Welcome to St. Theresa’s College, Cebu!
STC is a Catholic institution of learning that upholds a tradition of quality education, forming women and men of faith, character and leadership for 82 years.
We invite you to walk through our website to know more about us…our history, vision-mission-values and excellent academic programs. Explore STC’s beautiful and green campus and check out our educational facilities. Discover STC’s campus life that makes for a holistic experience. Visit the community page where parents, alumnae, faculty and staff work together in a student-centered environment.
It is our hope that you will imbibe strong faith and Christian values, build your competence and skills and creatively sharpen your insights to become the transformative leader for our country and the world.
Our fervent prayers for your success!
Sr. Maria Cora P. Sastre, ICM
Saint Theresa’s College-Cebu, a Filipino Catholic institution of learning, forms leaders for a creatively transforming world, Life in Abundance - God’s Dream.
Imbued with the values of Jesus and His disciples, Blessed Mother Mary, St. Teresa of Avila and Mother Marie Louise De Meester, and in partnership with families and the community, Saint Theresa’s College commits
to provide a transformative education where excellence in virtue, science, and the arts develops persons for creative leadership in view of nation-building towards a transformed and integral world-community.
Thus, we commit to live out the following CORE VALUES:
INTEGRITY OF CREATION
MARKS OF A THERESIAN
COMPASSIONATE (especially to the poor)
CATALYST for Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation
News & Events
One hundred two grade 3 pupils and two grade 4 pupils of STC took the First Communion in a special Mass held at the Cebu City Sports Complex on January 30, 2016. This was one of the highlights of the 51st International Eucharistic Congress.
In celebration of St. Theresa of Avila’s 5th birth centenary, St. Theresa’s College, Grade School Department staged the play entitled “Teresa...A Tribute to the Saint” on February 26-27.