Imus Institute

82 Nueno Ave. City of Imus, Cavite

Imus Institute

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• 1st INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

THE HOMECOMING 2016

WHAT'S UP @ II

VOL. 1 ISSUE # 2
JULY - AUGUST - SEPTEMBER 2015 EDITION

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    CENTENO, LEADS 5TH PGM CUP 2014

A BSA student of Imus Institute was proclaimed the champion in Level 3: Business Law, Taxation, Management A... 03/03/15

4th Interhighschool Computer Competition

    THEME: "Educating Leaders of Tomorrow"
January 20, 2015
WINNERS
PROGRAMMING Champion: Del Pilar Academy
"Stephen John Raymundo... 01/22/15

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    Apsci Season 2 - English Encounter... 01/03/15


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Office Address:

Nueno Avenue, Imus, Cavite 4103

Nueno Campus
Main 471 – 2997
HRD Office 471 – 2624
Guard House 515 – 7893
MIS Department 471 - 9853
Telefax 471 – 2555
Purchasing Department 471 – 8092

Dimasalang Campus
Principal's Office 471 – 4071
Clinic 471 – 9852
Guidance Office 471 – 9854
Email Addresses:
info@imusinstitute.edu.ph

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College Department


Tertiary schools in the Philippines are either colleges or universities, and they are generally classified either as public or private. Colleges are tertiary institutions that typically offer one or a few specialized courses, for example, in the sciences or in liberal arts, whereas Universities are tertiary institutions housing several constituent colleges or institutes, each offering academic degree programs of a particular type (i.e., college of commerce, college of law, college of dentistry, college of education, etc.).

High School Department


Secondary education in the Philippines consists of four levels. Secondary schooling is compartmentalized, meaning, each level focuses on a particular theme or content.The first year of secondary school includes five core subjects, namely, Algebra I, Integrated Science, English I, Filipino I, and Philippine History I. The second year of High school includes Algebra II, Biology, English II, Filipino II, and Asian History. The third year of secondary school includes Geometry, Chemistry, American Literature, Filipino III, World History, and Geography, and the fourth year of High school has Calculus, Trigonometry,Physics, World Literature, Filipino IV, and Economics. Other minor subjects include Health, Advanced Computer, Music, Arts, Technology and Home Economics, and Physical Education.

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