What are the PROGRAMS OFFERED?


The Pre-School, using the A.C.E. Curriculum offers two distinct beginning reading programs for young students.


NURSERY

The Pre-school Nursery Level also called the Reading Readiness Program (age 4 years old on/before Oct. 14), focuses on the following developmental skills:

  • Bible and animal pictures to emphasize phonics and visual recognition
  • Activities to support coordination development
  • Full-color picture stories to motivate reading
  • PACEs to provide practice in all developmental skills

KINDERGARTEN

The Pre-school Kindergarten Level also called the ABCs Learning to Read Program (age 5 years old on/before Oct.14) is a phonetic reading program designed to prepare the learner for the individualized instruction of the PACE system. This program features to help the students learn:

  • Letter sounds
  • Alphabet sequence 
  • Word relationships

Grade 1 to Grade 6 uses the A.C.E. School of Tomorrow Curriculum which aims to develop skills in goal setting, reading practice, character building and Bible integration. 


Its core subjects include Math, English, Social Studies, Science, Word Building, and Filipino. The PACE includes self-instructional activities that are carefully designed to develop thinking skills and create mastery in learning. It is also integrated with Godly character-building lessons that uphold teachings of the Bible.


Grade 7 to Grade 10 uses the A.C.E. School of Tomorrow Curriculum which aims to develop skills in goal setting, reading practice, character building and Bible integration.


Its core subjects include Math, English, Social Studies, Science, Word Building, and Filipino. The PACE includes self-instructional activities that are carefully designed to develop thinking skills and create mastery in learning. It is also integrated with Godly character-building lessons that uphold teachings of the Bible.


Our Special Education Program caters to students of all ages and special needs.


With the use of the individualized learning curriculum, learners are able to be among their peers and age-group with the assistance of tutors and shadow teachers if deemed necessary. The School is compliant to the DEPED inclusive education order and the “No Child Left Behind” policy.

Given the core skill requirement of reading and comprehension, the program is biased to high-functioning learners with special needs.


1:1 iPAD PROGRAM


The Senior High Program offers Academic Strands:  

  • Accountancy, Business & Management (ABM) 
  • General Academic Strand (GAS)

Our approach is fully EdTech integrated, thus individual iPad Devices are required for each student.

The Programs direction is to:

  • Provide students with top tech skills needed in their future careers
  • Introduce basic coding languages to develop critical thinking and creative trouble-solving skills
  • Improve moral responsibility in the digital village
  • Teach students continual academic growth with the proper use of online information

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