About Us

The Bulacan Polytechnic College (BPC) was formerly known as the Bulacan Public Community College (BPCC). It was established upon the approval of the Secretary of Education on June 8, 1971 and started its operations in 1972. The approval came under the leadership of Governor Ignacio (Nacing) Santiago and the principal of Marcelo H. Del Pilar High School (MHPHS) Miss Juana E. Ladia, who then become the first school administrator. BPCC started with 44 enrollees. Two courses were initially offered from 1972 to 1974: the two-year Junior Secretarial course with 15 students and the General Education course with 29 students. Classes were held at Marcelo H. Del Pilar High School Main Building and started from 5pm to 9pm.

The dwindling enrollment of General Education in the years 1975 to 1993 triggered the opening of the Steno Typing course. Nevertheless, in 1994, due to low number of enrollees, both General Education and Steno Typing course were phased out. Unfortunately, in the middle of 1995, a conflagration reduced the school into its shell. On the same year, as part of the school’s relentless step, a new building was...

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