The WCC Grade School and High School is an educational haven that trains a new crop of student Technopreneurs - the country's future business leaders who are academically equipped and possess skills that are deemed necessary in the modern times. We are committed to help students make courageous steps as they face the global and economic challenges of the 21st century. As specified in our school's mandate, it is our aim to produce graduates who have genuine passion for excellence and can contribute to the advancement of humanity.
Our School provides Entrepreneurship Classes aside from the entrepreneurial competencies integrated across core and elective subject areas. And these are offered to students from Kindergarten Level up to the Senior Year in High School. The curriculum is also enriched by foreign languages as we begin offering Mandarin Classes this school year in the Kindergarten level. All these, we believe are our competitive advantages that make us a unique education provider.
Children with special needs, children at-risk, children with disability - WCC welcomes them all through the newest addition to our growing family - our Young Achievers Department! Our Special Education (SPED) Department stands on the philosophy that "all children are unique and develop at their own pace. Children with special needs have an inherent potential for growth and development through an effective and comprehensive academic and life-skills training in an inclusive environment." With a firm Christian foundation, we endeavor to produce graduates who are independent, functional and productive members of the community.
Our SPED program comes in either self-contained or mainstream classes. If you are interested to learn more about this, please contact us.
Be in sports or academics - World Citizens are winners!
Von Griel S. Capague, a Grade 9-Mark student, bagged the 2nd runner-up in this year's "Pasiklaban Sa Paaralan", the only ICT-Integrated Travelling Quiz Show in the country. The competition was participated in by different private schools in Metro Manila and was sponsored by Diwa Learning Systems Inc. It was held on November 11, 2014 at Holy Family School of Quezon City.
In Sports, Sammy Dee F. del Rosario, a Grade 10-Andrew student was awarded as one of the Mythical Five Players of the recently concluded MCU Invitational Tournament which was held in September-October, 2014. This annual sports competition was joined by private schools within the CAMANAVA area.