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"Let's Fall In Love and Build a Nation" by Lian Buan


"There are two kinds of love, I have learned. One indulges on romanticized notions, the need to be adored, or treasured, or constantly assured, the kind of love that is content with just loving each other.

The other one is pragmatic, a kind of love that insists on loving more of what’s around them, a love that looked for mountains to climb, a love focused on objectives. For Cris and Marivic, the objective was to “build a nation,” by teaching, by experimenting, by solving puzzles where pieces are missing." Read More.

(Updated 21 August 2015)

Awesome: The Life of St. Theresa of Avila



The CVIF original production "Awesome: St. Theresa of Avila" was performed in Naga City, and Quezon City! See photos below:



(Updated 16 June 2015)

CVIF Dynamic Learning Program Website



The CVIF Dynamic Learning Program now has its own website! Visit the CVIF-DLP website here.

(Updated 16 June 2015)

CVIF-DLP Manual 2.1 Now Available!



(Updated 03 May 2014)




Dynamic Learning

The Central Visayan Institute Foundation (CVIF) is home of the CVIF Dynamic Learning Program, a synthesis of classical and modern pedagogical theories adapted to foster the highest level of learning, creativity, and productivity. Essential features of the program include
  1. Parallel Learning Groups (Modified Jigsaw Strategy),
  2. Activity-based Multi-domain Learning,
  3. In-school Comprehensive Student Portfolio,
  4. Strategic Study and Rest Periods and Integrated Spiritual and Cultural Formation.
The CVIF Program is student-teacher-administrator friendly and can easilly be modified and adapted to different levels of affluence (or poverty) for marked gains in academic performance especially in the sciences and mathematics.

Watch the DLP video produced by SMART Communications:





The High School Department

As the educational arm of the Central Visayan Institute Foundation, the High School Department is a cradle of learning and formation for the youth - protecting, and developing what is good in the Filipino, as it learns from the experiences of the international community. The thrust is to educate and train for the Philippine nation young men and women who are ready to serve their country, and the greater community of nations, in service to the Almighty.


The Research Center for Theoretical Physics

The RCTP was established on 27 December 1992. Aside from graduate thesis advising, the Center also organizes small international Workshops to foster the informal but intense exchange of ideas and perspectives on outstanding problems in physics and mathematics. The Workshops feature pedagogical, review, and research-level lectures focusing on new concepts, methods and techniques used to investigate current problems in quantum physics, biophysics, complex systems, and various nonlinear phenomena, among others. The Proceedings of four International Workshops have been published so far.


The Education Research Center

The ERC completes the CVIF triad. The ERC is responsible for the continuing development of the CVIF Dynamic Learning Program and the conduct of workshops, and special training such as the CVIF Young Math Virtuoso Project. Aside from curriculum development and book writing projects, the current research interest is the mathematical modeling of neuronal processes and their implications in the cognitive sciences.





A Brief History of CVIF

Sometime in 1925, an American educator, Mr. Fred Warner opened a secondary level school in the town of Duero. It was called the Filipino-American High School because the faculty members were both Americans and Filipinos. Majority of the students came from the adjacent seaport town of Jagna, Bohol. In 1928, Filomeno O. Caseņas, the provincial governor at that time, took over the management of the school and transferred the same to Jagna, his hometown. He dedicated the school to the poor families of Jagna and the neighboring towns who could not afford to send their children to Tagbilaran, the provincial capital, 63 kilometers away.

Later, Gov. Caseņas convinced his brother, Agustin O. Caseņas, the governor of Agusan, and sister, Maria Caseņas Pajo, who managed the Bohol Lyceum, a high school in Loay, Bohol to take over the Filipino-American High School. To make the secondary level school strong and stable, it was formally incorporated in 1929.

The pioneer teachers during the first year of operation were Fernando Pajo, the principal; Maria C. Pajo, English teacher; Severino Custodio, later on replaced by Pacifico Custodio, for Physics and the other sciences; Jose Cavardo, Mathematics teacher; and Apolonio Bernaldez, Biology teacher. Then, Messrs. Tomas Sale, Antonio Libres, Elpidio Mumar and Ramos joined the teaching force.

All the general high school courses of the Filipino-American High School were formally recognized by the government in 1933. Since then, the progress of the school was rapid. Students from the second and third political districts of Bohol and from the neighboring provinces of Camiguin, Surigao, Agusan, Leyte, Samar, Misamis Oriental and Occidental flocked to its portals.

In the school year 1934-1935, the name of the school was changed, from Filipino-American High School to Central Visayan Institute (CVI). The college courses – Junior Normal, Associate in Arts, Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor of Science in Commerce, with corresponding majors and minors, were offered in 1946. This attracted students from other places. In the 1970’s, however, the opening of more colleges in Tagbilaran and in Mindanao affected the enrollment of the school and only the high school level was retained. From the 1970’s up to the late 1990’s Consuelo Bernido, the only daughter of Gov. Filomeno Caseņas, acted as the School Directress, and sometimes the high school Principal whenever needed.

As a tree is known by its fruits, so a school is known by its products. CVI has turned out competent men and women in different professions throughout its long history. To mention a few, there is Dr. Jose Abueva, former president of the University of the Philippines, former Justice Bernardo Salas of the Court of Appeals, Atty. Victor Nituda, former Commissioner of Immigration, board topnotchers (First Placers) in civil engineering, brother and sister Elpidio and Constantina Caseņas, among other board topnotchers.

In July 2002, with the approval of the CVI Board of Directors, the school was converted and renamed into the Central Visayan Institute Foundation (CVIF). In the same year, the Dynamic Learning Program was introduced which attracted national attention to the CVIF, with hundreds of educators from all over the country visiting the school to observe and gain insights.

(Extracted and based on an article by Antonio Salas Madera, CVI Class 1942)




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Central Visayan Institute Foundation

Looc, Jagna, 6308
Bohol, Philippines

Office Phone:   038-2382-219
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21 August 2015 | Article

"Let's Fall in Love and Build a Nation" by Lian Buan

"For Cris and Marivic, the objective was to “build a nation,” by teaching, by experimenting, by solving puzzles where pieces are missing."

Read the full article here.


16 June 2015 | Announcements

Awesome: The Life of St. Theresa of Avila



03 May 2014 | Announcements

CVIF-DLP Manual 2.1 now available