Central Philippine University High School
|Central Philippine University
Junior High School
|Jaro, Iloilo City, Iloilo
|Type||Private Coeducational High school|
|Motto||Scientia et Fides (Latin)
Knowledge and Faith (English)
|President||Teodoro C. Robles|
|Principal||Asst. Prof. Janet C. Jalbuena|
|Grades||7 to 10|
|Affiliations||PRISAA and UNIGAMES|
|Varsity Team||CPU Golden Lions|
Central Philippine University Junior High School (formerly Central Philippine University Development High School and Central Philippine University High School) is a private high school located in Jaro, Iloilo City, Philippines which constitutes as one of the academic units and serves as the secondary education department of Central Philippine University.
Central Philippine Junior High School at present maintains its Level III accreditation status, the first high school in the Western Visayas to attain the said level of accreditation and one of the first three high schools in the Philippines to do so. The school is also one of the fifteen Network High Schools in the Philippines and it has served as division leader school of the Engineering and Science Education Project to implement instructional leadership in science education in Western Visayas region. The high school offers 2 classes: the special science class and the regular class.
The University Junior High School was established in 1913.
CPU Junior High School offers the regular high school program and a special science class program.
- Newly elected Central's 17th and 4th Filipino President - Dr. Teodoro C. Robles. 12/25/2012
- Central Philippines University welcomes new President. 12/25/2012
- CPU XI nips JBLFMU in Men’s Football Championship Match. Retrieved 10-13-13.
- History of Central Philippine University High School
- Central Philippine University 110 Years Celebration Souvenir Program[permanent dead link]. Retrieved 02-10-2016.
- Nelson, Linnea, A.; Herradura, Elma (1981), Scientia et Fides: The Story of Central Philippine University, Central Philippine University
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