At the beginning of this School Year 2021-2022, HOLY CHILD will no longer have onsite cashiers that will cater transactions rather it will be completely online through our newly acquired WELA SCHOOL SYSTEM.
HOLY CHILD College of Davao inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with KIDS WHO FARM (KWF) last January 26, 2021
You don’t need a lot of lands to grow a lot of food. Growing populations and expanding cities have put more pressure on food security. Larger populations mean more mouths to feed, and with agricultural lands being transformed to accommodate urbanization, many now suffer from starvation and poor nutrition. The…
HOLY CHILD College of Davao continuously implements different studies and surveys to get both the students’ and parents’ notions and experiences. These two-point-of-views may help in responding to issues, problems, and trends that are currently arising and may arise in the future due to the Covid-19 pandemic or other similar cases.