New STI Academic Center to Rise at Legazpi City

April 27, 2018

STI Education Services Group, Inc. (STI ESG) marked the construction of STI Academic Center Legazpi on April 26, 2018 in a groundbreaking ceremony.

Located on a 4,149-square-meter property at Rizal St., Cabangan East, Legazpi City, the six-storey school building will house air-conditioned classrooms with flat screen TVs, student activity centers with internet connection, industry-grade simulation laboratories, audio-visual room, kitchen facilities, cafeteria, and a covered multipurpose gymnasium, among others.

In our pursuit of academic excellence, we constantly upgrade our campuses and facilities to deliver our promise to make real life education accessible for the Filipino youth across the country

STI VP for School Operations Resty Bundoc, Vice Chairman and CEO of STI ESG Atty, Monico V. Jacob, Supervising Tourism Operations Officer Cristina Agapita Pacers, STI ESG President and COO  Peter K. Fernandez, Board Member of Liga ng Mga Barangay in Albay Joseph Philip Lee, Education Program Supervisor Quality Assurance Division Florenia Toralde join the ceremonial shoveling

Vice Chairman and CEO welcomes distinguished guests and dignitaries in his opening remarks

Dr. Dennis Rebueno, CHED Education Supervisor II in his commendatory speech

Florenia Toralde, Education Program Supervisor Quality Assurance Division in her commendatory message

Expected to be completed in June 2019, the STI Academic Center Legazpi can accommodate up to 4,000 senior high school and college students. It will offer in-demand courses and relevant programs in Information & Communications Technology, Business & Management, Hospitality Management, Tourism Management, Engineering, and Senior High School.

Starting April 2017, STI ESG began the construction of six more school buildings as part of its expansion program. These six soon-to-rise academic centers are located in Pasay-EDSA, Lipa, Tanauan, Sta. Mesa, San Jose del Monte in Bulacan, and Davao.

Also present in the groundbreaking rites are STI College Legazpi students and faculty members

Congressman Joey Salceda, Albay's 2nd District Representative during the groundbreaking ceremony
Cristina Agapita Pacres, Supervising Tourism Operations Officer delivers a special message

Joseph Philip Lee, Board Member of Liga ng mga Barangay in Albay

Congressman Joey Salceda, Albay's 2nd District Representative delivers his special message during the ceremony

STI ESG decided to shift its focus to an organic expansion instead of a geographical expansion. “We are not opening new campuses, instead we are building better school facilities for our existing schools so that they can continue to deliver quality education in improved spaces. As we continue to grow our reach and improve our campuses nationwide, we are also building stronger foundations in education. From the facilities, to the curriculum, and to the services we provide, we are committed to finding better ways to nurture our students to become competent and responsible members of society,” Fernandez concluded.