From nursery to Junior High School,
PWC's basic education is inspired
by a non-traditional and progressive
Students develop their full
potentials through the
7 Pillars of JASMS pedagogy.
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?
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
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 welcomed a total of 5,223 enrollees for school year 2019-2020 in the final count as of July 8, 2019.This exhibits an overall 12% increase from last year’s student population of 4,656.A huge bulk of the number comes from the Senior High School...read more
The PWC community gathered to attend the ceremonial blessing of the FCB Building last July 5, 2019.The building named in honor of PWC founders Francisca and Conrado Benitez marks a milestone as it was built to address the growing population of enrollees...read more
Philwomenian student leaders gathered for the Summer Leadership Training held last June 15 to 16, 2019 in preparation for the coming school year.Spearheaded by the Supreme Student Council and TED OSA coordinator Edwin Dalumpines, this year’s training...read more
DAVAO CITY—Ambassador of Mexico to the Philippines H.E. Gerardo Lozano Arredondo visited the Philippine Women’s College last June 10, 2019. Ambassador Arredondo made it a point to visit Davao City in his recent trip to the Philippines and has expressed...read more
TED faculty and members of the Non-Teaching Personnel Club participated in PWC’s annual Brigada Eskwela held last May 24 and 30, 2019.On its third year of doing the Brigada, PWC had the opportunity to visit 3 out of 8 partner schools: Matina Central...read more
Philwomenians joined the PPCRV volunteers for ECHAMP (Election that is Clean, Honest, Accurate, Meaningful and Peaceful) during the midterm national and local elections last May 13, 2019.Operation ECHAMP is a collaborative effort of PPCRV and...read more
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