Escuela de Sto. Rosario began, as a Nursery and Kindergarten School in 2001, it was a transition of Rosario Child and
Youth Development Center (RCYDC) since 1969 to an authorized youth and development center with pre-elementary course
by Department of Education (Dep Ed). Enrolment was big in 2001 with almost three hundred students that comprises the
Nursery, Kinder I, Kinder II and Grade 1. Today, the school housed in a five-storey building with 16 fully
air-conditioned spacious classrooms, air-conditioned library, a canteen, a clinic, a computer room, TLE room, faculty
room, a science laboratory,a basketball court and administrative, registrar/cashier offices with almost one
thousand students and fifty competitive admistrative, teaching personels and staff.
Recently, another extension building was built to house the growing number of the grade school department with same facilities
including fully air-conditioned classrooms.
The ESR Pre-school, Grade School and High School levels are all DEPED recognized and with permit to accept foreign students
coming from the Beaureu of Immigration. ESR is also a proud and active member of the Pasig Private Schools Association (PAPRISA).
To train and educate the children regardless of their religious affiliation in response to the needs of time; hence Sto.
Rosarian Education envisions integrated Moral and Family Values, Social Commitment, Spiritual and Physical growth, and in
line with the development of Information Technology to become a better citizen of our Nation.
To realize this vision, we commit ourselves to:
The persuit of excelence and social relevant early childhood education; the recognition of the uniqueness and the potential
of each individual; the inculcation of social awareness and responsibility; the promotion of Christian spirits in the context
of global family continuous spiritual and moral conversation.
We continously strive to create an environment sustained by quality curricular and co-curricular education program with
the student at a core, enliven by dedicated administrators, faculties and staff, supported by the involved parents, and equipped
with adequate facilities.