Saint Bernadette College of Alabang

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Saint Bernadette College of Alabang
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Location
Saint Bernadette College of Alabang is located in Metro Manila
Saint Bernadette College of Alabang
Saint Bernadette College of Alabang
Saint Bernadette College of Alabang is located in Luzon
Saint Bernadette College of Alabang
Saint Bernadette College of Alabang
Saint Bernadette College of Alabang is located in Philippines
Saint Bernadette College of Alabang
Saint Bernadette College of Alabang
Km.23.6 East Service Road, Alabang

Muntinlupa

Coordinates14°25′30″N 121°02′49″E / 14.42498°N 121.04695°E / 14.42498; 121.04695Coordinates: 14°25′30″N 121°02′49″E / 14.42498°N 121.04695°E / 14.42498; 121.04695
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Information
Former names
  • Bernadette School for Children
  • Saint Bernadette School of Alabang
MottoRespect, Responsibility, Service to Humanity, Love for God
Patron saint(s)St. Bernadette
Founded1983 (1983)
StatusOpen
PresidentDr. Felicitas C. Rabonza
DeanDr. Danilo Cabalu
VP for Academics and AdministrationMrs. Ma. Flordeliza R. de Guzman
K-12 PrincipalMrs. Maria Ramona Cosay Gonzales
ComptrollerMr. Antonio N. Rabonza
GradesK to 12 & College
LanguageEnglish, Tagalog
Color(s) Red  and  White 
SongSaint Bernadette Hymn
SportsBasketball, volleyball, tennis, chess
MascotFighting Griffins
Website
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Saint Bernadette College of Alabang is an academic institution in Muntinlupa, Philippines, that offers pre-school, elementary, high school, and college programs.[1]

Gertrudes-Vivo Carlos provided inspiration to Dr. Felicitas Carlos-Rabonza and spouse Mr. Antonio N. Rabonza to establish the institution.

History[edit]

Aware of the need for more schools in Alabang, Dr. Felicitas Carlos-Rabonza – the Directress/President of SBCA, made a commitment to make use of her property to build a school. It measures 2,189 sq.m., and another lot adjacent to the site is also available for future expansion. The vacant lot has an area of additional 3,311 sq.m. The property is parallel to the South Superhighway, near the Alabang rotonda.

The school was established in 1983, in a small renovated garage, with one small classroom for the use of ninety-one students enlisted in the Nursery, Kindgarten and Preparatory levels. Mrs. Josefina A. Beltran was the founding principal of Bernadette School for Children and Dr. Herminia C. Mangussad, the founding DECS Private School Supervisor. Since then, additional grade levels had been added each year. On June 18, 1985, The Preschool and Elementary School were recognized by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports.

In 1987–1988, the school started to offer Secondary Education Program. In the same curriculum year, the name Bernadette School for Children was changed to Saint Bernadette School of Alabang. In December 1989, the Elementary level was recognized by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports. School Year 1990–1991 marked the completion of the Pre-school, Elementary and High School Departments.

School year 1996–1997 marked the opening of the College Department.[1] Hence the name Saint Bernadette School of Alabang was changed to Saint Bernadette College of Alabang.

School hymn[edit]

"Saint Bernadette Hymn" is the official school hymn of Saint Bernadette College of Alabang. The lyrics and composition are by Ma. Flordeliza C. Rabonza and Rick Calsado of University of the Philippines Conservatory of Music. It was arranged by Emmanuel Bacarra on July 3, 1998.[2]

Affiliations[edit]

  • Aerospace Cadets of the Philippines
  • Rotary Interact (under the supervision of the Rotary Club of Muntinlupa) [1]
  • Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP) [2]
  • Association of Private School Administrators of Muntinlupa (APSAM)[3]
  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)[4]

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