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Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus

Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus is an educational institution administered by the Daughters of Charity and The Vincentian Institution. It is a school located at Gen. Hughes St. Iloilo City. It was founded on September 14, 1917. Presently, it is on its 90th year of existence.

History

Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus (CSCJ) came into existence when the Daughters of Charity from Colegio de San Jose extended their educational services to little boys and girls in Kindergarten in a rented room in Iznart Street. To this original kindergarten school was added the grade school and later the high school. Courses in commerce and Economics were also offered besides the general academic course in General Hughes Street. It was on September 14, 1917 when “Sagrado” now CSCJ was formally recognized as a school when the Securities and Exchange Commission approved officially its by-laws and constitution.

Under the Japanese regime, Sagrado offered grade school and high school programs. The Graduate School in Education started in 1945. the Conservatory of Music, the first of South of Manila, opened soon after. Between 1945 and 1975, all the courses being offered after the war received recognition from the Department of Education. To these were courses added such courses as Social Work, Nutrition, and Hotel and Restaurant Management to meet the needs of the country for social workers, nutritionists and hotel and restaurant managers.

June 1972 marked the re-orientation of the educational thrusts of Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus. The high school department blazed the trail towards voluntary accreditation in 1975 making it the first DC school to be accredited by PAASCU. The grade school followed suit when in 1979, it obtained PAASCU accreditation making it the first grade school to be accredited in Western Visayas. The college department started its thrusts for quality education when in 1983, PAASCU nominated Sagrado to be one of the pilot colleges for testing the validity of the common standards for accrediting higher education by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies in the Philippines (FAAP), a self-survey using the FAAP Manual of accreditation of these three programs in August 1986.

In 1986, the grade school and high school were merged into the Basic Education Department to provide better articulation between the two programs. Sagrado also turned co-educational by admitting male students in the Basic Education Department and in the College Department. School year 1994-1995 is marked with the implementation of the integrated DC school system in which Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus and Colegio de San Jose share one president. In 2003 – 2004, the St. Louise de Marillac School of Miag-ao was included in the integrated administration. This innovation creates a more competent synergy and creative fusion of each school’s human potentials and resources, physical plant, materials, policies, programs and projects for maximum apostolic and educational impact.

Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus, under the servant-leadership of the Integrated Administration President, Sr. Ma. Lourdes S. Verzosa, D.C. has reinvented itself by embracing the latest creative and empowering breakthroughs such as Computer Assisted Instruction, the Multiple Intelligences Approach, Mandarin Education, the Ballet School, Sagrado Alternative Evening School (SAES), the Villa Sagrado HRM Practicum Center and others. Sagrado has also reclaimed its niche as the center of arts in Iloilo City by presenting onstage Dalagang Bukid, The King and I, Flower Drum Song, Beauty and the Beast, Juanita Cruz which fused film and theatre for the first time on Philippine stage, and Aladdin from 2000 – 2005. Presently showing a multimedia production, The Lion King of Priderock.

After 90 years, Sagrado has emerged vibrant and progressive, zestful in its dreams of a NEW SAGRADO celebrating the incomparable wealth of the Sagradista talent. Sagrado stands tall as it doggedly pursues to face the challenges posed by the contemporary DC Missionary thrust and priorities as called for by its founders, St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac.

In the face of worldwide imperatives of new times, new paradigms and new considerations, Sagrado responded with a decisive focus on creative explorations in program and governance structures, systems revolution stretching the capacities of the new multidisciplinary person, seeing passion for excellence driven by the desire to grown and for want of the best and joyful relationships in genuine community building through multiculturalism, interfaith and multi-sectoral communion.

Vision, Mission, Core Values, Motto, Philosophy and Objectives

Vision

A Filipino Christian Community of Learners Committed to Integral Formation for Transformation.

Mission

To create a learning environment that empowers persons preferably the less privileged through Christian formation, academic excellence, research, professional competence and community service for sustainable development within Church and Society.

Core Values

RESPECT FOR HUMAN DIGNITY – Reverence for every person, and concern for the promotion of life, human rights and total human development.

COMPASSIONATE SERVICE – Sensitivity to the needs of others and zealous response of caring and sharing with the needy and disadvantaged, out of a gentle and humble heart.

CO-RESPONSIBILITY – Spirit of dialogue, partnership, participation, teamwork and collaboration in all endeavors for the good of all.

SOLIDARITY – Sense of communion with nature, with persons and families, regardless of gender, race, color, creed and socioeconomic status, and a firm determination to promote the common good.

SIMPLICITY – Love of, and living out of truth and freedom, honesty, transparency in relationships, modest and simple lifestyle in solidarity with the less-privileged.

COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE – Dedication to the highest ideals in continuing pursuit of global excellence for quality education.

SOCIAL COMMITMENT – Audacious love of country and dedication to the transformation of communities and society through change of personal attitudes.

Motto

"Servant Leaders for Transformation, Where Love is Service"

Philosophy and Objectives

Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus, Iloilo City, a school owned and administered by the Daughters of Charity in the Philippines carries the same philosophy of education of the St. Louise de Marillac Educational System of the Daughters of Charity education apostolate.

Courses Offered

DEGREE PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Mgt. (BSHRM)

Major in:

Culinary Arts and Kitchen Management (CKM)

Food and Beverage Services Mgt. (FBM)

Front Office and Housekeeping Mgt. (FHM)

Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (BSHM)

Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW)

Bachelor of Science Business Administration (BSBA)

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (BEE)

Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (BSE)

Major in: English, Mathematics, Filipino

NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS

Associate in Hotel and Restaurant Management (AHRM)

2-Years Dual Training in:

Associate in Hotel & Restaurant Management

SAGRADO ALTERNATIVE EVENING SCHOOL

Associate in Hotel and Restaurant Management

BASIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Upper Level-BED: Grades Seven to Ten (Highschool)(PAASCU Accredited)

Lower Level-BED: Grades One to Six (Elementary)(PAASCU Accredited)

Pre-Elementary: Kinder and Preparatory (Preschool)

Integrated System

In 1994, Sr. Julma C. Neo, DC, then Sister Visitatrix, called for the Sister President and Administrators of CSJ and CSCJ to prepare an experiment, the concept of which is to merge both schools under one president. Sr. Josefina R. Quiachon, DC was the first Integrated Administration President. In 1997, the Research and Development Center under the presidency of Sr. Freida P. Benitez, DC, produced a concept paper specifying objectives of the integrated administration scheme.

An increased articulation and concretization of integration became evident under Sr. Ma. Lourdes S. Verzosa, DC, who pushed for joint and shared activities, resources (human and material), communication, structures, policies, plans and programs, status and directions. Consultations on Integrated Administration, benchmarking initiatives as in participative management, research and technology, alternative pedagogical modalities, evaluation findings and BEC strengthening were held, creating evident apostolic impact in a city of schools. The integrated administration of CSJ and CSCJ was expanded by the Provincial Council to include the St. Louise de Marillac School of Miagao (SLMSM) for Academic Year 2002-2003. In Academic year 2003 – 2004, the different sectors of the school took a closer look at the Integrated Management through a series of sectoral meetings, which solicited their opinions on the extent of the integration as experienced by their own sector. As a result, structural changes were proposed giving rise to a new governance structure creating Vice-Presidents for Academics, Religious Education, Community Extension Services, Student Services and Administrative Services for the three member schools. This is depicted in the revised flat, circular organigram.

Currently, the Vice-Presidents for Academics, Religious Education, Community Extension Services, Administrative Services and Student Services are in an experimental operation and have intensified alignment of projects, cost-cutting of operations and sharing of human and material resources leading to fusion and synergy in the integrated management system.

A summit meeting on the future of the three member schools held early 2004 – 2005, gave the SLMES – DC in WV a clear perspective, definite directions and clear-cut courses of action. Expanding subsidiarity, collaboration, cooperation and in the spirit of stewardship, two governing/consultative bodies were created in school year 2005 – 2006, the In-House-Servant Leadership Team and the Summit Servant Leadership Team respectively. In the same year, the position for The Integrated Administration Executive Secretary was also created to address specific needs of the Integrated System.

The Assistant Vice-Presidents for Academics were created for a closer supervision on the curricular and co-curricular programs and activities in the institutional level. In 2007 – 2008, in-order to have a more focused religious education, the Vice-President for Religious Education (RE) was replaced by institutional coordinators for Religious Education (RE). The Vincentian Formation Institute (VFI), a project initiated by the Provincial House of the Daughters of Charity has trained delegates who are now in their second summer of formation. The delegates have truly enriched RE/CES Hyperlink as evidenced by their initiatives. Acting micro while thinking and dreaming macro, the Integrated Administration of St. Louise de Marillac Educational System of the Daughters of Charity in Western Visayas is well on its way of paving the way towards closer and tighter coordination and integration without losing the individuality and historicity of the member schools. It can never be more emphasized that integration is not uniformity, but a meeting of minds and common or collective direction for the system as a whole, interpreted in a unique way in the institutional levels. For the first time in the history of the DC schools in the Philippines, a Management Review and Mission Audit is scheduled on November 12 – 16, 2007. This is a chance to open up and look at ourselves as part and parcel of the DC Education Ministry. An honest to goodness view of what has been, what is and will be. A group of Auditors will visit the member schools of the SLMES – DC in WV to take a closer look at the totality of the school based on how the vision-mission is articulated bearing witness to a Vincentian School.

OPERATIONAL DEFINITION OF INTEGRATED ADMINISTRATION

It is a management and servant-leadership style used by the Daughters of Charity in Western Visayas to integrate Colegio de San Jose and Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus of Iloilo City and St. Louise de Marillac School of Miagao in genuine spirit of Basic Ecclesial Community while upholding the uniqueness of each school culture and preserving individual school autonomy in some aspects of operations. However, essential elements in substance and structure, spirit and form are common to the three schools.

THE SLMES-DC WV MEMBER SCHOOLS

1. COLEGIO DE SAN JOSE

E. Lopez Street, Jaro, Iloilo City -Founded: May 1, 1872 The official seal of the school symbolizes the major thrust of Colegio de San Jose “service to others especially the poor”.

As an institution of learning, CSJ has the “special obligation to form students who are neighbors to every person and who actively help him when he comes across his path.” (Letter of Sr. Chiron to the DC). The center motifs are the cross and the lily. The cross stands for Christ, the living source of all charity. The lily stands for love that is simple and pure for others. Every Josephinian is neighbor to all forms of suffering and need. Below the lily is the by word; “Ite ad Joseph” – Go to Joseph. Go to Joseph for a spirit of conversion and renewal, for simple joy and humble service. The whole seal inside a scalloped circle stands for love that knows no barrier, no end, a love that makes God present among all men /women especially the Poor.

a. DEGREE PROGRAMS PAASCU ACCREDITED* Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) Bachelor of Science in Commerce (BSC) Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)

b. NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS Two-Year Computer Secretarial Course Certificate in Health Care

c. SPECIAL TRAINING PROGRAMS IN: Business Software Application IT Power Desktop Publishing

d. BASIC EDUCATION Secondary Level (PAASCU Accredited) Elementary Level (PAASCU Accredited) Pre-Elementary (Kinder and Prep)

2. COLEGIO DEL SAGRADO CORAZON DE JESUS

Gen. Hughes Street, Iloilo City -Founded September 17, 1917

The seal of Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus bears the Sacred Heart of Jesus surrounded by the name of the school that has received its name, mission and inspiration from Christ, the victim of love (amoris victima) to make His love evident and ever growing in the lives of the young through education and service, particularly of the most deprived, in collaboration with the parents, personnel, alumni and people from other sectors of society.

-Offers: a. DEGREE PROGRAMS PAASCU ACCREDITED* Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (BSHRM) Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW) Bachelor of Science in Commerce (BSC) Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd)

b. NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS Associate in Hotel and Restaurant Management (AHRM) Two-Year Dualized Training in Associate in Hotel and Restaurant Management Sagrado Alternative Evening School

c. SHORT-TERM COURSES Intensive English Grammar and Pronunciation Bartending Advanced Baking and Housekeeping

d. BASIC EDUCATION Secondary Level (PAASCU Accredited, Level IV) Elementary Level (PAASCU Accredited, Level IV) Pre-Elementary (Prep I and II)

3. ST. LOUISE DE MARILLAC SCHOOL OF MIAGAO

Miagao, Iloilo -Founded: July 6, 1969

-Offers: a. BASIC EDUCATION

Academic and Co-curricular Offerings

1. Innovative Curriculum: MI Intensive, Special Levelized Reading classes, Computer-Assisted Instruction, Spoken Mandarin Program

2. Religious Clubs: Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Children of Mary, Luisas/Luisitas, Knights of the Altar.

3. Multiple Intelligences Clubs: Math Sages Club, CSCJ Young Ecological Society, Homemakers Club, Dance Club, Young Artists Club, Cultural Society Club, Speech Club, Boy Scouts Club, Girl Scouts Club, Computer Club, BED Chorale/ Drum and Bugle Corps.

4. Steering Committee (BED): The Steering Committee is composed of all club and class presidents from Grades IV to X. It is responsible for the student governance of the Basic Education Department (BED).

5. The Little Voice (BED) The official school publication is the Little Voice. It is a venue to develop the gift of self expression.

6. Student Executive Council (HED): The SEC serves as the council of the student body for the Higher Education Department (HED).

7. The Voice (HED) The school publication for the Higher Education Department.

8. Community Extension Services (CES): This program serves as a bridge for Sagradistas to the less privileged. It offers various outreach programs and extension services.

The Sagradistas and Sagradistos in Legacy

Sagrado’s Vincentian tradition and heritage of excellence catalyzed the becoming of outstanding and brilliant alumni in the local and national scenes:

Cecilia Palma, the country’s first lady Supreme Court Justice

Sr. Filomena Zulueta, the first Visitatrix of he Daughters of Charity of the Philippine Provinces

Sr. Ramona Fuentes, the second Visitatrix of the Daughters of Charity of the Philippine Province

Sr. Teresa Mueda, the fourth and current Visitatrix of the Daughters of Charity of the Philippine Province

Imelda Caperonce-Florete, entrepreneur-par-excellence of Radyo Bombo Philippines, R. Florete Group of Companies, etc.

Astrid Tuminez Tolk, crucial player for the White House and Russia during the GLASNOST years.

Pedro D. Miranda, Jr. , CEO and Country Manager Schwarz-Pharma, Philippines

Conrad Winston Padojinog, Vice-president, Center for Research and Communications, University of Asia and the Pacific

Dr. Rahman Nava, Governor, Guimaras Province

Consul Noel Eugene M. Servigon, First Secretary and Consul of the Philippine Embassy to The Hague, Netherlands

Dr. Marylou Lacson – Arcelo, President and CEO, John B. Lacson Maritime University

…and many other prominent luminaries who have embraced the Sagrado Education.

90 years... 90 años...

Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus, fondly called Sagrado, is turning 90!

Let us commemorate its humble beginnings borne out of zealous fervor inspired by its founders, St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac with trailblazing spirit for innovative Catholic Vincentian Education evident in its pioneering and multi-faceted academic curriculum, blockbuster musical theater presentations and creative expressions of service to the poor.

The past 90 years unfolded Sagrado’s meritorious trailblazing spirit in the academe, community service and the arts, evidences of which are:

First DC High School to be accredited by PAASCU (1974) First Grade School to be accredited by PAASCU in Western Visayas (1981) Pioneer in the Hotel and Restaurant Management in Western Visayas (1978) First Conservatory of Music South of Manila Pioneer Graduate school in Western Visayas Acknowledged Center of Musical Theater in Western Visayas Innovative Curriculum i.e., MI Intensive, Special Levelized Reading classes, Computer-Assisted Instruction, Spoken Mandarin Program Sagrado Alternative Evening School for the young working youth Mother Seton Social Service Center for the development of the old Iloilo City barangays

CSCJ College Hymn

Along the blue coast of Panay

Across the Ave Maria Shrine

Flies Sagrado's banner high,

Like the sparkling stars that shine

Her spires pointing heavenward

Glisten against the ray

See the symbols of truth,

in works and words; our Guide,

our Love, our Light;

Hail Alma Mater, Hail of Thee

we sing this song of praise,

in whatever strife,

Thou wilt never fail

On Thee the Sacred Heart bestows his grace,

CSCJ, All hail we sing

We'll keep Thy name up in the sky

To thee the victory we'll bring

For thy ideals we'll live and die,

Hail Alma Mater, Hail of Thee

we sing this song of praise,

in whatever strife,

Thou wilt never fail

On Thee the Sacred Heart bestows his grace,

CSCJ, All hail we sing

We'll keep Thy name up in the sky

To thee the victory we'll bring

For thy ideals we'll live and die!

Himno Plegaria

Sea tu trono regio, divino corazon

Este amante Colegio que te aclama Patron

Sea tu trono regio, divino corazon

Este amante Colegio que te aclama Patron:

Este amante Colegio que te aclama Patron

Lleva tu nombre desde la cuna

Y es su fortuna

Gloria y honor

Que sea siempre

Suafan Honrarte

Y consagrarte todo su amor:

Y consagrarte todo su amor.

Sea tu trono regio, divino corazon

Este amante Colegio que te aclama Patron

CSCJ Administration

INTEGRATED ADMINISTRATION OF THE DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY IN WESTERN VISAYAS

Colegio de San Jose, Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus and St. Louise de Marillac School of Miag-ao AY 2008-2009

Sr. Ma. Lourdes S. Verzosa, D.C. President

Dr. Ma. Helena Desiree M. Terre Vice-president for Academics,

Religious Education and Community Extension Service

Sr. Rosita Placido, D.C. Vice-president for Administration and Finance

Vice-president for Student Services

Sr. Ma. Ruby Engay, D.C. Villa Sagrado Practicum Center – General Manager

Ms. Rowena Sullivan Executive Secretary – Integrated Administration

Sr. Elvira Correa, D.C. Sister Servant – Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus

Sr. Clara Enero, D.C. Sister Servant – Colegio de San Jose

Sr. Bernardita Epacta, D.C. Sister Servant – St. Louise de Marillac School of Miag-ao

INSTITUTIONAL ADMINISTRATORS

'' Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus

Prof. Gemma Therese Escoto Dean, Higher Education Department

Mrs. Joji M. Laurea Principal, Basic Education Department

Sr. Nieves Servito, D.C. Director, Religious Education and Vincentian Formation

Sr. Ma. Lourdes Medallo, D.C. Director, Community Extension Service

Dr. Ma. Helena Desiree M. Terre Director, Co-Academic Services

Sr. Elvira Correa, D.C. Registrar

Sr. Rebecca Felizardo D.C. Director, Admissions & Placement, Scholarships and Grants

CSCJ Alumni Association

CSCJ ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRESIDENTS

Mrs. Judith Gepana de Lange (1948 – 1950)

Mrs. Aurora Araullo Alburo (1954 – 1955)

Mrs. Remedios Chin Singson (1955 – 1958)

Ms. Lourdes Gatuslao (1958 – 1958)

Ms. Loreto Pascual Grageda (1959 – 1961)

Mrs. Lily San Agustin Garcia (1961 – 1962)

Ms. Salvacion L. Sin (1962 – 1964, 1965 – 1970)

Ms. Velia G. Gorres (1970 – 1972)

Mrs. Vilma Ybiernas Paredes (1975 – 1981)

Mrs. Mary de la Cruz Dabao (1981 – 1983)

Mrs. Erlinda Conlu Alava (1984 – 1986, 1991 – 1993)

Mrs. Florencia Zulueta Rojas (1987 – 1990)

Mrs. Imelda C. Florete (1993 – 1995)

Mrs. Mrs. Edith Marie Espino Albito (1995 – 1997)

Dr. Lilia Gaduyon (1997 – 1999)

Mrs. Merceditas Garcia Gil (1999–2000, 2001–2003, 2003-2005)

Mrs. Louise J. Cordova (2006 – 2008)

References

1. http://cscj.edu.ph

2. CSCJ Student's Handbook

External links

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