Grace Christian College

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Grace Christian College
Former name
Grace Christian High School
Motto Grace and Truth came by Jesus Christ John 1:17
Type Private
Established July 5, 1950
President Dr. James L. Tan 陳宏濤 博士
Dean Dr Zenaida P. Lumba
Founders Dr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Spahr
Location Grace Village, Quezon City, Philippines
Campus Urban
Language English, Filipino, Chinese, Russian, Japanese
Colors Maroon      and White     
Nickname Graceans
Grace Christian College
Chinese 菲律賓基督教靈惠學院
Hanyu Pinyin Fēilǜbīn Jīdūjiào Línghuì Xuéyuàn
Grace Christian College
Traditional Chinese 菲律濱基督教靈惠學院
Simplified Chinese 菲律滨基督教灵惠学院
Hanyu Pinyin Fēilǜbīn Jīdūjiào Línghuì Xuéyuàn

Grace Christian College (GCC) (simplified Chinese: 菲律濱基督教靈惠學院; traditional Chinese: 菲律滨基督教灵惠学院; pinyin: Fēilǜbīn Jīdūjiào Línghuì Xuéyuàn), formerly known as Grace Christian High School (GCHS), is a Born Again Christian school that caters primarily to Chinese Filipino 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.[1]


Grace was founded on July 5, 1950[2][3] at Nagtahan Street in San Miguel, Manila, by a Chinese educator Mrs. Julia L. Tan and American Baptist missionaries Dr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Spahr. Few years after, in 1966, Grace moved to its current location in Grace Village, Quezon City, to accommodate an increasing student population while donating the Nagtahan location to Grace Bible Church for the Christian Academy in Manila. Inauguration for the new campus was held on August 2, 1966. Two years after, the school bought more properties inside Grace Village for further expansion.


The school uses the A BEKA Curriculum in English, Science and Bible.[4]

Clubs and Organizations[edit]

Art Club, Student Community Service, English Club, Filipino Club, Grace Mathineers, Glee Club, Grace Chinese and Western Orchestra, Herodotus Society (History), Grace Journal, Morning Devotion, Music Club, "Positive" Science Club, Scouting, Snapshot Society, Astronomy Club, Grace Student Council, and the Grace College Student Council.[5]

Notable alumni[edit]

Win Gatchalian – Senator of the Republic of the Philippines

Chinese Education[edit]

Kindergarten, elementary and high school students hold their Chinese classes in the afternoon (after English classes). Except for several sections in second year high, which they held their Chinese classes in the morning (2-4, 2-5, 2-6, 2-7). The Chinese curriculum consists of eight subjects – Chinese Language (華語), Chinese Phonetics (國音), Chinese Composition (作文), Chinese Conversation (會話), Chinese Literature (閱讀), Chinese Computer (電腦), Chinese Writing (寫子), Chinese Culture (綜合) (for Kinder), and Chinese Mathematics (數學) (for kinder and elementary).

Sister Schools[6][edit]

  • TaiwanTam-Kang Senior High School 淡水高級中學- Tamsui, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China
  • South KoreaYumkwang Christian School 염광고등학교 鹽光學院 - Seoul, South Korea
  • TaiwanNational Taiwan Normal University 國立臺灣師範大學 - Taipei,Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • TaiwanChung Yuan Christian University 中原大學 - Zhongli District, Taoyuan City, R.O.C.
  • TaiwanChang Jung Christian University 長榮大學 - Tainan, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • TaiwanNorthern Taiwan Institute of Science and Technology 北台科學技術學院 - Kwantu, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • Indonesia Sekolah Kristen Tri Tunggal (Tri Tunggal Christian School) – Temarang, Central Java, Indonesia
  • South KoreaHannam University 한남대학교 韓南大學 - Daejeon, South Korea
  • South KoreaYeodo Private Elementary School 여도초등학교 麗都私立小學 - Yeosu, South Jeolla Province, South Korea
  • TaiwanAletheia University 真理大學 - Tamsui, New Taipei City and Madou District, Tainan in Taiwan, R.O.C.


  1. ^ "Grace Christian College (Administration)". Retrieved 2017-09-06. 
  2. ^ "Grace Christian College (History)". Retrieved 2017-09-06. 
  3. ^ "Our Story". Grace Christian Church – Manila. Retrieved 2017-09-06. 
  4. ^ "Grace Christian College (Curriculum Overview – Elementary)". Retrieved 2017-09-06. 
  5. ^ "Grace Christian College (Clubs & Organizations)". Retrieved 2017-09-06. 
  6. ^ "Grace Christian College (Campus Bulletin – Activities)". Retrieved 2017-09-06. 

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Coordinates: 14°39′01.18″N 121°00′18.92″E / 14.6503278°N 121.0052556°E / 14.6503278; 121.0052556