Nestled in the vibrant city of Taguig, Philippines, Colegio de Santa Ana (CDSA) stands as a beacon of educational excellence, nurturing young minds and shaping futures since its establishment. With a rich history and a commitment to holistic education, CDSA holds a special place in the hearts of its students, alumni, and the local community. Let's explore the essence of CDSA and what makes it a distinguished educational institution.

Historical Background

Colegio de Santa Ana traces its roots back to 1980, when it was founded by Rt. Rev. Msgr. Augurio I. Juta with the noble vision of providing quality education rooted in academic excellence, values formation, and holistic development.

Over the years, CDSA has evolved into a dynamic learning community, embracing innovation while upholding its core principles and traditions.

Colegio de Santa Ana mandated and supervised by the DepEd Philippines.

Mission and Vision

At the heart of Colegio de Santa Ana lies a steadfast commitment to its mission and vision, guiding its educational endeavors and shaping its identity. The institution strives to empower students to become competent, compassionate, and socially responsible individuals, equipped with the knowledge, skills, and values needed to navigate a rapidly changing world.

Academic Programs

CDSA offers a diverse array of academic programs tailored to meet the needs and aspirations of its students. From early childhood education to senior high school, the institution provides a comprehensive curriculum that emphasizes critical thinking, creativity, and lifelong learning. Whether pursuing the sciences, humanities, or vocational tracks, students at CDSA benefit from rigorous academic standards and personalized support from dedicated faculty members.

Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements for New Student Applicants

Nursery / Kindergarten
  • Age: 4 years old by October of the Academic Year for Nursery, 5 years old by October of the Academic Year for Kinder
  • Photocopies of birth (PSA) and baptismal certificates
  • Three (3) pieces of 1 x 1 ID Picture (white background)
  • Entrance interview (both child and parent, to be scheduled by the Guidance Advocate)
  • For non-Catholics: Signed form of Non-Catholic Agreement.

Elementary, Junior, and Senior High School
  • Form 138 (Report Card)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character duly signed by the Principal / Guidance Counselor
  • Photocopies of birth (PSA) and baptismal certificates
  • Three (3) pieces of 1 x 1 ID Picture (white background)
  • Entrance interview (both child and parent, to be scheduled by the Guidance Advocate)
  • For non-Catholics: Signed form of Non-Catholic Agreement.
  • For High School Transferees with ESC Voucher: ESC Certificate from the current school
  • For Senior High School without ESC, QVR from PEAC Website when available.
  • Grade requirement for Senior High School: General Average - 80 and above,
    • STEM: 85 and above in Math and Science
    • ABM: 85 and above in Math
    • GAS: 83 and above in Math and Science
    • HUMSS: 80 and above General Average

For prospective new student applicants, kindly prepare and submit the following requirements on the scheduled date of the Entrance Interview:

  • For inquiries, reach out to or call 8559-4001.

  • For general queries, contact or call 8891-6536.

  • For those interested in TLC (The Learning Center) applications, please refer to the specific requirements outlined here.

Values Formation and Character Development

Beyond academic achievement, Colegio de Santa Ana places a strong emphasis on values formation and character development. Through a holistic approach to education, students are encouraged to cultivate virtues such as integrity, compassion, and resilience, preparing them to face life's challenges with grace and dignity. Guided by the institution's core values, CDSA instills in its students a sense of social responsibility and a commitment to making a positive impact in their communities.

Co-Curricular and Extracurricular Activities

In addition to academic pursuits, CDSA offers a vibrant array of co-curricular and extracurricular activities designed to enrich the student experience. From sports and performing arts to leadership development and community service, students have ample opportunities to explore their interests, hone their talents, and forge lifelong friendships. Through participation in various clubs, organizations, and events, students at CDSA develop valuable skills, foster meaningful connections, and create cherished memories that last a lifetime.

Campus Facilities and Resources

Colegio de Santa Ana boasts state-of-the-art campus facilities and resources designed to support student learning and growth. From modern classrooms and laboratories to libraries, computer labs, and recreational spaces, the institution provides a conducive environment for academic excellence and personal development. With a focus on safety, accessibility, and sustainability, CDSA's campus reflects its unwavering commitment to providing students with the best possible learning experience.

Colegio de Santa Ana (CDSA)

Address: Liwayway Street, Sta. Ana, Taguig City
Phone Numbers: 8891-6536 (General Inquiries) | 8559-4001 (Direct Line)
Email Contacts:

Colegio de Santa Ana stands as a beacon of educational excellence and social responsibility, inspiring generations of students to pursue their dreams and make a difference in the world. With its unwavering commitment to academic rigor, values-based education, and holistic development, CDSA continues to empower students to become compassionate leaders, critical thinkers, and lifelong learners. As it embarks on the journey ahead, Colegio de Santa Ana remains dedicated to shaping minds, touching hearts, and transforming lives for generations to come.


IMPORTANT NOTE: ang Taguigeño blog ay hindi konektado sa anumang account ng Taguig City government. Ito ay nabuo upang maghatid ng napapanahong balita at impormasyon para sa lahat ng Taguigeño.

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