Name of Principal School Year Justo C. Ramos 1968-1972 Emilia Font 1972-1982 Aurora B. Taguba 1982-1983 Victorino V. Cano 1984-1988 Teresita N. Turia 1989-1991 Lilia A. Sahagun 1993-1994 Lumen G. Velasco 1993-1994 Eqxequil T. Calixtro 1994-1995 Paz M. Viloria 1995-1996 Sally M. Barcelona 1996-2001 Felicisima F. Tanedo 2001-2004 Jose B. Dividina 2004-2012 Lucia D. Herrera December 2012-July 17, 2015 Leila V. Ancheta July 20, 2015-present   The Judge Juan Luna High School Had experienced the most tragic event in its history when the fire broke out on February 16, 2005 at exactly 7:10 p.m. Burning the four buildings the Cano Building, the Font Building, the Ramos Building and the Taguba Building, sparing the Calalay Building, ang the Mathay Building. The cause of the fire was accident in nature. Two thousand eight hundred eighty-eight (2,888) students were affected by the tragedy. Classes were suspended by two days. (February 17 and 18) and resumed on February 21, 2005. The first year students were housed at Esteban Abada Elementary School while the second year students were accommodated at the Barangay Bungad Elementary Covered Court. The third year held their classes at the Mathay Building in the morning while the Fourth year in the afternoon. The Calalay Building was not used, for the safety of the students and the school personnel, while clearing on the fire remnants were going on.  Mr. Jose Dividina was transferred to JJLHS on june 5, 2006 as Principal III. As a visionary administrator, he was instrument in the realization for the completion of another two buildings-SB and DepEd. Through his leadership, donations from benefactors such as NGOs, LGUs, and other civic-minded people poured in. The shortage for computers, books and other teaching materials had been solved; resulting to a much-improved school performance in the succeeding years.  Mrs. Lucia D. Herrera was transferred to Judge Juan Luna High School on December 10,2012 due to forced retirement of Dr. Jose Dividina as Principal IV. She earned her promotion from her previous school- Jose P. Laurel Sr. High School.  At present, the school’s performance, teacher and staff development have been intensified. Focusing on the teaching-learning process that takes place in the environment. That is conducive to learning and child-friendly school: thereby achieving quality education for students who are productive, value laden and can compete globally for the world market.  Presently, the school head is painstakingly spearheading some innovations and improvements for the school. Repair and rehabilitation of Calalay Building under DPWH sponsorship of senator Lito Lapid was completed on 2015. Request of repair of another building with the same benefactor is currently on October, 2015. The principal is presently requesting Honorable Mayor Herbert Bautista for the repair of Mathay and DepEd Building.

                           


                    The school year 1962-1963 saw the materialization of community’s aspiration- The Judge Juan Luna High School. Elementary graduates of the community now do not have to go far for their secondary studies. Within 5,825 sq. meter lot of Judge Juan Luna Street rose a makeshift structure temporarily house the student population. Mrs. Florentina Gorospe took on the to start initial activities. The challenge was tremendous. There were no enough tools. There were substandard classrooms and inadequate facilities. But this did not dampen the spirit of the administrators and teachers. A year after, building A was put to allow for increase in enrollment. At that time, there were already two-year levels in operation. With the parents behind the scene, more instructional furniture such as chairs and tables were added. A fence was built to provide safety, security, and well-being of the students as well as the faculty and the stakeholders the community. Mrs. Regina Novales took over the administrative duties as the Head Teacher. By then, the faculty had increased to twenty-eight (28). The building B was added. For a time, the building becomes temporary classrooms for the newly-created Quezon City Science High School. However, by October 1968, they left the premises and the Judge Juan Luna High School occupied the said building. Once again, they were on their own without any other school inside its own campus.

                Mrs. Emilia E Font replaced Mr. Justo Ramos in 1971. He was then transferred to Galas High School, Now Carlos Albert High School. Before Mrs. Font’s retirement. A Bagong Lipunan building had been added to the two Marcos Pre-Fab building that had been put up at the interior portion of the school campus.

                Miss Aurora B. Taguba took over after her retirement in 1981 and the tree-storey 11-classroom building, a pet project of Mrs. Font was materialized. This was built at the center of the school campus and it connected the existing building A and B. by this time, the school had its graduation rites thus making it already a complete high school. The student population had risen by leaps and bounds passing the three thousand-mark. The faculty had increased to one hundred ten (110).

                During those times, the school took its pride with its new building- the Mathay and Calalay Building. The school had its facilities like the computer Laboratory, TLE Practice house and laboratories, Learning Resource Center, Science (Physics and Chemistry) Laboratories. Audio-Visual Room, E-Library Filipiniana, Meditation room and Munting Museo. Unfortunately, most of these special rooms were gutted by the fire last February 16,2005. With these areas the overall description/profile of the school community was produced.

                Assessment using the SWOT Analysis was conducted. SWOT analysis is a process of identifying the internal and external factors that affect the school performance. Internal factors are those that are found inside the school which facilitate (strengths) or hinder (weaknesses) the good performance. External factors are those outside the school which help improve (opportunities) school performance or impede (threat) the desire to improve.

 

          

Name of Principal

School Year

Justo C. Ramos

1968-1972

Emilia Font

1972-1982

Aurora B. Taguba

1982-1983

Victorino V. Cano

1984-1988

Teresita N. Turia

1989-1991

Lilia A. Sahagun

1993-1994

Lumen G. Velasco

1993-1994

Eqxequil T. Calixtro

1994-1995

Paz M. Viloria

1995-1996

Sally M. Barcelona

1996-2001

Felicisima F. Tanedo

2001-2004

Jose B. Dividina

2004-2012

Lucia D. Herrera

December 2012-July 17, 2015

Leila V. Ancheta

July 20, 2015-present

 

                The Judge Juan Luna High School Had experienced the most tragic event in its history when the fire broke out on February 16, 2005 at exactly 7:10 p.m. Burning the four buildings the Cano Building, the Font Building, the Ramos Building and the Taguba Building, sparing the Calalay Building, ang the Mathay Building. The cause of the fire was accident in nature. Two thousand eight hundred eighty-eight (2,888) students were affected by the tragedy. Classes were suspended by two days. (February 17 and 18) and resumed on February 21, 2005. The first year students were housed at Esteban Abada Elementary School while the second year students were accommodated at the Barangay Bungad Elementary Covered Court. The third year held their classes at the Mathay Building in the morning while the Fourth year in the afternoon. The Calalay Building was not used, for the safety of the students and the school personnel, while clearing on the fire remnants were going on.

                Mr. Jose Dividina was transferred to JJLHS on june 5, 2006 as Principal III. As a visionary administrator, he was instrument in the realization for the completion of another two buildings-SB and DepEd. Through his leadership, donations from benefactors such as NGOs, LGUs, and other civic-minded people poured in. The shortage for computers, books and other teaching materials had been solved; resulting to a much-improved school performance in the succeeding years.

                Mrs. Lucia D. Herrera was transferred to Judge Juan Luna High School on December 10,2012 due to forced retirement of Dr. Jose Dividina as Principal IV. She earned her promotion from her previous school- Jose P. Laurel Sr. High School.

                At present, the school’s performance, teacher and staff development have been intensified. Focusing on the teaching-learning process that takes place in the environment. That is conducive to learning and child-friendly school: thereby achieving quality education for students who are productive, value laden and can compete globally for the world market.

                Presently, the school head is painstakingly spearheading some innovations and improvements for the school. Repair and rehabilitation of Calalay Building under DPWH sponsorship of senator Lito Lapid was completed on 2015. Request of repair of another building with the same benefactor is currently on October, 2015. The principal is presently requesting Honorable Mayor Herbert Bautista for the repair of Mathay and DepEd Building.