Division of City Schools – Manila

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The Division of City Schools – Manila, or simply the DCS-Manila, is a division under the supervision of the Department of Education. It also refers to the three-tier public education system in Manila, the Philippines.

The main office of the DCS-Manila is situated at the main building of the Universidad de Manila at the Mehan Garden. The DCS-Manila Superintendent is mandated by Republic Act No. 4196 (now the PLM Charter) to be a member of the six-man Board of Regents of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila.

The division has two universities, 32 public high schools, 71 public elementary schools.[1]

Public elementary and high schools[edit]

  • Lakan Dula High School
  • Tondo High School


District II[edit]

  • Lakan Dula Elementary School
  • Jose Rizal Elementary School
  • Arsenio C. Herrera Elementary School
  • Arsenio H. Lacson Elementary School
  • Barrio Obrero Elementary School
  • Francisco Benitez Elementary School
  • Gregoria de Jesus Elementary School
  • Gen. Gregorio del Pilar Elementary School
  • Lapu-Lapu Elementary School
  • Librada Avelino Elementary School
  • Mariano Ponce Elementary School
  • Gen. Maximino Hizon Elementary School
  • Melchora Aquino Elementary School
  • Plaridel Elementary School
  • Felipe G. Calderon Integrated School
  • Florentino Torres High School
  • Jose P. Laurel High School
  • Lakandula High School
  • Pres. Sergio S. Osmeña Sr. High School

District III[edit]

District IV[edit]

  • Antonio A. Maceda Integrated School(former Vicente Orestes Romualdez Integrated School(VORIS))
  • Dr. Alejandro Albert Elementary School
  • Benigno Aldana Elementary School
  • Graciano Lopez Jaena Elementary School
  • Padre Jose Burgos Elementary School
  • Padre Pedro Pelaez Elementary School
  • Juan Luna Elementary School
  • Laong Laan Elementary School
  • Legarda Elementary School
  • Gen. Licerio Geronimo Elementary School
  • Gen. Miguel Malvar Elementary School
  • Moises Salvador Elementary School
  • Trinidad Tecson Elementary School
  • Dr. Turong Yanta Elementary School
  • Andres Bonifacio Integrated School
  • Claro M. Recto High School
  • Esteban Abada High School
  • Ramon Magsaysay High School
  • Valeriano E. Fugoso Memorial High School

District V[edit]

  • Baseco Elementary School
  • Dr. Celedonio A. Salvador Elementary School
  • Justo Lukban Elementary School
  • Epifanio de los Santos Elementary School
  • Fernando Ma. Guerrero Elementary School
  • Margarita Roxas De Ayala Elementary School
  • Rafael Palma Elementary School
  • Silahis ng Katarungan Special School
  • Pres. Corazon C. Aquino High School
  • Ignacio B. Villamor High School
  • Manila High School
  • Manila Science High School
  • Manuel Araullo High School
  • Manuel A. Roxas High School
  • Shine Antonil High School
  • Republic Institute

District VI[edit]

  • Bacood Elementary School
  • Bagong Barangay Elementary School
  • Bagong Diwa Elementary School
  • Beata Elementary School
  • Fernando Amorsolo Elementary School
  • Geronimo Santiago Elementary School
  • Jacinto Zamora Elementary School
  • Pio del Pilar Elementary School
  • Sta. Ana Elementary School
  • Tomas Earnshaw Elementary School
  • Carlos P. Garcia High Schhol
  • Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Integrated School
  • Eulogio Rodriguez Vocational High School
  • Mariano Marcos Memorial High School
  • Victorino Mapa High School
  • Elpidio L. Quirino High School
  • St. Mary's Acadamy
  • Jaime Cardinal Sin Learning Center
  • St. Francis School

Public colleges and universities[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jorge, Rome. "Urban Legend" The Manila Times Internet Edition. June 22, 2008.