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Notre Dame of Surala

Notre Dame of Surala
Paaralan ng Notre Dame ng Surala
Established 1952
Type Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres, Passionist Congregation of the Philippines, Private School
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic, SPC Sisters, Passionist Congregation of the Philippines
Location , South Cotabato, Philippines
Campus Notre Dame Drive (Main Campus)

Notre Dame of Surala (NDS) is a private school in Surallah, South Cotabato. It is being manage by Sisters of Charity of St. Paul who also administer the St. Paul Schools in the Philippines and it is owned by the Passionist Priests. Notre Dame of Surala has been a member of the Notre Dame Educational Association, a group of Notre Dame Schools in the Philippines under the patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

History

Notre Dame of Surala was founded in 1967 at the request of Catholic parents of Surala, South Cotabato to ensure the Christian formation of their children within the context of the academic program.

Reverend Raymond Pulvino, C.P., founded the school and was responsible for the quick building of the school . The passionist Fathers gave him support and financial backing. The school is owned by the Congregation of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Philippines.

The passionist fathers intended NDS to serve, that is, the school will not be a profit-making venture; it will render service to as many pupils as it can accommodate; hence, there will be no screening.

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