SPSPS Launches Senior High School Program

The Saint Paul School of Professional Studies launched recently its Senior High School Program with fitting formality. The launching which was started with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist at nine o’clock in the morning made SPSPS a participant in the national movement to put the country’s education standard at par with developed countries in […]


Two Poems of Paulinian Faculty See Print in Lunop’s Maiden Release

Saint Paul School of Business and Law (SPSBL) language and literature instructor Samlito Abueva’s two poems, Bukatkat (Firefly) and An Manduruaw, Pahinungod kan Santo Papa (The Visitor, Tribute to His Holiness, Pope Francis), all written in the Leyte-Samar (Waray-waray) language, and each with English translation, saw print in two spreads (Chap 1: NGARAT, pp. 20-21; […]

One Vision

One Vision now off the press

The maiden issue of One Vision (OV), a two-page monthly institutional publication of Saint Paul School of Business and Law (SPSBL), was recently released and distributed to key offices in campus and to partner-communities and -publics of SPSBL. Published by the Office of the President, it banners, in capsule, President Erwin Vincent Alcala’s 3rd state […]


Miss Earth 2014 joins project rebuilding beach-forest

PALO, LEYTE, Philippines  — Miss Earth 2014 Jamie Herrell this week participated in the beach-forest rebuilding project along the coastlines of Eastern Visayas, lashed and destroyed by Yolanda in 1013. Herrell, together with Ms. Earth Foundation project director Princess Manzon, visited the Yolanda-stricken Leyte and told the media she wanted to plant trees as a […]


Ecoblast in Leyte launched

The Saint Paul School of Business and Law (SPSBL), a prestigious college institution in the Province started its tree planting activity in support to the 1 Billion Mangrove and Beach Forest Development Project of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Dubbed as “Ecoblast”, an estimated 500 mangrove seedlings were planted Friday near the […]


PAKADI: A Campus Information Drive Cum Lecture

“Drugs are illegal, damage the brain and body, destroy one’s physical and emotional behavior, and cause one to commit crime. And they are against the will of God.” Thus said Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) 8 Chief of Preventive Education and Communication Involvement Services (PECIS) Rogelette Urgel, and PIO Designate and Assistant Team Leader Roselyn […]



School President EVG Alcala seats with the CHED National Technical Panel for Accountancy Education, and CHED National Institutional Sustainability Assessment Group. President Alcala is Team Leader for Center of Excellence and Development Evaluation. Together with Dr. Amadeo P. Cristobal, he is a member of the Philippine Statistical Council – 8. The Regional Development Council (RDC) […]


ExSeHiSPSBL is SPSBL’s Senior High Guiding Theme

SPSBL is among the country’s private higher education institutions to have developed a humble plan for its implementation of the K to 12 education reform program which goes full swing by AY 2016-2017. The school’s implementation framework includes: review and enhancement of curriculum, training of faculty, scheduling of classes and academic activities, revenue projections and […]


President Alcala Reports This Year’s Initiatives

The whole SPSBL community was brought to an unusual  two-day and a night Faculty and Staff Convention in Calbayog City on July 2014. With an Amazing Race-like challenge pulled off by some four mixed groups in going to the venue, employees listened to short lectures and participated in workshops facilitated by an external trainer. This […]