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Pasay City West High School is my high school alma mater. Our principal that time was the late Mrs. Anita H. Pizarro. It is located at Pasadeña street F.B. Harrison, Pasay City. This school is one of the largest public schools in Pasay City and has won several awards in some competition. It was built in early 1940 and it has been renovated several times. It is known to all of us as PCWHS. We had two ( 2 ) types of curriculum during our time; the college prep and the vocational. There are 7 sections in college prep and 4 sections in vocational classes. School modules and conduct were in high standard. The teachers were disciplined and well knowledgeable of their craft. Discipline was very strict. I could still remember Sgt. Tirona, the school officer strictly checks all students before entering the school ground if school patches and uniforms were properly worn, the boys had their hair to the proper length and that no one is late. A discipline that had molded us of what we are now. Learning was fun! The school atrmosphere was very conducive to learning, adventure and fun.
My Alma Mater, my school. I am always proud to be a product of a PCWHS class '73.