Assumption Iloilo

Assumption Iloilo is a private Catholic School owned and managed by the Religious of the Assumption through the charism of St. Marie Eugenie of Jesus.

Operating as usual

Photos from Assumption Iloilo's post 24/04/2021

Soar high, Grade 6 Batch 2021!

Photos from Assumption Iloilo's post 23/04/2021

We rejoice and thank our partner schools and community for joining us in the celebration of the 500 Years of Christianity in our country through these pieces of Artwork with the theme: "IPA-AMBIT ANG REGALO HALIN SA GINOO PARA SA KAAYUHAN SANG ISIGKAPAREHO".

Photos from Assumption Iloilo's post 23/04/2021

Bravo grade school football team and parents! May others be inspired by your example! This is Solidarity In Action!
God bless you a hundredfold! 💜

22/04/2021

Love and gratitude for your kindness and generosity! 💜

Love and gratitude for your kindness and generosity! 💜

Photos from Assumption Iloilo's post 21/04/2021

Congratulations to our Math Wizards for bagging medals in these competitions!

Truly, your potentials are infinite!

19/04/2021

We are back with yet another fun-filled episode of Usapang AC: The Podcast!

Join us later at 7 pm as we share tips on surviving high school!

Photos from Assumption Iloilo's post 13/04/2021

Research defense and presentation is one of the culminating activities of SHS learners' struggle to get to university. Everybody in the academe knows what is at stake at every step of the way to the final defense.

We take this opportunity to express our deepest thanks to the Research Team - Ms. Emily Singbenco, Mr. Stephan Jade Navarro, Mr. Michael Angelo Dejando, and Mr. John DarrylGuinmapang. We also thank our in-house research advisers as they painstakingly prepared our learners to arrive at this milestone in their education, sacrificing their own precious time to rest and pursue other activities.

Every year, since 2018, has its unique challenges and triumphs our research advisers have weathered quite well. Our external panelists are educators par excellence; they took our learners as their own. To Mr. Harold Mediodia, Mr. Johnny Pornel, Dr. Jomeo Sumalapao, Dr. Garry Cachuela, Dr. Ricky Magno, and Dr. Aris Larroder our deepest gratitude. May the Lord reward your goodness a hundredfold.

To our learners: congratulations! Continue to learn through persevering to make your efforts bear good fruit and listening to your mentors well. Keep the learning going. Always be grateful to your parents. Above all, seek guidance from above from Whom all your talents come.

Thank you. You made Assumption Iloilo proud again! Love and gratitude!

The A-Team

12/04/2021

To our dear learners,

The Fourth Quarter is almost over. Needless to say that this is the toughest school year… ever. The struggle is real. Admit it or not, there were moments and situations that challenged our sanity but in the end, we managed to cope and became better versions of ourselves.

As teachers, it would be our greatest joy when our students assure us that they are happy and thankful that they learned a lot. Surprisingly, our interactions brought us much delight! But if you felt offended at any time during our encounters, we apologize for that. It was never our intention to make you feel that way. This school year was as grueling and taxing for your teachers too. So much time and effort were exerted by your teachers in preparing and navigating this New Normal.

Now, let us share the reasons why we do what we usually do…

When we check attendance early before the start of our online classes, we just want to inculcate punctuality.
When we religiously follow routines in the submission and releasing of scores, we want to teach you responsibility and self-discipline.
When we demand the passing of your OWN output, we just want you to go through the process (not cut corners) and let your original ideas to come out.
When we give oral tests, we just want to provide opportunities for you to enhance self-confidence.
When we return essays and Performance Tasks with feedbacks, we just want to give suggestions for improvement and to challenge you to do better because we know you can.
When we encourage you to use editing apps, we want to awaken your creativity and make you take initiative in exploring new possibilities of levelling up your output.
When we inform your parents about missing outputs, we just want your parents to take an active role in tracking your performance.
When we reprimand you for plagiarizing, it’s because we don’t want you to embrace the idea that academic dishonesty is an acceptable trend and crossing the line becomes comfortable.
When we consistently follow up your submissions and run after you like there was no tomorrow, we want to set an example of how it means to be PERSISTENT.
When we reply to your messages in the middle of the night or any time during weekends, we just want you to feel that we are here for you and YOU matter. Each one of you matters to us.

We wish to have met you in better circumstances but this is how God had intended our meetings to be. We hope our efforts were not in vain in making you understand and appreciate our topics this year.

When times get better and this Covid-19 pandemic becomes a thing of the past, do introduce yourselves when you meet us in the hallways. In that way, we can get to know each other personally and we could be more than just acquaintances on screen. We wish you the best of luck in everything that you want to pursue.

We will be bidding farewell soon to this challenging school year. Our memories will surely be treasured. We are looking forward seeing you next year and the coming years. Assumption Iloilo, hopefully, will mean more to you than just a school. This is your home too and it will always shall be.

Much love and gratitude,
Assumption Iloilo Teachers

To our dear learners,

The Fourth Quarter is almost over. Needless to say that this is the toughest school year… ever. The struggle is real. Admit it or not, there were moments and situations that challenged our sanity but in the end, we managed to cope and became better versions of ourselves.

As teachers, it would be our greatest joy when our students assure us that they are happy and thankful that they learned a lot. Surprisingly, our interactions brought us much delight! But if you felt offended at any time during our encounters, we apologize for that. It was never our intention to make you feel that way. This school year was as grueling and taxing for your teachers too. So much time and effort were exerted by your teachers in preparing and navigating this New Normal.

Now, let us share the reasons why we do what we usually do…

When we check attendance early before the start of our online classes, we just want to inculcate punctuality.
When we religiously follow routines in the submission and releasing of scores, we want to teach you responsibility and self-discipline.
When we demand the passing of your OWN output, we just want you to go through the process (not cut corners) and let your original ideas to come out.
When we give oral tests, we just want to provide opportunities for you to enhance self-confidence.
When we return essays and Performance Tasks with feedbacks, we just want to give suggestions for improvement and to challenge you to do better because we know you can.
When we encourage you to use editing apps, we want to awaken your creativity and make you take initiative in exploring new possibilities of levelling up your output.
When we inform your parents about missing outputs, we just want your parents to take an active role in tracking your performance.
When we reprimand you for plagiarizing, it’s because we don’t want you to embrace the idea that academic dishonesty is an acceptable trend and crossing the line becomes comfortable.
When we consistently follow up your submissions and run after you like there was no tomorrow, we want to set an example of how it means to be PERSISTENT.
When we reply to your messages in the middle of the night or any time during weekends, we just want you to feel that we are here for you and YOU matter. Each one of you matters to us.

We wish to have met you in better circumstances but this is how God had intended our meetings to be. We hope our efforts were not in vain in making you understand and appreciate our topics this year.

When times get better and this Covid-19 pandemic becomes a thing of the past, do introduce yourselves when you meet us in the hallways. In that way, we can get to know each other personally and we could be more than just acquaintances on screen. We wish you the best of luck in everything that you want to pursue.

We will be bidding farewell soon to this challenging school year. Our memories will surely be treasured. We are looking forward seeing you next year and the coming years. Assumption Iloilo, hopefully, will mean more to you than just a school. This is your home too and it will always shall be.

Much love and gratitude,
Assumption Iloilo Teachers

Timeline Photos 06/04/2021

Congratulations, Holly Dei Syree Fundal! We are so proud of you! 💜

05/04/2021

"The pandemic that we are currently facing has brought out the best in us. As a progressive society, we have learned to adapt and make out what we can from our current situation.

We have to admit that online learning is not all sunshine and rainbows. There will be challenges to face and hurdles to overcome. As a parent, this pandemic has made me see education in a different light. Yes, it may be tough for all of us (fellow parents, teachers, and students) but challenges and hurdles allow the potential in all of us to flourish. I can see that my children are having a harder time learning because of the problems that come with online learning but this does not stop them from doing their best; not only in academics but also in the values that Assumption instills in them. Being able to see my children in action, I was able to learn that my daughter is gifted in arts and crafts and enjoys passing the time by drawing and coloring her projects. My son, on the other hand, is talented when the topic is about science and mathematics and enjoys solving the mathematical equations that his teachers would give him.

Online learning has taught both me and my children to be more patient and understanding. Living in a third-world country like the Philippines, we have to deal with connection errors ever so often. Some teachers are also inexperienced with technology and teaching through an online medium. Some of my son’s and daughter’s teachers have also been my own and I truly understand the difficulties that they are going through. Despite this, I continue to push through and see to it that my children get the quality education that they deserve. Because of online learning and the pandemic, my children have learned to be more responsible and to manage their time wisely - traits that will be useful down the line. They have learned of the sacrifices that we parents and teachers have to make to give them a good education.

Online learning and the pandemic have made me and my children develop a closer relationship with each other and with God. He is the center of our lives and we continue to thank him every day for the opportunity to continue learning and developing ourselves despite all the hardships that we are currently facing. These hardships have allowed me and my children to further flourish and give our best no matter the task."

-Mrs. Jackie Dela Fuente Tedoco
Grade School Parent

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"The pandemic that we are currently facing has brought out the best in us. As a progressive society, we have learned to adapt and make out what we can from our current situation.

We have to admit that online learning is not all sunshine and rainbows. There will be challenges to face and hurdles to overcome. As a parent, this pandemic has made me see education in a different light. Yes, it may be tough for all of us (fellow parents, teachers, and students) but challenges and hurdles allow the potential in all of us to flourish. I can see that my children are having a harder time learning because of the problems that come with online learning but this does not stop them from doing their best; not only in academics but also in the values that Assumption instills in them. Being able to see my children in action, I was able to learn that my daughter is gifted in arts and crafts and enjoys passing the time by drawing and coloring her projects. My son, on the other hand, is talented when the topic is about science and mathematics and enjoys solving the mathematical equations that his teachers would give him.

Online learning has taught both me and my children to be more patient and understanding. Living in a third-world country like the Philippines, we have to deal with connection errors ever so often. Some teachers are also inexperienced with technology and teaching through an online medium. Some of my son’s and daughter’s teachers have also been my own and I truly understand the difficulties that they are going through. Despite this, I continue to push through and see to it that my children get the quality education that they deserve. Because of online learning and the pandemic, my children have learned to be more responsible and to manage their time wisely - traits that will be useful down the line. They have learned of the sacrifices that we parents and teachers have to make to give them a good education.

Online learning and the pandemic have made me and my children develop a closer relationship with each other and with God. He is the center of our lives and we continue to thank him every day for the opportunity to continue learning and developing ourselves despite all the hardships that we are currently facing. These hardships have allowed me and my children to further flourish and give our best no matter the task."

-Mrs. Jackie Dela Fuente Tedoco
Grade School Parent

#tatakassumption

31/03/2021

Another week, another episode of Usapang AC: The Podcast!

Join us later at 7 pm as we recall our firsts during our Immersion, Retreat, and Outreach Activities!

26/03/2021

"Assumption Iloilo is more than just an educational institution. More than anything, it has helped me build character by preparing me both academically and spiritually. Through the gift of Assumption education, I have honed the values of patience, gratitude, love, and humility. Through AI I have discovered that nothing is too difficult, too challenging, too heartbreaking, or too unsurpassable for as long as I put Christ at the center of my days.

I am strong but not rude, brave but not oppressive, proud but not arrogant, and true but not flawless because my core is rooted in the school that has always seen the best in me and has allowed me to break through the rocks that imprisoned my deepest potentials. I owe to Assumption Iloilo the person that I am today because AI is more than just an educational institution - it is a safe place to grow and discover the truest and best version of yourself.

And for this, I will infinitely be grateful for studying (t)here."

-Anne Therese J. Kanaan
Batch 2019

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"Assumption Iloilo is more than just an educational institution. More than anything, it has helped me build character by preparing me both academically and spiritually. Through the gift of Assumption education, I have honed the values of patience, gratitude, love, and humility. Through AI I have discovered that nothing is too difficult, too challenging, too heartbreaking, or too unsurpassable for as long as I put Christ at the center of my days.

I am strong but not rude, brave but not oppressive, proud but not arrogant, and true but not flawless because my core is rooted in the school that has always seen the best in me and has allowed me to break through the rocks that imprisoned my deepest potentials. I owe to Assumption Iloilo the person that I am today because AI is more than just an educational institution - it is a safe place to grow and discover the truest and best version of yourself.

And for this, I will infinitely be grateful for studying (t)here."

-Anne Therese J. Kanaan
Batch 2019

#tatakassumption

19/03/2021

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MARAGTAS SANG PAGTUO: A Virtual Presentation on the Celebration of the 500 Years of Christianity 18/03/2021

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18/03/2021

Just as promised, Usapang AC: The Podcast is back for another round of thoughts, talks, and everything in between!

Join us later at 7 pm as we look back at the memories we made during Playfest and Intramurals.

EWTN Global Catholic Television Network: Catholic News, TV, Radio | EWTN 14/03/2021

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We encourage everyone to join Pope Francis and Cardinal Chito Tagle in the Holy Eucharist at St. Peter's Basilica, Rome as we celebrate the 500 years of Christianity in our country.

LIVE: March 14, Sunday at 5:00 PM (MANILA TIME)

Watch online - URL link: www.ewtn.com/asia-pacific. You may also want to download the FREE EWTN App or follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/EWTNasia

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The Religious of the Assumption

Date founded: 1910

First Sisters: Mother M. Teresita (called Mother M. Teresa in Iloilo), Srs. M. Rafaela, M. Silvina, M. Leandra, Angela M., Bernardine, M. Matea, M. Eberard, Antonia Ma., M. Servula and M. d’ Assise. With Mother Helene Marguerite who was returning to Manila after the Chapter, the party set sail from Barcelona on Nov. 12th 1910 on board Spanish liner “Fernando Po.” They arrived in Iloilo on Dec. 16th at 6 a.m. They were met by Sr. Caroline M. and Rosario Araneta.

The school had already been functioning since July 15th, thanks to Sr. Caroline M., Sr. M. Benedict and Sr. M. Alfred and three Manila Old Girls, Rosario Araneta and Manuela and Trinidad Gay. The first pupil inscribed was Maria Arroyo y Lacson, aged 4, daughter of Jesus Lacson also an Old Girl.

Purpose of the Foundation: The needs answered

Videos (show all)

Eucharistic Celebration for the Feast of St. Marie Eugenie
Assumption Iloilo Christmas Video Presentation
Eucharistic Celebration
Eucharistic Celebration
Monthly Mass
One-minute Campus Tour
SME Sayings
Feast of the Dedication of the St. John Lateran Basilica and the Anniversary of the First Mass in the Assumption
Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Assumption Feast Day Eucharistic Celebration
Assumption Iloilo First Vespers

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#18 Gen. Luna Street
Iloilo City
5000

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 16:00
Saturday 08:00 - 12:00
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