University of the Philippines-Los Baños

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International Rice Research Institute

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City of Springs Resort-Hotel

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Government Officials

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Barangay Population

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Education

    

    Los Baños have twelve (12) public schools that service more than 9,000 pupils. Records show that in the school year 1995-1996, a total of 8,998 pupils were enrolled in the 12 public elementary schools. Student distribution is as follows:

Elementary School

No. of Teachers

No. of Pupils

Teacher-Pupil Ratio

Lopez Elementary School  
Mayondon Elementary School  
Los Baños Elementary School  
Bayog Elementary School  
Outho Elementary School  
Maahas Elementary School  
Lalakay Elementary School  
B.N. Calara Elementary School (Anos)   
Bambang Elementary School  
San Antonio Elementary School  
Tadlac Elementary School  
Bagong Silang Elementary School 

53
37
37
19
13
13
13
13
15
11
7
2

2,060
1,554
1,372
810
508
487
460
451
449
282
200
51

1:39
1:42
1:37
1:43
1:39
1:37
1:35
1:35
1:30
1:26
1:29
1:26

Special Education Class  
Pre-Elementary Class  
(Lopez, Central, Mayondon, Bayog, Bamang)  

T o t a l

 

1

8,684
12
302  

8,998

 
 
 
 
1:39

    The average teacher-pupil ratio for the elementary schools is 1 teacher for every 39 pupils. The ratio is within the standard set by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports. However, for schools like Mayondon and Los Baños Central, the teacher-student ratio are slightly below the standard.

School Facilities

     Educational facilities on a whole remains adequate for Los Baños schoolchildren. In fact, the classroom-pupil count gives a satisfactory average ratio of 1classroom per 35 students. View School Facilities table.

     However, the table indicates that the Lopez Elementary School's standing of 47 per classroom and Bayog Elementary School's 45 students per classroom are slightly below the standard. A clear indication that these schools should be given priority in the future allocation of classrooms.