The school has eight classrooms equipped with computers as well as physics, chemistry and biology labs.
Students take general computing classes and are also trained on software applications commonly used in the workplace.
The school is developing new programs in plumbing, electrical wiring, informatics and hospitality and tourism.
Through a unique alliance with INFOTEP, the Institute for Technical Professional Development, the school offers hands-on training in refrigeration maintenance and repair.
In addition to academic facilities, the school has basketball and volleyball courts, a cafeteria and administrative offices.
Construction of a library began in 2006.
Total investment thus far exceeds $785,000 US.
Admission is merit based and tuition is nominal, in accordance with FPC’s commitment to sustainability and its desire to make education accessible to all local youth, regardless of family income.
The Catholic Church, Altagracia Diocese, operates the school with the cooperation of the Dominican Secretary of Education.
WITH NORTH AMERICAN TEACHERS
It has two stages:
The cooperation we received has been from Millikin University, but we are making contract with other universities.
Tel. (809) 959-3382 / (809) 959-3383