Dr. Danilo V. Ayap and Mr. Alfonso Borda, who shared the same passion for Education and Technology, well experience and highly competent people founded the Lyceum of Alabang on October 2003 with its original name as the National College of Science and Technology or NCST in Km. 88 GNT Center, Putatan – Muntinlupa City. The Founding of the College is marked by a remarkable vision and the abiding faith of the founders in the decisive role of education and technology in raising the quality of life of the people.
Founded as the premier institution in the south, Lyceum of Alabang is a non-profit organization dedicated to identifying, preserving, and promoting public awareness in Science and Technology. Bustling to be globally competitive in Education, Lyceum of Alabang became a part of the development of an educational institution in academic, sports, cultural, and social responsibility not only to the students but also to the whole community of Muntinlupa city.
At this point, hearty employees support was shown on the very first term of operation, when 580 students enrolled after only 400 had been anticipated. The board immediately had to increase in teaching force. Two full years of CHED and TESDA programs were offered, including BSBA, BSIT, BSCS, BSHRM, HRD, CT, ECT, and ComSec.
The industry of the board of trustees in the hectic days of founding the school is shown by the fact that several board meetings were held in the first year of operation, needless to say were the untiring marketing activities of the institution. The board members unselfishly sacrificed their time.
Another board meeting was held and these gave Dr. Danilo V. Ayap, an idea to amend its seC Registration as to the form of ownership of the institution. Thus, from being a private corporation to a family-owned corporation on April 2004, with Dr. Danilo V. Ayap, as the President and Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Mrs. Norma M. Ayap, the Vice President for Administration and Directress of Basic Education Department, Ms. Hazel M. Ayap, as the Vice President for Finance and Comptroller, Mr. Fritz Gerard Ayap, the Vice President for Plans and Programs, and Ms. Faith Ayap as the Vice President for Technology Education Department.
Today’s program is, in a way, was splendid to that of 2003, the present almost one-hectare land area with new wing building being built and still with an ongoing construction of facilities to meet the constant growth by the school: Enrolment today – and still on the upgrade is 2,800. During the past year the school has also been enlarged by being the only assessment center accredited by TESDA in the city of Muntinlupa, Para帽aque, Las Pi帽as, Taguig and Pateros (MUNTIPARLAS – Lapat District).
The new building of Lyceum of Alabang since its transfer on April 2012 in Km 30 Tunasan, Muntinlupa City, with an outdoor swimming pool adjoining, and its recreational ground and covered court give Lyceum of Alabang one of the finest school, from every standpoint in the entire city of Muntinlupa.
Gearing towards global Education, Lyceum of Alabang continue to move forward with plans on accreditation level status and develop new programs which are marketable and feasible.