Imus, Cavite

The Municipality of Imus (Filipino
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This move has drawn much criticism from other regional groups.In 1987, a new constitution introduced many provisions for the language.Article XIV, Section 6, omits any mention of Tagalog as the basis for Filipino, and states that:...

: Bayan ng Imus) is a first-class municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines
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, and it is the officially designated capital of Cavite. It has a population of 253,158 people according to the 2007 census.

Because of its strategic location at the entrance to Cavite province from Metro Manila
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, Imus was the site of two major Katipunero
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 victories during the Philippine Revolution
Philippine Revolution
The Philippine Revolution , called the "Tagalog War" by the Spanish, was an armed military conflict between the people of the Philippines and the Spanish colonial authorities which resulted in the secession of the Philippine Islands from the Spanish Empire.The Philippine Revolution began in August...

 against Spain
Spanish Empire
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. The Battle of Imus was fought on September 3, 1896 and the Battle of Alapan, on May 28, 1898, the day when the first Philippine flag was flown making Imus the "Flag capital of the Philippines". Both events are celebrated annually in the municipality. The Imus Historical Museum honors the municipality's history with lifelike scenes from the revolution.

Imus is also known as the center of religion of the Province of Cavite and home of the Imus Cathedral, the seat of the Diocese of Imus under the patronage of Nuestra Señora del Pilar. The town served as the host diocese during the 5th Asian Youth Day
World Youth Day
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 on November 20–27, 2009. The town is also nicknamed as the "Christmas Capital of the Philippines".


Imus is strategically located near the Metropolitan Manila
Metro Manila
Metropolitan Manila , the National Capital Region , or simply Metro Manila, is the metropolitan region encompassing the City of Manila and its surrounding areas in the Philippines...

 area, just 21 kilometres (13 mi) south of Manila. With the continuous expansion of Metro Manila, this local government unit is now included in Manila built up area which reaches Lipa City in its southernmost part.


  • North - Municipalities of Kawit, Cavite and Noveleta, Cavite
    Noveleta, Cavite
    The Municipality of Noveleta is an urban municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines. According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 46,336 people. The current mayor is Engr...

  • East - Municipality of Bacoor, Cavite
    Bacoor, Cavite
    The Municipality of Bacoor is a first class urban municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines. It is a lone district congressional district of Cavite...

  • West - Municipality of Gen. Trias, Cavite
    Gen. Trias, Cavite
    The Municipality of General Trias formerly San Francisco de Malabon, is a first class municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines...

  • South - City of Dasmariñas, Cavite
    Dasmariñas, Cavite
    The City of Dasmariñas is a first class city in the province of Cavite, Philippines. It is located approximately 30 kilometers south of Manila. According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 556,330 people, making it before the most populous municipality in the Philippines before it was...

Land area

Imus covers a land total area of 9701 ha (23,971.7 acre) or 97 km² (37.5 sq mi), approximately 6.8% of the total land area of the province of Cavite.

Disputed land area: 3,838.00 hectares

Some 200 hectares referred to as Imus Informal Industrial Estate, housing a total of 19 major industrial establishments.


Imus has a total population of 243,811 as of 1998, from twenty-one barangays. These barangays were further subdivided for a total now of 97. The barangays which have been divided into two or more each, carries the original barangay name distinguished by capital letters if the name ends in numbers, e.g., Medicion 1, is subdivided into Medicion 1-A, Medicion 1-B, etc. Names ending in letters (e.g., Bucandala, Bayang Luma, etc..), are distinguished by numbers (Bucandala 1, Bayang Luma 2, etc.).
  • Alapan 1-A
  • Alapan 1-B
  • Alapan 1-C
  • Alapan 2-A
  • Alapan 2-B
  • Anabu 1-A
  • Anabu 1-B
  • Anabu 1-C
  • Anabu 1-D
  • Anabu 1-E
  • Anabu 1-F
  • Anabu 1-G
  • Anabu 2-A
  • Anabu 2-B
  • Anabu 2-C
  • Anabu 2-D
  • Anabu 2-E
  • Anabu 2-F
  • Bagong Silang
  • Bayan Luma 1
  • Bayan Luma 2
  • Bayan Luma 3
  • Bayan Luma 4
  • Bayan Luma 5
  • Bayan Luma 6
  • Bayan Luma 7
  • Bayan Luma 8
  • Bayan Luma 9
  • Bucandala 1
  • Bucandala 2
  • Bucandala 3
  • Bucandala 4
  • Bucandala 5
  • Buhay na Tubig
  • Carsadang Bago 1
  • Carsadang Bago 2
  • Mariano Espeleta 1
  • Mariano Espeleta 2
  • Mariano Espeleta 3
  • Magdalo
  • Maharlika
  • Malagasang 1-A
  • Malagasang 1-B
  • Malagasang 1-C
  • Malagasang 1-D
  • Malagasang 1-E
  • Malagasang 1-F
  • Malagasang 1-G
  • Malagasang 2-A
  • Malagasang 2-B
  • Malagasang 2-C
  • Malagasang 2-D
  • Malagasang 2-E
  • Malagasang 2-F
  • Malagasang 2-G
  • Medicion 1-A
  • Medicion 1-B
  • Medicion 1-C
  • Medicion 1-D
  • Medicion 2-A
  • Medicion 2-B
  • Medicion 2-C
  • Medicion 2-D
  • Medicion 2-E
  • Medicion 2-F
  • Pag-Asa 1
  • Pag-Asa 2
  • Pag-Asa 3
  • Palico 1
  • Palico 2
  • Palico 3
  • Palico 4
  • Pasong Buaya 1
  • Pasong Buaya 2
  • Pinagbuklod
  • Poblacion 1-A
  • Poblacion 1-B
  • Poblacion 1-C
  • Poblacion 2-A
  • Poblacion 2-B
  • Poblacion 3-A
  • Poblacion 3-B
  • Poblacion 4-A
  • Poblacion 4-B
  • Poblacion 4-C
  • Poblacion 4-D
  • Tanzang Luma 1
  • Tanzang Luma 2
  • Tanzang Luma 3
  • Tanzang Luma 4
  • Tanzang Luma 5
  • Tanzang Luma 6
  • Toclong 1-A
  • Toclong 1-B
  • Toclong 1-C
  • Toclong 2-A
  • Toclong 2-B


Imus is the foremost banking center of Cavite
Cavite is a province of the Philippines located on the southern shores of Manila Bay in the CALABARZON region in Luzon, just 30 kilometers south of Manila. Cavite is surrounded by Laguna to the east, Metro Manila to the northeast, and Batangas to the south...

 with numerous financial institution and also an excellent banking infrastructure is being propagated by the present government to spearhead the development of the municipality. For the past 10 years, the municipality of Imus has shown a steady rise in its income, making it earn an income classification of 1st class in 1986. Its 9,701 hectare-land area serves as home to a population of 195,482. In 1993, Imus had 1,369 commercial establishments, 200 manufacturing establishments and 41 financial institutions. Ten years hence, it has 6,636 licensed business establishments that include 4,376 commercial establishments, 300 manufacturing establishments and 190 financial institutions.

With a comfortable 18 km distance from Metro Manila
Metro Manila
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, Imus serves as a favorable site for industrial establishments such as Imus Informal Industrial Estate and Anabu Hills Industrial Estate. Corporations that are 100% Filipino-owned such as Annie's Candy Manufacturing, Inc., CKL Industries and Liwayway Mktg. Corp. Factories of partly Filipino-owned corporations such as Champan Garment Corp., Hayag Motorworks & Machine Shop and San Miguel-Yamamura Asia Corp. and foreign-owned corporations such as EDS MFG, Inc., which produces automotive wiring harness and Frontline Garments Corp., can be found in Imus. Imus is also the home of the Anabu Handmade Paper Products, a producer of handmade paper and paper products.

The Imus Commercial/Business District along Nueño Avenue (also called Imus Boulevard) is the center of commerce and trade in the municipality. The Imus Public Market (officially Tindahan ni aling Nenang) is the hub of commerce and trade in the district. The market is divided into 25 zones and has a total of 805 stalls. Commercial, industrial and manufacturing industries owned by Taiwanese
Taiwanese people
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, Japanese
Japanese people
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 and Filipino investors can also be found there. There are 3,601 commercial establishments duly registered in the municipality as of March 1999.

Investors will find an atmosphere conducive to business and a climate of optimism and buoyancy in Imus. Eighteen major industrial establishments with a total capitalization of 1.311 billion pesos have established their base at the Imus Informal Industrial Estate providing local employment to an estimated 13,478 people as of December 1998. Located just along the stretch of the General Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, the 200-hectare informal industrial estate houses manufacturing companies owned by foreign and Filipino investors. Imus has ventured to the export of automotive wire harness and electrical components, acryclic sheets and lighting fixtures, processed foods, shellcraft, bamboo, rattan and woodcraft, furniture, garments and novelty items to other countries. The implementation of the strategic Daang Hari Road will further augment the development pace of Imus. Several subdivisions and mass housing projects and the establishment of factories and many small-scale industries in many of its barangays have
resulted to heavy-in-migration in the municipality.

However, heavy traffic congestion caused by the 'buhos' (pour) system, inadequate road signage and systems, poor road maintenance, mixed vehicles (tricycles, pedicabs, bicycles, etc.), unjustified traffic priority schemes and rampant violation of traffic rules is observable on roads which is causing headaches to travelers specifically along Aguinaldo Highway, Cavite's main highway traversing the town from North to South.


Like Cavite City
Cavite City
The City of Cavite is a fourth class city in the province of Cavite, Philippines. The city occupies a hook shaped peninsula jutting out into Manila Bay. Cavite City used to be the capital of the province...

 (originally called Cavite La Punta) and Noveleta (La Tierra Alta), the municipality of Imus used to be a part of Cavite
Cavite is a province of the Philippines located on the southern shores of Manila Bay in the CALABARZON region in Luzon, just 30 kilometers south of Manila. Cavite is surrounded by Laguna to the east, Metro Manila to the northeast, and Batangas to the south...

 el Viejo
El Viejo
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 (now Kawit), whose parish church
Parish church
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 was built by the Jesuits during the administration of Manila Archbishop Garcia Serrano, 1618-1629. For more than a century and a half the people of Imus had to endure walking or traveling 4.5 kilometres (2.8 mi) of dirt road to attend religious services or transact official business in the town proper. The difficulty of communication between Imus and Cavite el Viejo was long-standing complaint of the Imuseños until another religious order, the Augustinian Recollects
Augustinian Recollects
-History:The Order of Augustinian Recollects or simply the Augustinian Recollects are a Roman Catholic mendicant Catholic religious order of friars and nuns. They are a reformist offshoot from the Augustinian hermit friars and follow the same Rule of St...

, as a consequence of the British occupation of Manila in 1762, established a parish church in Imus, in what is now known as Bayang Luma.

However, the church site was far from the estate house of the 11100 hectares (27,428.7 acre) hacienda
Hacienda is a Spanish word for an estate. Some haciendas were plantations, mines, or even business factories. Many haciendas combined these productive activities...

 acquired in 1686 by the Recollect Corporation, and when the church was destroyed by the strong typhoon of September 1779, the Recollect Friars transferred it to barrio Toclong, and finally to sitio de Balangon, now the town plaza of Imus.

With the establishment of the Recollect parish the people of Imus gained their religious emancipation from the Jesuit-run parish of Cavite el Viejo. The Recollects, however, would not be content with little victory or achievement. In 1774, Recollect Fr. Pedro San Buenaventura petitioned the government to "separate the inquilinos (tenants) of Imus from the political jurisdiction of the government of "Cavite el Viejo". After a considerable time of waiting, the petition was granted and Imus became an independent municipality on October 3, 1795.


There are at least four versions on the origin of the name of the municipality. Imus is a Tagalog word meaning "piece of land cutting into the junction of two rivers." Not two but three rivers pass through Imus and irrigate its lands. A second version is a rationalization of a geographical fact.

Some intellectuals of the town theorized that the name "Imus" originated from the Latin word infimus, meaning lowland. The town of Imus is usually used as reference when one compares the altitudes of different places in Cavite province. For instance, Imus is described as lowland, and the neighboring towns of Silang
Silang, Cavite
The Municipality of Silang is a first class landlocked municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines. According to the 2009 census, it has a population of 234,285 people in an area of . Silang is located in the eastern section of Cavite...

, Indang, Amadeo, Mendez
Mendez, Cavite
Mendez is a 4th class urban municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines. According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 26,757 people in an area of 43.27 square kilometers.-History:...

, Alfonso and Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo as upland towns. Tagaytay City
Tagaytay City
The City of Tagaytay is a second class city in the province of Cavite, Philippines. Only away from Manila via Aguinaldo Highway, it is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. Tagaytay City provides a good view of the Taal Volcano...

 is at the peak of a mountain ridge, and Imus at the foot.

Although there is no verifiable source of this theory, it has also been said that the name Imus is derived from the word centimos, the smallest unit of metal currency during the Spanish time. Once upon a time a detachment of Spanish soldiers was stationed at the Recollect estate house, and after they left a few natives scrounged the place for articles left behind. They found a number of coins-centimos-and went away exclaiming in utter delight, "Centimos! Centimos!". The place has since been identified as Imus.

Still, another legend is that of a young mother crooning her child to sleep with a plaintive Tagalog ditty called "limos." A group of Spanish soldiers, who had gone there for the first time, asked her name of the place, and the woman, thinking that they were asking her the name of the song, answered "Limos". The Spaniards went away muttering the last syllable "imus".

Etymology of barangay names

Equally interesting are the origins of the names of some barrios of Imus. For instance, barrio Malagasang got its name from the fact that its numerous feuds with neighboring barangays it rarely suffered any loss of human life - "di malagasan" in Tagalog. Barrio Bucandala, on the other hand, is descriptive of its configuration i.e., looking like an open fish net (bukang dala). The historic barrio of Alapan, where the first successful battle of the second phase of the Revolution took place on May 28, 1898, derived its name from an incident involving a Spanish officer, who being there for the first time, inquired about the name of the place were the people were busy sorting out, looking for something from a huge pile of farm implements. Thinking that he was asking what they were doing, one of the natives replied, "Hanapan po ng kasangkapan" (We are looking for farm implements). Though the story is not quite plausible, one can take it or leave it!

Legend has it that in barrio Anabu there lived a Chinese man who fell head over heels in love with a local lass. The maiden did not reciprocate his affection, however, and one day the girl eloped with her local lover. Learning about it, the Chinese man broke down. He ran about the village crying loudly, "Ana bo! Ana bo!" (Ana is gone! Ana is gone!) Not long after the Chinese man died, and to perpetuate the memory of the incident the place was called "Ana-bo", which eventually evolved into Anabu.

The barrio of Karsadang Bago (meaning new road) lies along a newly built road linking barrio Tinabunan (covered) to the poblacion of Imus. Likewise, the barrio of Bayang Luma (old town) is descriptive of its name. The barrio of Medicion was named after two sisters, Medy and Sion, whose untimely death left their disconsolate mother crying, "Medy! Sion! Medy! Sion!" The name of barrio Toclong, so goes another legend, was mimicking of the dull, hollow sound of the first church bell heard in that place, "To clong! To clong!"

First Wagayway Festival marking Imus as the Philippine flag capital

On May 28, 2008, Imus witnessed the reenactment of the historic Battle of Alapan in 1898 at battle amid explosions of gunpowder and intermittent cries of "Fuego! (Fire!)" and "Sugod, mga kapatid! (Charge, brothers!)," by 400 natives. Mayor Manny Maliksi with Cesar Virata
Cesar Virata
Cesar Enrique Aguinaldo Virata is a former Prime Minister of the Philippines from 1981-1986 under the Interim Batasang Pambansa and the Regular Batasang Pambansa. One of the Philippines' business leaders and leading technocrats, he served as Finance Minister from 1970 during the Marcos regime and...

 (Enrique Aguinaldo Virata), a grandnephew of Emilio Aguinaldo
Emilio Aguinaldo
Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy was a Filipino general, politician, and independence leader. He played an instrumental role during the Philippines' revolution against Spain, and the subsequent Philippine-American War or War of Philippine Independence that resisted American occupation...

, inter alia, led the launching of the festival during the program for the National Flag Day
Flag Day
A flag day is a flag-related holiday—either a day designated for flying a certain flag , or a day set aside to celebrate a historical event such as a nation's adoption of its flag....

: "The core of the celebration is sincere love and respect for our flag. Let us love the flag which symbolizes our freedom. For whoever loves the flag, loves our country," he said during the program for National Flag Day.

Imus as the Cavite provincial capital

On June 11, 1977, then President Ferdinand Marcos
Ferdinand Marcos
Ferdinand Emmanuel Edralin Marcos, Sr. was a Filipino leader and an authoritarian President of the Philippines from 1965 to 1986. He was a lawyer, member of the Philippine House of Representatives and a member of the Philippine Senate...

 issued Presidential Decree No. 1163, which transferred the provincial capital of Cavite from Trece Martires City
Trece Martires City
The City of Trece Martires is a third-class city in the province of Cavite, Philippines. The city serves as the seat of government of the Cavite, where many of the provincial government offices are located...

 to Imus. There is no other enabling law after that specifies the capital of Cavite, but the seat of the provincial government was moved back to Trece Martires in 1979.

Lone District of the Municipality of Imus

A bill was filed by Congressman
Congress of the Philippines
The Congress of the Philippines is the national legislature of the Republic of the Philippines. It is a bicameral body consisting of the Senate , and the House of Representatives although commonly in the Philippines the term congress refers to the latter.The Senate is composed of 24 senators half...

 Joseph Abaya with co-authors Congressman Pidi Barzaga and Crispin Remulla to create the municipality of Imus as a separate district. The bill was supported by Senator Panfilo Lacson
Panfilo Lacson
Panfilo "Ping" Morena Lacson, Sr. is a Filipino politician. He was Director-General of the Philippine National Police from 1999 to 2001 and has been a member of the Philippine Senate since 2001.-Early life and education:...

, Senator Richard Gordon
Richard Gordon (politician)
Richard "Dick" Juico Gordon is a Filipino politician and broadcaster who currently serves as the chairman of the Philippine National Red Cross....

 and Senator Bong Revilla
Bong Revilla
Ramon "Bong" Revilla, Jr. , is a Filipino actor, politician and senator of the Republic of the Philippines. In 2009, he legally changed his last name to Bong Revilla....

. On October 22, 2009, Republic Act 9727 was approved by the President of the Philippines
President of the Philippines
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 creating the lone municipality of Imus as the "Third District of Cavite".

Local Officials

  • Mayor: Homer T. Saquilayan
  • Vice Mayor: Armando I. Ilano
  • Councilors:
    • Shernan S. Jaro
    • Emilio S. Aguinaldo V
    • Argel Joseph E. Reyes
    • Mary Jemeny V. Yulo-Guinto
    • Arnel M. Cantimbuhan
    • Dennis T. Lacson
    • Jeffrey V. Asistio
    • Oscar B. de Quiroz
    • Exequiel B. Ropeta Jr.(Liga ng mga Barangay President)
    • Darlon Jay S. Sayarot (Sangguniang Kabataan President)

1995-1998 (10th Congress)

HB08960 was filed by Congresman Renato P. Dragon with other cityhood bills of Bacoor (HB 08959) and Dasmariñas (HB 08931). It did not push through

2010 (15th Congress)

Congressman Erineo Maliksi filed HB01989 which will create the city of Imus. The bill was filed last August 3, 2010

Municipal heads

  • Licerio Topacio (1888–1890)
  • Cayetano Topacio (1890–1892)
  • Angel Buenaventura (1892–1894)

Capitanes Municipal
  • Bernardino Paredes (1894–1896)
  • Jose Tagle
    Jose Tagle
    José Tagle y Santarin was roled in the Battle of Imus. But, little is known of the man since people who knew him said he was self-effacing, loved privacy and shunned public attention.-Early Life:...

  • Valentin Conejo (1898)
  • Juan Castaneda (1898)

Municipal Presidents
  • Donato Virata (1900–1903)
  • Juan Fajardo (1903)
  • Licerio Topacio (1903)
  • Pedro Bueneventura (1903–1904)
  • Pantaleon Garcia (1904–1905)
  • Felipe Topacio (1905–1909)
  • Maximo Abad (1910–1912)
  • Felipe Topacio (1912–1915)
  • Cecilio Kamantigue (1915–1919)
  • Felix Paredes (1919–1925)
  • Blas Mallari (1925–1928)
  • Epifanio Gabriel (1928–1931)

Municipal Mayors
  • Dominador Camerino (1931–1943)
  • Elpidio Osteria (1941–1944)
  • Alfredo Saqui (1944–1945)
  • Fortunato Remulla (1945)
  • Dominador Ilano (1946–1963)
  • Dominador Camerino (1964–1967)
  • Manuel Paredes (1967)
  • Jose V. Jamir (1968–1988)
  • Erineo S. Maliksi (1988–1998)
  • Ricardo Paredes (acting, 1998)
  • Oscar Jaro (1998–2007)
  • Emmauel L. Maliksi (2007–2010)
  • Homer Saquilayan (2010–2013)

Schools and Colleges

All schools and colleges are currently arranged alphabetically.
  • Alapan I-A Elementary School
  • Angelorum School
  • Ann Mariss Montessori School
  • Benedictine Institute of Learning
  • Casa Real Montessori Inc.
  • Cavite De La Salle Institute (Imus, Cavite)
  • Cavite State University
    Cavite State University
    The Cavite State University , formerly known as Don Severino Agricultural College , is a premier university in the province of Cavite. It was established by the Thomasites as a pioneer intermediate school in 1906...

     - College of Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Brentwood School
  • Del Pilar Academy
  • De La Carese Montessori
  • Elizabeth Seton School - South
  • Emmanuel Christian College
  • Fiat Lux Academe
  • [General Emilio Aguinaldo National High School]
  • Gov D M Camerino Elementary School
  • Haven of Wisdom Academy
  • Hansel and Gretel School of Cavite
  • Holy Spirit School of Imus
  • Imus Computer College (ICC) Imus Branch
  • Imus Institute
    Imus institute
    The Imus Institute is a co-educational, non-sectarian private school in the town of Imus, in the province of Cavite, Philippines. Founded in 1923, it is the oldest secondary school recognized by the government in the province...

  • Imus National High School
  • Imus Pilot Elementary School
  • Imus Unida Christian School
  • Informatics Computer Institute (Robinsons Place Imus)
  • International British Academy
  • Jesus Good Shepherd School
    Jesus Good Shepherd School
    Jesus Good Shepherd School , founded in 1965, is a private Catholic coeducational institution at Barangay Palico II, Imus, in the province of Cavite, in the Philippines...

  • La Asuncion Montessori of Cavite
  • La Trinidad Academy
  • La Verne Academy
  • Maranatha Christian Academy
  • Memorare Academe of Cavite
  • Montessori Professional College
  • Our Lady of the Pillar Catholic School
  • Southern Philippines Institute of Science and Technology
  • Southdale International School of Science, Arts and Technology
  • Southwoods School of Cavite
  • St. Emilene Academe
  • St. Francis Of Assisi College
  • St. John Fisher School
  • St. Odilard School
  • Seriah Academy
  • Shammah Christian School Pre-school
  • Shammah Christian School Elementary Department
  • Shammah Christian School High School Department
  • Tierra Santa Montessori School
  • Tinabunan Elementary School
  • Unida Christian colleges
    Unida christian colleges
    Unida Christian Colleges is a Christian academic institution located in Anabu 1 F, Imus, Cavite, Philippines. The institute currently offers Pre-Elementary, Grade School, High School, and College.- History :...

  • Victorious Christian Montessori Imus


  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • Roman Catholic Church
  • Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ)
  • Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ (4th Watch)
  • Foursquare Church
  • United Methodist Church
  • Conservative Baptist Church
  • Born Again Christian Fellowships (Jesus Faith Christian Fellowship, Jesus Is Lord, Victory, Word for the World, Community Harvest, Community of Praise, Jesus Christ Spreading the Good News, Lord's Vineyard Covenant Community etc.)
  • The United Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ (Oneness Apostolic)
  • Philippine Independent Church (Aglipayan)
  • Seventh-day Adventist Church

Notable people from Imus

  • Kaye Abad
    Kaye Abad
    Katherine Grace Cosme Abad , better known as Kaye Abad, is a Filipino-American actress. She is the sister of former child star, Sarah Jane Abad-Contreras, Kaye's sister Sarah Jane now married to a Kamikazee lead singer Jay Contreras.She is a member of ABS-CBN's Star Magic...

  • Christian Bautista
    Christian Bautista
    Christian Joseph Morata Bautista , more popularly known by his screen name Christian Bautista, is a Filipino singer, actor, host, and model. He was a finalist of Star In A Million, a Philippine reality show aired on ABS-CBN channel, winning the 4th place in the competition in 2003...

  • Panfilo Lacson
    Panfilo Lacson
    Panfilo "Ping" Morena Lacson, Sr. is a Filipino politician. He was Director-General of the Philippine National Police from 1999 to 2001 and has been a member of the Philippine Senate since 2001.-Early life and education:...

  • Ayong Maliksi
    Ayong Maliksi
    Erineo Saquilayan Maliksi is a Filipino politician. He is the current congressman from the newly apportioned Third Congressional District of Cavite, also known as the Lone District of Imus. He served as Governor of the Philippines Province of Cavite from 2001 to 2007. He is known as Ayong by his...

  • Gilbert Remulla
    Gilbert Remulla
    Gilbert Cesar Remulla is a Filipino newscaster and politician.-Biography:Gilbert is the seventh and youngest child of former Governor Juanito Remulla and Ditas Catibayan Remulla...

  • Juanito Remulla
  • Ramon Revilla, Sr.
  • Ramon Revilla, Jr.
    Ramon Revilla, Jr.
    Born Jose Acuña Bautista on March 8, 1927 in Imus, Cavite. he assumed the name Ramon Revilla when he entered the movies.In his initial showbiz entry, the young Ramon Revilla was cast only in bit roles which was not enough for him so he left the movies to become head of the Secret Service Unit of...

  • Marian Rivera
    Marian Rivera
    Marian Rivera is a Filipina actress and occasional singer-dancer. Her first TV role came in 2005 via TAPE Inc.'s afternoon drama, Kung Mamahalin Mo Lang Ako in the lead that was aired in GMA Network. In 2007 she was cast for the title role in the Philippine remake of MariMar...

  • Luis Antonio Tagle
    Luis Antonio Tagle
    Tagle was appointed Bishop of the Diocese of Imus on October 22, 2001, and ordained on December 12, 2001.At the first gathering of bishops under Pope Benedict XVI in 2005, the Synod of Bishops, he made one of the seven speeches from the floor, about the inadequacy of the number of priests in the...

  • Cesar Virata
    Cesar Virata
    Cesar Enrique Aguinaldo Virata is a former Prime Minister of the Philippines from 1981-1986 under the Interim Batasang Pambansa and the Regular Batasang Pambansa. One of the Philippines' business leaders and leading technocrats, he served as Finance Minister from 1970 during the Marcos regime and...

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