The Espiritu Santo Parochial School was formally established in 1947 by Rev. Fr. William J. Duschak, SVD, former Vicar Apostolic of Calapan, Oriental Mindoro. Initially, classes were held in the parish hall. Due to the unprecedented increase in student enrolment, the high school department, the Annex 1 and the Annex II buildings were constructed in succession. The following years, Fr. Antonio Albrecht, SVD, the Holy Spirit Sisters and the Secular Clergy efficiently administered the operation of the school. In 1973, the Religious Missionaries of St. Dominic took over its management.
Under the dynamic vision of the Dominican Sisters, the school initiated the much - needed reforms in the curricular offerings and further improve the existing physical facilities to ensure academic excellence, heighten spiritual awareness and create a healthy environment conducive to learning.
Consistent with the avowed school aims, ESPS never ceases to upgrade and vigorously improve the quality of instruction. School year 1997 saw a myriad of significant changes in the school set up both in the curricular and co-curricular programs and physical plant.
To date, the school is equipped with modern facilities namely, the state of art instructional media center, computer laboratories, fully air-conditioned offices and classrooms, well- ventilated school cafeterias and a state of the art school library and auditorium, a functional audio-visual room, a covered catwalk connecting the high school department and the Annex I building and the installation of the MIS (Management Information System) and the Internet.
In 1998, ESPS initiated a great leap towards accreditation. It was a tedious preparation and process of analysis and evaluation of the school’s curriculum, student services, facilities, faculty and staff development. In August 1999, the school passed the First Preliminary Survey of the PAASCU (Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools Colleges and Universities.) in which the school has successfully met its standards and requirements for Level I, thus making the school eligible for Formal Survey. Consequently, the school was granted the Level II status in May 2001, and was recommended for the Re-Survey three years after. Hence, in November and December 2004, the Grade School and High School Departments underwent the PAASCU Re- Survey accreditation, respectively. Both departments were granted re-accreditation for a period of five years.
The Religious Missionaries of St. Dominic formally entrusted the administration and supervision of the school to MAPSA ( Manila Archdiocesan and Parochial Schools Association) under the leadership of Msgr. .Alberto G. Salonga Jr. and with Sr. Ma. Rosalinda F. Calong, O.P. as its Principal.
Today, the school continuously commits itself towards the realization of a dynamic community coupled with selfless dedication and firm resolve to deliver quality, accessible and affordable education.
- A dynamic school community that is………
- Christ – Centered
- Academically Competent
Inspired by the gifts of the Holy Spirit and guidance of the Mother of God,
We commit ourselves to:
- profess and live the gift of Faith we have received so as to worship, love and serve God in our personal and communal life
- acquire knowledge, skills, competencies and value-laden foundation to cope with the increasing needs of a competitive and fast changing society
- preserve our Filipino-Christian heritage and culture; deepen our love for country willing to contribute to its development
- share joyfully the fruits of our labor to others especially the less fortunate
Alma Mater Song
E.S.P.S. all praise to thee
Glad the song we raise to thee.
Down the years we’ll love thy name
Thy renown we’ll all acclaim.
Thy love and truth will ever be
Stars to guide our loyalty
A light to shine . . . . on life’s high sea
Alma Mater ESPS.
Sons and daughters sing to thee,
Worthy gifts we bring to thee.
Hearts we give thee loyal truth
To those rare gifts we owe to you.
Holy Spirit, Spirit of the living God
Rest a tongue of fire upon each of us.
Give us new WISDOM as we hear each other speak
and fill us with new wine of your energy for mission.
Give us COURAGE to speak the truth,
justice, love and peace
Give us the strength and grace
to serve the less fortunate
worthy of the vocation
to which you have called us.
May your fire of Courage, Wisdom
set our world aflame Amen.
Mary, Seat of Wisdom,
Pray for us.
Department Heads and Coordinators
|Rev. Fr. Nolan A. Que, Ph.D
||Director / Principal
|Rev. Fr. Nicanor A. Celiano Jr.
|Ms. Joan S. Judimo
||Christian Formation Officer
|Mrs. Benardette G. Manansala
|Mr. Philip E. Rodriguez
|Mr. Fernando S. Vargas
||Human Resource Management
|Mrs. Ma. Lourdes G. Iranzo
|Ms. Remegia A. Dipasupil
||Vice-Principal for Academics (High School)
|Mr. Benedicto L. Pascual
||Vice-Principal for Academics (Grade School)
|Ms. Rhoda V. Maximo
||Vice-Principal for Activities (High School)
|Mrs. Ma. Lourdes S. Barrientos
||Vice-Principal for Activities (Grade School))
|Ms. Guia M. Manalo
||Vice-Principal for Discipline (Grade 9 & Fourth Year)
|Ms. Leticia A. Ladines
||Vice-Principal for Discipline (Grade 7 & 8)
|Mr. Herwin S. Gatdula
||Vice-Principal for Discipline (Grade School Dep’t.)
|Mr. Mark Collin V. De Guzman
||Communication Arts Coordinator (High School)
|Mrs. Jocelyn I. Javelosa
||Communication Arts Coordinator (Grade School)
|Mrs. Miradel V. De Leon
||Allied Sciences Coordinator (High School)
|Mrs. Marie Grace S. Bulanadi
||Allied Sciences Coordinator (Grade School)
|Ms. Melanie J. Magpantay
||Humanities Coordinator (High School)
|Mrs. Diana D. Ong
||Humanities Coordinator (Grade School)
|Ms. Soledad B. Ignacio
||Pre-School Department Head
|Mr. Vandenberg Castillio
|Ms. Joan S. Judimo
|Dr. Wenceslao S. Llauderes
||Health Services Head