Our School

Sauyo High School (Formerly Pasong Tamo High Schoo) got its name from the Barangay where the school is now located. Its name was changed in June, 1994, 5 years after it moved to Barangay Sauyo.

The school started as an Annex of Novaliches High School in 1969, with one section of thirty students in the first year on a pre-fab building at the back of Pasong Tamo Elementary School. From 1972 to August 1978, it was made an Annex of Culiat High School. It then became independent on September 1, 1978.

After 21 years at the back of Pasong Tamo Elementary School, the school moved to its new campus on October 26, 1989. This is on a 4,747 square meters lot donated by the National Irrigation Administration at the NIA Village, a middle-class subdivision in Sauyo, Quezon City. The school has two sites: Site 1 situates the two-storey 12 classroom Gabaldon building built in School Year 1988-1989 which was funded by the City Government, the two storey 4- classroom NCR Building constructed in 1989 and the 2-room DPWH building. This site houses the Principal's and Administrative Offices, the Registrar's office, the computer room, the Alumni Hall and the Reading Center; Site 2 situates the three-storey 12-room Mathay Building the two-storey 9-room SEDP building which houses the Technology and Home Economics Building, the school library, the Administrative Office, the clinic and the Math Center, and the 8-room, four-storey Castello Building.

Both sites have Guidance office, Clinic, Canteen and Faculty room. Classes are held in two shifts. The grade 9 and fourth year students hold classes in Site 1 and the grade 7 and grade 8 students in site 2. The school caters to students from its catchment areas – Bagbag and Sauyo - as well as those coming from adjoining subdivisions.

Since its establishment, the school had been headed by the following administrators, namely: Mr. Jose P. Aguilar (1969-1970); Mr. Ricardo Reyes (1971-1972), one month; Mrs. Basilia Jimenez (1972), one month; Mrs. Elizabeth Olbina (Oct. 1972- 1975); Mrs. Virginia Cerrudo (1975-1976); Mrs. Perla Verzo (1976-1978); Mrs. Purificacion M. Cruz (1978- Aug. 14, 1984); Mrs. Eliza N. Lorenzana (Aug. 15, 1984-August 30, 1989); Ms. Flor P. Sandoval (Sept. 1, 1989-June 18, 1990; Mr. Exequiel V. Calixtro (June 19,1990- January, 1993); Mrs. Sheridan G. Evangelista (January 1993-May, 1993); Mr. Stevenson Damo (June 1993- April, 1994); Mr. Alfredo R. Dela Cruz (May, 1994 - October, 1998); Ms. Ofelia L. Millete (November, 1998- October 16, 2002); Dr. Josefina M. Pamplina (October 17, 2002- August 10,2004); Mrs. Erlinda M. Barreras (August 11, 2004 - October 28, 2005); Mrs. Angelita G. Regis (November 8, 2005- December, 2006); Dr. Modesto G. Villarin (January, 2007 - September, 2008), Mrs. Corazon J. Lomibao (September, 2008 - May 9, 2014), Dr. Anita S. Bohol (May 12, 2014 to present). The present officer in charge of this school is Mrs. Marivic B. Francisco (Sept 2017- present)

Department of Education Mission Statement

Department of Education Vision Statement

Department of Education Core Values

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

Marivic B. Francisco

SCHOOL OFFICER IN CHARGE

Subject Head Teachers:

Mrs. Ma. Victoria S. Moya

Araling Panlipunan Department

Mrs. Nerissa G. Domingo

English Department

Mrs. Leonora N. Quintana

Edukasyong Pagpapakatao Department

Mr. Arnel Salva

Filipino Department

Mrs. Rosalia P. Jara

MAPEH Department

Ms. Julieta Riobuya

Mathematics Department

Mrs. Annabelle S. Cruz

Science Department

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Araling Panlipunan Teachers:

Michael S. Barbado

Lovela O. Caabay

Mary Jane P. Caduyac

Nelia L. Calogne

Brenda S. Capoquian

Nardito A. Della

Gina L. Flores

Haydee H. Garcia

Jose Alex C. Granado

Lorma C. Lusaya

Gerlie A. Montano

Maria Victoria S. Moya

Rochelle G. Ramoso

Joanna D. Soliman

Jovy T. Tolentino

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English Teachers:

Milbie S. Bagando

Emyluz D. Cantor

Emma M. Casulla

Charlette Joy C. Crisostomo

Maybelle B. Degala

Jhonalyn E. Gutierrez

Mary Anne R. Guzman

Carolina T. Junio

Evangeline S. Magtoto

Dominador Jr. O. Martinez

Mary Joy D. Novida

Jhonreyl Paronda

Mary Joy R. Ramillano

Marianne C. Rivera

Annabelle M. Ronquillo

Melanie C. Tolentino

Jelyn C. Vigonte

Noraline C. Vinas

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Filipino Teachers:

Josephine F. Alma

Jerizaldy Avila

Fanny A. Bagadiong

Talitha Koum S. Bandico

Elvira L. Basco

Cesar E. Bernales

Angelyn V. Buenaobra

Marites Castillo

Loida C. Dela Cruz

Armielyn Frias

Erica G. Corral

Mercy B. Gerona

Letecia S. Hufancia

Jolizbeth P. Justo

Ma. Elena T. Mediavillo

Justina R. Medina

Veronica B. Meliza

Rosalinda A. Reciproco

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MAPEH Teachers:

Maribel J. Alberto

Marietta D. Aligada

Helen S. Andrada

Edelyn S. Anjail

Imelda H. Bautista

Avelino A. Balagbis

Bert S. Ballentes

Xylena Karlota Fe A. De Guzman

Sally D. Javier

Michelle B. Lobendico

Joana Leonora M. Palabrica

Sarah Marie P. Ragudo

Allan Y. Reyes

Rose Anne O. Rivera

Rowena M. Tivoli

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Mathematics Teachers:

Edylyn E. Ang

Jonathan Bacolod

Sunday S. Balano

Grace B. Barrientos

Raniel D. Cangco

Loreto R. Domingo

Chona C. Fernandez

Marie Carvy Hazel G. Galinato

Grace D. Gutano

Michelle P. Mahinay

Juanito E. Mangahas

Jhoanna C. Pabon

Lea Reazo

Genesis I. Ruiz

Noemi D. Sangria

Eugenia G. Samonte

Nerva R. Sarmiento

Ferdinand B. Tala

Emeline Caneres

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Science Teachers:

Annalie C. Arroyo

Dona F. Bajarin

Gwenita R. Bote

Meshiel B. Brome

Melissa H. Cadiz

Melody D. Dasas

Lorena R. Dela Cruz

Solita M. De Leon

Josephine S. Flores

Anaflor S. Guiang

Jefferson M. Isorena

Maria Rosario M. Juni

Donna P. Landrero

Katrina L. Manalo

Arlyn F. Perin

Emmanuel S. Reginaldo

Emmanuel L. Tabucol

Myrna P. Valdez

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Technology and Livelihood Education Teachers:

Dan Angelo R. Apostol

April H. Bernales

Genilyn M. Boston

Rafael L. Caburnay

Christian Raph T. Caburnay

Regina D. Cal

Mary Grace Canalita

Jericho P. Casulla

Carl Joseph A. Flores

Ailyn F. Gaspar

Evangeline L. Guzman

Elizabeth A. Lascona

Imelda C. Lipayon

Noel E. Macababbad

Annie Lyn G. Mendoza

Victoria T. Obien

Florizha Mae B. Penaso

Ranilo Paular

Eric S. Shabado

Shiela Z. Tambaoan

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Edukasyon Pagpapakatao Teachers:

Sheena N. Alih

Evelyn A. Amen

Gladys A. Balando

Mary Rose T. Hael

Maria Cecilia R. Jimeno

Maria Cecilia R. Lazarte

Marites M. Mascarinas

Jocelyn O. Saraos

Mary Aileen S. Valera

Nicanor Bucao

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Non-Teaching Staff:

Maria Emma T. Daga

Guidance Couselor

Amando B. Carino

Administrative Assistant III

Melinda N. Salazar

Administrative Assistant II

Edna M. Salandanan

Office Clerk

Michelle P. Tinedero

Liason Officer

Melchor Foloria

Teacher - Librarian

General Services:

Noel G. Abrazaldo

Ronnie A. Doctolero

Angelo Festejo

Leonardo M. Hizon

Joel Q. Juan

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CITIZEN CHARTER

Vision: To be a leading school where every student is achieving at his/her maximum potential in an inspiring, engaging, challenging and safe environment.

Mission: Sauyo High School will empower every student to become a life-long learner who is independent, responsible and productive citizen within the global community.

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SERVICE PLEDGE

(Adopted from Performance Pledge provided in CSC Citizen’s Charter)

We, the teachers and employees of Sauyo High School, pledge to:

Serve you promptly, efficiently, and with utmost courtesy;

Ensure strict compliance with service standards;

Respond to your complaint about services as soon as possible;

Value every citizen’s comments, suggestions, and needs;

Empower the public through access to information on our policies,

programs, activities and services;

All these we pledge because YOU deserve no less.

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Feedback and Redress Mechanism

(Based on CSC Citizen’s Charter Feedback and Redress Mechanism)

Please let us know how we have served you by doing any of the following:

Send your feedback through e-mail (sauyohighqc@ygmail.com)

or Talk to our Year Level Department Head In-Charge

If you are not satisfied with our service, your written / verbal complaints shall immediately be attended to by the Office of the Principal.

THANK YOU for helping us continuously improve our services.

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FRONTLINE SERVICES

1. Enrolment

a. Grade 7 and Transferees

Frontline Service Office: Mathematics and Values Education Departments and Prefect of Discipline

REQUIREMENTS:

· F138 or Report Card

· Certificate of Good Moral Character

· NSO Aunthenticated Birth Certificate

b. Dropped, Balik-Aral and Repeaters

Frontline Service Office: Guidance Office and Prefect of Discipline

REQUIREMENTS:

· F138 or Report Card

· Interview with the Guidance Counselor / Prefect of Discipline in the presence of the parent/ guardian

· Promissory letter to do better in school countersigned by the parent/guardian

c. All promoted students are considered enrolled in the next grade/year level

2. Issuance of Certificate of Good Moral Character, F-137, duplicate diploma

Frontline Service Office: Registrar

Step

1

2

Administrator’s Office Activity

Act on request

Issue document/s

Duration

Person In-Charge

Registrar

Registrar

Submit letter request

Claim requested document/s

F137-1 day

Certificate of Good Moral- 30 minutes

Diploma- 1 month

5 minutes

3. ISSUANCE OF EMPLOYEE CERTIFICATION & OTHER CERTIFICATIONS

4. UPDATE OF EMPLOYEE RECORDS

5. ISSUANCE OF CLEARANCE - RETIREMENT/RESIGNATION

6. APPLICATION FOR LOANS/LEAVE/CLAIMS

7. ISSUANCE OF CERTIFIED TRUE COPY/PHOTOCOPY PERSONAL FILES and OTHER MISCELLANEOUS FILES

8. APPLICATION FOR SERVICE RECORDS/CERTIFICATION OF EMPLOYMENT

9. APPLICATION FOR VACATION/SICK/MATERNITY LEAVE/PATERNITY LEAVE

Frontline Service Office: Administration Office

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SCHOOL REPORT CARD