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The official site says that the area is 2,637.67 km², which contradicts the figure in the article. Still need to confirm which is correct. (Just because it came from the official site of the province doesn't mean it's true). —seav 09:17 26 Jun 2003 (UTC)

The "Barasoain Ecclesiastical Museum" and "Barasoain Museum" mentioned here, I believe, refers to the same museum, which is actually the "Barasoain Ecclesiastical Museum" Bijaei Rodriguez (talk) 18:28, 4 January 2010 (UTC)


"When the Americans established a civil government in the Philippines, they held the first election in the country in the town of Baliuag, Bulacan on May 6, 1899. "<<-- I doubt the veracity of this fact because I believe that it is highly improbable that an election was held in Baliuag, if it was really true that the first local elections was actually held there, in 1899. why?

1. 1999 was the height of the conflict between the Filipinos and the Americans. the province of Bulacan was a hotbed of "insurrection" during that year. A civil government may only be established in a pacified province, city or town.

2. the Americans only began organizing a civil government in 1900. Even with the establishment of the civil government with the Philippine Commission as the legislature, executive powers still resided in the Military Governor. Civil Government was only fully established on July 4, 1901 with William Howard Taft as Civil Governor.Angeles624 19:49, 20 April 2007 (UTC)

Feel free to edit the articles as long as you can prove it. --- Tito Pao 21:22, 20 April 2007 (UTC)
The Baliuageños celebrated this on 1999, the centenary, there were a couple of old folks claiming their parents voted.
Some links: [1] (not really reliable), [2] (a travel website), [3] (a blog, but has the most detail and the most scholarly in tone), etc. You can find more by conducting a google search with the phrase "Baliuag 1899 election". --Howard the Duck 01:59, 21 April 2007 (UTC)
From the book Malolos: The Crisis of the Republic by Teodoro Agoncillo, p. 390:
...The following day, Bustos and Baliuag fell, and the Filipino defenders fled northward. At Baliuag, Lawton seized 150,000 bushels of rice and 265 tons of sugar and distributed them to the civilians. On May 7, he authorized the creation of the first Filipino local government under the Americans. General Field Orders No. 8, dated at Baliuag, May 7, said:
For the purposes of official and just representation of the inhabitants of this town with Military authorities, as well as for temporary convenience in restoring and maintaining order among the former, the citizens ere authorized to meet and elect a capitan municipal. The result of such meeting has been the selection of Señor Francisco Guerrero, who is therefore announced as Mayor and authorized to select a council and such other assistants or officers as may be necessary to properly administer municipal affairs. He will be accordingly respected and obeyed.
I'll cite other references I can find. — scorpion prinz 00:27, 22 April 2007 (UTC)

Those first elections are correct. But it should not be civil government but military government. By May 1899, Bulacan was already in American hands. In fact, the southern half of Pampanga was captured by May 4. Although the country was still at the height of the conflict, the revolutionary troops by this time, had already fled to the north, to Nueva Ecija and Tarlac. Ivanhenares 14:22, 7 May 2007 (UTC)

Citatio nneded for Bulacan Foundation Date? In 2006..Josie Dela Cruz,then Governor of Bulacan asked Dr.Reynaldo Naguit,then director of Bulacan Center for Studies or CBS to do research to findi when is the true date for the Foundation of Bulacan as a Province.In 2008..the Center for Bulacan Studies presented their research to the Provincial Governor that..CBS have find documents mentioning "Provincia de Bulacan" as of 1578. so the Provincial Government of Bulacan enacted a resolution in January 2008 declaring August 15,1578 as Founding date of the Province.Now..why do such edtings to contest/sounds contrasting at the Province official foundation date? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Tope110383 (talkcontribs) 23:48, 19 August 2014 (UTC)

Legislative Districts of Bulacan[edit]

The municipality of Bulacan do not belong to the 4th Congressional district but to the First Congressional district (which includes the towns of Calumpit, hagonoy, paombong,and pulilan and the city of malolos.) thanks Angeles624 15:34, 3 May 2007 (UTC)

Done. --Howard the Duck 16:48, 19 June 2007 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:Santamaria bulacan.jpg[edit]

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Splitting into multiple articles[edit]

I think the article is too long and needs to be split into multiple articles. Potential articles could be Tatak Bulakenyo, History of Bulacan (the history section could be replaced with a summary of its history while the details will be on the main history article), the Points of Interest could be moved somewhere (and needs cleaning up also). What do you think? Kleomarlo (talk) 05:41, 12 September 2008 (UTC)

The History section most certainly needs to be split out. I'm going to start by doing that then have a look at splitting out some of the other sections. Ideally this would be best done by an expert on the subject but since this is so long overdue so I'm going to give it a go. -France3470 (talk) 14:40, 27 April 2010 (UTC)
There is a lot of work needed to sort out the history section, and it is quite daunting - however, unless a start is made, it will never get done. I have made that start. I have moved the entire history section to History of Bulacan, and left a crude cut and paste summary, per WP:Summary style, in this article. Both the history section in this article, and History of Bulacan are going to need some work in terms of referencing and clarity. SilkTork *YES! 16:52, 5 June 2010 (UTC)

Persons list clean-up[edit]

Too many names were added to this article, but the references for these are not cited, and in some cases it's not clear if these persons are notable enough for inclusion (most names are red links). Hence, I've cleaned up (and still am) the list of notable Bulakenos.

This is intended to be a transitory/provisionary clean-up. If you are planning to restore any of the names I've removed, please cite your sources, make sure that anyone else can verify these sources, and also check if the names are notable enough for inclusion in Wikipedia. Note that these measures are necessary because what may be common knowledge to your townmates or province-mates may not be so to other readers of the English Wikipedia. I've retained names that may appear on standard Philippine History textbooks or really, really notable celebs (e.g. Regine Velasquez, Angel Locsin, Lydia de Vega).

Questions, concerns...please head over to my talk page and fire away, let's work on improving our province's article. Thanks. --- Tito Pao (talk) 03:24, 4 September 2009 (UTC)

School list[edit]

See Wikipedia:Manual of Style (embedded lists) for guidance on lists within articles. I have moved the list of schools from the article to this talkpage. It is an uncited list, and even if it was cited, is of dubious value in a general encyclopedia. SilkTork *YES! 16:52, 5 June 2010 (UTC)

The following are the top public secondary schools in Bulacan based on students' performance and teaching effectiveness[citation needed] arranged in alphabetical order.
  1. Assemblywoman Felecita G. Bernardino Memorial Trade School, Marilao
  2. Bulacan State University Laboratory High School, City of Malolos
  3. Calawitan High School, San Ildefonso
  4. Calumpit National High School (formerly San Marcos High School), Calumpit
  5. Marcelo H. del Pilar National High School, Malolos City
  6. Mariano Ponce National High School, Baliuag
  7. Meycauayan National High School, Meycauayan City
  8. Obando National High School,Obando
  9. Parada High School, Santa Maria
  10. Prenza National High School, Marilao
  11. Pulong Buhangin National High School, Santa Maria
  12. Ramona S Trillana High School, Hagonoy
  13. San Ildefonso National High School, San Ildefonso
  14. San Miguel National High School, San Miguel
  15. Sapang Palay National High School, City of San Jose del Monte
  16. San Jose Del Monte National Trade School, City of San Jose del Monte
  17. Sta. Monica National High School, Hagonoy
  18. Bocaue Central School, Bocaue
  19. Lolomboy National high School, Bocaue

Tertiary Education[edit]

The following are the top colleges and universities in Bulacan: (In alphabetical order)

  1. AMA Computer College (AMACC), City of Malolos, Meycauayan City, San Jose Del Monte City
  2. AMA Computer Learning Center (AMACLC); Baliuag, Cities of Malolos, Meycauayan & SJDM
  3. ABE International College of Business & Accountancy, City of Malolos
  4. Baliuag University, Baliuag
  5. Bulacan Merchant Marine Academy, Balagtas
  6. Bulacan Agricultural State College , San Ildefonso
  7. Bulacan Polytechnic College , City of Malolos (Main), Obando, San Miguel, City of San Jose Del Monte, Bocaue
  8. Bulacan State University - Main Campus, City of Malolos
  9. Bulacan State University - Satellite Campuses, Bustos; Bulakan, Bulacan; City of San Jose Del Monte
  10. Centro Escolar University (Malolos), City of Malolos
  11. College of Saint Anthony, City of San Jose Del Monte
  12. Dr. Yanga's Colleges, Inc., Wakas, Bocaue, Bulacan
  13. Immaculate Conception International College of Arts and Technology-URC, Poblacion,Santa Maria
  14. Jesus Is Lord Colleges Foundation, Inc., Bocaue
  15. Liceo de Pulilan Colleges, Pulilan
  16. Mariano Quinto Alarilla Polytechnic College, Meycauayan City
  17. Marilao Community College, Marilao
  18. Meycauayan College, Meycauayan City
  19. Norzagaray College, Norzagaray
  20. Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Santa Maria Extension, Santa Maria
  21. Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Open University, Pulilan Campus, Pulilan
  22. Saint Mary's College of Meycauayan, Meycauayan City
  23. University of Regina Carmeli, City of Malolos
  24. Saint Mary's College of Baliuag, Baliuag
  25. St. Augustine School of Nursing, Malolos City
  26. St. Paul University at San Miguel, San Miguel
  27. STI College, Balagtas, Sta. Maria, Meycauayan City, Malolos
  28. Sienna College, City of San Jose del Monte
  29. Baliuag Polytechnic College, Baliuag
  30. TESDA Korea-Philippines Information Technology Training Center, Guiguinto
  31. Philippine Womens University - Bulacan, Baliuag
  32. Marilao Community College, Marilao
  33. Manila Montessori International College, Marilao
  34. Marian College, Baliuag
  35. Fernandez Colleges Baliuag, Bulacan

Start class[edit]

This is a poor quality article. It consists mainly of poorly presented lists. It has little organisation, and a reader has to work hard at getting any useful information out of it. I have moved it to start class. SilkTork *YES! 17:14, 5 June 2010 (UTC)