Silliman University School of Basic Education

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Silliman University
School of Basic Education
Established 1901 (as an elementary school)
2001 (as a consolidated unit)
Type Private
Location Hibbard Avenue, Dumaguete City, Philippines Flag of the Philippines.svg
Website www.su.edu.ph

The Silliman University School of Basic Education, abbreviated as SBE, is one of the academic units of Silliman University, a private university in Dumaguete City, Philippines.

Academic profile[edit]

History[edit]

Directors of the School
Prof. Leticia R. Alcala, 2001-2007
Prof. Francisco E. Ablong, Jr., 2007 - 2011[1]
Dr. Earl Jude Cleope, 2011–present

Composed of the Early Childhood, Elementary and the High School departments, its origins can be traced to as early as 1901 when Silliman Institute was founded as an elementary school for boys by American Presbyterian missionaries. In 1916, the first high school diplomas were awarded and way into the 1950s an early childhood school was developed. Over the years, these schools operated as separate units, but in 2001 a merger was made to form the present-day School of Basic Education.[2]

Programs[edit]

Student publications[edit]

  • Stones and Pebbles
  • Junior Sillimanian

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "University Administrators". Silliman University. Retrieved 2011-06-06.
  2. ^ "School of Basic Education". Silliman University. Retrieved 2011-01-05.

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