High School


Miriam College High School or MCHS is known for its holistic college preparatory program. We take pride in a student-centered curriculum marked by academic excellence. Our girls are academically prepared to pursue their chosen career tracks and passions in attaining their life goals. Here at the High School, we teach students to be resilient, independent, innovative, and creative, making sure they carry with them values nurtured by a good Christian and Catholic education. They care about the environment; strong in living out truth and justice; are morally upright; have unquestionable integrity, and they find fulfillment in helping and empowering the oppressed and marginalized sectors of our society much like Miriam of Nazareth.


Why choose MCHS?


Miriam College High School offers a college-preparatory academic program that features the interaction of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields, arts and humanities, social sciences, and business and trades. The curriculum design is informed by the goals of integrative and transformative education. The four institutional core values of truth, peace, justice, and the integrity of creation serve as overarching themes for the delivery of learning opportunities. All learning areas are geared towards the goal of providing an empowering Christian Life Education to all learners.

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  • 9 Pillars of Greatness

The Pillars of Greatness spell out the words


The pillars are tangible reminders for the entire MCHS community, especially the young women it serves, of the manageable steps needed to make it great in this world. Through these pillars, we link our learners and their mentors to the legacy of greatness started by the Maryknoll Sisters who founded the school more than 90 years ago.



On the students' 11th and 12th Grade in MCHS, they take classes based on their chosen academic track. We are currently offering STEM, HUMSS, and ABM Strands.

We hold orientations and counseling with our students so they can determine which strand will best fit their competencies and interests.


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What They Say

Klang Alcantara

When I was a little girl, I remember enjoying my pre-school days at the MC-Child Study Center (MC-CSC) because of the cozy pajama-like uniform, the tree house, and Learning Resource Center (LRC). Neve...

Reyna Mabulay

My education in Miriam College has taught me to appreciate a well-rounded and balanced approach to learning. I’ve learned to value not only the lessons taught within the classroom setting that allow ...

Kara David

Ipinasok ko sa Miriam College ang aking anak na si Julia dahil mahaba na ang track record ng eskwelahang ito pagdating sa academic excellence. Nalaman ko rin na matibay ang prinsipyo ng eskwelahan uko...

Missy Maramara

My formative years in Miriam College made me the woman I am today. Every component that comprises the entire Miriam education -- classroom lessons, outreach immersions, environmental projects, club pr...

Carla Sia

Holistic and empowering - those are the best words that describe the education I received from my years at Miriam College. The community, the environment, the teachers and the curriculum gave me the r...

Nina Daza and Billie Puyat

I spent the best years of my life in the beautiful grounds of Maryknoll, which were so conducive to learning: wide open spaces, lush greenery, and clean, fresh air. Maryknoll was my second home, and m...

HS News

Celeste Lecaroz holds first art exhibit, Spontanrealismus

Miriam College High School ’89 Alumna Celeste Lecaroz held her first solo art exhibit last May 12-26 at the Gateway Gallery, titled “Spontanrealismus”.Lecaroz draws inspiration from ...

MC alumna is ADMU Summa Cum Laude

Miriam College alumna, Justine Therese Malabanan, is one of this year’s Summa cum Laude at the Ateneo De Manila University. She graduated with a Major in Management (Honors Program), Minor in Interna...

MCHS faculty mentor aspiring Science teachers from Thailand

Science teachers of Miriam College High School welcomed five college students from Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University, Thailand to mentor them on how to teach Science creatively and innovatively.

MCHS students learn, apply design thinking in workshop at Goldsmiths

Eighteen Miriam College High School students attended the Summer Overseas Attachment Program (SOAP) in Goldsmiths, University of London, from June 15-25.

MCHS Glee Club bags gold, silver medals at World Choir Games in South Africa

The Miriam College High School Glee Club adds another feather to its cap after bagging Gold and Silver medals at the 10th World Choir Games (WCG) held in Tshwane, South Africa from July 4-8. The WCG i...

MC teams excel in WSC Global Round in KL; qualify for Yale Tournament of Champions

Nine teams from Miriam College were qualified to compete at the prestigious World Scholar’s Cup Tournament of Champions in Yale this year after excelling in different events at the recently concluded...

Patricia Gallardo Dwyer | MCHS Commencement Speech

Mga binibini… mga kapatid (bata pa kasi ako) – wow, mga magtatapos. Kamusta? Ipikit natin ang ating mga mata. Itaas ang mga braso para sa victory pose. Yun bang ang mga braso ay nasa...

Daily Diaries: The Perks Of Leaving Your Comfort Zone In High School by Almira Blancada | ABS CBN News

Leaving your comfort zone is quite a bold move. The thought of taking a risk and facing the unknown can be frightening. But if you want to reap the biggest rewards that life can give you, then it's al...

The Miriam Way by Terence Repelente | Manila Bulletin

How a student from a rural area reached her dream to study at one of the most expensive schools in Manila

President’s Challenge Exhibit showcases students’ big ideas

The winners of the first President’s Challenge turned their proposals into prototypes for exhibit at the MC-Henry Sy, Sr. Innovation Center (MC-HSSIC) last February 20-24.