This institution offers Senior High School (SHS) education, which typically includes grades 11 and 12, and it also provides eight undergraduate programs. Undergraduate programs are typically bachelor’s degree programs in various fields of study, such as business, science, arts, or engineering.
Colegio de San Antonio de Padua (CSAP) believes that diverse learners can best develop their fullest potentials within a stimulating, supportive and interactive environment through a viable curriculum driven by Christian values; thereby, leading them to face life in the real world
Envisioned by the late Ramon, “Mano Amon” Durano Sr., the establishment of Colegio de San Antonio de Padua (CSAP) came to fruition on September 4, 2003.
The seal of Colegio de San Antonio de Padua is a symbol of the pledge manifested in its vision, mission, goals, and core values. The shape is a circle like the sun, full of vitality, which represents life and burning aspirations achieving the desired goal.
We believe that education should take into account everything students experience during each moment of their time at school.
At CSAP we see the curriculum as something that embraces more or less everything that a boy does. You may ask why we see the curriculum that way. For many schools, the curriculum is just the academic part of what a boy studies. But that really doesn’t do justice to what an education is.