The College of the Holy Spirit of Tarlac is one of the schools directed by the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit in the Philippines. Founded and named Catholic Academy of Tarlac by ten prominent men of Tarlac in 1939, the school was turned over to the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit in 1940 and was thereby named Holy Ghost Institute and Holy Spirit Academy some years later.
CENTRAL LUZON DOCTORS’ HOSPITAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
CLDH-EI is a non-sectarian institution founded in 1976 by a group of physician headed by Dr. Constante D. Quirino, Sr. Its initial course offering was the three-year Graduate Nurse (GN) which was followed by the two-year BSN Supplemental Course.
Dominican College of Tarlac, a proud institution of learning, owes its existence to the faith and vision of the late Fr. Mariano M. Sablay, Parish Priest of San Nicolas de Tolentino of Capas, Tarlac in 1946. As a response to the growing demand for secondary education right in the heart of Capas, San Nicolas Academy was established on February 14, 1947.
We, the educative pastoral community of Don Bosco Tarlac, envision the young as servant-leaders in the church of the poor. Faithful to the teachings of St. John Bosco, we develop their giftedness and their power of choice to enable them to contribute to social transformation.
The Tarlac College of Agriculture was established in 1944 as Camiling Boys/Girls High School. It started with 368 students, 13 faculty members and a school principal, but stopped operation in December 1944 and resumed after the Liberation as Tarlac High School, Camiling Branch. The reopening of the school was a response to the clamor of parents whose children stopped schooling during the war years and the difficulty of traveling from Camiling to Tarlac.
Tarlac Montessori School is a Catholic institution for boys and girls whose indoctrination with the words of God is mirrored in his / her honest, unselfish and dignified relationship with others. Guided by the principles and instructed under the methods of Maria Montessori, who regarded the child as a “great eternal grace which enters the family” and “exercise a formative influence on the adult world”, every pupil / student of Tarlac Montessori School should play his/her part as a member of the TMS family in order to ensure a harmonious relationship within the TMS community.
The Tarlac National High School is the seat of the oldest public high school system in the country, established by the Thomasites. It first opened in September 1, 1902 under the supervision of Mr. Frank R. White, who was then the Deputy Division Superintendent for the province.