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Las Pinas. Quezon City.
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Ilocos Norte. Ilocos Sur. The Completion of the main building brought about the enrolment of more students which eventually led to the expansion of facilities. Dominic, founder of the Order of Preachers. Through the years, religious Sisters took turns in serving as principal, to wit: Sr.
Rosalina Mirabueno, Sr. Ines Fider, Sr. Irene Lapus, Sr. Magdalena Ofalto, Sr. Catalina Saligumba, Sr. Carmen Tiamzon, Sr. Loreto Penuliar, Sr. Catherine Cachero, and Sr.
Caridad Bayani at present. March was the last commencement exercises under the Religious Missionaries of St. From then on, the new congregation of Daughters of St. Dominic took over the reign of the school this time under a diocesan congregation with Bishop Jesus J. Sison at the helm. Carmen Tiamzon, principal of DS then, envisioned that the school could be of better service to the community of Capas and neighboring towns if it could offer tertiary education.
What started as simple typing classes, the "mustard seed" grew slowly into a college department that now boasts of courses like Computer Secretarial, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Elementary Education, and Bachelor of Secondary Education. Government recognition was given to the above-mentioned courses in , and respectively. To gain recognition from the Commission on Higher Education was not smooth sailing.
The college took a higher dimension through the efforts of Mrs. Caridad Bayani to whom DCT owes a great part of its present status.
From the beginnings of 35 students when the institution was established as San Nicolas Academy, the students has grown to over to date, backed up by a faculty, administration and support staff of more than one hundred under its new name Dominican College of Tarlac.