Established in June 1976, Signal Village National High School (SVNHS) has grown from its humble beginnings as a mere annex of Fort Bonifacio High School to become one of the largest and most esteemed educational institutions in the city.

Signal Village National High School

SVNHS traces its roots back to 1976 when it was established as Fort Bonifacio High School (FBHS) Signal ANNEX, under the leadership of Teacher-In-Charge Clarita B. Manalili. With just eight teachers and 175 students, the school embarked on a journey of growth and transformation.

Over the years, dedicated educators like Aida A. Contreras and Juanita De Vera, along with the support of parents, teachers, and the local community, worked tirelessly to improve and develop the school's facilities. Their efforts culminated in the conversion of FBHS Signal Annex into an independent institution—Signal Village National High School—through Republic Act 8039 in June 1995.

Under the leadership of principals such as Juanita S. De Vera, Domingo G. Manimtim, and Eleanor F. Abisado, SVNHS experienced unprecedented growth, both in terms of student enrollment and infrastructure development. The school's student population soared from 175 in 1976 to a staggering 9,250 in 2010, making it the largest high school in the Division of Taguig – Pateros.

SVNHS is located next to EM's Signal Village Elementary School, one of the oldest public schools in Taguig. For the full list, here are the Public Schools in Taguig.

DepEd Supervision

Signal Village National High School is mandated and supervised by the DepEd Philippines under Schools Division Office (SDO) of Taguig City and Pateros (TAPAT) to ensure access to quality education for every young Taguigeño.

Achievements and Innovations

Throughout its history, SVNHS has been a trailblazer in education, spearheading initiatives to enhance learning and skills development. The school implemented the Department of Education's ICT project, receiving 150 computer units to support its priority project, the iCT. Additionally, SVNHS partnered with Senator Rene Cayetano Companero (SRCC) to offer Technical/Vocational courses, providing students with valuable skills for future employment opportunities.

SVNHS covered court and quadrangle

Under the leadership of Eleanor F. Abisado, SVNHS continued to expand its infrastructure, acquiring additional school buildings and facilities to accommodate its growing student population. In June 2019, the school proudly inaugurated a new building equipped with 21 fully air-conditioned classrooms, a cyber laboratory with 26 iMac computers, and a "Hope Center" dedicated to providing 24/7 counseling support to students.

Signal Village National High School gate along Ballecer St.

Beyond academics, SVNHS is deeply committed to community engagement and social responsibility. The school actively involves parents, stakeholders, and the local community in its programs and initiatives, fostering a sense of ownership and collaboration.

As SVNHS continues to uphold its legacy of excellence, it remains dedicated to nurturing the minds and spirits of its students, equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and values they need to thrive in an ever-changing world.

Aerial shot of SVNHS

Signal Village National High School (SVNHS)

School ID Number: 305463
Address: Ballecer St., Brgy. Central Signal, Taguig City
Founded: 1976
Phone: (02) 8837 0760


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