History of Aquinas School

Aquinas School is a Dominican educational institution established for the holistic formation of the young to become men of truth and compassion.

1965 unfolded a new horizon among the Spanish Dominican fathers with the founding of an exclusive school for boys. It was built on a beautifully landscaped three-hectare lot at 183 F. Blumentritt St, San Juan, Metro Manila. It was named after the brilliant saint, St. Thomas Aquinas also considered the patron saint of all catholic schools.

Alumni Launch Scholarship Program Initiatives

Scholarship grants are up for grabs starting school year 2020-2021 as the Aquinas School Alumni Association (ASAA) enumerates its activities in line with its scholarship program initiatives.

Led by ASAA President Mr. Ajun Valenzuela of Batch 1996 and Mr. Arturo De Guia of Batch 1969, who also spearheads the Aquinas to Greater Heights project, the association intends to generate funds through various events and projects such as concerts, sports tournament, among others. Read more

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Aquinians have once again proven their oral and written communication prowess after winning in the Regional Schools Press Conference [...]

Event Calendar

  • November 4
    Resumption of Classes

  • November 9
    Family Day
    Releasing of 2nd Quarter Grades

  • November 14
    Mass for All Saints

  • November 16-17
    ADONAI (Sienna College, Q.C.)

  • November 20
    Mental Health Awareness
    Awarding of 2nd Quarter Honors

  • November 30
    Bonifacio Day (No Classes)