Saint John Academy

Saint John Academy is a Catholic school for secondary students situated in Rizal Street, Dinalupihan, Bataan, Philippines and is in the Diocese of Balanga. It is run under the direction of Rev. Fr. Edgardo S. Sigua as the school director, Rev. Fr. Alwin B. Bobis as the Balanga Diocesan Schools Superintendent, and its Principal Mrs. Gemma R. Yao. Founded in 1960, Saint John Academy (SJA) schools about 1,002 students.

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