MISFI Academy

MISFI Academy Campuses

School Year 2017-2018

 XI Tagum, Dvo. Norte Sitio Muling Gupitan, Kapalong Davao del Norte 2012-13 PS – G6 4 41 2
 XI Mati, Davao Oriental Sitio Limot, Binondo, Baganga, Davao Oriental 2012-13 PS – G5 002 S.2016 46 3
 XI Mati, Davao Oriental Sitio Bagangan, Binondo, Baganga, Davao Oriental 2014-15 PS – G3 23 24 2
XI Mati, Davao Oriental Sitio Kat-ihan, Binondo,Baganga, DO 2015-16 PS – G3 59 11 1
XI Mati, Davao Oriental Sitio Mantapay, Binondo, Baganga, DO 2012-13 PS – G6 21 36 4
 XI Mati, Davao Oriental Sitio Casunugan, Mahan-ub, Baganga, DO 2015-16 PS – G5 60 77 4
 XI Davao City Sitio Alon, Malabog, Paquibato, District, Davao City 2015-16 PS – G5 100 131 4
 XI Davao City Sitio Licuyan, Tambobong,Baguio District, Davao City 2013-14 PS – G5 158 36 3
 XI Davao City Sitio Tagaibo, Malamba, Marilog 2017-18 G7 ON APPLICATION 16 2
District, Davao City
 XI Davao City Sito Cabalantian, Gumitan, Marilog, District, Davao City 2017-18 PS-G2 ON APPLICATION 17 2
 XI Davao City Sitio Indawhong, Salaysay, Marilog District, Davao City 2014-15 G7 – G10 24 23 4
 XI Davao City Sitio Kapatagan, Malamba, Marilog District 2016-17 PS – G4 89 75 3
 XI Davao City Sitio Gatungon, Barangay Tapak, Paquibato, District 2016-17 PS – G5 105 53 3
 XI Nabunturan, COMVAL Sitio Danggayon, Casoon, Monkayo, Comval Province 2016-17 P – G6 23 17 2
 XI Davao City Purok 8, San Miguel, Indangan, Buhangin, Davao City 2016-17 PRESCHOOL 107 52 1
 XII Amas, Kidapawan Purok 4-A, Kisante, Makilala, North Cotabato 2014-15 G7 – G10 174 134 8
XII Amas, kidapawan Sitio Pega, Nasapian, Carmen, North Cotabato 2012-13 PS – G6 ON APPLICATION 207 4
 XII Amas, Kidapawan Sitio Sinawilan, Manarapan, Carmen North Cotabato 2012-13 PS-G1 ON APPLICATION 42 2
 XII Amas, Kidapawan Batang, Tulunan, North Cotabato 2017-18 G7 ON APPLICATION 15 3
 XII Amas, Kidapawan Datu Celo, Magpet, North Cotabato 2017-18 G7 ON APPLICATION 19 3
 XII Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat Sitio Tinagdanan, Hinalaan, Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat 2016-17 G7 ON APPLICATION
 XII Marbel, South Cot. Purok Dalimbang, Sitio Blit, Ned, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato 2016-17 G7 ON APPLICATION 19 3
 XII Marbel, South Cot. Lam-apos, Lamno-Ode, Banga, South Cotabato 2017-18 G7 ON APPLICATION 15 2
X Malaybalay, Bukidnon Sitio Laburon Matupe, San Fernando Bukidnon 2012-13 PS-G6 Govt. Recog. 422 62 4
 X Malaybalay, Bukidnon Sitio Pangalay-ayan, Digongan, Kitaotao Bukidnon 2014-15 PS – G5 Laburon Annex 55 3
 X Malaybalay, Bukidnon Sitio Salumayag, Digongan, Kitaotao Bukidnon 2015-16 PS – G6 Laburon Annex 46 3
 X Malaybalay, Bukidnon Sitio Inayaman, San Jose, San Fernando, Bukidnon 2015-16 PS – G2 Laburon Annex 24 2
 X Malaybalay, Bukidnon Sitio Da0, White Culaman, Kiatotao, Bukidnon 2014-15 G7 – G10 ON APPLICATION 55 4
 X Malaybalay, Bukidnon Sitio Kisapwak, Digongan, Kitaotao, Bukidnon 2015-16 G7 – G9 ON APPLICATION 10 3
 X Malaybalay, Bukidnon Sitio Anibong, Brgy. Kalagangan, San Fernando, Bukidnon 2017-18 PS-G2 Laburon Annex 18 2
 X Malaybalay, Bukidnon Sitio Lugawon, Brgy. Cayaga, San Fernando, Bukidnon 2017-18 PS-G2 Laburon Annex 18 2
XIII Patin-ay, Prosperidad Sitio Cogonon, Salvacion, Trento, Agusan del Sur 2012-13 PS – G6 Cert. of compliance 62 4
TOTAL 1,456 92



Education is a basic right that every child especially the indigenous people must be availed.

But historically the indigenous peoples have rarely been served by the government of this basic service. The remoteness and safety of indigenous communities have been made an excuse for the lack of social services.

Absent of services, indigenous communities especially in Mindanao are made vulnerable to corporate ventures such as open-pit mines and agribusiness encroaching their ancestral domains. Divisions among their communities come as a result.


  • Enhance and develop awareness of the youth to participate in the protection and nurturing of their ancestral domain towards ecological preservation.
  • Increase and sustain initiatives to improve the socio-economic situation towards self-sustenance.
  • Sustain activities through relevant education, health and other basic services for the indigenous community.
  • In this context, MISFI works with the indigenous communities to build MISFI Academy. The Academy aims to give education that is free to the indigenous children.
  • The MISFI Academy provides an education that enhances the self-worth and awareness of the indigenous children of their tradition, culture and rights, and direct them towards being future leaders to protect and cultivate their ancestral domain territories towards sustainable nation-building.
  • Enhance the skills and innovations of the community to produce and contribute for the socio-economic growth of the community and the society as a whole.
  • Initiate activities to preserve and promote indigenous values, culture, traditions and beliefs and to protect these from discrimination and exploitation.


Provide basic education to the indigenous children in context of upgrading their socio-economic, political and cultural life to attain true development and empowerment that protects their ancestral domain territories and their right to self-determination. Facilitate events to encourage and develop children on their self-worth and respect to their tribe, fellow Filipinos and country through curriculum and extra-curricular activities. Enhance the capacity of community leaders and children’s participation and leadership in the community. Mold young active and responsible indigenous youth leaders.


For inquiries on MISFI Academy, you can email the Community Education Department of MISFI at misfiacademy@gmail.com