The Second Philippine International School in Riyadh was built out of love and concern for our countrymen who have been working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It is the inner impetus of the school management to establish an institution that will produce graduates who are competitive in this modern world. As chairman of the governing board, I can vindicate that the success on the establishment of this institution rests upon the committed and hard-working people that we hired locally and in Manila. I make it a point that our clienteles are served to the best of our knowledge and abilities. The management always lives up to the expectation of our parents. We are committed in delivering standard education for the sake of our precious possession who is none other than our children. It is also our strong conviction that we are duty bound to God in giving much care and devotion to our children. We certainly hope that in our own little way, we will be able to achieve the vision of our school to our learners i.e. to make disciplined, God loving, nationalistic, enlightened, self reliant and productive citizens who are worthy and of great value to our society. A million thanks to our parents for their continued support and collaborative effort you have extended in making the Second Philippine International School( SPIS ) as the school of the champions.
Mrs. Marilyn R. Fredeluces
Chairman, SPIS Governing Board
Message of the Chairman, Finance Committee
It is certainly very surprising to see the influx of students who are enrolling at the Second Philippine International School.
There has been a tremendous upsurge of its enrollees since its establishment. This is an indeed an indication of the kind of service we deliver to our countrymen seeking for excellent education. Our school offers the modern equipment and facilities necessary for the students’ development. You will be delighted to know that there is a large variety of useful and effective educational materials, aids, and resources provided by their creative teachers.
In addition, our school does not only have non projected materials for instruction but also there’s an array of instructional tools available for use in teaching. This equipment includes projectors of various sorts, computers, sound recorders, video recorders, and cameras which are accessible for students to cope with the latest trends in technology.
Nonetheless, we make it a point that our mentors are also well equipped with the abovementioned tools. We implement the non traditional way of teaching the students. We have hired competent and qualified teachers from Manila who can impart the finest if not the most excellent learning that our students certainly deserve. We will be resolute with our commitment to the Filipino people to value education above other things. There should be a resounding voice that SPIS is true to its dedication to uphold the highest instruction in the land.
Mrs. Marylou R.Rosca
Chairman, Finance Committee