by Adrian Marc M. Soriano


            Interface Computer College Manila and Caloocan won 3rd place in Men’s Volleyball in the recently concluded 1st NCR-ATSA Sports League organized by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority and the National TVET Athletics Association (NTAA), held November 23 to December 2, 2016 at Taguig City.

           Interface Computer College, Inc. is gearing up for Senior High School in line with the implementation of the K to 12 Education Program of the Department of Education.

          ICC offers Academic Track, with specific strands on General Academic Strand (GAS), Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) and Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS). ICC also offers Technical, Vocational Livelihood Track with specialization in Information Communications Technology, specifically Computer Systems Servicing NC, Visual Graphics Design, 3D Animation and Computer Programming.

            Interface Computer College Manila and Caloocan joined the 38th National Milo Marathon Finals held December 13, 2014 at the SM Mall of Asia grounds as part of the 50th Year Anniversary of MILO Philippines.

             More than a thousand runners consisting of students, faculty/staff, alumni, guests and visitors trooped to the starting point of the race along the southbound lane of Roxas Boulevard corner Quirino Avenue to join the race dubbed as ICC@30 Fun Run.
             The race was the highlight of the anniversary celebration on March 17, 2012. At exactly 4:30am, the said lane that stretched up to Roxas Boulevard corner Kalaw Sts. were closed to traffic to pave the way for the unprecedented historic run of INTERFACE COMPUTER COLLEGE. This proved to be successful, with the assistance of some members of PNP-MDTEU Manila District Traffic Enforcement Unit police headed by PSINSP Carlito Tumamao Sector V Commander and PSINSP Dante Campos, Sector IX Commander to maintain peace and order where runners for 3K, 5K and 10K finished the race within the alloted time.

          INTERFACE COMPUTER COLLEGE emerged as the overall champion in the recently-concluded TESDA SKILLS COMPETITION held in St. Jude College in Manila on September 7-8, 2011. The aim of this competition is to showcase the talents and skills of the contingents of the different participating schools and eventually show to the world that indeed Filipinos can excel in technical skills by participating and hopefully winning the ASEAN and International Skills Competition.

          INTERFACE COMPUTER COLLEGE dominated the skills competition in the different trades it participated in by its representatives and bringing home the GOLD medals as follows:

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