Division of City Schools–Valenzuela

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Department of Education
Division of City Schools Valenzuela City
Edukasyong Pansangay ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela
Agency overview
Formed June 1, 1994
Preceding agency
  • Division of Valenzuela, Malabon and Navotas
Headquarters Marulas Central School Compound, Pio Valenzuela St., Marulas, Valenzuela City
Agency executive
  • Dr. Melton P. Zurbano, Schools Division Superintendent
  • , Assistant Superintendent
Parent agency Department of Education
Website http://depedvalenzuela.com/

The Division of City Schools–Valenzuela or simply DCS–Valenzuela is a subdivision of Department of Education mandated to supervise public and private elementary, secondary and tertiary education in Valenzuela, Metro Manila, Philippines.[1] The current head of the Division is Dr. Melton P. Zurbano, without assistant superintendent

The main office of DCS–Valenzuela is located in Marulas Central School Compound, Pio Valenzuela St., barangay Marulas. This office also houses the division's congressional district I's first elementary, congressional district II's first elementary and high school district offices. On the other hand, district office for congressional district I's second elementary is within the Andres Fernando Elementary School compound in barangay Malanday; congressional district II's second elementary school district is in Gen. T. de Leon Elementary School compound.[2]

The city government prides itself in giving free education to its quality free education to its constituents through its primary, secondary and tertiary schools.[3]

District offices[edit]

DCS–Valenzuela has two district offices in each congressional districts in elementary level and a coordinating office for the high school level:[4]

  • Elementary level
Congressional district I:
Malinta Elementary School compound, Malinta
Andres Fernando (A. Fernando) Elementary School compound, Malanday
Congressional district II:
Gen. T. de Leon Elementary School compound, Gen. T. de Leon
Marulas Elementary School compound (main office), Marulas
  • Secondary level
Congressional district I:
Malinta Elementary School compound, Malinta
Congressional district II:
Malinta Elementary School compound, Malinta

Schools division superintendent[edit]

The schools division superintendent is the highest policy-maker of the division. He coordinates with the city mayor to implement education projects.

List of schools division superintendent of Valenzuela[5]
Name Term from Term to Office title/designation Historical timeline
Luis R. Santos June 1, 1994 August 20, 1998 Schools division superintendent (CAMANAVA) Preceded by the defunct Division of Caloocan–Malabon–Navotas–Valenzuela (CAMANAVA)
Rosalinda Tongco August 20, 1998 February 2, 1999 Officer-in-charge, schools divisions (CAMANAVA) After the dissolution of defunct Division of CAMANAVA, it was succeeded by Division of Valenzuela–Malabon–Navotas (VALMANA) until 2001.
Victoria Q. Fuentes February 3, 1999 October 8, 2001 Schools division superintendent (VALMANA) Until mid-2001 only when the new Division of City Schools–Valenzuela was formed.
Nenita S. Rivera October 8, 2001 2001 Officer-in-charge, schools division (Valenzuela)
Aquilina S. Rivas 2001 August 12, 2004 Schools division superintendent
Alma Bella O. Bautista August 12, 2004 August 5, 2007 Schools division superintendent (Valenzuela)
August 5 – September 23, 2007
Joel T. San Luis September 23, 2007 August 20, 2008 Officer-in-charge, schools division superintendent (Valenzuela)
Joel T. San Luis August 20, 2008 2009 Schools division superintendent (Valenzuela)
Flordeliza R. Mayari 2009 2013 Schools division superintendent (Valenzuela)
Wilfredo E. Cabral 2013 present Schools division superintendent (Valenzuela)


Government-owned schools[edit]

Primary/Elementary schools[edit]

  • A. Deato Elementary School
  • A. Fernando Elementary School
  • A. Mariano Elementary School
  • Bignay Elementary School
  • Bitik Elementary School
  • Canumay East Elementary School
  • Canumay West Elementary School
  • Caruhatan East Elementary School
  • Caruhatan West Elementary School
  • Coloong Elementary School
  • Constantino Elementary School
  • Dalandanan Elementary School
  • Doña Ata Elementary School
  • Gen. T. de Leon Elementary School
  • Isla Elementary School
  • Lawang Bato Elementary School
  • Lingunan Elementary School
  • Malabo Elementary School
  • Malinta Elementary School
  • Malinta Elementary School–Pinalagad Annex
  • Apolonia F. Rafael Elementary School(formerly known Mapulang Lupa Elementary School)
  • Marulas Central Elementary School
  • Maysan Elementary School
  • P. R. San Diego Elementary School
  • Paltok Elementary School
  • Parada Elementary School
  • Paso de Blas Elementary School
  • Pasolo Elementary School
  • Pio Valenzuela Elementary School
  • Punturin Elementary School
  • Rincon Elementary School
  • San Miguel Heights Elementary School
  • Santiago A. Deguzman Elementary School
  • Serrano Elementary School
  • Silvestre Lazaro Elementary School
  • Sto. Rosario Elementary School
  • Tagalag Elementary School
  • Tugatog Elementary School
  • Wawang Pulo Elementary School

Secondary/High schools[edit]

Private schools[edit]

  • Angel's Haven Learning Center
  • Bible Institute for Deaf
  • Bobby and Kates Montessori, Inc.
  • Bright Hope School, Inc.
  • Charis Christian School of Valenzuela
  • Charisma Christian School for Children Inc.
  • Children of Mary Immaculate College
  • Christ's Agape School of Valenzuela
  • Christ's Ambassador Christian Academy
  • Colegio De Sta. Cecilia
  • Colegio Sto. Niño de Valenzuela
  • Corinthian School, Inc.
  • Divine World Learning Center
  • Emmaus Christian School, Inc.
  • High Horizons Learning Center
  • Jeremiah: Prophet of All Nation Christian School, Inc.
  • Jesus is Lord Christian Foundation, Inc.
  • Jesus Our Life Christian Academy
  • Jireh Miracle Jose Academy, Inc.
  • John Vincent School
  • Juliever Academy
  • Little Bethlehem Learning Center
  • Lord Jesus Christ Christian Academe, Inc.
  • Marisyl School, Inc.
  • Marulas Christian School, Inc.
  • Marulas Valenzuela Learning Center, Inc.
  • Mary and Child Valenzuela Learning Center
  • Mary Imaculate Learning Center of Valenzuela
  • Messiah School Foundation, Inc.
  • Milk and Honey Learning Center
  • Monteras Learning Center, Inc.
  • Montessori Academy of Valenzuela, Inc.
  • Montevilla School, Inc.
  • Mother Shepherd Montessori School of Valenzuela
  • New Prodon Academy of Valenzuela
  • Nuestra Señora de Guia Academy
  • Our Lady of Angels Learning Center, Inc.
  • Our Lady of Lourdes College
  • Our Lord's Vineyard School
  • P. Angel's Hope Academy
  • Parafort Child Study Center Development
  • Paragon Academy, Inc.
  • PE Jesus Cares Christian School
  • Peña Educational Center
  • Philippine Faith Academy
  • Philippine Ling-Liang Christian Academy
  • Polycalm Academy
  • Rosewood Montessori International School of Valenzuela, Inc.
  • Saint Jude Academy
  • Saint Louis College Valenzuela
  • Saint Mary Montessori Center
  • Saint Mary's Angels College of Valenzuela
  • San Diego Parochial School
  • SKM Christian Academy, Inc.
  • St. Bernadette College of Valenzuela
  • St. Blaise Learning Center of Valenzuela
  • St. Catherine School
  • St. Didacus School Inc.
  • St. Gregory College of Valenzuela
  • St. Joseph Academy of Valenzuela
  • St. Joseph School of Lawang Bato, Inc.
  • St. Leonore Learning Center
  • St. Michael Academy–Malinta
  • St. Michael Academy–Bagbaguin
  • St. Michael School of Canumay
  • St. Nick Learning Center
  • St. Paul Christian School, Inc.
  • St. Therese of Child Jesus Academy of Ugong Valenzuela, Inc.
  • St. Therese of the Child Jesus Kids Academy
  • Sto. Rosario Montessori School
  • Ten Commandments Child Development Center
  • Valenzuela Christian School
  • VUMC-Ecumenical Development School, Inc.
  • Westleyan Kindergarten School
  • Wisdom Jade Christian School
  • Words of Wisdom Christian Academy
  • Wrimare School Inc.

Colleges and universities[edit]


  1. ^ "Mission and Vision". Retrieved 2009-04-22. 
  2. ^ "Location map (DEPED-Valenzuela)" (in map form). Retrieved 2009-04-22. 
  3. ^ Caiña, Zyan (August 29, 2008). "Mayor WIN Delivers Valenzuela City State of Education Address". Public Information Office. Retrieved 2009-04-22. 
  4. ^ Congressional district for elementary level division is equivalent in dividing the city in legislation. For more information on barangays spanning the two legislative districts/congressional districts of Valenzuela City, see Legislative districts of Valenzuela City.
  5. ^ "DCS-Valenzuela History". Retrieved 2011-12-19. 

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