The History of
Augustinian Abbey School
Augustinian Abbey School (AAS) is a non-sectarian, non-profit educational institution located in BF Resort Village, Las Piñas City recognized by the Department of Education and was established by spouses Fiscal Pacifico Macatangay Lontok and Court of Appeals Justice Arcangelita Romilla-Lontok in 1996.
Initially offering preschool and elementary programs, the school eventually opened its secondary courses in 2000. Currently, AAS provides the K to 12 basic education program to its students from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Its Senior High School (SHS) department offers Accounting, Business and Management (ABM), Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), and Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) strands under the Academic track.
This fastest growing school also trains learners extensively in the English language as well as public speaking in order to enhance their communication skills. Recognizing the advantage of learning other languages, especially in the employment sector, the school also equips its students with Japanese Language Training in Junior High School, giving its graduates an edge in employment overseas in the future.
Throughout the school’s existence, AAS continuously develops itself in order to provide students with quality education strongly guided by the four core values of its patron saint, St. Augustine of Hippo, which are Humility, Respect, Patience and Compassion.