Pioneering the Catholic Education in San Mateo, Rizal,
this is your school which believes that we all have the freedom to learn and have an education for life.
As a Filipino school, NSDA Parochial School commits itself to a development of the Filipino Youth who loves his countrymen, his language and
culture; who is imbued with Filipino tradition; who is disposed to share himself, his capacities, his training, his learning
in the service of the national development,and whose nationalism respects other people.
Through the apostolate of teaching and mutual service and through the experience of growing together in Christ
through prayer, your school fosters its community life in order to serve the larger community of the Church and
QUICK FACTS ABOUT YOUR SCHOOL
Here are some interesting facts and figures that were generated for the past years of pioneering better and
quality education by your school and students.
- Founded in 1968
- Parochial, Private, Coeducational School
- Located in San Mateo Rizal, Philippines
- Provides a pre-elementary, elementary and high school with quality education in the Catholic,
- One of the largest educational institution in San Mateo, Rizal
- One of the oldest Catholic School in Rizal
NSDAPS 10th school director is Rev. Fr. Gerarad Joaquin V. Masangya, who took office in 2006
The mission of Nuestra Señora de Aranzazu Parochial
School remains today what it has ever been, to mold students intellectually, morally and spiritually, with
rigor and compassion like Virgin Mary, toward lives of solidarity and service. (Mission -Vision Statement)
To ensure that the students understand a living religion, the Nuestra Señora de Aranzazu Parochial
School has created the religious environment necessary to foster among the Administration,
Faculty, Staff and Students a sense of vocation of eagerness to live out the basic
baptismal commitment to service. It affirms with Vatican II that schools perform an
authentic apostolate (CE-8 ) and that the work in this apostolate “ means
performing a unique and invaluable work for the Church.
Freshman Class: June 2011-2012
- 252 students
- 10 barangay represented
- 54% or 137 females
- 46% or 115 males
Pre - Elementary Department
High School Department
- Required subjects in history, computer technology, literature, pilipino, science, mathematics,
social sciences/hekasi, english, cultural diversity and literary writing.
- 78% undergraduates
Faculty: S.Y. 2011-2012
69 Full-time faculty members.
26 Faculty members, with Graduate Studies
Student/Personnel ratio: 18:1