World-Class School Features Advanced, Innovative and Fun Learning

TRACE College offers world-class education from preschool and grade school to high school and college, featuring a wide variety of learning programs and extra-curricular activities.

The premier school in Los Baños, Laguna offers world-class education from preschool and grade school to high school and college, featuring a wide variety of learning programs and extra-curricular activities that develop students into globally competitive and well-rounded individuals.

Advanced and Innovative Programs

TRACE has developed its unique System of Education, a comprehensive and holistic system based on prominent educational institutions in the world and the country, out-of-the-box teaching methods, and various programs that contribute to the growth and progress of students.

For preschoolers and gradeschoolers, TRACE College’s advanced curriculum for basic education incorporates Chinese and Japanese language lessons to boost children’s linguistic skills and develop a greater appreciation for multi-cultural diversity.

The school provides a solid learning foundation for students by giving comprehensive and intensified training in Math, Science and English, combining traditional pedagogical tools such as books with computer-supported and multi-media approaches.

An innovative Music and Arts Program, with classes in voice, violin, guitar, dance, and drums, is also integrated for each level to help in the students’ development as creative and well-rounded individuals.

Sports for Character Formation

As part of students’ extra-curricular activities, TRACE College goes beyond the Three R’s of basic learning by offering a fourth R—Recreational to Competitive Sports, an innovative sports development program that not only contributes to physical well-being but also helps in cultivating discipline and values.

Students engage in a wide range of sports, such as swimming, gymnastics, table tennis, badminton, volleyball, basketball, wall climbing, and many others. Soccer, archery, tennis, and even underwater hockey will soon be offered.

It’s not surprising that students of TRACE College have made waves and won trophies and medals for swimming and diving in the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, Asian Games, Asian Youth Games, Youth Olympic Games, China World Grand Prix, Palarong Pambansa, and other national and international competitions.

Vibrant Learning Environment

To make learning conducive for students, TRACE College features world-class educational resources and state-of-the-art facilities. TRACE College is the only school in the Philippines that has two virtual laboratories equipped with an emergency care simulator and a baby simulator, which mimic the actual responses of a real human being to clinical intervention and drug administration.

Their topnotch sports facilities includes the Aquatic Sports Complex, the only FINA-approved aquatic center in the Philippines where the 2005 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games was held, Fitness Gym, Stallions Basketball Gym, Dance Hall, and Wall Climbing Center. All of these topnotch facilities contribute to a friendly, nurturing, and positive atmosphere for students.

Even with the school’s advanced curriculum and excellent facilities, TRACE College has gone to great lengths to bring quality and affordability together for the benefit of those who want and deserve world-class learning. The school’s tuition fees are within the means of regular families, making excellent yet affordable education a reality.

With its roots anchored in a strong academic foundation and its innovative philosophy, each day at TRACE College is filled with learning and excitement.

Enrollment is now going on. Scholarships for top students and athletes are available.

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