The Saint Pedro Poveda College (Poveda, SPPC, formerly known as the Poveda Learning Centre and Institucion Teresiana) is a private Preparatory School for girls run by the Teresian Association of Lay Missionaries which was founded in Spain. It is located in the heart of Manila's Ortigas Business District. The Alumnae and present students of this school include daughters and granddaughters of Filipino Presidents, industrialists, politicians, and prominent figures in Philippine society. It conducts classes in 3 languages -- English, Spanish, and Filipino. Founded in 1960 as Institucion Teresiana, the school was inaugurated by Maria del Carmen Franco de Martinez-Bordiu, the Marquesa de Villaverde and only daughter of Generalismo Francisco Franco of Spain.
* Segovia Building
o For Preschool students (Kinders 1-3) and Grades 1-3. It is named after Josefa Segovia. It includes the multi purpose room, college classrooms (library/study area) Leap Center and music rooms for extra curricular musical classes for the students.
* Victoria Building
- Named after Blessed Victoria Diez, Grades 4-7 occupy this building, including the elementary school principal's office,the Guidance Center, Social Action Office, library, and the audio-visual room.
* Poveda Building
- The first building to be built. High school students occupy this building, and includes the president's office, a chapel, the little theater and the Covadonga.
- A fully air conditioned three-story building. The first two floors are used for food facilities/eating areas, the third has been connected to the gymnasium/ auditorium
* A Gymnasium/Auditorium
- The newest building on the school's campus. It has three levels, the first, has a exhibit area, and the main lobby; the second, an open-spaced area; the third, the fully seated auditorium with a basketball court that converts to a full stage, it is fully air conditioned.
Address: EDSA, Corner Poveda St., Quezon City
Tel: (02) 631.87.56-58