Landmarks in Hagonoy,Taguig City,District 1
St. Michael, during world war II, according to some people, defended and protected the Hagonoy townsfolk who were held captives by the Japanese. He presented himself as a small boy wearing a red shirt and pants to the American soldier, and led the latter to the site where captives are kept. This eventually marked the victory over the Japanese when all prisoners were released and all enemies were defeated.
Founded 1991, the feast of St. Michael is celebrated twice in the Barangay. First is on May 8 which people term as popular feast because it is the day in which St. Michael appeared at Mt. Gargano in Italy way back in the 5th Century. Hence, this is also a harvesting season of the Barangay where people attributed its bountiful reward to the saint. The second feast is on September 29 called the Liturgical feast, according to the Roman Calendar of the Church. For more information, you can visit their official facebook St. Michael Parish Hagonoy Taguig.
Formerly known as a Science Special class, Taguig Science High School was established and was made possible in collaboration with the Department of Education (Philippines) – Division of Taguig and Pateros, then Schools Division Superintendent, Jovita O. Calixihan.