Cebu Eastern College

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Cebu Eastern College is a Filipino-Chinese school located at the corner of Dimasalang and Leon Kilat in Cebu City, Philippines. The campus offers kindergarten, elementary, high school and college classes. A smaller campus is located on D. Jakosalem and only has up to elementary classes. This school offers Chinese classes as well as English and Tagalog subjects.

The school participates in the CESAFI Basketball League, getting headlines by being blown out at max, a 150 points, but now they have rebuilt the team, now led by the talented wingman Nikee Montalvo. They won the Happee Online Sinulog Basketball Cup, defeating Hapee Online 95-92, led by Montalvo with 30 points in double overtime.

In the CESAFI 2010 Season, CEC, led by wingman, Nikee Montalvo, won the coveted championship crown. The Dragons swept the Ateneo De Cebu Magis Eagles, 3-0, in a best-of-five series for the crown.

Montalvo, along with BJ Zosa, Mark Olayon and Roy Villarias were recruited by the UE Red Warriors to play in the UAAP. So far, only Zosa has played.


Preceded by
Manila Patriotic School
November 11, 1912
Oldest Chinese School in the Philippines
Fourth
September 1915
Succeeded by
Wisdom School (Manila)
January 1917