Welcome to
St. Joseph College-Olongapo Inc.

The School that Cares.


Justin Dale R. Abaigar
Princess Ann I. Agustin
Javier Amer
Gabriel B. Balasanos
Mark Nelson S. Bascuguin
Miracle Joy S. Bautista
Melchezedeck A. Dizon

Jerry C. Baysa
Joefer C. Calimquim
Pamela D. Castaneda
Allyson Catle
Dan Beljab A. De Castro
John Christian Dela Cruz
Christian James C. Pamposa
Willard A. Sison

Michael Clifford Del Rosario
Greg Allen C. Domingo
Aljon D. Frofonga
Carlo Y. Macabudbud
Jessa Camille Maxion
Arley M. Meneses
Sandra Marie Lapasaran
Rogelio S. Ternal III

Elijah Muñoz
Alyanna Marie Natanauan
Rosalyn A. Racoma
Russel John Roldan
Lewhilene A. Soria
John Patrick Dela Peña
Diomel Ramos

About Us



St. Joseph College envisions a Christ-centered, dynamic and effective school community that adheres to Catholic Philosophy of education and national development goals.


To promote the continuing growth of the spiritual, professional and personal life among members of the academic community.

To ensure the development of self-directed and responsible students who are academically and vocationally equipped and ready to serve others.

To promote curricular programs that respond to poverty alleviation, justice and peace, environmental stewardship and responsible citizenship.


          St. Joseph College-Olongapo Inc., (formerly St. Joseph's School), is one of the Catholic institutions in the Diocese of Iba dedicated to serve the educational needs of the students of Olongapo and of the neighboring towns of Zambales and Bataan.

          The growth and development of St. Joseph's School can be considered phenomenal. The school was formally established after World War II by the Society of the Divine Word Fathers with Fr. Rizalino Veneracion as the first Director.

          The growth of the School as a whole was also influenced by the rapid development of Olongapo City. New buildings and new curricular offerings were added to meet the needs of a growing student populace. St. Joseph College-Olongapo Inc. has been given full government recognition in all her course offerings through the leadership of the College President, Rev. Fr. Hanival G. Brucelas.


700 +

Elem Students

1700 +

JH Students

800 +

SH Students

350 +

College Students



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