The Philippine Cultural College, Inc. was registered with the SEC as a non-stock, non-profit corporation on May 10, 1988 and was then called Philippine Cultural High School. It is an educational institution built in 1923 as the first Chinese School in Manila. In 2007, the school opened its tertiary education and amended their Articles of Incorporation on July 10, 2007 with the new name Philippine Cultural College, Inc. Its main office is located at 1253 Jose Abad Santos Avenue, Tondo, Manila. The foundation has 207 regular staff, 24 part-time staff and 64 probationary staff, 15 members of the Board of Trustees.
It was certified for one year on July 01, 2014 which ended on April 02, 2015.
Its purposes (V-M-G), among others, are “to provide equal opportunity for excellent education towards the total development of globally competitive learners ; to form well-rounded Chinese-Filipino youth and become appreciative of their cultural heritage and be responsive to the changing times”. The school is operating two campuses, one in Caloocan City and its main school is in Abad Santos Avenue. The Foundation’s programs/projects now focus on the following areas:
• Pre-School Education
• Primary and Secondary Education
• Tertiary Education