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Digos City is politically subdivided into 26 barangays. * Aplaya * Balabag * Binaton * Cogon * Colorado * Dawis * Dulangan * Goma * Igpit * Kapatagan * Kiagot * Lungag * Mahayahay * Matti * Ruparan * San Agustin * San Jose * San Miguel (Odaca) * San Roque * Sinawilan * Soong * Tiguman * Tres de Mayo * Zone I * Zone II * Zone III
Catholic Congregations, Churches, Formation Center and Monateries
* Our lady of Peace Monastery(Benedictine-Cogon) * Apostolic Daughters of Mary Formation Center * St. Benedict's Monastery * Mary Mediatrix of All Grace Cathedral * San Isidro Labrador Parish Church * Our Lady of Mt. Apo Parish * Camillian Sisters Formation Center * Dominican Sisters of the Trinity House * Society of Mary Fathers Formation Center * Divine Mercy Shrine * John Paul II College Seminary * Diocesan Seminar House (Home of the Clergy) * Brothers of the Sacred Heart * Rligious of the Virgin Mary Sisters(RVM) * Carmelite Missionaries(CM) * Workers of Christ the Worker Sisters(WCW) * Oblates of St. Benedict(OSB) * Presentation of Mary Sisters (PM)
* Digos City Public Cemetery- San Jose, Digos City * Digos Memorial Park - Tres de Mayo, Digos City * Digos City New Cemetery - (Proposed) * Kapatagan Public Cemetery * Goma Public Cemetery - Goma, Digos City
Digos City is a second class, partially urbanized component city at present in the province of Davao del Sur, Philippines. The city strategicaly lies on the eastern shores of Davao Gulf and southern foothills of Mt. Apo in the island of Mindanao. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 125,171 people in 26,306 households. Digos City is now a part of (Metropolitan Davao) Metro Davao and is known as the mango city of Philippines. In 2000, Digos was converted into a city.
There are a number of public schools present in this new born metropolis like Ramon Magsaysay Central Elementary School, Don Mariano Marcos Elementary School, and Digos Central Elementary School some of the public schools are situated in barangays and communities. Digos City has a school named as Digos City National High School formerly, Davao del Sur National High School. As a public high school, it has a big population of students.In this school, many programs are being offered like the Engineering and Science Education Program (ESEP)- with 10 subjects instead of 8, Special Program in the Arts (SPA)-with an additional subject on a students artistics inclination, Special Education . Other public High School were Ruparan National High School, Kapatagan National High School,Igpit National High School and Aplaya National High School is under negotiation. The primer tertiary school in Digos City which is popularly known is the POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE OF DAVAO DEL SUR (PCDS) located at MacArthur Highway, Digos City. The graduates of PCDS are very competent and globally competitive especially nurses since PCDS is a pioneer nursing school in Digos City with a Category A classification at the Davao Medical Center (DMC). The school administration knows the students' needs and runs the school properly. The school offers the following courses: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, BS in Criminology, Nursing Aide, Midwifery, Hotel & Restaurant Management, Sunday High School Program, Assoc. in Radiologic Technology and Caregiver. In the Coming Years, Pcds will be offering allied medical courses such as BS in Hospitality Management, BS Radiologic Technology and other courses in Information Technology. The PCDS campus slogan is "PCDS: "Sharpening the minds for a better tomorrow". The pioneer collegiate institution in Digos City is the University of Mindanao - Digos Branch. It is one of the 10 branches of the University of Mindanao which is the biggest university in Davao City in terms of student population and facility. The University of Mindanao- Digos Branch or UMDB was established in 1949 and is one of the oldest universities in Southern Philippines. Located in Digos City, it has contributed immensely to the rapid growth of Southern Mindanao through its successful graduates, both in private and the public sector. The University of Mindanao has ten (10) branches spread over thirteen (13) campuses in Southern Mindanao. It has a total student population of 29,765 (SY 2007-08). It is the largest private university in Mindanao with the most number of PACUCOA accredited programs in the country today. It is a non-sectarian school offering the most number of college programs in this part of the country.(Courtesy of yonix/PCOPres.S.Y.07-08) There are also private catholic sectarian schools in the city that offers religious education incorporated into its curriculum, Cor Jesu College(Formerly Holy Cross of Digos Boys Department) and HOLY CROSS ACADEMY of DIGOS (Formerly Holy Cross OF Digos for Girls)in which in the future will be name Saint Mary's College of Digos in 2009(HCAD). Cor Jesu College and Holy Cross Academy of Digos Before are just one intity with humble beginning started on 1947 under the administration of the PME Fathers from Quebec, Canada. Due to changing time, Holy Cross of Digos was defused and separated, Holy Cross Academy of Digos was located in Gallarde Street, Digos City under the administration of the Religious of the Virgin Mary or popularly known as the RVM Sisters while Cor Jesu College was under the management of the Canadian brothers known as the brothers of the Sacred Heart. The school has 2 campuses, the main campus is located at the western area of the city at Sacred Heart Avenue and the other one is in power, tres de mayo . The school aims to fully transform a person witnessing the compassionate love of God. It offers Basic Education (Kindergarten, Grade School and High School); College with a wide variety of courses such as Education, Accountancy, Engineering, Law, Nursing, Graduate School, and Sunday College; and Vocational Technology courses such as Mechanical and Automotive Technology, Driving Lessons, and Welding. COR JESU COLLEGE is applying to be a university since it has the accreditation of level 3 status by PAASCU (Phil. Association Of Accredited Schools, Colleges and Universities). Every year, it produced hundred of globally competent graduates in different fields of human endeavor. One of its graduates is Mayor Rodrigo Duterte of Davao City. * Philippine International Technological School (PITS) * Systems Technology Institute (STI) * Southern Mindanao Computer College (SMCC) * Adventure College Of Technology And Science (ACTS) * Digos Institute Of Technical Education (DITE) * MINTS * SPAMAST * SSMTI * CCS * HHTI * TDTI * ICC
FM,AM & TV Station
* DXRM Gold FM - 93.5 MHz - Kalayaan Broadcasting System * DXOS Hot FM - 88.9 MHz - Manila Broadcasting Company * DXDA Charm FM - 94.3 MHz - Andulana/PFCCA Broadcasting Incorporated * DXDS Radyo Ukay - 1161 kHz - Univ. of Mindanao Broadcasting Network * Channel 11,17 - Community CH./DETALYE News, Chat TV - DCATV Broadcasting Company
Fiestas and Festivals
* Sinulog sa Digos - every January 15 * San Isidrio Labrador - every May 15 * Padigosan Festival - every July 19 * Mary Mediatrix - every August 22 * Araw ng Digos - every September 8 * October Fest in Shark Beach Resort (Dawis Beach) - every whole October * GKK/BEC (Gagmay'ng Kristohanong Katilingban/Basic Ecclessial Community) Fiestas - Depends on the feast day of the patron saint.
In the early days, Digos was a watercourse, a meeting place of inhabitants belonging to the Austronesians settled along the southern foothills of Mt. Apo. The Digos River meets the Davao Gulf and it is ideal for fishing and bathing. During the Spanish Era, a group of natives carrying bows and arrows were approached by some Spaniards traversing the very fertile tracks of land in Davao. One Lopez Jaena Pacheco, a conquistador during the administration of Governor Claveria serving as the head of the group, inquired about the name of the place from the barefooted natives. Believing that the Spaniards were asking where they were bound to, the natives answered "Padigus", which means "to take a bathe". Since then the place was identified as Digos. As a portion of the "food bowl" of the province of Davao del Sur, otherwise known as the Padada Valley, Digos lured many migrants, majority of whom came from the Visayas and Ilocos regions to settle permanently in the area. Before World War II, an enterprising American by the name of N.E. Crumb leased 10.24 kmÂ² and transformed the place into an Abaca Plantation. This became the hub of economic activity in the locality during those days. Digos was occupied by the Japanese troops in 1942. In 1945, through the brave efforts of the combined forces of the Philippine Commonwealth Army, the local DavaoeÃ±o guerrilla units from the Davao peninsula, and the United States military, the Japanese soldiers were defeated. Through the initiation of then Congressman Apolinario Cabigon, Digos, became a regular municipality in 1949 by virtue of Presidential Executive Order No. 236, dated July 19, 1949 issued by President Quirino. Its Coverage included the barrios of Tres de Mayo, Goma Bansalan, Matanao, Darapuay and the Poblacion where the seat of government was located. Before its creation into a municipality, Digos was a barrio of Sta. cruz, a town 16 kilometers away. On 19 July 1949, the town was formally inaugurated with Benito Rabor appointed as Mayor. Digos in later years, before its conversion into a city, was regarded as the capital town of the Province of Davao del Sur, long before it gained the status of a First Class Municipality in 1993, being center for trade, commerce and education, accruing to its strategic location at the cross point of two principal thoroughfares in the south. In July 1998, the bid to convert into a city was moved and initiated by Hon. Mayor Arsenio A. Latasa, considering its very satisfactory qualificationas required for in R.A. 7160 House Bill No. 5672 dated November 24, 1998 of Congress authored by Hon. Congressman Douglas Ra. Cagas, led to the drafting of Republic Act 8798, converting the Municipality of Digos into a component City of Davao del Sur, which was signed by President Joseph E. Estrada on July 14, 2000 and ratified by the DigoseÃ±os on September 8, 2000.
Hospitals & Clinics
* Digos Doctors Hospital * Medical Center of Digos Cooperative * Gonzales-Maranan Clinic and Hospital * Davao del Sur Provincial Hospital * Davao del Sur Medical Specialist * Sunga Hospital Inc. * Digos Mission Hospital * Paulino Hospital Inc. * Dominican Hospital Inc. * Llanos Clinic and Hospital * Masongsong ENT Clinic * Villegas Maternity Center * Digos Maternity and lying-in Clinic (Monarca) * Bethlehem Birthing Home * Mayor's Lying Inn - Birthing Home * Digos Bone and Skin Specialists, 1st Crumb St * St.Camillus Home For The Elderly * Medic-Pharmaceutical Center
Other Religious Denomination
* Seventh-Day Adventist(SDA) * Iglesia Ni Christo(INC) * UCCP * Jehovah Witnesses * Bible Baptist Church * Southern Baptist Church * Mormons * Methodist Church * ISLAM (Muslim) * Philippine Independent Church
* Gaisano Center * Warehouse Club * MC Square * Happy Place * Novo Plazza * U-Well Center * RS Centerpoint * Pas-Roy Merchandise