Ramon Magsaysay High School, Manila

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Ramon Magsaysay High School
Mataas na Paaralang Ramon Magsaysay
Ramon Magsaysay High School
España Boulevard cor. Don Quixote St. Sampaloc
City of Manila, Metro Manila
Type Public, Special Science
Motto Uphold the Culture of Excellence
Established 1959
Principal Mrs. Alma C. Tadina
Grades 7 to 12
Number of students approx. 7000
Medium of language English, Filipino
Campus 1 hectare
Nickname RMHS , Monsay
Affiliations Division of City Schools-Manila

Ramon Magsaysay High School (RMHS) is a high school in Manila, Philippines. It was founded as the Governor Forbes annex of V. Mapa High School in 1952. In 1959, it was renamed Ramon Magsaysay High School, in honor of former Philippine president Ramon Magsaysay.


Its first principal was Maria M. Ocampo (1959–1972) followed by William L. Estrada (1972–1976) and then Mateo A. Angeles (1976–1987), Esperanza B. Bautista (1987–1995,) Elena R. Ruiz (1996–1997), Leon R. San Miguel (1997–1999), Cristina C. Reyes (1999–2010) and now Alma C. Tadina (2010–present)

Chorale Group[edit]

The Ramon Magsaysay High School (RMHS) Chorale Manila consists of high school students of Ramon Magsaysay High School Manila under the guidance of their Choir Director, Michael G. dela Peña.


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