3. VISION The Southern Iloilo Polytechnic College WVCST - Miagao Campus as a center of development in technological and academic degree programs
4. MISSION The Southern Iloilo Polytechnic College is committed to the holistic development of human beings through technological, liberal, and lifelong education with the integration of the institutional core values of global competitiveness.
5. GOALS To promote and maintain quality education in the fields of technological and academic degrees pursuant to the regional and national development goals and to develop new curricula
7. 1944-1945 Founding year of the school Miagao Regional High School Cruz Sedotes, Principal After the war, refresher subjects were offered to those whose schooling is interrupted during wartime. The marketplace served as the schoolhouse .
8. 1947 The birth of Miagao High School It offered regular high school subjects. It turned out hundreds of graduates.
9. 1958 Conversion of MHS to Miagao Vocational School RA 1957 Dr. Pedro C. Trono Congressman of the First District of Iloilo Mayor Dioscoro N. Mueda Rosauro de Leon, First Principal The school offered vocational subjects in handloom weaving, dressmaking, cooking, ceramics, agriculture, carpentry, etc.
10. 1960s Donato V. Opena, Administrator Construction of the school’s infrastructure MVS received the National Science Development Board(NSDB) aid for a research in handloom weaving and designing
11. 1970s Adriano Sullesta, Administrator Renovation, repair and reconstruction of administration, academic and shop buildings SY 1974-75 MVS was made a pilot school by the Educational Development Projects Implementing Task Force(EDPITAF) with the aid from the World Bank
12. SY 1975-76 MVS was adjudged Most Outstanding Secondary Trade School in Region VI SY 1976-77 The Weaver, the official school publication with Miss Rosalia N. Noble, adviser won several prizes in division, tri-regional and national writing contests.
13. 1977 Start of the offering of the Two-Year Trade Technical curriculum as approved by DEC, Enclosure No. 2 to Department Order No. 2,s 1975 Courses offered were Technical Industrial Electricity, Technical Stationary and Marine Engineering, Technical Furniture and Cabinet Making, Technical Machine Shop Practice, Technical Garments Trades and Technical Handloom Weaving
14. 1984 MVS Conversion to SIPC Assemblyman Salvador “Buddy” Britanico Father of the Conversion Jose V. Francisco, Administrator 1987 SIPC was selected as one of the priority schools to offer One-Year Technician Curriculum with concentration on Refrigeration and Airconditioning Technology
15. 1989 Start of the offering of the Two-Year Certificate of Technology replacing the One-Year Technician Curriculum Additional shop courses were Automotive Technology and Electrical Technology 1990s Construction of the Technology Building under the administration of Dr. Gerardo Solas
16. 1994 Faculty and Staff held a cultural show “Pasundayag” at the Miagao Plaza The swimming pool was constructed for the marine students Senator Gloria Macapagal Arroyo was invited as Guest Speaker during the 10th Foundation Day of SIPC Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago was invited as Commencement Speaker SIPC was under the CHED Supervision
18. 2000 Tribu Daplong was declared Grand champion during the Salakayan Festival in Miagao November 27, 2000 Integration of SIPC to WVCST pursuant to RA No. 7722, RA No. 8292, RA No. 760 June 15, 2001 Launching of the Rosemar Techaid Foundation based on WVCST Board of Trustees Resolution No. 6/13/2001-45 Turn-over Ceremony for the fifty-one computer units donated by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bole of RTF
19. March 2002 Dr. Muyong was appointed as Campus Dean June 2002 Start of the offering of BS Infotech and BSED TLE August 27, 2002 Phasing out of the Secondary Program June 2003 Start of the offering of BSED Social Studies, Math; BSHRT, BSAT, BSELX and BSELT
21. June 2004 Offering of BSED (Science) October-December 2004 Construction and Blessing of the Gazebo study sheds