Andres Soriano Colleges of Bislig

about ASCB

who we are

Andres Soriano Colleges of Bislig (ASCB).
In 1952, Civic Spirited Citizens formed a nucleus to establish a school named “South East Pacific Institute”. This was changed to Andres Soriano Institute in 1954, Andres Soriano Junior College in 1967, and renamed Andres Soriano Colleges, Incorporated in 1971; and finally registered with the SEC on June 17, 1971.

Classes formally started under the old wooden and nipa building of thirteen (13) classrooms, with one hundred thirty-nine (139) high school students. The school made its name with the advent of the elementary department in 1968. Due to the demands of the high school graduates within and outside of the community, collegiate courses like 2-year Secretarial Course, Bachelor of Arts (AB), Bachelor of Science in Commerce (BSC), Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (BSEEd) and the College of Forestry were opened.
Andres Soriano Colleges of Bislig (ASCB).

In 1952, Civic Spirited Citizens formed a nucleus to establish a school named “South East Pacific Institute”. This was changed to Andres Soriano Institute in 1954, Andres Soriano Junior College in 1967, and renamed Andres Soriano Colleges, Incorporated in 1971; and finally registered with the SEC on June 17, 1971.

Andres Soriano Colleges of Bislig (ASCB).

In 1952, Civic Spirited Citizens formed a nucleus to establish a school named “South East Pacific Institute”. This was changed to Andres Soriano Institute in 1954, Andres Soriano Junior College in 1967, and renamed Andres Soriano Colleges, Incorporated in 1971; and finally registered with the SEC on June 17, 1971.

Classes formally started under the old wooden and nipa building of thirteen (13) classrooms, with one hundred thirty-nine (139) high school students. The school made its name with the advent of the elementary department in 1968. Due to the demands of the high school graduates within and outside of the community, collegiate courses like 2-year Secretarial Course, Bachelor of Arts (AB), Bachelor of Science in Commerce (BSC), Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (BSEEd) and the College of Forestry were opened.

As an offshoot of its growing population, a two-storey L-shaped building was constructed.  The typing laboratory and the speech laboratory were improved.  In 1982, the Graduate School was opened to address the demand for a formal course in higher studies among professionals in both private and public schools.

A progressive type two-storey concrete building was built, housing the College Library, Audio-Visual Room, Air conditioned Computer Rooms/Laboratories were stationed.  Eventually, the College of Computer Science and Bachelor in Accountancy added attraction to the school, Associate and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) and the latest addition Bachelor in Information Technology and Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology, and TESDA short-term courses.

Effective, December 2012, the school was renamed as Andres Soriano Colleges of Bislig (ASCB). However, on July 19, 2014 a tragic incident happened in ASCB, due to the conflagration that razed the L-shape building with all the facilities and equipment to the ground. Because of the commitment and concerted effort, dedication and commitment of faithful leaders, incorporators, teachers, students, parents and stakeholders, Andres Soriano Colleges of Bislig was rehabilitated and rebuilt to fulfill its vision and mission.

After a year a two-story 12-classroom building was constructed followed by a three-story 18-classroom building occupied by the Senior High School. On the academic aspects additional courses in Bachelor of Science in Criminology (BSCrim), Bachelor in Science in Information System (BSIS), a two-year course in Hotel Restaurant and Management (HRM) and additional program in TESDA were offered.

ASCB continues to deliver quality education through good leadership and management with certified standards in curriculum and instructions, as well as practice creativity, integrity and prudence.

what we offer

OFFERS THE FOLLOWING COURSES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021

" Pre-School , Complete Elementary(English Instruction) , Junior High School , Senior High School , College "

DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, TEACHER EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Arts (AB)
    • Major in:
      • English
      • Social Studies
      • Math
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education 
    • Major in:
      • English
      • Social Studies
      • Math
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education 

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
    • Major in:
      • Financial Management
      • Human Resource Development Management
      • Marketing Management

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
  • Associate in Computer Technology (2 years)

DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Science in Criminology

TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

  • Computer System Servicing
  • Food and Beverages Services (FBS NC II & NC III)
  • Housekeeping (NC II)
  • Driving NC II
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW NC II)
  • Cookery NC II
  • Bookkeeping NC III
  • 2-Year Hotel and Restaurant Management

MASTER OF ARTS  IN EDUCATION (MAED)

  • Major in: Educational Management

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  1. High School Report Card/Original Form 138
  2. Certificate of Good Moral Character signed by the Principal
  3. Birth Certificate authenticated by the NSO
Contact Person:
DARYLL LOUIE T. LAFUENTE – Elementary Principal – 0907-403-6635
EDEN B. NARVASA – Junior High School Principal – 0919-779-2749
ANREY G. ANTIQUINA – Senior High School Principal – (086) 853-2306
REBECCA P. CAPONONG – College/Graduate School Registrar – (086) 853-2306

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