Montalban Campus

College of Arts & Sciences of Asia and the Pacific, Inc. (CASAP) – Rodriguez Campus started its operation in 2015 with the vision of holistic approach to education. The school started with 500 students and 16 faculty members and has grown into a comprehensive campus offering K+12 the following school year. It brings together about 2,000 students in a large campus on a site of about _ square meters. The educational activities conducted at CASAP are diverse, and are all geared to the 21st century. At present, we are involved in many activities aimed at creating an educational environment
appropriate to the 21st century. Our school is an active participant both in academic and extra-curricular activities.

Since the school believes that success is a team effort at all levels; the academic department used variety of methods to bring the school and community closer together. Last August 2016, Francis Pio Abrazado, Grade 10 student bagged the 1st Place in Junior High School Division of “Diwa Sa Pasiklaban: League of Champions” 2016 held in Virgen Del Pilar, Rodriguez Rizal.

Activities and programs both joined by parents and students are organized such as formation of Parent and Teacher’s Association (PTA), Parent-Teachers Conference every quarter, and the regular First (1st) Friday Mass every month.

To provide smooth, efficient and appropriate education to each student, we endeavor to bolster students' academic enthusiasm and to improve efficiency, by improving the learning environment, carefully selecting teaching materials, improving teaching methods, using information technology (IT) and other means. Principals of each department regularly monitor the faculty members by regularly conducting faculty meetings, class observations, in-set seminar and trainings for teachers and checking of lesson plans.


Since CASAP Rodriguez Campus believes that education with respect for individuality involves the development of each individual into a more attractive human being, the school also joins social activities and competitions held outside the school.


The first ever social night for Senior High School and acquaintance party was held last September 2016 and attended by almost 500 pioneer Grade 11 students with the main objective of building camaraderie towards their fellow casapians.

Senior High School Grade 11 and 12 Academic Students joins educational trips such as the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Educational Tour last August 2 and 11, 2017 organized by the academic department.


Last September 2016, our dedicated student athletes joined the Municipal Meet held bagging 1st Place in Men’s Basketball (High School) Division and 1st Place in Men’s Volleyball (High School) Division.

Aside from that, CASAP Rodriguez Campus claimed the Over-all Champion in the recently held CASAP Inter-Campus Intramurals last February 2016 at the Marikina Sports Complex joined by the four (2) campuses of College of Arts and Sciences of Asia and the Pacific (CASAP), Inc. namely Marikina Campus, Pasig Campus and Taytay Campus.

During the “Araw ng Montalban/Pamitinan Festival”, the founding anniversary of the town last December 2016, CASAP Rodriguez competes in Street dancing and Float Parade and bagged the 1st Place.

True moral and intellectual education is achieved only when students think, experience, try, create and act on their own. CASAP Rodriguez aims at cultivating personalities with determination and a pragmatic mind, to integrate intellect and action through active and holistic learning.

At present, CASAP Rodriguez is constantly endeavoring to develop new forms of education from a global perspective, and to build an even better educational environment.

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