All former UPIS Principals were honored during the opening program celebrating the UP College of Education's 100th year. They were given the College's Centennial Service Award for their contribution to the development and improvement of UPIS which is the laboratory school of the College. In the picture (from left to right) are Dr. Fidel Nemenzo (Vice Chancellor for Research and Development) representing the Chancellor Tan, Dr. Aurora Zuñiga (principal from 2009-2011), Dr. Leonila Tee-Reyes (principal from 2005-2008), Dr. Julian Abuso (principal from 2002-2005), Dr. Bernadette Pablo (principal from 1987-1990), Dr. Natividad Munnariz (principal from 1983-1987), Dr. Ma. Theresa de Villa (principal from 1996-1999) Dr. Lorina Calingasan (current principal) and Dr. Therese Bustos, (Dean of the College of Education).
The first products of UPIS' K-12 program graduated today at the UP Film Center. Guest speaker was Raquel Fortun (UPIS 1979), the first Filipino forensic pathologist and a TOYM and TOWNS awardee. Leadimg the list of graduates (class valedictorian) was Marianne T. Sasing who garnered a general weighted average of 1.17422. Marianne will be taking up BA Economics in UP Diliman this August although she is qualified to enter the INTARMED program.
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.
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