Institutional Objective

The graduate of Colegio de Santa Ana must be a true Christian committed to be a living example of Christian values, attitudes and outlook manifested in service in the context of this cultural heritage.


Colegio de Santa Ana is a Catholic Educational institution in Taguig City, Metro Manila, established by the late Rt. Rev. Msgr. Augurio I. Juta, HP, in 1980. Its students are residents of Taguig and its neighboring barrios. They come from mixed socio-economic status, with a strong desire to attain good Christian Education which is offered in CDSA's K-12 levels.

As a Catholic School, CDSA seeks to:

The school bears in mind the Church's Philosophy of Education as expressed in Vatican II *:

"...a true education aims at the formation of human person in the pursuit of his ultimate end, the good societies of which he is a member and in whose obligations as an adult he will share."

As a Filipino School, CDSA adheres to the Provision **:

"...all educational institutions shall aim to inculcate love of country, teach the duties of citizenship and develop moral character, personal discipline and scientific, technological, and vocational efficiency."

As a Parochial School, CDSA dedicates herself:

Thus, Colegio de Santa Ana becomes a center formation in the parish where the young are steeped in virtues characteristic of an educated Christian, Catholic Filipino whose FAITH is a reality in his everyday life.

In pursing this mission, the school community aims to:

* Declaration on Christian Education - The Meaning of the Universal Right to an Education

** 1987 Philippine Constitution, Article XIV


Nursery and Kindergarten

-  Requires a minimum of 15 enrollees to continue.

Grade 1 - 6

Grades 7 - 10

General Academic Strand (GAS)

Accountancy, Business and Management Strand (ABM)

Humanities and Social Sciences Strand (HUMSS)

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Strand (STEM)

Due to the threat of COVID-19, the Philippine Government, by the recommendation of the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF), has prohibited physical contact and mass gatherings, including face-to-face classes. Academic Year 2020-2021 marks the very first time that Distance Learning was made available in Colegio de Santa Ana. Through the use of Online Platforms and in partnership with various Learning Management System Providers (LMS), CDSA managed to deliver quality Catholic education while creating a balance between the use of gadgets for online learning, offline activities, and self-paced learning.

Now, Distance Learning (synchronous or asynchronous) has been used for special circumstances like inclement weather and other unavoidable situations. Students will be advised when they will be having their online (synchronous) or asynchronous classes.