Established on June 27, 1923, Philippine Cultural College (formerly Philippine Cultural High School) is the first and the oldest Chinese Filipino secondary school in the country. It is a non-stock, non-profit, and non-sectarian co-educational education institution offering pre-school, and PAASCU-accredited grade school and high school programs that emphasize the teaching of English, Filipino and Mandarin, and Mathematics, Science and Information Technology. In S.Y. 2008-2009, it started offering college education.
       Philippine Cultural College maintains two campuses, one in Manila and another in Caloocan City. The Manila campus 6-story building is situated at 1253 Jose Abad Santos Street in Tondo, Manila. The Caloocan campus, on the other hand, is situated at 175 8th Avenue Extension, Grace Park, Caloocan City. The school provides facilities such as libraries, instructional media center, internet laboratory, computer laboratories, speech laboratory, science room, physics laboratory, chemistry laboratory, biology laboratory, multi-media room, audio-visual room, auditorium, basketball gymnasium and other sports facilities, student cooperative store and cafeteria.
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