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Dominican College of Tarlac provides quality formal education within an environment conducive to learning cognitively, effectively and psycho-socially. The institution is committed to contribute academically sound and skillful individuals to the community.

 

DCT Vision

A God-loving, nationalistic and disciplined educational community for the formation of a competent person with passion for truth and compassion for humanity.

DCT Mission

We, the members of the community of the Dominican College of Tarlac, conscious of our Christian vocation and faithful to God’s call for evangelization, under the maternal guidance of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the inspiration of St. Dominic, commit ourselves to the holistic formation of the person, the promotion of truth and transformation of values for a life of dedicated service to humanity.

DCT Goal

The Dominican College of Tarlac is established, primarily, for the integral education of the person. As such, it aims to provide quality formal education within an environment conducive to learning cognitively, affectively and psycho-socially. The institution is committed to contribute academically sound and skillful individuals to the community; to form young people to be authentically God-loving Christians; and, to produce citizens who will be effectively contributing and valuable members of the society.


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DCT scribes qualify for DSPC

“It is overwhelming given the number of competitors per category, thus it does not end here. We all know that we still need a lot of honing to do, for we don’t want to settle for anything less,” Ms. Aiki H. Konno, The Dominican Gazette adviser, said as her writers qualify for DSPC.

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DCT celebrates annual feast day

With the theme, “MOVIES: Moving Onwards to the Vision and Illustrious Epitome of St. Dominic,” the Dominican College of Tarlac (DCT) celebrated its annual feast day of St. Dominic at the school quadrangle last August 8. “It is a tradition to come up with a celebration during August 8, feast day of our patron saint, to remember the good deeds and works about St. Dominic through a school program, coupled with an outreach program,” Mrs. Criselda Vitug-Ragel, St. Dominic class adviser, said during an interview.

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DCT Announcements:

Official Announcement

TO ALL DOMINIKANOS: Please be informed that classes in all leves are suspended tomorrow, August 15, 2016, Monday, due to the continued heavy rainfall and inclement weather brought about the prevalence of the Southwest monsoon (Habagat) that may compromise your safety.