Assumption College (Philippines)
The Assumption College (AC, Assumption SanLo, Assumption Makati formerly known as the Assumption Convent) is a private, Roman Catholic school exclusively for girls located in San Lorenzo Village, Makati City, Philippines established in 1958. Assumption San Lorenzo is the successor of the Assumption Convent in Herran St., the original campus in Ermita, Manila. It provides education from pre-school, elementary, secondary, tertiary, to graduate level. The alumnae and present students of this school include daughters and grand daughters of Filipino Presidents, industrialists, politicians, and prominent figures in Philippine society.
Assumption College is recognized by the Department of Education and the Commission on Higher Education and also a charter member of the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities. It has earned Level III accreditation on all of its respective departments and schools.
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