Easter College

Easter Road, Guisad, Baguio City
PHP 28,000 to 36,000
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(Updated as of May 11, 2018)

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Basketball Court

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Computer Laboratory

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Chemistry Laboratory

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Biology Laboratory

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Physics Laboratory

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Audio-Visual Rooms

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What does Easter College stand for?

Easter College

Easter College, more famously known as Easter School, prides itself as being instrumental in strengthening the Anglican faith and promoting education. Founded in 1906 by Rt. Rev. Charles Henry Brent, an Anglican Missionary from the United States of America, the school is the first private school to open in 1906 in the Cordilleras.

Easter College offers preschool, SHS, special education, and undergraduate courses on HRM, business administration and nursing. Easter was known as a school mostly attended by ‘highlanders’ and Anglicans, but it never closed its doors to students and employees coming from any part of the country and those belonging to different religious denominations. After being granted permit to accept foreign students, Easter School is now a mixture of cultures, beliefs and nationalities.

Through the years, it has continued to stand by its vision to be an academic community rooted in the Holy Scriptures, strategically responsive to global and national realities, and significantly contributing to the transformation of its constituents into becoming responsible Christian stewards of industry and community. Easterites today draw inspiration from the first batch of eight Igorot boys who used to hike one week from Bontoc, Mountain Province to Baguio City to be educated.

Easter College Facts:

  • Hillary Clapp (Pitapit), one of the first eight boys, became a medical doctor and was also appointed a governor of Mountain Province.
  • The Easter Weaving Room, now famous for its world-class woven materials and souvenir items, served as training ground for girls for their vocational training the school’s early years.
  • During the Second World War, the Easter compound was used as a Japanese garrison.

What programs & courses does Easter College offer?

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Where is Easter College located?

(Updated as of Jun 26, 2019)

Easter Road, Guisad, Baguio City
Contact Number
(074) 422-2838
Mobile Number
(Not stated)

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