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MESSAGE OF THE PRINCIPAL

Welcome to our School Website!

Our school was named after the great Justice Ignacio Borbon Villamor who was also appointed as the first president of the University of the Philippines.

We are now in our 61st years of existence, though the school had encountered a lot of challenges and difficulties it remains steadfast in fulfilling its vision and mission – to produce quality and life long learners.

We cater students from varied social status having different attitude and character traits who are under the care and supervision of committed, dedicated, efficient and effective teachers. Our numerous winnings and recognition in various competitions are credited to the harmonious working relationship among the administration, teaching and non-teaching personnel and our supportive stakeholders in a child-friendly environment.

It is my hope that thru this Website one will know more about our school.

Come and Visit our school!

MARIA TERESA A. CUSTODIO
Principal

Video credits from Mr. Ervin C. Salonga of Science Dept.

ACTIVITIES and EVENTS

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61st FOUNDATION DAY!
January 31 - February 1
7am - 4pm

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OUR SCHOOL

Villamor High School was before Araullo High School, Sta.Ana Annex which was located on Jose Syquia St. Then by the power of the Municipal Ordinance pushed through by the late Councilor Angel Linao, the Araullo High School, Sta.Ana Annex became independent as another school on February 7, 1958 and became Sta.Ana High School. On September 26, 1958, through the power of Municipal Resolution No. 536 the Sta. Ana High School name was changed to Villamor High School in honor of Justice Ignacio Borbon Villamor, one of the first Filipinos who had established a worldwide feat in implementing laws and jurisprudence. In 1963, twelve (12) night classes were formed to sustain the need of working students. In July, 1970, through the power of Municipal Ordinance No. 6920, night classes for vocational education were officially approved. 

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!

RANK 1 – DIVISION LEVEL TEAM CATEGORY GROUP A

John Christopher V. Cordon 9 – Einstein

Caitlyn Dayne O. De Villena 9 – Einstein

Keizal Ann M. Gagala 8 – Aguinaldo

RANK 5 – DIVISION LEVEL INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY

Keizal Ann M. Gagala 8 – Aguinaldo

Mr. Rosauro S.M. Torres

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