The Sisters of Mary School

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The Sisters of Mary School
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Location

Information
TypePrivate school
Motto
Established1985
FounderAloysius Schwartz
CampusUrban, 4 campuses
Color(s)Yellow, Blue, Red and Green                 
NicknameSMS, Aloysian
AffiliationCatholic
Website

The Sisters of Mary School (SMS) is a Catholic school in the Philippines, located in Silang, Cavite and Metro Cebu.

It consists of four campuses located in different areas of Silang, Cavite and Metro Cebu.

The founder of SMS is Msgr. Aloysius Schwartz,an American diocesan priest[1] now known as Venerable Aloysius Schwartz.

History[edit]

The Sisters of Mary School was founded on August 15, 1985, in Sta. Mesa Manila Philippines and later on it expands in different areas of Cavite .

On 1990, The Sisters of Mary School established its first campus in Talisay City, which is also composed of both campuses for boystown and girlstown before they were separated and the Boystown was transferred to Minglanilla, Cebu.

Academics[edit]

The academic and curricular programs below are offered by the different school campuses of The Sisters of Mary School Philippines, the following are :

TVET courses offered in Girlstown:

  • Bookkeeping NC III
  • Computer Systems Servicing NC II
  • Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing NC II
  • Contact Center Services NC II
  • Bread and Pastry Production NC II
  • Dressmaking NC II
  • Mechatronics Servicing NC II
  • Technical Drafting NC II

TVET courses offered in Boystown:

  • Automotive Servicing NC I and II
  • Bread and Pastry Production NC II
  • Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II and III
  • Computer Systems Servicing NC II
  • Driving NC II
  • Contact Center Services NC II
  • Machining NC I and II
  • CNC Lathe and Milling Machine Operation NC II
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC I and II
  • Technical Drafting NC II
  • Tailoring NC II

Campuses[edit]

Biga Campus[edit]

Location: Bo. Biga, Silang Cavite
Maximum Capacity: 3,500 high school girls

Adlas Campus[edit]

Location: Bo. Adlas, Silang Cavite
Maximum Capacity: 2,200 high school boys

Talisay Campus[edit]

Location: J.P. Rizal St., Talisay City Cebu
Maximum Capacity: 3,300 high school girls

Minglanilla Campus[edit]

Location: Tungkop, Minglanilla, Cebu
Maximum Capacity: 2,200 high school boys

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schwartz, Aloysius. "Priest who fought poverty, bishops now 'venerable'". Global Nation Inquirer. Inquirer. Retrieved 27 December 2016.
  • The Sisters of Mary Schools - Philippines. "Brief History of the Institution". The Sisters of Mary Schools - Philippines. The Sisters of Mary Schools - Philippines. Retrieved 27 December 2016.

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