History


Assumption Language College was founded on July 6, 2009. It was originally named Assumption Language Center.

From the initial 6 students and 3 English teachers, it tripled its population in under a year with classes in English, Filipino, and French.

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In July 2011, ALC moved to its present and bigger home, Galabert House at No. 11 Regidor Street Varsity Hills Subdivision, Loyola Heights, Quezon City. Plans are underway to build more classrooms and expand dormitories for students.

At present, ALC has 8 TESOL-certified teachers. The College has a minimum of 40 students every cycle (three month-long) from various consecrated religious priests, brothers, sisters, and vocation candidates all over the globe.



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