2010, December 16. Grace Christian College (GCC) 60th Anniversary
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GCC New Building
GCC Anniversary Logo
GCC 1966 Building
7p GCC Founders Ms.
Julia L. Tan, Dr. & Mrs. Edward Spahr
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Design Coordinators: Dr. Ngo Tiong Tak,
First Day Covers: Manila
GRACE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE - 60th ANNIVERSARY
Grace Christian College is
a Born Again Christian
school, formerly known as Grace Christian High School.
The school caters primarily
students and provides education from Pre-Nursery to College. It is
situated in Grace Village, Quezon City,
Metro Manila, Philippines.
Its current president is
Dr. James L. Tan. The current dean is Dr. Zenaida Lumba.
The school was founded
July 5, 1950 at Nagtahan Street in
Manila by Baptist
missionaries Dr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Spahr and educator Mrs. Julia L.
In 1966, the school moved
to its current location in Grace Village, Quezon City, to
accommodate an increasing student population. Inauguration for the
new campus was held on August 2, 1966.
The school has an
administration building, a four-story high school wing, a four-story
elementary building, a 4-story college wing, a kindergarten complex,
and various related educational facilities. The school uses the
Grace Christian Church’s facility, with a seating capacity of 1,500,
for its religious assemblies.
In June 2008, the school
opened the new Grace Christian College.
The plan of having a college
started over 20 years ago with one of the school’s founder Mrs.
Julia L. Tan. The college offers the following courses:
B.S. Business Administration; B.S. Electronics and Communications
Engineering; B.S. Information Technology;
B.S. Secondary Education Majors: English and Mathematics.
Academic Programs offered:
B.S. Biology; B.S.
Psychology; B.S. Math;
B Elementary Education.