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Homeschool

Homeschool or learning from your home has intrigued me for a long time. I am a home person. Seldom do I go out unless it is necessary. I would love to have my children learn at home and efficiently use our time to learn more and to spend time together. I myself thought about getting my education for myself in the past.

When did this idea started? Traffic! I have avoided any work that brings me to regular work hours or requires me to travel outside my city. I had suffered mostly after graduating high school when my commute got me further from home. During college I had to go to school in Manila and my classes started around the same time as the office and other schools within the same area not to mention the density of schools, offices and other establishments. I had to wake up crazy hours to at least a lot two hours to make it on time! An hour or 30 minutes later might not cut it close. Sometimes I can get delayed by thirty minutes and sometimes an hour. Better be too early. There was one time where I left the house 3 hours ahead so I can be relaxed before taking a test and have time to study a bit more. As if the universe conspired to play a joke on me, I was late for thirty minutes! Of all the days a fire can break out it has to be at my route and when I have an exam. So much time of our youth wasted!  There are also safety issues that all have to worry about. I was fortunate enough not to experience any life threatening encounters however I have seen a couple of times people robbed in front of me while in a jeepney. This got me thinking. What are our options as parents or students or anyone who wants to get their education done at home? Homeschool, right? I did a few digging as I am thinking of this option for my children.

 

I just found out that there is an organization that aims to equip homeschools and organizations for institutions which offers homeschooling called Homeschool Association Of The Philippine Islands. It is a non-profit and non-stock group supporting existing and new institutions to the growing homeschooling movement. Their aim to make homeschooling recognized as an available and respected form of education.

 

Below are their listed members including a short description taken from their websites. Included are their contact details. I advise to contact the school for information that are not in their websites or updated informations or questions you may have on their homeschool offering.

 

  1. The Catholic Filipino Academy

 

“CFA is more than just a school. It’s a home for your family.”

 

We want your kids to be able to grow up in an environment that’s God-loving, passion-driven, and purpose-oriented. We believe that we shouldn’t let other people take control of our own children’s education. We want only the best for them. That’s why we have Catholic Filipino Academy, or CFA. CFA was founded in 2005 by Bo Sanchez, renowned best-selling author and speaker, after he saw the benefits and blessings of homeschooling his own kids.

 

Levels: Preschool, Elementary, Junior and Senior High School

School Calendar: June – March

Government Accreditation: DepEd

Web: www.catholicfilipinoacademy.com

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 632-7211088

Mailing Address: 41 Lantana Street, Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila 1109

 

  1. Gopala Learning Haven

 

Levels: Not Specified

School Calendar: Not specified
Web: https://www.facebook.com/gopala.play.center

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 63 46 8653722 / 63 906 377 3367 / 63 933369 2838

Office Address: Navadwip Farm, Barrio Batas, 4118 Silang, Philippines

  1. Homeschool of Asia Pacific

 

Homeschool of Asia Pacific (HAP) aims to help Filipino families have a happier life by offering stress-free, student-paced, simple homeschool programs for pre-schoolers, primary school and high school. This K12 distance learning programs are open to all Filipino students in the Philippines and anywhere in the world. HAP programs are open to all religion.

 

HAP aims to empower parents to pass their values to their children , be creative and fun in presenting lessons, protect children from being bullied, develop honesty, self-reliance and time-management skills in the students.

 

Levels: K-12

School Calendar: Students can start any time of the year

Government Accreditation: Non DepEd Accreditation / US registered

Web: www.homeschoolofasiapacific.com

Email: via webform: homeschoolofasiapacific.com/contact-us/

Phone: None Listed

Office Address: Madrigal Business Center, Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa , Ph

 

  1. Homeschool Global

 

At Homeschool Global, we help bring down barriers to learning. Engaging the whole family is the first big step, and is key to creating the best environment for learning. Because of homeschooling, children can learn anytime, anywhere. Families can stay together and learn together, wherever life takes them.

 

Levels: K-12

School Calendar: June – March

Government Accreditation: K -10 DepEd / 11-12 US accreditation

Web : http://www.homeschoolglobal.com

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 632 5027027 / 632 234 0432 / 63917 8008257

Office: Upper Ground Floor Fun Ranch, Frontera Verde, Ortigas Avenue, Barangay Ugong, Pasig City, Philippines 1604

  1. International British Academy

We all want what’s best for our children. Instead of just allowing your children to learn… how about teaching them to love learning? Instead of just maximizing their potential… wouldn’t you like them to be a positive influence in their communities and the world? Instead of just instilling success… what about inculcating best efforts that lead to excellence?

 

Levels: Not Specified

School Calendar: Not Specified

Government Accreditation: DepEd

Web: http://iba.edu.ph/programme/homeschool-programme

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 63 46 4715922

Office: Gen. Aguinaldo Hi-way, Anabu ll-D, Imus, Cavite, Philippines

 

  1. Kairos Homeschool Academy

 

Kairos is a non-stock, non-profit educational institution that aims to serve the Christian, Filipino-Chinese homeschool community. By providing a “take-home” hybrid approach to learning, we aim to streamline the homeschooling experience for first-time families. Enrolled students gain access to our 400-title children’s library, field trips, faculty assistance, and regular social opportunities.

 

Working hand-in-hand with the United Evangelical Church of Malabon, Kairos provides families with a multilingual environment where students can practice English, Fujianese, or Mandarin. As a school family, we constantly seek to love each other and to build each other up in the Lord.

Levels: Nursery – K to Grade 5

School Calendar: Not Specified

 

Government Accreditation: Not Specified

Web: www.kairoshomeschoolacademy.com

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 632 448 2504 / 63 917 694 6477

Office: Room 201, United Evangelical Church of Malabon 45 Gov. Pascual Ave., Potrero, Malabon City 1475

 

  1. Kids World Integrated School

 

Kids World Integrated School was established in November 1994 as Kids World Day Care Cooperative by a group of parents, with innovative ideas on how to bridge the transition of the child from home to the big school.

 

In the year 2000 , recognizing that every child who comes to our institution brings different learning styles, Kids World Day Care Center became an equal opportunity center . Children with special needs were accepted and provided special education services.

 

Levels: K-Grade 6

School Calendar: Not Specified

Government Accreditation: DepEd

Web: www.kidsworldintegrate.wixsite.com/mysite

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 632 6319842

Office: ONSE Campus 223 Panganiban St. corner San Luis Street, Barangay Onse, San Juan City

  1. Peniel Integrated Christian Academy

 

Peniel Integrated Christian Academy of Rizal’s vision is to be leading home school provider in the Philippines, producing students that are competent and well-prepared for college, with values intact and with extensive exposure to various disciplines. Peniel also aims to promote home schooling as a mainstream option in education and academic paths, and not merely as an alternative education.

 

Levels: K-12

School Calendar: June-March

Government Accreditation: DepEd

Web: www.penielintegrated.edu.ph
Email: [email protected]

Phone: 632 6827941 / 63 9361821391

Office: 42 Burgos Street, Vista Verde Executive Village, Cainta 1900, Rizal

  1. Philippine Christian School Of Tomorrow

 

The conventional textbook approach is divided into bite-sized, achievable worktexts called PACEs, each of which is equivalent to a chapter in a standard textbook. A year of academic progress usually is made up of twelve PACEs.

 

PACEs integrate character-building lessons into the academic content and are carefully designed to develop critical thinking skills and create mastery learning. Students begin their reaading PACE by the objectives, a Bible verse, and a corresponding character trait. From the very beginning students know what is expected and assume the responsibility for their own learning!

 

Levels: K-12

School Calendar: Not Specified

Government Accreditation: Not Specified

Web: www.pcst.edu.ph

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 632 8229663 loc 141 (Registrar)

Office: MJS Avenue, Levitown Executive Village, Barangay Don Bosco, Parañaque City 1711

  1. Victory Christian International School

 

Victory Christian International School (VCIS) is a Christian academic institution operating under the recognition of Department of Education (DepEd). It was established by Victory, a non-denominational Christian church in 2000 as Victory Christian School (VCS), through Bishop Manny Carlos.

 

In 2008, Victory decided to hand over the administration of the school to two of its trusted church members — Mr. Wallace Panlilio II and Mrs. Sheryl Panlilio. Victory Christian School later became Victory Christian International School (VCIS) in 2010.

 

Levels: K-11

School Calendar: Not Specified

Government Accreditation: DepEd

Web: www.vcis.edu.ph

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 632 6718505

Office: 339 Robinson Circle Capt. Henry Javier Drive Oranbo, Pasig City 1600

 

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