The site of Manila High School from 1964 to 1966 before the building was
turn-over to Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila.
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Views of Manila High School and vicinity.
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The Days of my Seafarers Life http://jibraelangel2blog.blogspot.com/2012/01/days-of-my-seafarers-life.html
- Intramuros Manila High School
No other public school can be considered more historical than
High schools which can also boast of having earlier beginnings can trace their origins back to Manila High School, as in the case of Torres, Arellano, Mapa, Roxas, Manila Science and Araullo which was one of the earliest names given to Manila High School.
When the Americans took reigns over the Spanish authorities, the
In 1906, when the Americans who did not have much use for a military hospital having vanguished the ill-equipped Filipino soldiers turned it into a very first public high school. During the day it was known as
Increasing enrollment made it necessary to establish more schools. In 1921, three schools were established and depending where the building was located in reference to the
In 1930, the four schools were renamed after four famous Filipino jurists.
At the close of World War II,
In 1948, the Mehan Garden Annex of Araullo High School became independent and was named
In 1958, the Municipal Board of ManiIa resolved to revive
Earlier, in the same year, an impressive million-peso edifice was built for
Manila High School was transferred from the now Pamantasan to a four-story building which is the present Manila High School while the Manila Science Higb School were abandoned and only the building in Muralla comer Victoria Sts. was retained as Manila High School.
In November 1981, there was a move by then Manila Mayor Ramon Bagatsing Sr. to give the fourth floor of the
Again, the students, parents, teachers and alumni opposed the move. Copies of the petition were given to the Ministry of Education, Metro Manila Commission, Western Police District and the press. A telegram was also sent to Gov. Marcos, who was in
The National Historical Institute declared