1. TORCH – Light in Education

2. BOOK – Knowledge
       “Men Sana En Corpore Sano”(Sound Mind in a Sound Body)

3. LAUREL – Victory
       21 leaves – Moving forward and Achieving the goals in 21st century
       2 sides – balance

4. 2 stars
       Educators (Shining, reaching and aiming high)

5. CORRUGATED SIDES – continuity
       Continuous process of learning

6. CIRCLE – (Inner and Outer) – equality and fairness regardless of whatever socio-economic status the learners and the people in the community have.

       Inner Circle – CORE where the SVNHS stands.

7. BLUE-GREEN – Prosperity/Life/Nature –“Preserve Mother Earth” through the        Educational System of SVNHS, we are hoping to be able to meet our goal of preserving the mother Earth in which the details are being represented in LOGO.

8. LIGHT RAYS – Barangays in the District of San Francisco where zoning of students are required.


San Vicente National High School is a performing school with complete learning facilities, materials and equipments achieving 75% MPS on academic performances through competent and efficient educators, producing productive and responsive learners.


To provide quality education through the acquisition of functional learning facilities, materials and equipments with the assistance of the stakeholders, to harness the educators in attending training and continuous studies, to improve the academic performances of the learners under a value driven teaching-learning environment.

San Vicente National High School Committee

Cristeta S. Uy

A.   History of the School

       San Vicente National High School (formerly known as San Pablo City National High School-San Vicente Annex) was first an extension of San Pablo City National High School located in the city proper. Barangay High Schools came into picture to remedy the growing number of high school students in the locality of San Pablo and to address the constitutional right of every child for a formal quality education.

       In the School Year 2002, four hardworking and dedicated faculty members namely: Mrs. Emelia P. Crescini, Mr. Christopher A. Platero, Ms. Joyce D. Santino and Mrs. Adora I.Paulino who also acted as Teacher Leader, pioneered the said school. They accepted the remarkable first batch of enrollees which was composed of 238 students, which compose of 137 All of them were residents of Barangay San Vicente, and other neighboring barangays such as San Antonio 1 and 2, Sta, Ana, Sta.Cruz, San Ignacio and San Joaquin. Classes were held at San Vicente Elementary School Covered Court wherein they built four rooms made of plywood. The construction of a 2- storey building housing 4 classrooms and a 3- classroom building in the almost one hectare government lot was started in July, 2003 and ended on October of the same year.

       San Vicente National High School had its first batch of graduates in March,2006. There were 70 male and 62 female hopeful students who went up on stage to receive their diplomas.

       Today, SVNHS has a well-developed school system. It has now thirteen classrooms and a computer laboratory with ten computer units enabling the students to achieve a much higher educational achievement. Nineteen competent and diligent mentors comprise the faculty force initiating the present enrolment of seven hundred students to become a responsible members of their community.

       Truly, SVNHS is soaring high in greater heights and will be an arm to achieve formal and quality education to the Filipino youth.

B.   Community Profile

       Barangay San Vicente is situated along Maharlika Highway, south of the city proper. It is bounded to the east by Brgy. Sta. Cruz, Putol, west by Brgy. Sta. Ana. South by Brgy. San Antonio I and at the north by Brgy. San Ignacio. The whole barrio has a sprawling area of 125 hectares with the Kasay-an River to the south as border and San Ignacio to the north.

       Several establishment are already flourishing although farming coconut, fruits, and vegetables are still the primary sources of livelihood of the people. The people are also into livestock and poultry raising.

       The socio-economic status of the area is considered well. Presently, the people in the community are in the midst of achieving progress and prosperity thru agro-modernization and industrialization. Several industrial establishments like Vitarich Corporation, Stalder Pharmaceutical Laboratories Inc., RSZA Enterprises (Oil Factory), 12 Garments Factory, Escaba Sweets, Voltarey Corp. (B-Meg Satellite) and 3-J Corp. provide needed source of income to the residents and help boost the economy of the place.

  • Land: Area: 125 hectares.
    Location/Boundary: Upland
    Topography: Plain

  • People: Population (2005 est.): 2850.
    Number of Household: 581

  • Economy:
        Labor distribution:
           Employment in gov’t/Private agencies-13%
           Farming -20%
           Self-employed/business – 7%.
           Overseas contract workers-27%.
           Professional -33%

  • Education Literacy:
        71% of adult population Schools:
           Elementary -1
                  Secondary – 1 Total no. of children enrolled: 810

  • Transport facilities: Bus, jeepney, tricycle.

  • Family Size: Average: 5-7 members.

  • Health:
         Source of drinking water supply:
            Artesian wells – 17
           Deepwells – 33% Water works system – 50%

  • Dwelling units:
           Nipa/Bamboo – 25%
           Concrete – 5%
           Semi – Concrete 10%
           Wood – 15%
           Barong-barong – 20%
           Others – 25%

  • Main Source of Income:
           Share from Real State Tax – 5%
           Share from Development Fund – 5%
           Business and other taxes – 87%
           Others – 3%