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Coordinates: 14°32′32″N 121°01′35″E 14.54222, 121.02639


Colegio San Agustin

  • Location & Contact Information
    • Address, Directions, & Map
      • Palm Avenue corner Carissa Street, Dasmari�as Village, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
    • GPS Coordinates
    • Telephone Numbers:
      • +63 2 843-9998
      • +63 2 844-3603 (fax)
    • Email:
    • Official Website: [1]
  • History & Memorable Moments
    • Colegio San Agustin in name was established in 1968 by the Augustinian Province of the Most Holy Name of Jesus of the Philippines. On September 1, 1968, then-Auxiliary Bishop Bienvenido Lopez of the Archdiocese of Manila blessed the cornerstone of what would be the first CSA building. Construction would last for ten months until June 7, 1969, when the school opened its doors to its first batch of students, numbering 652, for both the Grade School and High School. Its first two buildings, the Administration Building and the present-day Grade School Building, were blessed by Rufino J. Cardinal Santos on August 28, 1969. At that time, two priests and twenty-four female teachers ran the fledgling school. [1]
    • Rapid expansion of the student population also caused the school's expansion. The bullring-shaped Pre-School Building was completed in 1972, followed by the Chapel, Phase I of the present-day covered courts, Phase II of the Grade School Building and the Grade School Canteen in 1973, and the Sports Complex in 1974. In 1976, the school accepted a donation of two hectares of land from the Ayala Corporation, in addition to the eight hectares purchased from the same.[1]
    • As the student population continued to grow, further expansion was needed, starting with the completion of the High School Building in 1977.[2] Other expansions and additions include those of the Theatre in 1980, the High School Annex and Phase II of the covered courts in 1985, the Grade School Building's southeast wing in 1986, the Polysport complex, Cafetorium and Lounging Shed (now St. Monica Hall) in 1987, the renovated Administration Building (since renamed Urdaneta Hall) and Pre-School Buildings in 1992, the renovation of the High School Science laboratories in 1997, and the Grade School Annex in 1998. Air conditioning was introduced in the 1990s for administrative offices and function rooms, and in 2003 for classrooms in all departments. The latest renovation was when the Theatre was demolished and rebuilt in 2005 and 2006.[1]
  • Overview, Photographs, & Video Links

Prospective Students

  • Admissions Tips
    • Application for the various levels usually starts around September of each school year for pre-school, November for grade school and January for high school. Application requirements generally consist of the following: NSO or City Hall birth certificate with registry number, F-138/report card signed by the principal of the previous school, F-137/transcript of records (from Gr. 1 up), letter of recommendation from the principal of the previous school and ID picture. Applicants for high school should have passed and completed grades one to seven. [1]

New & Current Students

  • Campus Events
  • Transportation
    • Carpool
    • School Bus
  • Safety Tips
  • Support Centers
    • Counseling
  • Grading System
  • Good Classes & Teachers
  • Groups & Organizations[1]
    • Art Club
    • Augustinian International Students' Organization (the CSA extension of the International Students Organization; serves as a medium of cultural exchange between members)
    • CSA Debate Organization (engages in debate education and public speaking training)
    • CSA Chorale
    • CSA Cultural Dance Troupe (teaches traditional dance forms)
    • CSA Ladies and Gentlemen (serves as ushers and usherettes for school functions; teaches manners and social graces)
    • CSA Red and Gold Boosters (encourages modern dance and organized cheering)
    • Literary Society (encourages English language theater, creative writing, and reading)
    • Samahan ng Makabayang Agustino (encourages Filipino language theater, creative writing, and reading)
    • Friends of Mother Earth (the environmental awareness and action club of the High School)
    • Future Homemakers' Club (teaches culinary arts and entrepreneurship)
    • Hackers' Society (the computing and technology club of the High School)
    • Honors' Society (composed of the Top 15 students from each High School class)
    • Kabarkadahang Agustino (the Christian praise and worship club)
    • Mu Epsilon (the Mathematics club)
    • Questors' Society (the Science club)
    • Outdoor Sports Club
    • Reach Out! Club (an organization founded with the intention of helping the poor in Philippine society through social action programs)
    • Sandigan ng Inang Bayan (the Social Studies club)
    • Youth for Mary (YFM) (Marian devotion club)
  • College & Career Tips


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  • Teachers (Where are they now?)
    • Aca, Engel Paul Quiazon (Current Affiliation?)
    • Avanzado, Fredrik Veloso (Current Affiliation?)
    • Broqueza, Alde Ulit (Current Affiliation?)
    • Burgos-Fredd, Salome Sandejas (Current Affiliation?)
    • Cacdac-Warnock, Maria Veronica (Current Affiliation?)
    • Caluya, Alodia Valen (Current Affiliation?)
    • Del Valle, Ruben (Current Affiliation?)
    • Gomez, Liza Santos (Current Affiliation?)
    • Montano, Luzviminda Marave (Current Affiliation?)
    • Porto, Loreta P (Current Affiliation?)
    • Rivera, Karlronald (Current Affiliation?)
    • Torrado-Laroza, Jacqueline Torrado (Current Affiliation?)
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