The four buildings were built at a total cost of P25-million, the biggest corporate social responsibility project of Pilmico, which operates a flour mill and feeds mill in the city.
There are 24 classrooms in all.
In addition to more than 300 highschoolers there are close to 100 kinder pupils who use the classrooms.
Students perform a musical number in appreciation of the donation.
That's Pilmico president and COO Sabin Aboitiz (left) and Aboitiz Foundation president Jon Aboitiz (third from left).
The relocation site is named Bayanihan Sa Iligan Village, a 15.9-hectare residential area of more than 1,700 houses.