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JOSE RIZAL : FORMAL EDUCATION

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SOME INFORMATION ABOUT JOSE RIZAL'S INFORMAL EDUCATION:
Rizal’s parents
decided to send him to a
private school in Biñan.
Early formal education at biñan
Rizal

Accompanied by

Paciano

left Calamba for Biñan
in 1869.
Rizal

stayed
in his Aunt
Tomasa Mercado
.
Rizal

surpassed his classmates in Spanish, Latin, and other subjects.
His
older spanish classmates
were
jealous and squealed to the teacher
whenever he had fights.
He
usually received 5 to 6 blows
while laid out on a bench.
JOSE RIZAL : FORMAL EDUCATION
Martyrdom of gomburzA
At
February 17 1872.
Father
Gomez, Burgos
and
Zamora
were implicated and executed.
GOMBURZA were

leaders of Secularization Movement.
The 3 Fathers
inspired Rizal
to fight the
Spanish Tyranny

1891, the second novel
El Filibustirismo dedicated to GOMBURZA.
Injustice to his Mother
Doña Teodora
was arrested on a malicious that she aided his father Jose Alberto in trying poison his wife.
Ateneo Municipal in Intramuros, Manila
hIS eDUCATION AT ATENEO
In June 1872,
aged 11
,
Rizal
started attending the Jesuit-run
Ateneo Municipal in Intramuros, Manila.
At the
Ateneo
, his varied i
ntellectual and artistic gifts
began to
develop
and mature all at once.
His command of
Spanish
also vastly
improved
, no doubt aided by his wide readings and his conscious effort to improve his already retentive memory.
With new-found confidence, and encouraged by one of his teacher, he started writing in that language.
He was
Top Student
in his class and and consistent
medalist
and his grades in all subject were excellent.
He finished his
bachelor’s degree
at the Ateneo when he was
15
.
after Rizal graduated from Ateneo,
his father decided to send him to the
University of Santo Thomas (UST)
at university oF sANTo tomas
University of Santo Thomas (UST)
- a
Dominican Institution
He initially
enrolled in metaphysics
to
humor his father
, but as a practical alternative, took up land surveying at the Ateneo at the same time
Only on finding out, upon
returning to Calamba
for the Christmas vacation, that his
mother was getting blind
from a
cataract-a condition
her imprisonment could have brought on, did
he make up his mind to study medicine
, along with philosophy and letters. He did so starting in 1878,
when he was 17.
He did
not excel in his medical studies
, but in philosophy and letters, particularly poetry, he distinguished himself even outside campus. In 1879, his poem,
"A La Juventud Filipino"
("To Philippine Youth") won
first prize
in a contest sponsored by
Manila’s Liceo Artistico-Literario
.
In 1880, in another Liceo-sponsored literary contest, held in observance of the Spain’s most famous writer, Miguel de Cervantes,
Rizal again won top prize-and national prominence, beating even peninsular Spaniard, writing in their own language.
Even while he was at the Ateneo
, the idea had occurred to Rizal that, to
fulfill his mission, he would have to go abroad
. Toward the latter part of his stay at UST, this idea-in confidential consultations with his brother
Paciano
, who shared and encouraged his emerging political attitudes and convictions - had firmed up. It is said that around 1876, the brothers had entered a secret pact whereby Paciano would be the one to take care of the family, specially their aging parents, and he, the Filipino reformist cause, which necessarily meant going to Europe to better prepare himself for the task. Part of it was their understanding that only one of them would marry.
Rizal left on May 3, 1882
, saying goodbye to his parents through a letter delivered to them when he was already seaborne. A decrepit Spanish ship first took him to Singapore. From there, he boarded a modern French liner for Marseilles, France, which he reached on June 13. Two days later, he was in his way to Spain on a night train. In September he left for Spanish capital, to
enroll
at its
Universidad Central de Madrid (UCM)
.
GOMBURZA
Teodora Alonso
Ateneo Municipal in Intramuros, Manila
At the age of 15 at Ateneo
Jose Rizal
when studying at ateneo at the
age of 11 yrs old
Rizal’s
first teacher was his mother
,
Teodora Alonso
. As a tutor, Doña Teodora discovered that her son had a creative and in-depth talent for poetry so she encouraged him to write poems to reduce the monotony of memorizing the ABC’s and to stimulate her son’s imagination.
As Rizal grew older,
his parents employed private tutors
. His first private tutor was
Maestro Celestino
, followed by
Maestro Lucas Padua
and later, an old man named
Leon Monroy
. Monroy lived at the Rizal residence and
instructed Jose in Spanish and Latin.



On June 10 1872, Rizal took the entrance examination at
San Juan de Letran College
. He passed the qualifying tests in
Christian doctrine, reading and arithmetic
. This entitled him t0 admission at the Ateneo.
At the Ateneo he ventures into the wider vitas of knowledge and
became attracted to history , philosophy, science snd poetry
.
Rizal grew in the
art in the art of rheotics and the art of developing independent judgement
.
Ateneo had taught him that the mind could conquer
nature and matter
.
His Academic Performance at the UST was below of his standard at the Ateneo, his general average was only "good". Feeling that the
Dominican friars
and their uninspiring methods of instruction were conducive to academic growth, he quit the university.
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