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List of class suspensions for Thursday and Friday

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MANILA, Philippines—Following is a list of class suspensions for Thursday and Friday by area and schools due to bad weather:


  • CALOOCAN: all levels, private and public, (Thursday)
  • LAS-PIÑAS: 1st district elementary and high school, public (Thursday)
  • MAKATI: all levels, public and private, (Thursday-Friday)
  • MALABON: all levels, private and public (Thursday-Friday)
  • MANDALUYONG: preschool and high school (Thursday only)
  • MANILA: all levels, private and public (Thursday only)
  • MARIKINA: all levels, private and public (Thursday-Friday)
  • MUNTINLUPA: pre-school to high school, private and public (Thursday-Friday)
  • NAVOTAS: all levels, public and private (Thursday only)
  • PARAÑAQUE: all levels, private and public (Thursday only)
  • PASAY: preschool to highschool, private and public (Thursday-Friday)
  • PASIG: pre-school to elementary, public (Thursday only)
  • PATEROS: pre-school to high school, public (Thursday-Friday)
  • TAGUIG: all levels, public (Thursday only)
  • VALENZUELA: day-care centers to high school and city-owned universities (Thursday-Friday)



  • BATAAN: all levels, public and private (Thursday)
    • Malolos, Marilao, Meycauayan, Bulakan: all levels, private and public (Thursday only)
    • Baliwag, Balagtas, Pulilan: all levels, private and public (Thursday only)
    • Guiguinto: preschool to highschool (Thursday only)
  • CAVITE: all levels, public and private (Thursday)
  • LAGUNA: all levels, public and private (Thursday-Friday)
  • SAN MATEO, RIZAL: all levels, public and private (Thursday, Friday)
  • PANGASINAN:  all levels, public and private (Thursday)


  • Adamson University – all levels (Thursday only)
  • Asia Pacific College – all levels, but office operations resume (Thursday only)
  • Ateneo Law School – except for bar review classes (Thursday only)
  • Bagong Silangan Elementary School and High School, QC – Thursday
  • Bulacan State University – Thursday only
  • Centro Escolar University Manila Campus – Thursday only
  • Colegio de San Juan de Letran – all levels (Thursday only)
  • De La Salle College of Saint Benilde – classes and offices (Thursday only)
  • De La Salle University Makati Campus – Thursday and Friday
  • De La Salle University Science and Technology Complex (DLSU-STC) – Thursday and Friday
  • De La Salle University Taft Campus – Thursday only
  • Diosdado Macapagal Elementary School, QC – Thursday
  • Fairview Elementary School, QC – Thursday
  • Far Eastern University (Manila, Makati, East Asia College) – Thursday only
  • La Salle Greenhills High School – Thursday only
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University – Thursday only
  • Mapua Institute Makati Campus – Thursday and Friday
  • Mapua Institute Intramuros Campus – Thursday only
  • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela – Thursday, Friday
  • PUP Laguna campuses (Sta. Rosa, San Pedro, Calauan) – Thursday and Friday
  • PUP Paranaque – Thursday only
  • Saint Francis of Assisi College – all levels, all campuses (Thursday only)
  • Saint Genevieve School of Pateros – all levels (Thursday only)
  • San Beda College of Law Manila – Thursday and Friday
  • San Gabriel Elementary School, QC – Thursday
  • Saturday Note: midterm exams moved to Aug. 27-31
  • San Pedro College of Business Administration – Friday
  • San Sebastian College-Recoletos – all levels and offices (Thursday only)
  • St. Scholastica’s College – all levels (Thursday only) Note: office operations to resume
  • University of Perpetual Help Biñan – Thursday and Friday
  • University of Santo Tomas – all levels (Thursday only)
  • University of the Philippines Los Banos – except for offices (Thursday and Friday)
  • Valenzuela Polytechnic College – Thursday and Friday
  • Xavier School (Nuvali) – Thursday and Friday


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Originally posted at 1:56 p.m.

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