Did you know: ICA was Formerly a Co-ed School - Immaculate Conception Academy
Back in 1935, MIC sisters opened a little school on top of a hardware store otherwise known as the Immaculate Conception Anglo-Chinese Academy (ICACA).
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Did you know: ICA was Formerly a Co-ed School

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Back in 1935, MIC sisters opened a little school on top of a hardware store otherwise known as the Immaculate Conception Anglo-Chinese Academy (ICACA) to bring more hearts to God, and to bring hope and the opportunity of a good life to the Manila Chinese community. When Xavier School opened in 1951, ICA(CA) referred its male applicants to the Jesuit-run school, making ICA the first exclusive Catholic school in the Philippines for Philippine-born Chinese girls.

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