In 2002, MSC main, which was then occupying the 4th floor of the La Suerte building was again outgrown by its growing number of students. Even with the old Agrix Supermarket or MSC annex, being used at the same time, an even bigger space was essential.
Fortunately at that time a four storey-building beside MSC Annex was nearing completion and the owner was looking for lessees. The building which was later named El Coco Building was perfect for MSC!
The whole of the first floor was occupied by MSC Data Exchange (and Service Center), MSC’s sister company dubbed as a one-stop computer shop. MSC Data Exchange was previously renting a space along Paseo de Escudero, but it fit just right in its new location.
The Mezzanine of El Coco was where the computer laboratory was transferred. The laboratory was big enough for 40 students, or one complete section.
The second and third floors both had two average-sized classrooms each. The fourth floor and the penthouse were used for Caregiving classes, which were first offered by MSC in mid 2002.
The move from La Suerte to El Coco consolidated MSC’s network into one location along A. Fule St. in two buildings beside each other. The schools were there:
- MSC High School
- MSC Computer Training Center, and
- the newly formed MSC Caregiving School;
The affiliate companies were there too:
- MSC Data Exchange
- MSC Service Center
- MSC Communications Technology (or MSC Net) – MSC’s Internet Service Provider