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Motto Providing You With Quality but Affordable Education
Type Private, Non-Sectarian
Affiliation Calamba City Private Schools Administrators Association (CACPRISAA)
President Myra Grace Caritos-Ricalde
Founder Jaime Caritos, Sr.
Teaching staff over 40 teaching staffs
Students over 700 Students
Location Calamba City, Laguna, Philippines
Campus Main: Doctora St. Mayapa, Calamba City, Laguna, PH
Annex: Punta, Calamba City, Laguna, PH
Colors Blue and Yellow
Nickname Asianos
Newspaper Asianos
Asst. to the Administrator Francisco Dimapilis
OIC-Main Melencia Coronel
Mrs. Loida Patulot
OIC-Annex Jonell John Espalto

Asian Computer College is a private, non-sectarian institution of higher learning with two campuses in Calamba City in the Philippines. It was founded in 2000.

The school strives to bring out the best in its students. The school aims to secure a well-balanced development of the human person. It believes that a good, solid education affects a person's development. The family, the direct neighborhood, the mass media, the civil authorities, the church and the peer groups and friends all have important roles to play in a student's growth and development.[1]



Asian Computer College was established in Mayapa, Calamba City on March 2000. During this year, the school offered both the College Short Computer Science Courses and Basic Education Curriculum - Complete Pre-Elementary, Grade 1 to Grade 4 and 1st Year and 2nd Year Levels. There were about 150 students in all levels during the first year of operation and around 18 teachers.

During its second year of operation, TESDA did not allow the school to offer vocational courses because they didn't want to use the same building that the elementary and high school students were using. The management would have to choose what to offer - the technical courses or the basic education curriculum. After a series of studies and observation done by the administration and management alike, they decided to offer only the basic education curriculum. Thus, the college courses were no longer offered during the second year. This time, complete Pre-elementary, Elementary, and High School courses were offered. The enrollment significantly increased. In the year 2002, there were more or less 200 students in all Grade and Year levels. The teaching staff also increased in number.

The third year of the school marked a lot of improvement in the physical facilities of the school. A new science laboratory room was added; the library was relocated to a bigger place because of the increasing number of reference and reading materials, the computer laboratory was fully air-conditioned with 30 computer units to accommodate the increasing number of students. Additional classrooms were also opened in time for the increase in the number of students. There were about 398 students enrolled that year and there were 22 teachers, a principal, an administrator, school treasurer and the president of the board of directors.

The school was gradually opening the students' avenue to inter-school competitions in the fields of Mathematics, Science, Computer, and other areas of learning. During this year the school won first in the Computer Olympiad sponsored by AMA Computer University, placed Second in the Quiz Show sponsored by Canossa Calamba and Third in the Quiz Bee sponsored by Colegio de San Juan de Letran, third in the extemporaneous speaking (District Level) sponsored by DepEd Calamba West District. The Elementary level also competed in Math and placed Third in the District Math contest.[2]

Mission statement

One of the view of the Annex of Asian Computer College
Committed to excellence, Asian Computer College a highly standard educator, together with home and community, cultivates each student's full potential through challenging, innovative educational programs in a safe and nurturing environment. It seeks to provide students the opportunity to become responsible citizens and independent, lifelong learners by focusing instructions on reading, writing, critical thinking and information technology.[3]

Vision statement

Asian Computer College is committed to bring out the best in its students by understanding their capabilities while balancing their desire for fun and their need to grow and evolve. In line with the commitment, it is Asian Computer College's vision to be the premier and primary computer school in Laguna and eventually in the country which will develop and train a new breed of individuals who are globally competent and emotionally prepared to take on the challenges of the new millennium.


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  2. ^ ORACLE `03, First Asian Computer College Year Book Batch 2002-2003
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