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Expected Outcomes:

A. Knowledge of the pioneer public high school


papers in the Philippines and their dates of birth
B. Acquaintance with the first noted circulars
issued by the Bureau of Public Schools that
regulated the putting out of the early high school
papers.
C. Familiarity with the history of high school
papers in the City Schools of Manila
D. Knowledge of the formal introduction of
journalism in the City High Schools of Manila
and of the publication of the first bilingual
course of study.
THE BIRTH OF HIGH SCHOOL
PAPERS IN THE COUNTRY

 CITY SCHOOLS OF MANILA


 released six (6) issues a year/ one for every
grading period (selected staff members in
elementary and high schools)
THE BIRTH OF HIGH SCHOOL
PAPERS IN THE COUNTRY

 Manila High School (first)


 Araullo High School
 editor: Carlos P. Romulo
 The Coconut (mimeographed student
paper) S.Y. 1911 - 1912
THE BIRTH OF HIGH SCHOOL
PAPERS IN THE COUNTRY

 La Union Tab
 first regularly issued printed high
school paper
La Union High School
 published: 1923
THE BIRTH OF HIGH SCHOOL
PAPERS IN THE COUNTRY
• The Pampangan, Pampanga High School
1925 • The Leytean, Leyte High School

• The Rizalian, Rizal High School


1926

• The Coconut, Tayabas High School


1927 • The Volcano, Batangas
THE BIRTH OF HIGH SCHOOL
PAPERS IN THE COUNTRY
• The Toil, La Union Trade School
1928 • The Samarinian, Samar High School

• The Melting Pot, Tarlac High School


1929 • The Granary, Nueva Ecija High School

• The Torres Torch, Torres High School (Manila)


1930 • The Cagayan Chronicle, Cagayan High School

• more school papers both elementary and high


2004-2005 school have greatly increased
THE BIRTH OF HIGH SCHOOL
PAPERS IN THE COUNTRY

Circular Letter No. 24, s. 1929


 first significant regulation in putting
out school papers
 issued by Bureau of Education
(Department of Education) set down
req. based on the Service Manual
 signed: Director Luther B. Bewley
THE BIRTH OF HIGH SCHOOL
PAPERS IN THE COUNTRY

 October 22, 1945


 Acting Executive Officer John H.
Mcbride Jr.(Dept. of Instruction and
Information) sent letters to all division
superintendents
 states: “school papers should consist
articles treating school activities”
The Birth of Manila City Schools
Newspapers
• The Coconut, Manila High School (Araullo High School)
S.Y. 1911-
1912
• Mimeographed paper – Carlos P. Romulo

• The Torres Torch, Torres High School (Manila)


1930 • The Cagayan Chronicle, Cagayan High School

• The Mapazette, Mapa High School: Ang Gabay, 1946


1940 (Sept)

• The Chronicler, Arellano High School: Ang Tambuli, Nov


1940 (Nov) 194
The Birth of Manila City Schools
Newspapers
• The Power, EARIST: Ang Lakas
1946

• The Torres Torch, Torres High School (Manila)


1946 • The Cagayan Chronicle, Cagayan High School

• The Gazette. Abad Santos High School: Ang Tinig,


1947 (Sept.) June 1957

• The Evening Progress, EARIST


1954 (July)
The Birth of Manila City Schools
Newspapers
• The Wheel, Roxas High School: Ang Gulong, 1964
1958(JUNE)

1958
• The Molave, Villamor High School: Ang Mulawin, July 1958
(JULY-AUG)

• Gov. Forbes Newsletter, later renamed The Blue and


1958
White, Magsaysay High School:Ang Silahis, Aug-Oct. 1958
(Aug-Oct)

• The Scroll, later renamed The Quezonian, Quezon High


1958 (Sep. 9) School; Ang Landas, Nov. 1958
The Birth of Manila City Schools
Newspapers
• The Quill, later renamed The Avacenan, Avacenan High School: Ang Bikang
Liwayway
1959 • MHS Newsette, Manila High School; Ang Binhi, 1959

• The Shield, Soliman High School: Ang Pannggalang, later renamed Ang
1962 (July)
Kalasag

• The Newsletter, later renamed The Counselor, Alonzo High School: Ang
Mith, later renamed The Clarion
1962 • The Rectorian, Recto High School: Ang Diwa, March 7, 1963

• The Gold Reed, Quirino High School: Ang Tanglaw, later renamed Ang
1963(March Gintong Panitik
22)
The Birth of Manila City Schools
Newspapers
• The New Horizons, Osmena High School: Ang Bulalakaw, July
1963 1963
(Feb-March)

1963 (March
• The Barangay, Lakandula High School: Ang Barangay, 1964
13)

• The Boys Town Newsette, later renamed Ang Sandigan, Boys


1963 Town High School (now Valeriano E. Fugoso Memorial School)
(Nov)

• The Nucleus, Manila Science High School: Ang Ubod, 1963


1963
The Birth of Manila City Schools
Newspapers
• The Sampaguita, later renamed Ang Batis , July
1964
(July 11)
1966, Dela Fuente High School

• The Pioneer, Aguinaldo High School: Ang Usbong


1966 1966

• The Newsette, later renamed The Sail , Nolasco


1967 (Jan.) High School: JN Sagisag, later renamed Ang Layag

• The Paez Echo, Paez Integrated School: Ang


1967 Pahatid
The Birth of Manila City Schools
Newspapers
•School papers
both in
elementary and
high schools have
2004 greatly increased
FORMAL INTRODUCTION OF
JOURNALISM
S.Y. 1911 – 1912
 the first publication of school paper
in the City Schools of Manila
 1952
 formal classroom instruction of
journalism in high school
Mrs. Sarah England
FORMAL INTRODUCTION OF
JOURNALISM
1952
 formal classroom instruction of journalism in high
school
Mrs. Sarah England (American English Teacher at
Mapa High School) – successful experiment with the
teaching of journalism
FOUR EXISTING HIGH SCHOOL
(Araullo High School, Torres High School, Arellano
High School, and Abad Santos High School) – offered
as vocational subject with daily double period
FORMAL INTRODUCTION OF
JOURNALISM
 1964
 Mrs. Clehenia San Juan (Department Head of English –
Araullo High School) – appointed as JOURNALISM
SUPERVISOR
 IMPLEMENTATION OF 2-2 PLAN IN HIGHS
SCHOOLS
Journalism
 Second yr. – Vocational Subject
 Third yr. - Optional Subject
 Fourth yr. - Elective college preparatory course
FORMAL INTRODUCTION OF
JOURNALISM
 Journalism Classes are
trained to write types of
news
 Feature stories Critical Reports
Interviews
Interpretative
Speech reports
Depth News
Editorials and
Development News
Editorial Column
Other journalistic
Sports Stories
writing
Assignment
Make a timeline of the history of
journalism in a long bondpaper
(PRINTED and a Group of 5 members
each timeline)
To be submitted on June 24 – Monday.
Write the names of the members in the
cover page. Put it in a long white folder.