November 14, 2017 2:45 pm
With two established educational institutions within Alviera, fine learning is also within reach. Dubbed as the University Zone, it is envisioned to be a hub for educational excellence that will serve students from across Central Luzon.
Top-tier schools help shape the minds of children and teens, while young adults and those seeking higher education can enjoy unique opportunities for self-expression and creative exploration at Miriam College’s campus. The nearby Holy Angel University (HAU) also offers courses on business and accountancy.
HAU will be the first educational institution to rise in Alviera’s University Zone. The campus will feature elementary and secondary schools with support facilities such as cafeteria, chapel, athletics venues, and dormitories over a 10-hectare area. HAU is expected to be operational in 2021.
From the President’s message on its Founders’ Day 2018, “Holy Angel University has become the destination of choice of students not only from Angeles City, but also from other areas of the province and the region. For the best and the brightest students of Metro Angeles, we no longer compete with local colleges but with the best universities in Metro Manila. When our Alviera campus opens, we envision a time when the best universities of Metro Manila will have to compete with Holy Angel University the best and the brightest students of Central Luzon, Ilocos Region, and Cagayan Valley who would regard HAU as their school of first choice.”
Miriam College, on the other hand, will be a 10-hectare campus that will offer classes from grade school to college. The satellite campus will specifically offer senior high school and differentiated college programs focusing on arts, design, technology and management fields.
All these opportunities for learning can only be enhanced by the highly cultivated, natural surroundings, and nearby residential areas that can take away time spent in traffic in favor of hours spent more productively.