is the first non-stock, non- profit co-educational sectarian school established in Pateros, Rizal. When Msgr. Felix G. Sicat founded it on June 1, 1951, it was known as Pateros Catholic High School because it offered only secondary courses with vocational subjects. It was incorporated with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on August 4, 1954, then received recognition from the Department of Education, Culture and Sports (DECS) on June 1, 1955. Subsequently, when the Grade School Department opened in 1961, the name of the school was changed to Pateros Catholic School (PCS).
As a parochial school under the jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of Manila, Pateros Catholic School is a member of the Manila Archdiocesan and Parochial Schools Association (MAPSA). It is also a member of the Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP).
The school has chosen San Roque and Sta. Marta as its patron saints. San Roque exemplifies a way of life of humility, generosity and determination to help others. Sta Marta is a model of humble faithful service. Both provide constant inspiration for the members of the PCS academic community.
Since its establishment in 1951, PCS has served the local Church and community of Pateros by providing quality and excellent Catholic education. To date, it has produced graduate representing all strata of society, the great majority coming from low socio-economic group. It has remained faithful to its commitment to serve the educational needs of the increasing population of youth from the areas of Pateros, Pasig, Taguig and Fort Bonifacio.
In the exercise of its functions and mandated tasks as a Catholic institution, PCS is guided by its Vision-Mission-Goals through the constant recognition and practice of the corresponding core values specified therein.
On a positive note, PATEROS CATHOLIC SCHOOL hopes to achieve an accreditation status in all its academic programs within a span of five (5) years from the year 2000 onwards.Offers Preschool, Grade School and High School Education
is a non-profit, non-sectarian school aimed to giving a Christian education which is truly an expression of Christ's mission here on earth. Through education, the school in union with the objectives of the church, seeks to be a good vehicle of formation. Furthermore, it aims to spread the Word of God and translate the Good News into action.Courses Offered:
As early as July 22, 1991, the then Mayor Jose T. Capco, Jr. filed a letter of intent to the Department of Education Culture and Sports- National Capital Region for the establishment of a community college in Pateros. The recommendation is supported by resolutions of the Pateros Municipal Council, Secretaries and Treasurers. A nine-man Special Committee was then formed to help establish the college with the target to open classes in June 1992. The special committee agreed the college be named PATEROS TECHNOLOGICAL COLLEGE (PTC) since it would offer technical vocational courses.
PTC started operation on August 16, 1993. The college initially set up short-term and two-year computer courses with the help of a professional group, the Systematrix Computer Education and Services, Incorporated that provided the curriculum and its teaching staff.
And in response to the ever-growing educational needs of the community it serves, PTC, led by the former Mayor Jose T. Capco, Jr. and the PTC Board of Trustees had undertaken innovative steps towards the expansion of its technical-vocational education program and services in partnership with Technological University of the Philippines (TUP), a state educational constitution of higher learning in both industrial and educational pedagogy and technological education. Also, PTC, shall be developed as a venue for undergraduate and graduate off-campus programs of TUP. Today, Pateros Technological College represents a gradual development vision out of the program Pateros beyond 2000. The college now sits on an 18-room newly constructed three (3) storey building where it holds classes for its present student population.
The PATEROS TECHNOLOGICAL COLLEGE envisions itself to be an institution of higher learning imbued with a strong commitment to developing students into individuals who are God-loving, morally upright, socially responsible and globally competitive.
Accelerate Preschool is a non-sectarian preschool that caters children ages 2 to 5 years old. It is located in a safe gated subdivision at Sto. Rosario Kanluran, Pateros Metro Manila. It is a highly individualized preschool with 1:8 teacher-pupil ratio. Our curriculum combines Progressive and Montessori teaching philosophies. All classrooms are fully air-conditioned with comfort room and kitchen. It was given full recognition by the Department of Education in 2001. We are honored that most of our graduates are class top notchers in schools like Colegio San Agustin, Colegio De Sta. Rosa, La Salle Greenhills, St. Paul's Pasig/ Makati, Pasig Catholic College and Pateros Catholic School. We can be reached at 6428829 or at 9942217 or 09228191231. You can also like us on facebook.
THE APEC VISION
We want to transform thousands of lives through affordable and high quality education for K7 to K12
Through the initiative of then Congresswoman Ma. Laarni L. Cayetano and Mayor Jaime C. Medina, a new public school was established in Barangay Aguho, Pateros, Metro Manila. with BEIS School ID 320607, Agripino Manalo National High School (Mayor Simplicio Manalo National High School) opened its door for first year to fourth year high school students last December 2, 2010
Saint Felicity College is a NON-Sectarian Fully Air-conditioned Tertiary Institution with a very affordable Tuition Fees. Now offers CHED Accredited courses: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) and Bachelor of Science in Information System (BSIS). DepED Senior High Accredited TechVoc ICT: Hardware Computer System Servicing (NC II) and Computer Programming (NC IV) under permit No. SHS-023 s.2018
Offering 2 years courses in Diploma in Information Communication Technology(ICT), Office Management and Accounting Services(OMAS), Tourism Management(TRM) and Hotel and Restaurant Services(CHRS)