January 11, 2018

List: Exclusive Schools in Makati City

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  • Looking for the perfect school to enroll your child or children? Want to ease your worries of looking for a school that’s not too far from home? Have a look at some exclusive schools in Makati City:

    Assumption College – San Lorenzo

    This is a Catholic school for girls situated in San Lorenzo Village, Makati City. It opened its doors in 1959 after going through a rough patch. It was formerly known as the Assumption Convent run by Anglophone sisters.

    IMAGE Assumption College San Lorenzo

    Assumption College guarantees the continuity of adapting its curriculum, making it relevant to the challenge brought by time. It provides education from pre-school all the way to graduate studies.

    IMAGE Assumption College Makati

    Today, Assumption College San Lorenzo continues to make its name known not only within Makati but throughout the country as the only Assumption school that offers tertiary and post-graduate education.

    For questions and other inquiries, you may visit Assumption College-Makati at 26 San Lorenzo Drive, Makati City or contact them at 02-817-0757.

     

    Colegio de Sta. Rosa – Makati

    This is another Catholic school for girls situated this time in Rockwell. It started in 1964 with only 23 students enrolled in Kindergarten and seven enrolled in the first grade and has been under the guidance of the Augustinian Recollect Sisters ever since.

    IMAGE Colegio de Sta. Rosa – Makati

    With a vision to be a community of committed Christians, Colegio de Sta. Rosa-Makati aims to produce students who are morally upright, intellectually competent, and service oriented. It may be a small school in terms of their student population, but it does not hinder them from making their name known across the country.

    IMAGE Colegio de Sta. Rosa-Makati

    Colegio de Sta. Rosa-Makati emphasizes the value of prayer, study, service, fraternal charity, and oneness in their community. As a result, this school has not only been producing intellectually competent students but has been bagging a great number of awards in academics, athletics, performance, and more, all while continuously making their name known in the Philippines.

    For questions and other inquiries, you may visit Colegio de Sta. Rosa-Makati at 6321 Estrella St., Rockwell Drive, Makati City or contact them at 02-896-4970 or 02-899-0066.

     

    Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati

    Here’s one for the boys. Don Bosco Technical Institute (DBTI) is an all-boys Catholic school located along Chino Roces Street. It opened its doors to the public in 1954 and is run by the Salesian Brothers.

    IMAGE Don Bosco Technical Institute

    With a vision to be a learning community committed to educate and evangelize the young to become good Christians and upright citizens, DBTI continues to provide quality education and holistic formation towards social transformation. Theirs is a curriculum centered on technology which promotes competitiveness and strengthens values.

    IMAGE Don Bosco Technical Institute

    Both their grade school and high school departments have earned a Level II accreditation from the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU). They have two curricula in place for their high school department: one for academics and another for technical education.

    For inquiries, you may visit Don Bosco Technical Institute at Chino Roces Ave, Pio Del Pilar, Makati City or call 02-892-0101.


    Written By: Patricia Antoinette M. Nacianceno
    Image Source: Assumption College – San Lorenzo, Colegio de Sta. Rosa – Makati, Don Bosco Technical Institute – Makati

               
               
    Recent Comments

    Nice one Pat! Galing… so proud of u!

    Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Good write up! Surely their alumni will be proud of their alma mater!

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