IMAGINE THE
POSSIBILITIES

From nursery to Junior High School,
PWC's basic education is inspired
by a non-traditional and progressive
educational philosophy.

Students develop their full
potentials through the
7 Pillars of JASMS pedagogy.

One of the pilot training schools
for K-12 in the country, PWC’s Senior High
integrates core competencies and skills
in the program to prepare today’s
millenials for a globalized world.

The College provides a learning
environment that celebrates diversity,
yet respectful of individuality. It also offers
challenging and rewarding careers in the
fields of Arts and Design,Education, Business,
Entrepreneurship, Food Technology,
Hospitality, Information Technology
and Tourism.

Our Community Extension Program
Empowering community partners
through service and sharing a wide
variety of talents and skills to different
people they work with.

LEARN. ENJOY. CONNECT.

Some people say study hard and hit your goal. At PWC, we say learn and have fun. From nursery to college level, PWC’s academic life is colored with creativity and innovation to make learning enjoyable and exciting.
Here, you’ll encounter both opportunities and challenges to prepare you for life.
Unleash your potentials. Expand your horizons. Connect with the industry.
The possibilities are endless. Are you ready?

Basic Education

The PWC Basic Education believes in the education philosophy of Doreen Barber-Gamboa, the founder of JASMS education. Learn more

Senior High School

PWC Senior High School academic tracks and strands are competency-based to provide learners with skills and applicable knowledge they can use for life. Learn more

Tertiary Education

At PWC you are challenged and inspired to explore and create your own path as we journey with you to the program that best suits your interest. Learn more

Everyone is Unique

At PWC, we guarantee that your child will receive the best education tailored fit for your child’s interests and talents.

Download our basic education brochure and learn how our non-traditional curriculum can benefit your child.

PWC News and Updates

PWC takes preventive measures against 2019-nCoV

PWC takes preventive measures against 2019-nCoV

In light of the global scare brought about by the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), PWC has taken proactive measures to ensure the safety of its members. Headed by Public Safety Officer Paul Dasmariñas, a special committee—the nCoV Task Force—has been put together...

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BED excels in sports events

BED excels in sports events

Students of the PWC Basic Education Department dominated various sports events in December 2019 to January 2020. Marv Denzel Rubio aced his chess competitions starting with the 3rd UM Interschool Invitational Chess Championship last December 20-21, 2019, where he was...

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Fine Arts Department leads mural painting project

Fine Arts Department leads mural painting project

TED Fine Arts and SHS-Arts and Design students participated in the Art with a HeART mural painting project at the San Miguel Integrated School last January 15-17, 2020.  As part of the TED Community Extension Program, the activity was made possible through the...

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PWC celebrates with Brgy 74-A in BADAC Moving Up

PWC celebrates with Brgy 74-A in BADAC Moving Up

By: Anita Jabla, TED Community ExtensionThe Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 or RA 9165 mandates the government to "pursue an intensive and unrelenting campaign against the trafficking and use of dangerous drugs and other similar substances." In Davao City,...

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Kaagapay sa Pagbangon Program (KAsaPP)

Kaagapay sa Pagbangon Program (KAsaPP)

By: Anita Jabla, TED Community ExtensionIn the pursuit of helping the government in its campaign against the use and distribution of illegal drugs, the Archdiocese of Davao in 2016 launched Sagop Kinabuhi Program (SKP) 2.  This Program was a response to the group of...

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