Dominican School

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This school was founded in 1891 with the name San Alberto Magno School by the Dominican Friars of the Province of the Holy Rosary. In 1935, the Friars transferred the school to the Misioneras with several internal agreements. The sisters then made it an exclusive school for girls and re-opened it on June 10, 1935 with the name Blessed Imelda Academy.  

Bombed during World War in 1945, the school was reconstructed. In 1953, the school moved to a bigger campus in Tapuac District.

In 1970, the school became a co-ed when its door was opened to the boys in response to the plea of parents to give the same Dominican quality of education to their boys. The school then was re-named to Dominican School.


  • Administration and Teaching:
    • Pre-Elem, Basic, Junior and Senior HS
  • Other Apostolate:
    • Catechism classes in the public school.
    • Preparation of students to receive the Sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation and First Communion
    • Promotion of the Holy Rosary
    • Sunday Catechism for children and adult.
    • Feeding Program for the poor
    • Dominican Laity in two parishes.