Class suspensions – July 30, 2012

July 31 2012 – no classes?: No class suspensions have been announced for today, July 31, 2012.

(As of 11 AM:) The following cities and universities are now confirmed to have suspended classes:

    • San Juan (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools)
    • Quezon City (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools)
    • Navotas (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools)
    • Manila (Pre-school to High School)
    • Pasay (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools)
    • Malabon (Malabon Elementary School and Malabon High School)
    • Mandaluyong (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools)
    • Pasig (All Levels)
    • Makati (All Levels)
    • Marikina (Pre-school to High School)
    • Muntinlupa (All levels)
    • Taguig (Preperatory to High School, Public and Private)
    • Valenzuela City (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools)
    • Parañaque (All Levels)
    • Caloocan City
    • Las Piñas City
    • Pateros (morning classes)

    Monday classes in the following areas outside Metro Manila were also suspended:

    • Laguna (all levels)
    • Nueva Ecija (all levels)
    • Malolos City, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
    • Bulacan, Bulacan
    • Marilao, Bulacan (preschool to elementary)
    • Obando, Bulacan (all levels)
    • Meycauayan, Bulacan
    • Antipolo City, Rizal (all levels)
    • Montalban, Rizal
    • Angono, Rizal
    • Teresa, Rizal
    • Morong, Rizal
    • Montalban, Rizal (all levels)
    • Tanay, Rizal
    • Cainta, Rizal (all levels)
    • Taytay, Rizal
    • Rodriguez, Rizal (all levels)
    • Dasmariñas, Cavite (Pre-school to High School, Private and Public Schools)
    • Hagonoy, Bulacan
    • Laurel, Batangas
    • Ibaan, Batangas
    • Bacoor, Cavite
    • Baliwag, Bulacan
    • Bacoor City, Cavite (Pre-school to Elementary)
    • Carmona, Cavite
    • Magallanes, Cavite (all levels)
    • Kawit, Cavite
    • Naic, Cavite (all levels)
    • Rosario, Cavite (Pre-school to High School)
    • Talisay, Batangas (preschool to elementary)
    • Tuy, Batangas (all levels)
    • Ternate, Cavite
    • Alitagtag, Batangas
    • Plaridel, Bulacan
    • Paombong, Bulacan
    • Balayan, Taal, Lian, San Pascual, and Balete, Batangas (preschool to high school)
    • Sasmuan, Pampanga
    • Balagtas, Bulacan
    • Batangas City
    • Imus, Cavite
    • Agoncillo, Batangas
    • Calaca, Batangas
    • Lipa City, Batangas
    • Cuenca, Batangas
    • Maragondon, Cavite
    • Noveleta, Cavite
    • Mataas Na Kahoy, Batangas
    • Bocaue, Bulacan
    • Tanza, Cavite

    Meanwhile, the following tertiary institutions have suspended classes:

    • University of Santo Tomas (all levels)
    • Colegio de San Juan de Letran (all levels)
    • Far Eastern University (all levels)
    • University of Asia and the Pacific (work also suspended)
    • Taguig City University
    • Polytechnic University of the Philippines campuses in Metro Manila (work also suspended)
    • St Paul University, Quezon City
    • Philippine School of Business Administration, Manila
    • Technological Institute of the Philippines
    • De La Salle University Taft, Makati, Ortigas, and Dasmariñas campuses
    • National University
    • City College of Manila
    • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
    • DLSU-College of Saint Benilde (work also suspended)
    • University of the East Manila and Caloocan campuses
    • Centro Escolar University (all campuses)
    • San Sebastian College – Recoletos
    • Our Lady of Fatima University
    • University of the Philippines Manila
    • St Scholastica’s College Manila
    • Arellano University (all campuses)
    • Lyceum of the Philippines, Manila and Cavite campuses
    • Rizal Technological University
    • Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology
    • STI College (Recto, Novaliches)
    • University of the Philippines Diliman (8am to 1pm; classes resume 1pm)
    • University of the Philippines Los Baños
    • University of Perpetual Help in Las Piñas, Molino, and Calamba
    • St Mary’s College (work also suspended)
    • San Beda College (Manila, Rizal campuses)
    • Miriam College
    • FTI College Marikina
    • Arellano University
    • Asia Paciic College
    • New Era University

PS: This blog post will be updated as soon as new information becomes available.

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22 thoughts on “Class suspensions – July 30, 2012

  1. Paano naman ang sa Manila? :Lagi na lang may pasok sa EAC until pag dating ng mga students dun eh wala pala kaming dadatnang classes… Sayang ang pera at oras… (As if kasama ako sa matitinong “type” ng students… Wahahaha) Pero I’m just after safety kasi minsan pupunta kami ng EAC para lang makita ang ilog UN na umaalon…

      1. Just heard earlier na nagdeclare na (Finally) ang EAC and most of the schools and colleges in Manila… Only Mapua is being too epic…

  2. So, why on earth did you go here? It’s not like I coerced you to do so. And as regards your second point: yes, I do get some information from media outlets with proper attribution. You may leave now.

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