On March 15, 1973, Iligan City Municipal Board passed a resolution #85 and was unanimously approved authorizing Hon. Mayor Camilo P. Cabili to donate eight(8) hectares of the portion of Buru-un Elementary School site to Fisheries including buildings, equipment and improvements thereon without cost.
On April 10, 1973, Hon. Camilo P. Cabili signed a Deed of Donation in behalf of the City government which was accepted by Atty. Andres R. Assistin, Director of the Bureau of Vocational Education in behalf of the Republic of the Philippines.
On April 20, 1973 at 2:30 P.M. Deed of Donation was registered with the office of the Register of Deeds of Iligan City and issued a Transfer Certificate of Title TCT # T-11033 on October 22, 1973 with Tax Declaration # 31848.
On May 02, 1973, entrance examination was announced together with the requirements and Fees for enrollment which was cleared with the Philippine Constabulary Provincial Commander.
The Fishery school was formally opened on May 04, 1973 with 139 students adapting the Secondary Education Curriculum under Nicetas M. Marajas as the Secondary School Principal with five(5) pioneer teachers.
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Iligan City National School of Fisheries is situated at Purok 1-A Buru-un, Iligan City, 500 meters away from the National Highway. It is 10 kilometers away from the City proper bounded on the north by Mimbalot Falls; on the east by part of sitio Mimbalot and Taytay; on the west by Sgt. Miguel Canoy Memorial Central School and on the south by Linamon River.
It is approximately 106kilometers from Cagayan de Oro; 10 kilometers from Iligan City proper; one kilometer from Linamon, Lanao del Norte; 12 kilometers from Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte; 38 kilometers from Bacolod, Lanao del Norte and 50 kilometers from Maigo, Lanao del Norte.
The total land area of the school is 10 hectares; 3.5 is occupied by classrooms, administration and service area. Three(3) hectares was fresh water ponds divided into different compartments: one for head, two(2) for breeding and six (6) fro rearing and the remaining 3.5 hectares are for playground, roads, pathways, vegetative areas and mini forest.
Beside the administration building is the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes and in front is a cascading amphi-theater where programs are being held. On the playground there is a multi-purpose Gym donated by Hon. Alipio “ Tikbong” Badelles, the former Congressman.
Along with the related building is the President Manuel L. Quezon Park and on the left side of the Computer Laboratory Building Is the Dr. Jose Rizal Park and on the right side is the Mathematics park. From the gate to the Administration Building there’s a Science Park in front of the school Canteen along the way.
The water supply for drinking comes from the spring at Sitio Taytay (Barangay Water Project).
Most wastes are biodegradables, hence easily decomposed. Dumping and Composting are the usual method in garbage disposal. Drained water from ponds passed through Linamon River. Hewing no chemical treatment used, the waste water is not hazardous.
We believe in Life-Long Learning..... that All students of Iligan City National School of Fisheries will demonstrate initiative and persistence in learning. Knowledge is the bedrock for life time survival. Students will be encouraged and assisted to see the importance of skills-based education, especially in this time of technological advancement, for a lifelong skills and relevant other skills they can become productive and responsive members of the society.