HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF
LAS PIÑAS NORTH NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Las Piñas North National High School formerly Las Piñas Municipal High School,
Vergonville Annex started its existence when Mrs. Aurora Arevalo, the former District I
Supervisor of Las Piñas informed the Division Superintendent Dr. Filemon Salas of an existing two-storey, 6 classroom building at Vergonville Elementary School.
May 1990, Dr. Salas opened Las Piñas Municipal High School, Vergonville Annex and designated Mrs. Adrelina T. Villanueva as the Officer-In-Charge of the newly created school. She became the OIC for three years, from school year 1990-1993.
Barely three years of its existence, the school is already offering first year to fourth year classes, with a population of One thousand two hundred twenty (1,220) students, mostly residing on nearby subdivision.
On the 18th of November 1992, Municipal Resolution No. 382-92 series of 1992 was made converting Las Piñas Municipal High School, Vergonville Annex to Las Piñas North Municipal High School.
The school was separated and gained its independence last January 29, 1993. Its first commencement exercises was held last March, 1993.
April of 1993, Mrs. Maria Luisa R. Santos was transffered to Las Piñas North National High School as Principal up to February 2000 while Mrs. Adrelina Villanueva was transffered to Las Piñas East National High School.
March 2000, Dr. Maria Luisa R. Santos was brought back to Las Piñas East National High School so the position for principal at Las Piñas North National High School became vacant. The Division Office decided to place an Officer-In-Charge in the person of Dr. Francisca L. Banan from February 22 to October 26, 2000 while waiting for a qualified applicant. October 27, 2000, Mr. Ricardo B. Delos Santos, the OIC of Golden Acres Annex- came to this school. September of 2010 the faculty and staff of Las Piñas North National High School welcomed their new Principal, Mr. Carlos Alexander S. Rigon.
At present, the school has One hundred (100) faculty members composed of: One (1) Principal, Four (4) Department Heads, Five (5) Coordinators and Ninety (90) teachers.
Students are residents of Vergonville Subdivision; Others came from Zapote, Bacoor, CAA and nearby areas.