Name: Parañaque National High School – Don Galo

District: Congressional District I

Division: Schools Division of Parañaque

Region: National Capital Region

Mailing Address: Sta. Monica St., Don Galo, Parañaque City

Telephone Numbers: 853-53-46

An institution, particularly a school, seeks to develop itself. School administrators are looking into strategies to improve education and raise school performance.


PNHS-Don Galo Annex commits itself to provide quality education to produce graduates who are morally fit, competitive and life-long learners.


PNHS-Don Galo Annex commits itself to ,

  • provide accessible quality education
  • develop competent teaching and non-teaching staff
  • instill in every learner the desirable values and skills
  • encourage involvement of stakeholders


PNHS-Don Galo Annex aims to provide equal access to quality basic education to all high school – aged children.


We,the teaching and non-teaching staff of PNHS-Don Galo Annex, do hereby commit to the public, our clientele, a kind of service anchored on the following core values.

  D – iscipline

Shows desirable values, follows the school’s rules and regulations and has harmonious relationships among stakeholders.


Shows high regards to the rights and dignity of all persons and develops capacity for moral leadership and maintains a positive feeling of esteem among all stakeholders.


Manifests  the highest standard as seen in the performance of work.

  A- ccountability

Accepts responsibility for decisions and actions made.

  M-oral Integrity

Applies the highest set of values, practices, measures, and principles.




The school has fifty-two (52) faculty members, one (1) school nurse assistant, three (3) clerks, one (1) driver, five (5) watchmen, and three (3) utility workers.


Six (6) English teachers, six (6) Filipino teachers, seven (8) Math teachers, seven (7) Science teachers, six (6) Araling Panlipunan teachers, eight (8) T.L.E. teachers, six (6) MAPEH teachers, and five (5) Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao teachers are among the fifty- two (52) faculty members. 


One (1) of the fifty-one (52) teachers is one(1) Master Teacher II, two (2) Master Teacher I, seven (7) Teacher III, two (2) Teacher II, and thirty-nine (39) Teacher I



Before the reclamation, the major source of livelihood of the inhabitants of Barangay Don Galo came from fishing. Those living near the shoreline took advantage of the rich and abundant sea life Manila Bay offered. Today, due to the reclamation undertaken and the polluted waters of Manila Bay, only a handful of fishermen ply their trade. However, the opening of E. Aguinaldo Boulevard (Coastal Road), opened new markets and business opportunities to several enterprising people. Many put up stores and engaged in small business which enabled them to send their children to school and attain a higher degree of standard of living. Because of its proximity to Manila and business centers, the majority of the populace is now gainfully employed in big companies, factories and commercial establishments, while others are either professional, businessmen, drivers, and skilled artisans.


Barangay Don Galo is situated under Congressional District I with Hon. Eric L. Olivarez as its Representative.

The barangay is chaired by Brgy. Capt. Marilyn F. Burgos, with its barangay councilors.


Barangay Don Galo is bounded in the north by Barangay Tambo; in the south by Parañaque River (Barangay La Huerta); in the east by Parañaque River (Barangay Sto. Niño); and in the west by the reclaimed shore of Manila Bay occupied by the Marina Corporation (now called Asiaworld City).

The barangay has 23.22 hectares. It is one of the smallest barangays in terms of area and population among the sixteen (16) barangays of the City of Parañaque.


Don Galo has a total population of 9,749, 4,783 are males and 4,966 are females. There are about 2,270 households based on the 2000 census.


The residents of Barangay Don Galo show a certain degree of duration in terms of length of residence. The average length of stay being twelve (12) years, and the age of house approximately reciprocate the same number of years. Many residential structures are fully concretely built. Some are made of wood and shanty, especially those in the depressed areas.

Barangay Don Galo is accessible to the Parañaque Community Hospital. One health center exists in the area, manned by qualified and professional personnel. The funding government, the City of Parañaque, has been helping the populace of the area in all kinds of diseases by providing the health center of medicine and better sanitary facilities. Some of the major health threats that need immediate attention are the clogged street canals which are potential feeding grounds for disease carrying insects and the lack of potable water supply in the depressed areas.

There are schools such as  Don Galo Elementary School and the Parañaque National High School – Don Galo in the vicinity. 

The area is noted for being trouble – free except for some unavoidable and isolated cases of brawls and a few incidences of violence especially in depressed areas. Drug addiction in the area had been greatly minimized.

Barangay Don Galo has no playground, except one basketball court in the Don Galo Sports Complex, where basketball and volleyball tournaments are held under the sponsorship of the Sangguniang Kabataan of Don Galo.