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 Please be informed that the Convocation today, September 19 will be moved to Monday, September 22. Same time schedule will be followed except for Grade 6 which will be at 1:15 p.m.

CSA Bulletin


The Social Studies Department of both the high school and grade school, together with some preschool teachers had conceptualized the activities for the day. The activities include a cultural presentation to be participated in by Twinkletoes and the Preschool, selected Grade School dancers, High School CSA Red and Gold Boosters and the CSA Dance Troupe and a Parade of Nations. Everyone is enjoined to wear any Asian costume on that day.


The Rosary is a prayer for peace. To rediscover the Rosary means to immerse oneself in contemplation of the mystery of Christ who “is our peace,” says Blessed John Paul II. As a culminating activity for October, Month of the Hole Rosary, the High School CLE Department will sponsor a Living Rosary on Friday, 28 October 2011, from 10:00AM to 12:00NN at the CSA Gymnasium. This activity seeks to promote the importance and power of the Rosary in one’s life, family, community, and the nation. Pope Paul VI once said that a rosary without meditation on these mysteries is like a person without life. Selected students will read a meditation before each mystery, and to make the celebration even more meaningful, the High School Chorale will lead in the singing of Marian Hymns. HSCC p


The Philippine Robotics Olympiad is an annual science educational event that primarily aims to challenge the intellectual skills and critical thinking of elementary and high school students.

CSA: An Accredited member of the UNESCO Associated Project network (ASPnet Schools)

CSA has renewed its membership to the UNESCO ASPnet Program and was granted accreditation last December 15, 2010. Membership is renewable every two years. As a member, CSA subscribes to all the goals of the network and supports all the UNESCO initiatives. We believe that education has a paramount role to play in order to help children and young people promote the ideals of UNESCO and to confront the many new challenges caused by rapid change, the electronic era, globalization and the widening ga


Colegio San Agustin joined the international community in celebrating the World Teachers’ Day last October 5, 2011. Weeks before the day, the children had been preparing their messages of love and appreciation for their teachers, their Hero. A teacher for the day per grade level had also been posted on bulletin boards.


Colegio San Agustin has formally organized the Disaster Management Team for this school year. In a whole day seminar last July 12, 2011, the participants composed of personnel from all sectors of the school underwent basic training from a reorientation to rescue and actual planning under the supervision of the Makati Rescue Team.