Two UPIS teachers were recently honored by the UP College of Education. They were Professors Rica Joy Redrev S. Ibarra and Pamela R. Vonoya, both from the UPIS K-2 Department. Prof. Ibarra was given the Milagros D. Ibe Excellence in Teaching award while Prof. Vinoya was given the Esperanza B. Bautista Excellence in Teaching award. The two were honored during the "Gawad Kolehiyo at Pagpupugay 2017" held at the Benitez Theater last September 29, 2017. [AJCOcampo]
UPIS Scholars of the Filipino-American Cultural Organization (FACO) met their donors when FACO representatives visited the UPIS recently. In the photo (from left) are the UPIS FACO scholars Danna Marie F. Sumalabe, Ma. Ginza Marew C. Nicolas, Chloie Mae O. Guanzon, and Wenona Dawn R. Catubig. To the right of Wenona are outgoing FACO president, Belle Limjoge, her sister Rowena Gado, and UPIS Principal, Dr. Lorina Calingasan. Scholars were selected based on financial need and Grades. [AJCOcampo]
Celebrate UPIS' 101 years and beyond. Reconnect with batchmates, friends from school and our teachers. Pay homage and thanksgiving to our beloved UPIS. Join the 2017 UPIS Grand Alumni Homecoming hosted by UPIS Batch 1992. This year's jubilarians are UP High and UP Prep Batch 1967. View the e-invite here.
Dr. Lorina Y. Calingasan (2nd from right) was appointed UPIS Principal by Chancellor Tan after a month long search where she was the lone candidate. Dr. Calingasan appointed Professors Portia Y. Dimabuyu (extreme right), Rachel B. Ramirez (2nd from left), Czarina B. Agcaoili (extreme left) as her Assistant Principal for Administration, Assistant Principal for Academic Programs and Head of the Office of Research, Development and Publication respectively. Dr. Calingasan was a UPIS Social Studies teacher and was once Assistant Principal for Academic Programs before she transferred to the U.P. College of Education [AJCOcampo]
Please be informed that UPIS does not accept transferees for our Senior High School Program (Grades 11-12). Only UPIS Grade 10 students will enter the said program.
As a laboratory school of the U.P. College of Education, UPIS can only accommodate a limited number of students per level due to a CHED directive which limits admission to laboratory schools of state colleges and universities.
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|Nov 29||Release of Report
|Dec 4||Make-up classes
|Dec 9||Grand Alumni
|Dec 11||Make-up classes
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