St. James Academy (Malabon)

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St. James Academy
St. James Academy, Malabon City 01.jpg
The school's facade until its renovation in 2014.
Rizal Avenue Extension corner General Luna Street
Malabon City, Metro Manila
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Type Coeducational, Roman Catholic, Private School, Dominican, Diocesan School
Motto "A School United in Faith, Committed to Excellence"
Established 1926
Oversight MAPSA, KADSA, Diocese of Kalookan, Dominican Sisters of the Trinity
Administrator Sr. Bambina Lapara O.P. (Directress)
Principal Ms. Cristina Conche (Basic Education Dept.)
Mr. Roderick Torres (Night Class Dept.)
Chaplain Rev. Fr. Elpidio A. Erlano, Jr. (Parish Priest of San Bartolome Parish)
Grades Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12
Enrollment approx. 2000

Blue and Gold

Accreditation PAASCU Level II
Affiliations Roman Catholic (Diocese of Kalookan, Dominican Sisters of the Trinity)
Demonym Jamer

St. James Academy is a Catholic school in Malabon City, Philippines, offering primary and secondary education. The school opened in June 1926 under the administration of the Maryknoll Sisters. In 1980, administration passed to the Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Siena, and later to the Dominican Sisters of Trinity in 2010. The school is owned by the Archdiocese of Manila and is among the diocese schools of the Diocese of Kalookan. It serves students from the Greater Manila area; which includes residents of Malabon, Valenzuela, Quezon, Caloocan; in addition to residents of Navotas, Obando and Marilao.

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