me Tangere
  • Grade 10 - Rhetorics and Literary Analysis, El Filibusterismo

Citizenship Advancement Training (CAT)[edit]

  • Grade 10 - Philippine Army Reserve Command (AResCom) - basic training


CSBN Taekwondo Club

Varsity Team[edit]

  • CSBN Centurions


  1. Colegio de San Bartolome de Novaliches Manual for Students. 2005. Search this book on Logo.png

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