Corpus Christi’s 3-storey school building at Pueblo de Oro is now underway. Construction is currently on the second floor.
The school building is inside Vista Verde Subdivision. I wasn’t able to get inside but the vertical works can be seen from Masterson Avenue. Specifically, Corpus’ new campus is just in front of Xavier Heights Subdivision. From its beginnings as a nursery school at Macasandig, it is has become one of the best schools in Northern Mindanao. Be it academic or sports, the school has garnered many awards both in regional, as well as in national competitions.
The school had its beginning in 1975 when Mrs. Ma. Corazon S. del Fierro rented one Sunday school room of the Cagayan Baptist Church along Tomas Saco Street. It was then known as Little School House. Over the years, the school’s population grew and one time while attending mass on the feast of Corpus Christi, Mrs. del Fierro came to a decision to start a high school. Thus, the school’s name was changed from Little School House to Corpus Christi School. The rest is now history. The Pueblo Campus is just proof of the school’s success.