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school history
Metamorphosis of Binangonan Catholic College
year 1949
BCHS held its first commencement exercise with six graduates.
1950
Father Kieran White and Miss Bibiana Piguing became the director and principal, respectively.
1953 - 1970
Father Kieran White remained in his post until a new assignment was given him in 1970.
1973 - 1977
Columban priests left the school and the parish and turned over the stewardship of the school and parish to secular priests particularly to Fr. Arsenio Bautista who held the distinction of being the first Filipino priest in the town after the Columban fathers had left.
1980 - 1987
Msgr. Mariano T. Balbago Jr took over and made the initiative to put up an elementary school which came to be known as the Sta. Ursula Parish School. It became operational in 1984 and Miss Luz B. Flora was hired as the principal.
1992 - 1996
Father Bienvenido Guevarra had his turn to become director and became easily a popular priest both in the school and parish. He was noted for introducing the idea of transparency in school as well as in parish. Under his administration a two-storey building was constructed which was later called HCM Building was named in honor of Ms. Herminia C. Mañez, a former principal.
1999 - 2000
Fr. Felipe Pedraja became the director. It was also in 2000 that CHED granted approval for the school to operate as a college, hence BCHS was changed to BINANGONAN CATHOLIC COLLEGE. With approval, Father Pedraja’s position title was changed to President.
2006
Fr. Paquito G. Gallego, the Superintended of MAPSA Schools was appointed as College President. He likewise, took the initiative to formally adopt Sta. Ursula Parish School as Binangonan Catholic College Elementary Department, effective SY 2007-2008.

Academic Coordinators were appointed, Ms. Lulu M. Ocampo in Early Childhood Education, Mrs. Marites J. Cerezola in Elementary Department and Mrs. Delia N. Cerda in High School Department. Ms. Bella C. Lirio is the newly-appointed High School Academic Coordinator replacing the retired Academic Coordinator. Mrs. Imelda A. Miguel was appointed Vice President and later became the Chief Executive Officer up to the present.














july 1, 2013
The Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Most Rev. Gabriel V. Reyes D.D., endorsed during the Special Management Committe Meeting the appointment of Rev. Msgr. Arnel F. Lagarejos, SThd as BCC OIC President in view of the health condition of Rev. Fr. Paquito G. Gallego


october 24, 1949
Government finally and formally granted recognition to BCHS. Father M. Strong was the first director and Miss Consolacion Ferrer its first principal.
1950 - 1953
With Father Kieran White as director, Miss Herminia C. Mañez was appointed principal to succeed Miss Bibiana Piguing.
1970 - 1973
Father Victor Gaboury took over and stayed in the position until 1973.
1977 - 1980
Msgr. Severino Casas served his term for three years.
1987 - 1992
Msgr. Alfredo Sta. Ana succeeded Msgr. Mariano Balbago. His advocacy included helping the marginalized and saving the Laguna Lake.
1996 - 1999
Rev. Father Rosalio Olaybal was assigned director. In his term, Miss Luz B. Flora retired from Sta. Ursula Parish School and she was replaced by Mrs. Flordeliza G. Apostadero. In BCHS, Mrs. Imelda A. Miguel replaced Miss Herminia C. Mañez as principal.
2001 - 2006
Fr. Gerard Joaquin V. Masangya served as President. Under his term, an additional floor was added to the HCM Building. The covered court was also built and the Speech Laboratory. He also made improvements on the Computer Laboratory. Because Father Masangya understood the plight of the faculty and employees, he made available the Home Improvement and Livelihood Fund (HILF)
2008
In June 2008, the old annex building was demolished and in its place raised the four-storey St. Paul Building which housed the Library, the Showroom and the Audio-Visual Room. In addition, the school was able to purchase plot of land for the Elementary Department.
2009-2011
Binangonan Catholic College now offers CHED recognized programs like Bachelor of Science in Office Administration, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Associate in Computer Technology and Associate in Computer Secretarial.
The CHED approved the application of BCC to offer additional courses namely; Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSE), Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEE).


vision
statement
BINANGONAN CATHOLIC COLLEGE
is a family that searches for truth to integrally transform communities for service to God and country.
mission
statement
With the patronage of Sta. Ursula,
we commit ourselves to be the servant leaders of reputable Catholic educational institution through creative Christ-centered programs and services that will enhance the holistic development of empowered communities.




philosophy
A BCC student is one who:
  • believes that God is the center and goal of his life
  • possesses sufficient knowledge of moral and religious truths and practices
  • realize the value of service to others
  • shows refinement in bearing, language and manners befitting a young lady and a gentleman
  • manifests self-discipline and endurance in day-to-day living and is diligent and persevering in his work and studies
  • leads the community in an economically productive and effective manner
  • uses basic skills and academic preparation to gain employment for honest living
  • cultivates the art of research and scientific skills through inquiry; experiments and open-mindedness
  • contributes the best of what he is and what he can do for God and country
school logo
Binangonan Catholic College School Seal
THE CROSS
- The cross symbolizes God who is at the center of our life as a catholic institution We should put Him first in everything that we do, thus, reminding us that God is the source of all knowledge.
THE BOOK
- Signifies wisdom and knowledge that tells us the importance of education, which is considered a lifetime process; therefore we should not lose the desire to learn.
THE IGNITED LAMP
- Constantly reminds us that we should always keep the flame of love burning in our hearts.
THE CIRCULAR LINES
- Stand for the school’s commitment to a continuous process of integral development as represented by the outer wavy lines.
SIXTEEN RAYS
- Represent the institutional values that we need to inculcate for the holistic development of individuals to realize the school’s flagship, “Pro Deo, Et Patria” which means: “For God and for Country.”
core values
The BCC adheres to the following organizational core values The MAPSA advocates.
INTEGRAL FORMATION

Fellowship
  • sense of communication and belongingness
  • unity in diversity
  • Eucharist as the core and the sacrament of love and unity

Discipline
  • know, love and serve the Lord
  • constant faithfulness to follow Christ
  • advocacy of Church teaching

Total Development
  • development of the total person, respect, love, academic excellence, social responsibility, competence, entrepreneurship, global orientation
  • development in the context of national goals and socio-cultural imperatives
  • development towards the family of God

Quality and Excellence
  • equity of access, especially for the poor
  • harmony of process and performance
  • focused concern for learning, growth and development
  • systematic empowerment of the human person achieve the best
  • accreditation of schools, school program
ALLIANCE

Solidarity
  • twinning and clustering between and among schools in the system
  • partnership with parish, local government, international institutions
  • adherence and fidelity to MAPSA norms and policies
  • membership in local and international professional associations
  • supportive of educational efforts of external

Organizations
  • obedience to rules and regulations promulgated by the DepEd and SEC
LEADERSHIP

Stewardship
  • fidelity to the use of institutional resources, talents and treasures transparency of the principles of subsidiary and fraternal correction in managing human resources

Dynamism
  • creative leadership
  • openness to innovation and change
  • enthusiasm and optimistic view of reality
  • concern for continuing and sustained renewal

Team Building
  • recognizing the gifts and talents of others
  • sharing and delegation of decision-making/responsibilities persons in the organization
  • continuous training and formation
  • observing due process as step towards sanctions
SERVICE

Love or Preference
  • sense of solidarity with the less for the Poor fortunate
  • compassion towards the suffering - - self-sacrificing in favor of the common good, especially the poor- - - helping without counting the cost

Social Equity and Justice
  • giving what is due to persons
  • exercising fairness and objective treatment of issues
  • assuring personnel the protection of their rights and freedom in the workplace
  • advocating for social justice at all times
profile of an
ideal bcc student
A BCC student is one who:
  • believes that God is the center and goal of his life
  • possesses sufficient knowledge of moral and religious truths and practices
  • realize the value of service to others
  • shows refinement in bearing, language and manners befitting a young lady and a gentleman
  • manifests self-discipline and endurance in day-to-day living and is diligent and persevering in his work and studies
  • leads the community in an economically productive and effective manner
  • uses basic skills and academic preparation to gain employment for honest living
  • cultivates the art of research and scientific skills through inquiry; experiments and open-mindedness
  • contributes the best of what he is and what he can do for God and country
hail alma mater dear
    Beloved Alma Mater we hail you with gratitude
    Keeping love within our hearts in serving God thru Thee
    We ask the Lord to keep you embraced in strength to be
    O Hail our Alma Mater torch of light and unity

    The joys be us forever
    That we may search together
    Hoping we would never
    meet tears through the years

    We hope to see a new day
    To seek the right and true way
    To find that we will never
    Live without any fear

    Beloved Alma Mater we hail you with gratitude
    Keeping love within our hearts in serving God thru Thee
    We ask the Lord to keep you embraced in strength to be
    O Hail our Alma Mater torch of light and unity

    O Hail our Alma Mater torch of light of unity
    O Hail Alma Mater Hail! O Hail!


bcc march
Music by: Carlito F. Gonzales
Lyrics by: Conrado M. Perez
    Go, BCC, onward,
    Armored by our faith
    Shielded by our love
    Bridge time and tide with such a courage
    With the light of truth
    Shed by the Lord above.
    Your students conquer the evil
    Bred by ignorance, indolence and pride
    With fervor shape up the future
    As your conscience will be your guiding light.

    Fill up this world with peace and glory
    Spread all the love God gave to men
    Give to the world God’s greatest story
    Go BCC!

    You have the world as your concession
    Stewards of men, that’s what you are
    Pave all the paths for u to follow
    Go, BCC!

    * In this battlefield of life
    You will suffer wounds and scars
    But if you are far from ease
    You are nearer to your stars
    If your soul will be sublime
    Let your body suffer pain
    You can carry all your crosses
    You can die and live again.
    (Repeat*)

Know our School

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BCC MAIN CAMPUS
  • Located at Libid, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines


Know our School

maps and directories
BINANGONAN CATHOLIC COLLEGE CAMPUS

MAIN BUILDING

The Main Building is the oldest Building that can be found in the institution. Looking at its architecture, the building was built way back when the Columban Missionaries build the Sta. Ursula Parish Church. It is the building that connects the school to the church.

Found in this Building
  • Grade 7 Class Rooms
  • Computer Laboratory 1
  • College Faculty Room
  • School Clinic
  • MIS Office
  • Science Laboratory
  • Coordinator's Room


ST. PAUL BUILDING

INTRO OR HISTORY OF THIS BUILDING.

Found in this Building
  • Second Year Class Rooms
  • TLE Room
  • Electrical Room
  • Guidance Office
  • Research, Planning and Development Office
  • Prefect of Discipline's Office
  • Faculty Rooms
  • Exhibit Room
  • High School & College Library
  • Audio Visual Room


ANNEX BUILDING

INTRO OR HISTORY OF THIS BUILDING.

Found in this Building
  • Third Year Class Rooms
  • Music Room
  • Book Store
  • Canteen


H.C. MAÑEZ BUILDING

INTRO OR HISTORY OF THIS BUILDING.

Found in this Building
  • Fourth Year Class Rooms
  • Guard House
  • Registrar's Office
  • President's Office
  • Cashier's Office
  • Human Resource Office
  • Purchasing Office
  • Computer Laboratory 2
  • Speech Laboratory
  • VP for Administration's Office


media and press
PHOTOS
  • SECONDARY
    • Nutrition Day Album

    • Poster Making Contest Album

    • Album

    • Album

VIDEOS
  • SECONDARY
    • Nutrition Day Album

    • Poster Making Contest Album

    • Album

    • Album

facilities
BUILDINGS
  • CASHIER'S OFFICE

    No grades lower than 80 in all subjects in the previous school year with general average of 93%

  • REGISTRAR'S OFFICE

    No grades lower than 80 in all subjects in the previous school year with general average of 92%

  • CEO'S OFFICE

    No grades lower than 80 in all subjects in the previous school year with general average of 92%



announcement




SCHEDULE of ENROLLMENT

April 13, 2015
ALL LEVELS

CLASSES START: JUNE 1

FOR INQUIRIES, Please Contact:

Tel. No.: 652-0098
Fax: 652-5898
E-mail: bchs_bcc1947@yahoo.com

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