About the MC Nuvali Campus
The campus is a 15-hectare school designed by Archion Architects, with principal Arch. Daniel Lichauco. It houses student activity centers, sports complex, library, auditorium, dining facilities, and a chapel. Classrooms and facilities are conducive to learning - spacious with smaller class sizes and equipped with 21st century learning facilities.
50% of the land is being developed for structures and the 50% as open spaces. It is "green" for the following reasons:
- Emphasis is placed on sustainability with an efficient program on the use of water and energy
- Waste management system
- A drainage outfall where rain can is recycled for other uses
- Buildings uses green architecture with ample acoustic, wind, and lighting provision
- Development is sensitive to terrain, vegetation, and views