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HISTORY OF SAN BEDA
San Beda - Manila
San Beda - Rizal
Benedictines

SAN BEDA UNIVERSITY was established in 1901 by monks of the Ordo Sancti Benedicti (OSB) or Order of St. Benedict, also known as the Benedictines. Its founder, St. Benedict, is acclaimed as the "Father of Western Monasticism and the “Patron of Europe.” From its inception, the school was dedicated to the cause of Catholic education and the formation of Christian men and women committed to excellence and service of God and country. It is attached to the Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat, founded from the Abbey of Montserrat in Cataluña, Spain.

San Beda University as a Catholic educational institution is committed to the Christian formation of the Bedan Community as its service to the Church, the Philippine society, and the world. It envisions itself as a distinguished academic community that transforms its members to become fully human, wholly Christian, truly Filipino, and globally competitive. As its demonstration of commitment to excellence, San Beda has been accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools of Colleges and Universities (PAASCU), certified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and is actively engaged in local and international partnerships and linkages.


The University’s academic programs reflect the preferences of the students including the needs and requirements of the industry. Specifically, San Beda offers doctoral programs in Business Administration, Juridical Science, and Liturgy; graduate programs in Business Administration, Law, Legal Studies, and Liturgy; undergraduate programs in Accountancy, Arts in Literature and English Language, Economics and Public Policy, Entrepreneurship, Human Biology, Financial Management, Human Resource Development Management, Information and Communications Technology, Law, Nursing, Medicine, Operations Management, Legal Management, Marketing Management, Physical Education, Political Science, and Psychology; as well as an Integrated Basic Education from pre-school to senior high school;. These programs are taught by a complement of highly dedicated fulltime and part-time faculty who pursue excellence in the important areas of instruction, research, and community engagement.


San Beda University as a community of scholars and innovators, is committed to the highest standards of ethics and integrity in the pursuit of knowledge and addressing social, environmental, and economic concerns of our country and the global community, through individual and interdisciplinary research teams funded internally and by the Alumni.

The University also pursues institutionalized, integrative, and comprehensive collaborations with government, non-governmental organizations, professional associations, and local and international networks aligned with its vision-mission-objectives and hallmarks of Benedictine education. Each local, national, and international partnership arrangement is governed by formal agreements stipulating the terms and expected outcomes.


San Beda University provides meaningful opportunity for community engagement and voluntarism through extension programs that contribute to the human development of partner communities and their emancipation from various social problems. These programs are well integrated into the curriculum to develop social awareness and concern among faculty and students.

Adequate facilities and resources are available to support teaching, research, and community engagement programs consistent with the University’s strategic and operational plans.

 

Benedictine Monks, 1985
Abbey of Monte Cassino

The Basic Education Department of San Beda College Rizal became operational in Academic Year 2004-2005, initially with Nursery, Kinder, Preparatory, Grade 1, and First and Second Year High School levels. Thus, the Primary Grade School, Middle Grade School, and High School became the units of the Basic Education Department.

 

The department manifests deep concern for the quality education offered to its students through the academic curriculum and instructional programs.

 

The school offers its curriculum not only to fulfill the requirements of the Department of Education, but also to serve and realize the vision-mission, philosophy, goals, objectives and Benedictine Hallmarks of San Beda College.

 

The curriculum from Pre-Kinder to Fourth Year is sequential and developmental. The course content, concepts, skills and values of the different learning areas are prepared through regular articulation, vertical and horizontal, within and between subject areas and year levels.

 

Furthermore, the curriculum offerings are geared toward the development of the Benedictine ideals of prayer, work, study and community life and the attainment of academic excellence.

 

The Basic Education Department reviews its curriculum offerings to provide the students with subjects that interest them and which are relevant to the prevailing conditions and needs of society. Furthermore, the enhanced curriculum, in line with the K to 12 Program expects to produce students equipped with 21st century skills and essential competencies for lifelong learning.

 

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VISION - MISSION
San Beda University, a Catholic educational institution, is committed to the Christian formation of the Bedan Community as its service to the Church, the Philippine society, and the world.
Vision
San Beda University envisions a Community that is:

 

  • Fully Human
  • Wholly Christian
  • Truly Filipino
  • Globally Competitive
San Beda College - Vision
Mission
San Beda University aims to form its members in:

 

  • Faith (Fides)
  • Knowledge (Scientia)
  • Virtue (Virtus)
and inculcate in them the Benedictine core values of prayer and work (ora et labora) that include:

 

  • Study
  • Community
  • Pursuit of Peace
 
San Beda College - Mission
The Ten Hallmarks of Benedictine Education

 

In 2007, Benedictine educators met and gathered from The Rule of St. Benedict ten core values that ought to animate Benedictine institutions of learning. The collection of ten core values - love, prayer, stability, conversatio, obedience, discipline, humility, stewardship, hospitality, community - was endorsed by the Association of Benedictine Colleges and Universities.

 

All members of the Bedan community are called upon to adhere to these values.

 

1. Benedictine Identity, Mission, Culture

"Let them prefer nothing whatever to Christ", St. Benedict instructed the monks.

  • We recognize that God took the initiative to love us, and that we can respond to this love by recognizing Him in praise and thanksgiving and in loving our neighbor.
  • We deepen our understanding of Christ and His gospel through prayer and study.
  • We enjoin other members of the school community – administrators, faculty, staff, students, parents and alumni – to show real commitment to the well-being of each individual and of the community as a whole.
  • We take initiatives to be compassionate to each other, to assist those who need help, to forgive those who harm and err, and to be a sign of reconciliation with those different from us.

 

2. Prayer: A life marked by liturgy, lectio and mindfulness

Prayer is always present in the life of the Bedan community. Members are grateful for the daily opportunity to join in community prayer in the morning (lauds), Holy Mass, and evening prayer (vespers).

  • We devote good and sufficient times for prayer – communal an individual prayers – and begin our day and activities with prayer.
  • We participate actively in liturgical prayers, particularly the sacraments and the liturgy of the hours.
  • We deepen our relationship with God through the practice of spiritual reading (lectio divina) and moments of silence.
  • In every decision or undertaking, we first dispose ourselves to listen openly and attentively to God and others before making our decision or action.

 

3. Stability: Commitment to the daily life of this place, its heritage and tradition

San Beda means lifetime bonds for all who join the community.  Bedans merge into a way of life that is forever marked by the Benedictine way of seeking God, through prayer (ora) and work (labora).

  • We are aware of our commitment to seeking God together in community and pursue this through our daily interactions with one another.
  • We commit to each other by engaging every member and to allow each one to share his or her gifts to pursue the mission of the community.
  • We strive to ensure dialogue and debate that will lead to shared understanding and deepened commitment.

 

4. Conversatio: The way of formation and transformation 

Bedans never give up.  In every part of their lives there is a continuous effort to improve.  Even if it may be a tedious and long process, even it will mean taking many small steps, Bedans will try every day to become more like Christ.

  • We strive for freedom to be more like Christ, as individuals and as a community, by letting go in our day-to-day life one’s predilections and false securities.
  • We recognize our need for daily change of heart to be more faithful to follow Jesus and to serve our neighbor.
  • We challenge the common place and embrace change and the difficulties that go with it for the sake of learning, authenticity and integrity.
  • We develop habits that will lead to personal renewal, refreshment and conversion.

 

5. Benedictine Identity, Mission, Culture

"Let them prefer nothing whatever to Christ", St. Benedict instructed the monks.

  • We recognize that God took the initiative to love us, and that we can respond to this love by recognizing Him in praise and thanksgiving and in loving our neighbor.
  • We deepen our understanding of Christ and His gospel through prayer and study.
  • We enjoin other members of the school community – administrators, faculty, staff, students, parents and alumni – to show real commitment to the well-being of each individual and of the community as a whole.
  • We take initiatives to be compassionate to each other, to assist those who need help, to forgive those who harm and err, and to be a sign of reconciliation with those different from us.

 

6. Prayer: A life marked by liturgy, lectio and mindfulness

Prayer is always present in the life of the Bedan community. Members are grateful for the daily opportunity to join in community prayer in the morning (lauds), Holy Mass, and evening prayer (vespers).

  • We devote good and sufficient times for prayer – communal an individual prayers – and begin our day and activities with prayer.
  • We participate actively in liturgical prayers, particularly the sacraments and the liturgy of the hours.
  • We deepen our relationship with God through the practice of spiritual reading (lectio divina) and moments of silence.
  • In every decision or undertaking, we first dispose ourselves to listen openly and attentively to God and others before making our decision or action.

 

7. Benedictine Identity, Mission, Culture

"Let them prefer nothing whatever to Christ", St. Benedict instructed the monks.

  • We recognize that God took the initiative to love us, and that we can respond to this love by recognizing Him in praise and thanksgiving and in loving our neighbor.
  • We deepen our understanding of Christ and His gospel through prayer and study.
  • We enjoin other members of the school community – administrators, faculty, staff, students, parents and alumni – to show real commitment to the well-being of each individual and of the community as a whole.
  • We take initiatives to be compassionate to each other, to assist those who need help, to forgive those who harm and err, and to be a sign of reconciliation with those different from us.

 

8. Prayer: A life marked by liturgy, lectio and mindfulness

Prayer is always present in the life of the Bedan community. Members are grateful for the daily opportunity to join in community prayer in the morning (lauds), Holy Mass, and evening prayer (vespers).

  • We devote good and sufficient times for prayer – communal an individual prayers – and begin our day and activities with prayer.
  • We participate actively in liturgical prayers, particularly the sacraments and the liturgy of the hours.
  • We deepen our relationship with God through the practice of spiritual reading (lectio divina) and moments of silence.
  • In every decision or undertaking, we first dispose ourselves to listen openly and attentively to God and others before making our decision or action.

 

9. Benedictine Identity, Mission, Culture

"Let them prefer nothing whatever to Christ", St. Benedict instructed the monks.

  • We recognize that God took the initiative to love us, and that we can respond to this love by recognizing Him in praise and thanksgiving and in loving our neighbor.
  • We deepen our understanding of Christ and His gospel through prayer and study.
  • We enjoin other members of the school community – administrators, faculty, staff, students, parents and alumni – to show real commitment to the well-being of each individual and of the community as a whole.
  • We take initiatives to be compassionate to each other, to assist those who need help, to forgive those who harm and err, and to be a sign of reconciliation with those different from us.

 

10. Prayer: A life marked by liturgy, lectio and mindfulness

Prayer is always present in the life of the Bedan community. Members are grateful for the daily opportunity to join in community prayer in the morning (lauds), Holy Mass, and evening prayer (vespers).

  • We devote good and sufficient times for prayer – communal an individual prayers – and begin our day and activities with prayer.
  • We participate actively in liturgical prayers, particularly the sacraments and the liturgy of the hours.
  • We deepen our relationship with God through the practice of spiritual reading (lectio divina) and moments of silence.
  • In every decision or undertaking, we first dispose ourselves to listen openly and attentively to God and others before making our decision or action.
Institutional Objectives
1. Benedictine Identity, Mission, Culture
Foster a Christian community of prayer, work and peace founded on faith, knowledge and virtues.
 
2. Leadership, Administration, and Governance
Cultivate transformative leadership and governance.
 
3. Relevant Curriculum Programs
Provide relevant curricula aligned with San Beda College's Vision-Mission Identity as well as with local and international standards.
 
4. Teaching Excellence
Deliver quality instruction through teaching excellence by competent faculty.
 
5. Resource Materials and Facilities
Utilize upgraded resource materials and facilities for effective learning.
 
6. Quality and Relevant Research and Intellectual Contribution
Build a culture of innovative research for knowledge advancement.
 
7. High Involvement in Extension Services
Engage the Bedan community in transforming lives.
 
8. Efficient Student Services
Render responsive services for holistic student development.
 
9. External Linkages
Harness value-adding linkages in local and global educational cooperation.
 
10. Recognition and Accreditation
Offer accredited programs and services for quality assurance.
About Us
RECTOR'S MESSAGE

Greetings!

Making a choice is a critical phase in life. If you make good choices, you can blossom and set yourself up for success later in life.

To our beloved pupils and students, I warmly and deeply thank you for making the Integrated Basic Education Department of San Beda University your best choice to assist you in honing your God-given talents and in molding your personhood as capable, responsible and God-fearing individuals.

To all our parent-stakeholders, thank you for entrusting your children to our care. I always believe that our relationship is extremely vital in creating and maintaining a positive and safe school culture and climate. It is therefore imperative that we are on the same team in raising our children to achieve excellence in all aspects of learning, with great emphasis on character formation. Mutual and sincere collaboration is a must in this partnership. In this way, we become faithful stewards to our children, the best of God’s creation.

Welcome back to all our returning pupils and students. Your responsibility now includes nurturing, guiding and supporting all incoming pupils and students of San Beda family. I am confident that you will inspire all new members of the institution to embrace wholeheartedly the hallmarks of St. Benedict and the ideals of St Bede, by helping us create a thoughtful and supportive school community.

I wish you all a productive, successful and meaningful school year 2018-2019!

Animo San Beda!

 

REV. FR. ALOYSIUS MA. A. MARANAN, OSB
Rector-President

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PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE
Principal's Message

My dear IBED Bedan family,

As we open the new Academic Year, AY 2018-2019, we praise and thank the Almighty   Father for bringing us together as one BEDAN Family in the Integrated Basic Education Department of San Beda University.

While we all take pride of San Beda University, we join the whole Bedan community in pursuing Academic Excellence, Quality and Relevant research, High Involvement in Extension Services, External Linkages and Efficient Student Services.

Furthermore, we push together our dream towards the integral Christian formation of every member of the IBED Family and the BEDAN community as well.

Let us join the university in the journey to growth and transformation. In particular, we call each one to focus more relentlessly toward one direction to the fulfilment of the IBED major tasks this Academic Year such as the following:

  1. The continuous alignment of all Academic and Co-Curricular Programs and Activities with the school’s VISION-MISSION, goals, objectives and the 10 Hallmarks of Benedictine Education;
  2. The preparation of the upcoming PAASCU resurvey of the department;
  3. The active participation of every member on nurturing the environment to realize the AY 2018-2019 Theme: Stewardship Towards Creation;
  4. The continuous and effective implementation of the K to 12 Program to all grade levels.

We hope and pray for the realization of these major tasks as we strive to become fully human, wholly Christian, truly Filipino and globally competitive.

To the students who were with us last year, welcome back to your second home. To the new students, thank you for choosing San Beda University as your second home.

That in all things God may be glorified.

 

Teresita T. Battad

Principal, IBED

 
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ADMINISTRATORS

 

 

Fr. Aloysius Ma. A. Maranan, OSB
Fr. Aloysius Ma. A. Maranan, OSB
Rector-President
Fr. Paul Ma. M. De Vera, OSB
Fr. Paul Ma. M. De Vera, OSB
Chaplain, IBED/ Vice Rector
Rev. Fr. Dom Austin P. Cadiz, OSB
Abbot- Chancellor
IBED ADMINISTRATORS
Teresita T. Battad
Teresita T. Battad
Principal
Cristann Victor S. Taruc
Cristann Victor S. Taruc
Administrative Officer
Gloria M. Melendres
Gloria M. Melendres
Head, Learning Resource Center
Benjamin P. Coloma III
Benjamin P. Coloma III
Head, Guidance and Admissions Office
Rosalina M. Ayonon
Rosalina M. Ayonon
Coordinator, Social Action Program
GRADE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS
Eduardo O. Casilla
Eduardo O. Casilla
Vice Principal/ Prefect of Academic Affairs
Rodney G. Collera
Rodney G. Collera
Prefect of Student Affairs
Victor Renato A. Cruz
Victor Renato A. Cruz
Assistant Prefect of Student Activities
Delanie Marie M. De Guzman
Assistant Prefect of Student Affairs, Discipline Kinder to Grade 3
Roque G. Elevencione
Roque G. Elevencione
Assistant Prefect of Student Affairs, Discipline Grades 4 - 6
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS
Remedios I. Pamo
Remedios I. Pamo
Vice Principal/ Prefect of Academic Affairs
Sergio G. Paganao Jr.
Sergio G. Paganao Jr.
Prefect of Student Affairs
Philip M. Beltran II
Assistant Prefect of Student Affairs, Discipline Grades 7 and 8
Cristina B. Llaban
Cristina B. Llaban
Assistant Prefect of Student Affairs, Discipline Grades 9-10
Ma. Theresa F. Navales
Ma. Theresa F. Navales
Assistant Prefect of Student Activities
SUBJECT AREA COORDINATORS
(Grade School and Junior High School)
Josephine J. Adriano
Josephine J. Adriano
Subject Area Coordinator, Filipino
Charito G. Asuncion
Charito G. Asuncion
Subject Area Coordinator, English
Celeste L. Caliwara
Celeste L. Caliwara
Subject Area Coordinator, Music and Mandarin
Joan Margaret M. Chulvo
Joan Margaret M. Chulvo
Subject Area Coordinator, EPP/TLE
Sophia C. Estabillo
Sophia C. Estabillo
Subject Area Coordinator, Science
Nazette N. Ferrera
Nazette N. Ferrera
Subject Area Coordinator, Social Studies
Virginia B. Limpot
Virginia B. Limpot
Subject Area Coordinator, Christian Living
Michelle D. Gamatero
Michelle D. Gamatero
Subject Area Coordinator, Mathematics
Sophia C. Estabillo
Johnny C. Rivera
Subject Area Coordinator, Physical Education
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS
 
Aurora L. Limcumpao
Aurora L. Limcumpao
Vice Principal/ Prefect of Academic Affairs
 
OFFICE OF THE PREFECT OF STUDENT AFFAIRS –
SHS RIZAL
Irwin II E. Edillor
Irwin II E. Edillor
Prefect of Student Affairs
Ronel Lenard T. Antonio
Ronel Lenard T. Antonio
Assistant Prefect of Student Affairs, Discipline
Arlene C. Noble
Assistant Prefect of Student Affairs, Discipline
Romman V. Cubacub
Assistant Prefect of Student Activities
OFFICE OF THE PREFECT OF STUDENT AFFAIRS –
SHS MANILA
Mercedita A. Manzano
Mercedita A. Manzano
Prefect of Student Affairs
Jhade J. Reyes
Jhade J. Reyes
Assistant Prefect of Student Affairs, Discipline
Teresa A. Rivera
Teresa A. Rivera
Assistant Prefect of Student Affairs, Discipline
Avelina T. Tabbuac
Avelina T. Tabbuac
Assistant Prefect of Student Affairs, Discipline
Bryan James S. Uy
Assistant Prefect of Student Affairs, Discipline
SUBJECT AREA COORDINATORS
(Senior High School - Manila & Rizal)
Dahlia R. Cabalquinto
Dahlia R. Cabalquinto
Subject Area Coordinator, PE, Business & Technology
Rolinda Namnama D. Cabrito
Rolinda Namnama D. Cabrito
Subject Area Coordinator, Communications (Filipino & English)
Ma. Cecil F. Estolano
Ma. Cecil F. Estolano
Subject Area Coordinator, Science and Mathematics
Dante S. Salazar
Dante S. Salazar
Subject Area Coordinator, Research
Teresa A. Rivera
Maria Imelda M. Yusores
Subject Area Coordinator, Theology and Social Studies
About Us
ALMA MATER HYMN

Lyrics by Atty. Raul S. Roco

Composed by Fr. Benildus Maramba, OSB

 

Herald the Bedans coming
May their fellowship never cease;
Molded by bold, undaunted men
of pray'r, work and peace.

 

Through the carefree days of our childhood
And the visions of our youth
You gave us the wisdom of Benedict's soul
Faith in God and love of the truth.

 

When we encounter trails and hardships,
We shall give you honor and fame,
For nothing but these show our loyalty clear
To our Alma Mater's name.

 

Bring out the challenges, we'll win them all
And fear neither fire nor blood
Bedans will answer the clarions call
For San Beda, our country and God.

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THE SEAL OF SAN BEDA UNIVERSITY
The Seal of San Beda University

 

 

 

The upper section of the coat of arms indicates our Benedictine roots. The word PAX (Latin for peace) is combined with mountains (Montserrat, Spain) and a cross with two horizontal beams. The two horizontal beams declare that “I will carry another’s cross”.


The middle section stands for the educational nature of our organization. The two doves represent the students drinking from the fountain of knowledge, San Beda University.


The bottom section contains a tower and sea-lion (half lion – half dolphin), the original heraldic symbols for the city of Manila, where San Beda was founded in 1901.


The shield itself is a symbol for protection, especially when used in a phalanx. The motto of the university is inscribed on the scroll below the shield: Fides (faith), Scientia (knowledge), Virtus (virtue).


The name of the university is contained in a circular band that evokes wholeness and timelessness. The color red proclaims bravery. White stands for purity.

Emblem of the University

 

schoolseal

 

 

 

 

The emblem of the University is the RED LION.

The color red stands for courage, while white is for purity.

 

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SCHOOL PATRON & PATRONESS
The Holy Infant of Prague

The Abbey Church was dedicated to the Holy Infant of Prague when it was consecrated in 1926. The image of the Sto. Niño de Praga, sculptured in 1905, is installed above the abbatial throne of the altar.

The College celebrates the feast of the Holy Infant of Prague on the fourth Sunday of January. Devotion to the Holy Infant of Prague has become part of the tradition of San Beda College

In 1903, the Benedictine community in Manila established the Confraternity of the Infant Jesus for Bedans. The hymn, O Niño Diyos, was composed by Fr. Jaime Bofill, OSB. The feast was celebrated on 17 January 1904. When the Abbey Church was consecrated in 1926, it was dedicated to the Holy Infant of Prague.

The image of the Holy Infant sculpted in 1905 was installed above the abbatial throne of the altar. The devotion to the Holy Infant of Prague has become a widely anticipated traditional celebration of San Beda College.

Different religious activities are celebrated by the members of the school community and devotees of the Holy Infant of Prague.

Patron
Our Lady of Montserrat

The patroness of the college is Our Lady of Montserrat after whom the first abbey of the Benedictine Order in the country is named.

The dark image of the Blessed Virgin, donated by Mr. Bartolome Oller, was brought to the Philippines by the first group of Benedictine monks.

The image was enthroned in a modest chapel in Tanduay Street and later transferred to the Abbey Church. Since 1977, her Solemnity has been officially celebrated in Manila on the 8th of September, which is also the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In 1991, the celebration of the Solemnity was transferred to September 12.

Patron - Our Lady of Montserrat
Saint Bede

San Beda College celebrates the feast of St. Bede, its patron saint, on the first day of the academic year.

St. Bede the Patron Saint of San Beda College, was born in 673 AD in Wearmouth Estate within the territory of the monastery of Abbot Benedict Biscop. He joined the Benedictine Order at the Abbey of St. Peter, England, and later was placed under the care of an abbot at the Abbey of St. Paul at Jarrow.

As a young man, St. Bede showed exceptional intelligence. His brilliance and extraordinary talent attracted men to the Abbey of St. Paul to see his works. Though he was a well-known preacher, St. Bede spent most of his time in historical researches.

Because of his love for study, teaching and writing, he became the most learned man of his time. He wrote books on natural science, history, grammar, poetry, music and theology. His most famous work was the Ecclesiastical History of the English People. St. Bede died after dictating the last sentence of his translation in English of the Gospel according to St. John at the ninth hour of Wednesday, the Feast of Ascension, May 26, 735.

Patron
Saint Benedict
 
Patron - Our Lady of Montserrat
About Us
HISTORY OF SBU MANILA
San Beda - Manila

SAN BEDA UNIVERSITY was established in 1901 by monks of the Ordo Sancti Benedicti (OSB) or Order of St. Benedict, also known as the Benedictines. Its founder, St. Benedict, is acclaimed as the "Father of Western Monasticism and the “Patron of Europe.” From its inception, the school was dedicated to the cause of Catholic education and the formation of Christian men and women committed to excellence and service of God and country. It is attached to the Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat, founded from the Abbey of Montserrat in Cataluña, Spain.

San Beda University as a Catholic educational institution is committed to the Christian formation of the Bedan Community as its service to the Church, the Philippine society, and the world. It envisions itself as a distinguished academic community that transforms its members to become fully human, wholly Christian, truly Filipino, and globally competitive. As its demonstration of commitment to excellence, San Beda has been accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools of Colleges and Universities (PAASCU), certified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and is actively engaged in local and international partnerships and linkages.


The University’s academic programs reflect the preferences of the students including the needs and requirements of the industry. Specifically, San Beda offers doctoral programs in Business Administration, Juridical Science, and Liturgy; graduate programs in Business Administration, Law, Legal Studies, and Liturgy; undergraduate programs in Accountancy, Arts in Literature and English Language, Economics and Public Policy, Entrepreneurship, Human Biology, Financial Management, Human Resource Development Management, Information and Communications Technology, Law, Nursing, Medicine, Operations Management, Legal Management, Marketing Management, Physical Education, Political Science, and Psychology; as well as an Integrated Basic Education from pre-school to senior high school;. These programs are taught by a complement of highly dedicated fulltime and part-time faculty who pursue excellence in the important areas of instruction, research, and community engagement.


San Beda University as a community of scholars and innovators, is committed to the highest standards of ethics and integrity in the pursuit of knowledge and addressing social, environmental, and economic concerns of our country and the global community, through individual and interdisciplinary research teams funded internally and by the Alumni.

The University also pursues institutionalized, integrative, and comprehensive collaborations with government, non-governmental organizations, professional associations, and local and international networks aligned with its vision-mission-objectives and hallmarks of Benedictine education. Each local, national, and international partnership arrangement is governed by formal agreements stipulating the terms and expected outcomes.


San Beda University provides meaningful opportunity for community engagement and voluntarism through extension programs that contribute to the human development of partner communities and their emancipation from various social problems. These programs are well integrated into the curriculum to develop social awareness and concern among faculty and students.

Adequate facilities and resources are available to support teaching, research, and community engagement programs consistent with the University’s strategic and operational plans.

 

Benedictine Monks, 1985
Abbey of Monte Cassino
About Us
HISTORY OF SBU RIZAL
San Beda - Rizal

The Basic Education Department of San Beda College Rizal became operational in Academic Year 2004-2005, initially with Nursery, Kinder, Preparatory, Grade 1, and First and Second Year High School levels. Thus, the Primary Grade School, Middle Grade School, and High School became the units of the Basic Education Department.

 

The department manifests deep concern for the quality education offered to its students through the academic curriculum and instructional programs.

 

The school offers its curriculum not only to fulfill the requirements of the Department of Education, but also to serve and realize the vision-mission, philosophy, goals, objectives and Benedictine Hallmarks of San Beda College.

 

The curriculum from Pre-Kinder to Fourth Year is sequential and developmental. The course content, concepts, skills and values of the different learning areas are prepared through regular articulation, vertical and horizontal, within and between subject areas and year levels.

 

Furthermore, the curriculum offerings are geared toward the development of the Benedictine ideals of prayer, work, study and community life and the attainment of academic excellence.

 

The Basic Education Department reviews its curriculum offerings to provide the students with subjects that interest them and which are relevant to the prevailing conditions and needs of society. Furthermore, the enhanced curriculum, in line with the K to 12 Program expects to produce students equipped with 21st century skills and essential competencies for lifelong learning.

 

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BENEDICTINES
About Us
CAREERS

 

 

APPLY NOW AND JOIN OUR TEAM OF
DEDICATED BENEDICTINE EDUCATORS

Interested applicants are required to initially submit the following:

  1. Data Sheet / Resume / Curriculum Vitae
  2. Transcript of Records (Photocopy or Certified True Copy)
  3. Letter of Intent and Three (3) Letters of Recommendation addressed to the Principal

    MRS. TERESITA T. BATAD

    PRINCIPAL

    Integrated Basic Education Department

    San Beda University


    or


    HRMO DIRECTOR

    SAN BEDA UNIVERSITY

    Mendiola, Manila

You may also e-mail it to: sbu_ibedrizal@sanbedarizal.edu.ph

Ut In Omnibus Glorificetur Deus

That in all things God may be glorified

We are hiring K-12 teachers for Academic Year 2018-2019 in the following subjects:

Christian Living Education

Science

English / Research

Filipino

Mathematics

Social Studies / Araling Panlipunan

Applied Economics

Philosophy

Physical Education

Technology and Livelihood Education (T.L.E) / Business Technology

Mandarin

About Us
IBED FACULTY
GRADE SCHOOL
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

 

 

Mary Joy M. Agana
Mary Joy M. Agana
Sheiwen Klein R. Aglibot
Sheiwen Klein R. Aglibot
Kathryn April S. Aguilar
Kathryn April S. Aguilar
Gina C. Alfonso
Gina C. Alfonso
John Rome R. Aranas
John Rome R. Aranas
Philip M. Beltran II
Philip M. Beltran II
Gregoria D. Caasi
Gregoria D. Caasi
Ritchel Kae F. Campomanes
Ritchel Kae F. Campomanes
Angieline S. Cebrero
Angieline S. Cebrero
Rizza Mae A. Ceremonia
Rizza Mae A. Ceremonia
Katherine G. Cerilla
Katherine G. Cerilla
Delanie Marie M. De Guzman
Delanie Marie M. De Guzman
Flocerfida S. Edillor
Flocerfida S. Edillor
Zyra Aileen B. Enila
Zyra Aileen B. Enila
Johnwell V. Evanchez
Johnwell V. Evanchez
Sheryll Ann S. Gabillo
Sheryll Ann S. Gabillo
John Michael G. Gernale
John Michael G. Gernale
Sofia Bianca Guarino
Sofia Bianca Guarino
Renz Grayson S. Guevara
Renz Grayson S. Guevara
Arianne C. Gumpal
Arianne C. Gumpal
Fresnediz C. Jimenez
Fresnediz C. Jimenez
Jay-Vee Q. Macaldo
Jay-Vee Q. Macaldo
Jenny E. Mangaporo
Jenny E. Mangaporo
Arlene SJ. Manuel
Arlene SJ. Manuel
Harold John M. Matundan
Harold John M. Matundan
Lyzette Caryl C. Membrebe
Lyzette Caryl C. Membrebe
Israela F. Padilla
Israela F. Padilla
Mercy Ann C. Payumo
Mercy Ann C. Payumo
Lotus M. Peco
Lotus M. Peco
Cazzandra S. Ponce
Cazzandra S. Ponce
Alexaundrea Gia J. Ramos
Alexaundrea Gia J. Ramos
Mary Joy M. Agana
Karen Abigail San Victores
Juliet S. Tingzon
Juliet S. Tingzon
Bryan James S. Uy
Bryan James S. Uy
Gicel L. Valdez
Gicel L. Valdez
Toni Jodeleth T. Voces
Toni Jodeleth T. Voces
Leah Gilda B. Aducal
Leah Gilda B. Aducal
Sally G. Alipio
Sally G. Alipio
Hershey Yin A. Antrajenda
Hershey Yin A. Antrajenda
Angelica G. Aragones
Angelica G. Aragones
Rechel T. Avenido
Rechel T. Avenido
Maylene C. Beltran
Maylene C. Beltran
Ryan D. Betito
Ryan D. Betito
Franz Josef M. Buendia
Franz Josef M. Buendia
Laarni C. Chua
Laarni C. Chua
Diether Clarino
Diether Clarino
Joseph Companero
Joseph Companero
John V. Crisostomo
John V. Crisostomo
Daniel A. De Guzman
Daniel A. De Guzman
Rio Jane B. Diaz
Rio Jane B. Diaz
Joanna Mae D. Diga
Joanna Mae D. Diga
Anna Krisell Q. Dorado
Anna Krisell Q. Dorado
Cedric Joules P. Fernandez
Cedric Joules P. Fernandez
Christy Ann A. Gad
Christy Ann A. Gad
Claudine C. Garcia
Claudine C. Garcia
Julius Carl A. Gerona
Julius Carl A. Gerona
Jurnida M. Hidakan
Jurnida M. Hidakan
Claire Dianne A. Lagac
Claire Dianne A. Lagac
Joan Millete B. Lunar
Joan Millete B. Lunar
Jo Anne Rae G. Macarandan
Jo Anne Rae G. Macarandan
Mark Ian B. Magallano
Mark Ian B. Magallano
Celine Paula T. Magnait
Celine Paula T. Magnait
Kevin Maicom
Kevin Maicom
Charis Erika Marcelino
Charis Erika Marcelino
Lotus M. Peco
Enrique Romeo R. Martin
Janet B. Mejos
Janet B. Mejos
Lance Mendoza
Lance Mendoza
Tessie May A. Mirante
Tessie May A. Mirante
Jo Ann M. Morales
Jo Ann M. Morales
Julie Ann C. Poso
Julie Ann C. Poso
Gicel L. Valdez
Dazel Ann N. Raquid
Samantha Chyrchelle O. Remo
Samantha Chyrchelle O. Remo
Gregorio C. Simangan
Gregorio C. Simangan
Michael Loui V. Sulit
Michael Loui V. Sulit
Nash Yale M. Tagle
Nash Yale M. Tagle
Samantha Chyrchelle O. Remo
Barbara Ann M. Yanga
Michael Czar C. Zapanta
Michael Czar C. Zapanta
Dominic D. Zarate
Dominic D. Zarate
Communication & Research

 

Nicole Marie T. Abania
Nicole Marie T. Abania
Ericson S. Caparas
Ericson S. Caparas
Maribel M. Lim
Maribel M. Lim
Dominic D. Zarate
Mylahissa May D. Manansala
Jemaima M. Robles
Jemaima M. Robles
Janualyn Thea P. Suba
Janualyn Thea P. Suba
Patricia Mae G. Urbien
Patricia Mae G. Urbien
Marvin O. Valler
Marvin O. Valler
Christian Rey B. Veloso
Christian Rey B. Veloso
Mary Jhealyn Villena
Mary Jhealyn Villena

Mathematics Area

 

Jhed A. Ojeda
Jhed A. Ojeda
Marie Therese B. Robles
Marie Therese B. Robles
Reina Marian Rivera
Reina Marian Rivera

Business & Technology

 

Zachijin S. Cruz
Zachijin S. Cruz
Romman V. Cubacub
Romman V. Cubacub
Gisel R. Esguerra
Gisel R. Esguerra
Lalaine B. Medina
Lalaine B. Medina
Ramil Paolo B. Salamat
Ramil Paolo B. Salamat

Science Area

 

Marie Valeri M. Daniela
Marie Valeri M. Daniela
Nora Mae C. Gareza
Nora Mae C. Gareza
Rechel F. Loyola
Rechel F. Loyola
Tsodoq O. Magbanua
Tsodoq O. Magbanua
Arlene C. Noble
Arlene C. Noble
Hazel Grace G. Salmon
Hazel Grace G. Salmon

Theology & Social Studies

 

Shaira Maree P. Bautista
Shaira Maree P. Bautista
Keneth M. Dionisio
Keneth M. Dionisio
Matthew Christian Robert Doming
Matthew Christian Robert Doming
Alvin L. Jacob III
Alvin L. Jacob III
Dominic D. Zarate
Cid B. Peckley
Rommel Z. Cruz
Rommel Z. Cruz