Holy Child Catholic School
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|TONDO PAROCHIAL SCHOOL|
|Motto||"Sapientia Aetate et Gratia" latin word: Wisdom, Age, and Grace. (Luke 5:52)|
|Director||Rev. Fr. Nolan Que|
|Address||Plaza A. Hernandez Tondo, Manila, Philippines, Tondo, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines|
During the Liberation Period immediately following World War II, Rt. Msgr. Jose N. Jovellanos and four Jesuit priests founded the Tondo Parochial School. It was located at the site of the defunct Instituto de Mujeres, where the Manila Cathedral School is now located. Classes began on July 2, 1945.
Later, the school was moved to its location beside the Sto. Niño Church, where the Tondo Orphanage used to stand. The government began to recognize it as a legitimate school on February 22, 1951. The school became a corporation on October 23, 1954, under the name Holy Child Catholic School(HCCS). In 1955, HCCS was granted government recognition for complete secondary and kindergarten courses. Then, the school graduated its first high school students.
Also, this school is located at Tondo, Manila, Plaza Hernandez
A People called by the Father through Jesus Christ to become a community of Persons with fullness of Life witnessing the Kingdom of God, by living the paschal mystery in the power of the Holy Spirit with Mary as Companion.