In remembrance of the Declaration of Martial Law 46 years ago, The Teacher statue (popularly known as Lorna) was draped in black
to symbolize the darkness that befell the country during that time. It also symbolizes the attempts of the Marcos family to cover up the attrocities
they committed during their 20-year rule. The Aninag (UPIS' student publication) accompanied their photo of Lorna with the caption "Huwag nating hayaang makubli
sa karimlan ang katotohanan" (Do not allow the truth be hidden in darkness).
The UPIS Girls' Table Tennis Team ranked 1st runner up at the Milo Little Olympics held last August 24-26 in Marikina. They bested several teams from NCR and South Luzon. The team consists of (from L-R) Ashley Turqueza, Sasha Reyes ,Pinky Fabian, Eunice Regresado, and Harrieth Pedroche.
Please be informed that UPIS does not accept transferees for our Senior High School Program (Grades 11-12). Only UPIS Grade 10 students will enter the said program.
As a laboratory school of the U.P. College of Education, UPIS can only accommodate a limited number of students per level due to a CHED directive which limits admission to laboratory schools of state colleges and universities.
For individuals or institutions who want to observe classes in the UPIS, please read the guidelines here.
|Oct 1-2||1st Quarter
|Oct 11-12||1st Quarter
Kinder to Grade 11
|Nov 16||Issuance of 1st
|For more information, see the full calendar here.|
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