Santa Isabel College, Manila is a former all girls Catholic school in Manila (they are now accepting boys of all levels), Philippines offering courses at the primary, secondary, and post-secondary levels. The school is currently operated by the Daughters of Charity.
- April 6, 1594 - Institution founded as a Charitable Brotherhood
- October 24, 1632 - Institution becomes the Colegio de Santa Isabel beginning its educational history
- May 25, 1636 - Rules and regulations governing the college were drafted
- March 25, 1733 - Philip V of Spain orders the college be called "Real Colegio de Santa Isabel" (Royal College of Saint Isabel)
- 1852 - Isabella II of Spain orders the Daughters of Charity to the Philippines
- July 22, 1862 - Daughters of Charity arrive in the Philippines
- 1866 - Real Colegio de Santa Isabel merges with Colegio de Santa Pontencian
- August 13, 1933 - A fire destroys almost half of the college
- February 7, 1945 - A fire destroys the college during the Battle for the Liberation of Manila
- September 14, 1947 - A marker is unveiled commemorating the new, English name of the college
- Bachelor in Music
- Bachelor in Arts
- Business Management
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Santa Isabel College's High School is a high rated Department by PAASCU. It teaches advance Lessons compared to other schools. The high school department is Christ Centered and promotes goodness in each student.