LAS PIÑAS CAMPUS

Welcome to Saint Francis of Assisi College-Las Piñas. SFAC-Las Piñas is recognized as one of the reputable institutions in the South and is committed in providing quality Franciscan education through differentiated learning opportunities and experiences. SFAC-Las Piñas, with its administration, teachers, and staff, ensures that the students develop holistically through varied activities in academics and sports. Guided with the core values of commitment, opportunity, respect, and excellence, our students are encouraged to reach their highest potential as 21st century learners and to acquire decision-making skills and sense of responsibility in preparation for their active involvement as members of the society. 

SFAC-Las Piñas values participation of parents in their children’s education and assures that they are well-informed of the activities of the school. 

We know that the community shares our vision of developing progressive and holistic learners and this site reflects our conscious journey of strengthening our Franciscan education.

ARIES C. ROLDAN, Ph. D.
Principal
SFAC Las Piñas City

Program Offerings

  • Preschool
  • Grade School
  • Junior High School
  • Senior High School 

ACADEMIC TRACK

    • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
    • ABM (Accountancy, Business and Management)
    • HUMSS (Humanities and Social Sciences)
    • GAs (General Academic Strand)

TVL TRACK

    • HE (Home Economics)
    • ICT (Information and Communication Technology)
  • Collegiate Courses
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration,  major in:
      • Operations Management
      • Marketing Management
      • Financial Management
    • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
    • Bachelor of Arts, major in Psychology
    • Bachelor of Elementary Education
    • Bachelor of Secondary Education, major in:
      • English
      • Filipino
      • Mathematics
      • Science
      • Social Studies

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REACH US IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CHANNELS

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Admissions Office
Telephone:  (02)8800-3131
Email: laspinas@stfrancis.edu.ph
Office Hours:   7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Director for Academics
Telephone:  (02)8280-9498
Email: academics@stfrancis.edu.ph
Office Hours:   7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

HRDD Office
Email: sfacmainhrd@yahoo.com.ph  
Office Hours:   7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Elementary Department
Telephone:  (02)8800-0765
Email: laspinas@stfrancis.edu.ph
Office Hours:   7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

High School Department
Telephone:  (02)8280-9498
Email: laspinas@stfrancis.edu.ph
Office Hours:   7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Accounting Office
Telephone:  (02)8805-8014
Email: sfacmain@gmail.com 
Office Hours:   7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Registrar’s Office
Telephone:  (02)8800-3097
Email: sfaccollegeregistrar@yahoo.com.ph 
Office Hours:   7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Information Technology Resource Office 
Telephone:  (02)8800-0695
Email: info@stfrancis.edu.ph 
Office Hours:   7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.


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045 Admiral, Las Pinas

SFAC and SAS is one with you in honoring all the hardworking and selfless moms. Truly, a mother's unconditional love brings light and happiness to each home. We wish all moms a Happy Mother's Day!

Mother’s Day in the Philippines used to be celebrated on the first Monday of December. On this day, school children placed pink cadena de amor, others say carnations, on their chests. Schoolchildren who no longer have mothers placed white cadena de amor on their chests. Appropriate programs were held all over the country in honor of mothers and husbands gave gifts to their wives. What a wonderful way of honoring the wonderful people who gave birth to the children of the world!

It was said that in 1921, the Ilocos Norte Federation of Women’s Clubs appealed to then American Governor-General Charles Yeater to declare the first Monday of December as Mother’s Day to honor these fabulous women who brought forth God’s children into this world.

Governor-General Yeater responded with the issuance of Circular No. 33 designating the first Monday of every December as Mother’s Day. The then Bureau of Education was designated as the agency in charge of the national celebration.

When the Philippine Commonwealth Government was proclaimed, President Manuel L. Quezon also issued a presidential proclamation declaring the first Monday of December as Mother’s Day.

Then President Ferdinand Marcos issued Presidential Proclamation No. 2037 in 1980, declaring the first Monday of December as Mother’s Day.

During the term of President Corazon Aquino, however […] she issued Proclamation No. 266 declaring the first Sunday of May as Mother’s Day, thereby changing the Filipino tradition of Mother’s Day. […] What the article forgot to mention is that this tradition was revived by President Joseph Ejercito Estrada through Proclamation No. 58, s. 1998.  He amended Proclamation No. 266, s. 1988, changing the Mother’s Day and Father’s Day celebration from the second Sunday of May and third Sunday of June, respectively, to the first Monday of December. [1]

Source:
[1] http://malacanang.gov.ph/74663-the-first-monday-of-december-is-mothers-day-and-fathers-day/
SFAC and SAS is one with you in honoring all the hardworking and selfless moms. Truly, a mother's unconditional love brings light and happiness to each home. We wish all moms a Happy Mother's Day! Mother’s Day in the Philippines used to be celebrated on the first Monday of December. On this day, school children placed pink cadena de amor, others say carnations, on their chests. Schoolchildren who no longer have mothers placed white cadena de amor on their chests. Appropriate programs were held all over the country in honor of mothers and husbands gave gifts to their wives. What a wonderful way of honoring the wonderful people who gave birth to the children of the world! It was said that in 1921, the Ilocos Norte Federation of Women’s Clubs appealed to then American Governor-General Charles Yeater to declare the first Monday of December as Mother’s Day to honor these fabulous women who brought forth God’s children into this world. Governor-General Yeater responded with the issuance of Circular No. 33 designating the first Monday of every December as Mother’s Day. The then Bureau of Education was designated as the agency in charge of the national celebration. When the Philippine Commonwealth Government was proclaimed, President Manuel L. Quezon also issued a presidential proclamation declaring the first Monday of December as Mother’s Day. Then President Ferdinand Marcos issued Presidential Proclamation No. 2037 in 1980, declaring the first Monday of December as Mother’s Day. During the term of President Corazon Aquino, however […] she issued Proclamation No. 266 declaring the first Sunday of May as Mother’s Day, thereby changing the Filipino tradition of Mother’s Day. […] What the article forgot to mention is that this tradition was revived by President Joseph Ejercito Estrada through Proclamation No. 58, s. 1998. He amended Proclamation No. 266, s. 1988, changing the Mother’s Day and Father’s Day celebration from the second Sunday of May and third Sunday of June, respectively, to the first Monday of December. [1] Source: [1] http://malacanang.gov.ph/74663-the-first-monday-of-december-is-mothers-day-and-fathers-day/