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School Type Private
Programs16 Courses
Tuition Fees PHP 28,000 to PHP 36,000per Semestral
Academic CalendarSemestral
Organizations8
Return on investment6 Years Return, 1M Savings in 11 Years
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Requirements

Admission Requirements for College

Requirements

INCOMING FRESHMEN
  1. Report Card (Form 138) or Permanent Record (Form 137)
  2. Photocopy of Birth Certificate
  3. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  4. 3 copies 1.5 x 1.5 ID pictures
  5. Entrance examinations conducted by the Guidance Office
RETURNING STUDENTS
  1. School Clearance
  2. Accounting Clearance
  3. Final Grades obtained during the last semester/term attended
TRANSFEREES
  1. Transfer Credentials
  2. True copy of grades earned from previous school
  3. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  4. Photocopy of Birth Certificate
  5. 3 copies 1.5 x 1.5 ID pictures
  6. Qualifying examination (for Nursing)
FOREIGN STUDENTS
 
New students (coming from their home countries):
 
  1. Student visa
  2. Electronic card (Bureau of Immigration)
  3. Original Transcript of Records (authenticated by the Philippine Consulate from their home country)
 
Transferees (from other schools in the Philippines):
 
  1. Student visa or visa extension
  2. Electronic card
  3. Transfer Credential / Honorable Dismissal
  4. Certified True Copy of Records
  5. No objection to transfer
  6. Entrance examination

Admission Requirements for High School

Requirements

Resident / Old Students WITHOUT Disciplinary Cases
  1. Report Card (Form 138)
  2. Report of Summer Grades for students with back subjects/deficiencies
  3. Clearance from the Accounting Office, Registrar and Principal for a student with accountabilities
Resident / Old Students WITH Disciplinary Cases
  1. Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)
  2. Report Card (Form 138)
  3. Report of Summer Grades for students with back subjects/deficiencies
  4. Personal appearance of both student and parent/guardian
  5. Clearance from the Accounting Office, Registrar and Principal for a student with accountabilities
Incoming Freshmen
  1. Report Card (Form 138)
  2. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Principal or Guidance Counselor
  3. Personal Appearance of both student and parent/guardian for an interview with the Principal
Transferees
  1. Report Card (Form 138)
  2. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Principal or Guidance Counselor
  3. Personal appearance of both student and parent/guardian for an interview with the Principal
Foreign Transferee Students
  1. Student study permit and academic record duly evaluated by the Department of Education
  2. Personal appearance of both student and parent/guardian for an interview with the Principal
  3. Two photocopies of Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)

Admission Requirements for Elementary

Requirements

NEW STUDENTS
  1. Form 138 (Report Card)
  2. Photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate
OLD STUDENTS
  1. Form 138 (Report Card)
KINDERGARTEN & GRADE 1
  1. Photocopy of Birth Certificate
  2. Nursery or Kinder Card (if any)

Tuitions / Fees

PHP 28,000

PHP 36,000

Amenities

Basketball Court
Computer Lab
Chemistry Lab
Biology Lab
Physics Lab
Playground
Canteen
Av Rooms
Library

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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.
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School Organizations

Body of Easter Students Advocacy of Traditions(BESAT)

Easter College Aviation Authority(ECAA)

ECESO(Easter College Education Student Organization)

Easter College Nursing Student Government(ECNSG)

Junior Criminologists Association of the Philippines(JCAP)

Contact & Location

  • Address
  • Easter Road, Guisad, Baguio City

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