De La Salle John Bosco College

De La Salle John Bosco College

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The De La Salle John Bosco College (DLSJBC) is a Lasallian district school and an affiliate of the PAASCU located in Mangagoy, Bislig City, Surigao del Sur in the Philippines. It was established in 1963 by the Don Bosco Fathers, the administration and supervision of which was formally turned over to the De La Salle Brothers in 1977.

Brief history

DLSJBC founded in the mid 50's as the Bislig Bay Elementary School was established exclusively for the dependents of the Bislig Bay Lumber Incorporated (the forerunners of the Paper Industries Corporation of the Philippines or PICOP, one of the biggest papermill companies in entire Asia at that time). In 1961, the company turned over the management of the school to Fr. Alberto Grol, then-parish priest of Brgy. Mangagoy, Bislig City after the permission of Msgr. Charles Van den Ouewelant. Fr. Grol then converted the Bislig Bay Elementary School into a parochial school that allowed access of non-company dependents.

Later on in the years 1962-63, the parochial school was converted into an elementary school for girls under the name St. Margaret Mary school managed by the Augustian Recollect Missionary Sisters (ARM). Fr. Grol then envisioned the establishment of a school for boys with the blessing of the Bishop and the financial assistance of Don Andres Soriano (co-owner of BBLI) who readily gave up the idea on condition the proposed boys' high school be put up in Mangagoy where the BBLI of the Andres Soriano Corporation was located....
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