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Physical Education Program

(632) 4266001 local 5016/5017

(632) 4266001 local 5016/5017



Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm; Sat 8am-12nn

The Loyola Schools Physical Education Program


The Physical Education Program of the Ateneo de Manila Loyola Schools is a program committed to:
  •     the growth and excellence in the areas of service and academic programs in P.E. sports, fitness recreation, and health geared towards the total development of the individual;

  •     be respected and recognized as an authority in the department's areas of specialization; and

  •     be responsible to the needs of the country by actively contributing to the educational enhancement of professionals in the same field of specialization.


As an integral part of the Jesuit education, the Physical Education Program seeks to:
  •     enhance its services and expand its academic thrusts through various educational programs and activities geared towards the development of the individual;

  •     elevate the level of competence of the program's faculty pursuant to its desire to be recognized as a leading entity in the field of sports, physical education, fitness, recreation, and health; and

  •     make itself relevant to society by contributing to the formation and scientific education of professionals who will serve as agents of change in allied fields of specialization.

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