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Philippine National School Abu Dhabi




Philippine National School

Tel: 02-6413779

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Abu_Dhabi_(emirate) / إمارة_أبوظبي

Address: P.O.Box : 31874, Abu Dhabi


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Company listed before: Philippines Embassy (Tel: 02-6345664) | Company listed after: Philippine House Restaurant (Reference: 32872) (Tel: 02-6711394, 02-6716126)


Up to fifteen companies with similar names or scope of business are listed below:

  1. Alfuttaim Electronicssanyo/Toshibace/Alcatel/Philipsgsm - Alfuttaim Electronicssanyo/Toshibace/Alcatel/Philipsgsm,
  2. Embassy Of Philippines (The Republic Of The Philippines) - Embassy Of Philippines (The Republic Of The Philippines),
  3. Embassy Of Philippines (The Republic Of The Philippines) (Reference: 19598) - Embassy Of Philippines (The Republic Of The Philippines),
  4. Embassy Of Philippines (The Republic Of The Philippines) - Labour Attache - Embassy Of Philippines (The Republic Of The Philippines) - Labour Attache,
  5. Juhaina Philippine Restaurant - Juhaina Philippine Restaurant,
  6. Philip Stationery - Philip Stationery,
  7. Philipino Star Plate Fast Food - Philipino Star Plate Fast Food,
  8. Philippine Beauty Saloon - Philippine Beauty Saloon,
  9. Philippine Food Restaurant - Philippine Food Restaurant,
  10. Philippine Food Restaurant Branch - Philippine Food Restaurant Branch,
  11. Philippine Gents Saloon - Philippine Gents Saloon,
  12. Philippine House Restaurant - Philippine House Restaurant,
  13. Philippine House Restaurant (Reference: 32872) - Philippine House Restaurant,
  14. Philippine National School - Philippine National School,
  15. Philippines Embassy - Philippines Embassy,

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taida salemani, (), 25.11.2008 - 03:26
Name of School
:
Philippine School Doha
Address
:
P. O. Box Box 19664, Doha
State of Qatar
Contact Numbers
:
TN: (974)436-4148 to 49
FN: (974)436-4150
Mobile: (974)581-9367
E-mail Address
:
xanderacts@yahoo.com
Date Established
:
3-Oct-90
Start of Operations
:
Oct-92
Permit from Host Govt.:
:
942
Date of issuance
:
3-Oct-90
School Owner
:
Community-owned
No. of Enrollees
:
343 pre-school
748 elementary
369secondary
(Total)1460 students
School’s Category
:
Category I
School Website
:
www.psdqatar.com

Background
Philippine School Doha (PSD) was established in October 1992 to serve the educational needs of Filipino children residing in the State of Qatar. Its birth was the result of the combined efforts and determination of the Philippine Embassy and a handful of pioneering members of the Filipino community in Doha.As required under the laws of the Philippines, the school has been incorporated as a non-stock, non-profit educational corporation and is duly registered as the Philippine School Doha, Inc. with the Securities and Exchange Commission. As such, the school is governed by the Corporation Code and special laws and regulations of the Philippines.A special set of regulations that regulates the operation of the PSD as a private school is the Manual of Regulations for Philippine Schools Abroad, otherwise known as the MRPSA. This was drawn up by the Inter-Agency Committee (IAC) of regulatory agencies of the Philippine government, namely, the Department of Education, Department of Foreign Affairs, and the Department of Labor and Employment.The MRPSA is amplified by the PSD Manual of Norm and Policies approved by the Board of Trustees in order to manage and operate the PSD pursuant to the amended By-Laws of the school corporation.The school is also governed by Amiri Ordinance No. 7 of 1980 regarding organization of private schools in the State of Qatar and by applicable regulations of concerned local authorities. In accordance with the general provisions of the said Ordinance, PSD was given permission by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education to operate as a private school of the Filipino Community in Qatar under the patronage of the Philippine Embassy in Doha.The Department of Education granted the PSD the permit to operate on March 6, 1997, per Government Permit No. 002 s. 1997. Subsequently, on February 1, 2000, Philippine School Doha was granted recognition by the DepEd per Government Recognition No. 001 s. 2000.Todate, enrollment at the PSD has reached 1,015 in the pre-school, elementary and secondary levels.

VISION
Guided by the dictum "knowledge begets wisdom", the Philippines School Doha envisions itself to be the center of academic excellence as the first Philippine Science High School in the Middle East abreast with the dynamics and development of society, culture, Science and Technology and the arts. It also aspires to produce competent graduates with inherent values of honesty and propriety tempered with prudence and divine wisdom.

MISSION
The Philippine School Doha, a non-stock, non-profit school, has commissioned itself to provide learners optimum quality education that is attuned with the relevance of time and technology advancement under the precept of pro-God, pro-environment, pro-people and pro-nation.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
CHAIRMAN:
EDGAR V. BONDOC
VICE CHAIRMAN:
JOSEPH B. DOSADO
SECRETARY / TEACHER REPRESENTATIVE:
JOSEPH B. DOSADO
TREASURER:
JOSEPH B. DOSADO
AUDITOR:
FIDEL M. ESCUREL
PHIL. EMBASSY REPRESENTATIVE:
ROSARIO P. LEMQUE
PARENT REPRESENTATIVE:
MARIBETH L. SALANG
COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVE:
MARIBETH L. SALANG
COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVE:
RUBY SOCORRO D. SANTANDER
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
ALEXANDER S. ACOSTA