Bridging and keeping open avenues of communication to all our stake holders is of paramount concern to the PMMA Administration, for it aims to keep you abreast of what is new in the Academy.
In our sincere efforts to reach out to as many quarters in the industry and be sensitive enough to the needs of our beneficial working partners, we seek to further improve our working processes to ensure a more efficient and effective delivery of public service.
Continues improvement is the order of the day and we welcome your feedbacks and views geared to further up lifting the current operational readiness of the Academy.
We are here to be a part of the efforts of the national government in nation building by bringing positive developmental changes and serving as catalyst through our graduates on different parts of the country and across the globe as well.
San Narciso is famous for its beaches that is suited for surfing. Many local celebrities have already visited San Narciso to surf in its beaches which is nearest to Manila, a mere 4 hour drive away.
The Philippine Merchant Marine Academy or PMMA is located here. San Narciso also houses one of the best college institutions in southern Zambales, Magsaysay Memorial College, which offers bachelors courses and other 2-year courses. Also located in San Narciso is the Zambales academy, one of the oldest secondary education institution in the province, it is where the former president Ramon Magsaysay took his secondary education.
The Municipality of San Narciso was founded in the early part of 18th century. The migrants from the Ilocandia arrived in the municipality and established their settlement in Alusiis. It was the first name of the Pueblo which later became San Narciso. San Narciso is the first name of the pueblo which later became San Narciso. San Narcsio is the official name of the town by a Royale Decree issued by the Spanish Governor General Narciso Claveria and Archbishop Jose Soque In February 12, 1846.