THREE schools are being eyed to host the eighth season of the Cordillera Higher Education Sports Athletic Association.
With the technical and executive committee set to meet this Friday, three schools are being considered to host this year's CHESAA.
Luzon National Bible College is a shool in for hosting but two more schools are in the waiting list.
CHESAA is now on its eighth season.
"Granting that LNBC would refuse to host, Baguio School of Business and Technology and AMA Computer College will be considered," said National Institute for Information Technology administrator Vladimir Cayabas.
However, Cayabas said if the three schools will not accept the privilege, Philippine Women's University offer of hosting the collegiate league will be entertained after it volunteered to host the collegiate meet recently.
"This will still have to be tackled during our meeting on July 9," Cayabas noted.
Participating schools in the CHESAA meet are the Data Center College Baguio, Easter College, AMA Computer College, and National University Baguio.
STI College Baguio will once again take a leave of absence in the league for the second straight year.
Also expected to see action for this year's CHESAA are National Institute of Information and Technology Baguio, Philippine Women's University, and Luzon National Bible College and Cordillera Career Development College.
Baguio College of Technology opted to stay as a member of CHESAA despite being taken in as the tenth member of the Baguio-Benguet Educational Athletic League.
"We will remain as a member of Chesaa and it will serve as a training ground for our varsity players," said BCT president Wilfredo Abad Sr.
BCT is one of the pioneer members of CHESAA, a collegiate league for the smaller colleges in Baguio and Benguet to compete in various team and individual sports events to promote camaraderie and team building among students from other colleges.