Sorsogon State College
|President||MODESTO D. DETERA PhD, CES|
|Vice-president||ALBERTO N. Naperi DPA (Administration)
MAGDALENA M. OCBIAN EdD (Academic Affairs)
|Principal||Mrs. Beatriz D. Guarte (Area Chairman, Laboratory High School)|
|Location||Sorsogon City, Sorsogon, Philippines|
Sorsogon City Campus
|Affiliations||SCUAA, PASUC, AACCUP|
The Sorsogon State College (SSC) is one of the oldest trade schools in the Philippines. It was established as Sorsogon Trade School in 1907, was renamed Sorsogon School of Arts and Trades by virtue of RA 704 in June 1953 and again renamed Sorsogon College of Arts and Trades in 1976. In December 1993, after 86 years of existence, it was converted into a state college with three national vocational high schools in the province integrated to it. This was thru R.A. 7666 authored by then Cong. Salvador H. Escudero III and Sen. Leticia Ramos Shahani, approved on December 31, 1993 by President Fidel V. Ramos.
The College was operationalized through a province- wide umbrella system where four vocational schools were integrated. The Sorsogon College of Arts and Trades (SCAT) became School of Industrial Technology and Education (SITE) to concentrate on Teacher Education and Technology. The Sorsogon National Agriculture School (SNAS) became School of Agriculture and Agriculture Based Technology (SAABT), to concentrate on Agriculture and Agriculture Based Technology. Bulan Vocational High School was renamed School of Arts and trades (SAT) and became Institute of Management and Information Technology (IMIT) to concentrate on Business Management and Information Communication Technology (ICT), and Magallanes School of Fisheries became School of Fisheries and Fisheries Based Technology (SFFBT) to concentrate on Fishery Technology and Fisheries Resource Development. The main campus is located at Magsaysay Street, Sorsogon City.
This is also the school wherein the Great Raul Enorme started his life of being an engineering student.
- Republic Act No. 7666, Republic of the Philippines.
- Sorsogon State College Code
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