|Motto||Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam
For the Greater Glory of God
|Established||June 19, 1971|
|Type||Private, Co-educational, Roman Catholic, Hijas de Jesus Sisters|
|Affiliations||Hijas de Jesus|
|Principal||Ms. Aida A. Gomez (High School), Ms. Yolanda N. Cruz (Elementary)|
|Founder||Saint Candida Maria de Jesus, F.I.|
|Directress||Sr. Emelinda C. Falsis, F.I.|
|Grades||Preschool, Grades 1-6, High School Grade 7-12|
|Location||Candida Ma. Street, BF Homes,
Parañaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines
|District||District 2, Parañaque|
|Oversight||Hijas de Jesus|
|Accreditation||Elementary PAASCU level 2; High School PAASCU level 2|
|Campus||Urban, ~3 hectares|
|Colors||Blue and white|
|Newspaper||The Manresan (High School Dept.), The Junior Manresan (Elementary Dept.)|
|School Hymn||"Hail Manresa"|
Manresa School is a private, co-educational Roman Catholic school in Parañaque City, Philippines. Established in 1971, Manresa School is run by the nuns of the Congregation of the Hijas de Jesus, founded by Candida Maria de Jesus.
Manresa School offers education in the Preschool (Nursery, Kindergarten, and Preparatory), Elementary (1st to 6th grades) and Secondary (Years 1 to 4) levels.
The Daughters of Jesus chose the name Manresa due to the significance of the place to the congregation as Candida Maria de Jesus was a follower of Ignatian spirituality; Saint Ignatius of Loyola used to spend time praying in a cave at Manresa, Spain. 
The Manresa Logo consists of a cross, and the letters I, H and S with the words Hijas de Jesus, Parañaque City encircling the bottom part of the circle.
In 1961, after the Catholic Church's call for a school to be built outside of Manila, the Daughters of Jesus attained a 3 hectare lot of land in BF Homes, Parañaque with the help of mining executive Jesus S Cabarrus, Sr.
The school opened on June 19, 1971, run by Sisters Angeles Garcia, F.I., Gertrudes Magdayao, F.I., Rosa Ortega, F.I. and Victoria Ruy, F.I. The next year, the school began accepting students for the primary grades, adding grade levels every year thereafter until the elementary department was completed.
Manresa School began accepting High School students in School Year 1977-1978. During the same year, boys were allowed to enroll, the school being previously all-female. Manresa's first high school batch graduated on March 26, 1981, the same year the school was granted a license for a Nursery department. 
Manresa's Elementary department gained Level 1 Accreditation through the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities on May 31, 2001. The High School department was granted Level 2 PAASCU Accreditation on January 31, 2003, which was renewed for another five years on May 5, 2008.
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