List of schools in Dumaguete

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Dumaguete City is the capital of the Province of Negros Oriental, Philippines and has been dubbed as a "University Town" or a "center of learning in the south" by the local and regional media due to the presence of four universities and a host of other colleges and schools in the city. This article lists those schools, colleges and universities.

Silliman University
Foundation University
Negros Oriental State University

Private universities[edit]

State universities[edit]

Private and public colleges[edit]

  • AMA Computer University
  • Asian College (1972)
  • Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria (COSCA) (1959)
  • Dumaguete Academy for Culinary Arts (DACA)
  • Dumaguete Christian Technical School Inc.
  • En Gedi International College
  • Maxino College (2007)
  • Metro Dumaguete College (2002)
  • Negros Maritime College Foundation, Inc. (1994)
  • Presbyterian Theological College
  • STI College-Dumaguete
  • Teamskills School for Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management (TSCAHMI)

Private elementary & high schools[edit]

  • ABC Learning Center
  • Catherina Cittadini School
  • Dumaguete Agape Chinese Christian Academy
  • Dumaguete Mission School
  • Dumaguete Missionary Baptist Academy
  • Galileo Learning Center
  • Ginjosh Grace Christian Academy
  • Holy Cross High School
  • Joshua Generation International Academy
  • Kainos Montessori Christian Academy, Inc.
  • Lifegiver Christian Academy
  • Little Village Educational Foundation, Inc.
  • Living Word Christian School
  • Negros Oriental Montessori International School
  • Olivet Learning Institute of Asia
  • ONE International School
  • Royal Oaks International School
  • Siloam International Christian School
  • Soongsil Agapia International High School
  • SouthDale Integrated School
  • St. Louis School-Don Bosco
  • SYL (Saceda Youth Lead) High School

Public elementary schools[edit]

The Department of Education-Dumaguete City Schools Division has 3 legislative districts namely: North District, South District and West District. DepEd Division office is located inside the campus of Taclobo National High School.

  • Amador Dagudag Memorial Elementary School (aka East City Elem. School)
  • Batinguel Elementary School
  • Babajuba Elementary School
  • Balugo Elementary School
  • Cadawinonan Elementary School
  • Calindagan Elementary School
  • Camanjac Elementary School
  • Candau-ay Elementary School
  • Cantil-e Elementary School
  • City Central Elementary School
  • Herminigilda F. Gloria Memorial Elementary School
  • Junob Elementary School
  • Magsaysay Memorial Elementary School
  • North City Elementary School
  • South City Elementary School
  • West City Elementary School
  • West City Exceptional Child Learning Center (SPED)
  • West City Science Elementary School

Public high schools[edit]

Negros Oriental High School

References[edit]

  • External links