Archdiocesan School of San Fabian

A Catholic School of the Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan

About ASSF

The ASSF with the newly constructed second floor classrooms and facade of the administration building

The ASSF with the newly constructed second floor classrooms and facade of the administration building

The Archdiocesan School of San Fabian is a Catholic school of the Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan. It is a parochial school of the Parish of St. Fabian, Pope and Martyr.

The Archdiocesan School of San Fabian is offering complete and full Pre-Elementary, Elementary and High School studies. It is bringing with her 35 years of formational experience. The Archdiocesan School of San Fabian was founded in 1969. Throughout these years, ASSF has been consistent in her mission and vision in forming our students become true and better Catholic Christians.

The Archdiocesan School of San Fabian has competent and dedicated faculty and staff. In being true to her mission, the ASSF has acquired the V-SAT technology as it inter-connects with the world through the internet. Classes are integrated with this interconnectivity enhancing wider and more in-depth analysis of the subject matter.

MISSION STATEMENT

The Archdiocesan School of San Fabian is a Catholic School of the Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan that is committed to the formation of the whole person centered on Jesus Christ through creative, relevant and enabling Catholic Education, which upholds the development of the students’ spiritual, moral, physical and intellectual faculties thereby making them true and faithful disciples of Christ and witnesses of the Gospel in the world, while promoting the enrichment and preservation of Filipino heritage and good values that will make them free and responsible citizens of the country.
VISION

The Archdiocesan School of San Fabian is seen as a community in progress, at once a place of evangelization and of comprehensive Catholic formation, which seeks to be at the service of the Church and society as a whole; where interaction and collaboration of its various components: students, parents, teachers and staff, are given importance; where it affords the opportunity to meet young people in an environment which favors their Christian formation.

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