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Mary Help of Christians School
MacArthu Hway,. Mabalacat City, Philippines
Children of Fatima School
MacArthur Hway, Mabalacat City, Philippines
Brighter Kids Academy (formerly known as Brighter Kids Learning Center of Angeles City, Inc.) was established on June 13, 2005 by Mervin S. San Jose with the help of his consultant Rodolfo C. Torres – author of educational books, CDs, publisher and a public speaker and with the generous support of the founder’s families, friends, relatives and church mates. This was established for giving an excellent education. With small capital, few chairs and tables, a single chalkboard and a few books, the founder hired two teacher to steadfastly nurture a dream of establishing a Preschool and Grade School education that provides an authentic learning experience for children to become enthusiastic, caring, compassionate, loving and problem solvers. Furthermore, to be known in the community for its highest educational achievement. This is a fulfillment of a long sought dream. Brighter Kids Academy of Angeles City, Inc. exists to provide quality and accessible education with emphasis on Christian Character achieving academic excellence. The school seeks to reach out to children and their families providing an environment that nurtures sound spiritual, physical, mental and social developmental needs.
Sto. Entierro St., San Nicolas, Angeles City, Philipines
Skill Power Institute is a non-stock, non-profit learning organization committed to community service through quality education. It was established in November 4, 1997 and has become among the pioneers of tertiary computer education, not only in Antipolo, but also in adjacent towns and municipalities. Various branches emerged after Antipolo. Nego-Skwela was opened in Quezon City. AMS and CDC courses were opened in Quezon City. Angeles, Cabanatuan, Urdaneta, Tarlac and Sucat Branches. Founded by Dr. Eladio A. Guevarra, Skill-Power Institute has taken larger strides to further augment its quality education by being accredited by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and the Department of Education. SPI’s objective is to enhance the intellectual growth of the youth and adult, as well as to prepare them to be globally competitive and equipped to face a fast-advancing world. Today, the founder’s vision comes into its realization by the birth of the SPI Systems Colleges which caters pre-elementary, elementary, secondary and tertiary education. Aside from the Tech-Voc courses registered under TESDA and 4 Years Baccalaureate Degree Programs recognized by CHED, SPI Antipolo reached another milestone by becoming one of the tertiary institutions that are now authorized by the Department of Education […]
Sto. Rosario, Angeles City, Philippines
The Philippine Women’s University or PWU is a non-stock, not-for-profit, non-sectarian educational institution duly existing under the laws of the Republic of the Philippines. The University will mark its centennial in Academic year 2019-2020. It is in the top tier of the Philippine educational hierarchy with Autonomous Status conferred by the Commission on Higher Education in 2008. The University’s core values are fostered through a curriculum centered on holistic character formation, the preservation of cultural and national heritage, family solidarity, ethical professionalism and service to the country. On June 9, 1919, what would eventually be PWU opened its first classes as the Philippine Women’s College. The vision of seven far sighted Filipino women – Clara Aragon, Concepcion Aragon, Francisca Tirona Benitez, Paz Marquez Benitez, Carolina Ocampo Palma, Mercedes Rivera and Socorro Maraquez Zaballero – the nascent university had an initial enrollment of 190 students. The goal was to prepare young Filipino women for a life of service and leadership. In 1932, thirteen years after opening, the college won university status, becoming known henceforth as the Philippine Women’s University and thus the first university for women in Asia founded by Asians. Following evolving trends PWU started admitting male students in the […]
Sto. Entierro St., Angeles City, Philippines
Saint Emiliana Academy of Excellence, INC. was established by the Guevarra family in 2007, after its administrator, Edna S. Guevarra left the management of Liceo de Angeles, INC. for which she was the co-owner and school administrator for seven years since May 2000. SEAE is a non-sectarian, private educational institution, providing preschool, elementary and special education. It is organized in accordance with policies and standards of the Department of Education. The school year 2007-2008 marks its first year of operation. Back then, Ms. Guevarra was not really keen on pursuing a career in the field of education because she is an accountant by profession. In 1986, her second daughter Karen was born, but at the age of five, she was diagnosed to have developmental disabilities. She had a hard time being accepted to a regular school because she cannot cope with the demands of a regular curriculum, hence, she must be provided with a special curriculum suited to her educational needs. Her fervent desire to provide her daughter with appropriate learning experiences led her to enroll in a Special Education course (M.A. Education, major in Special Education), as well as course in Early Childhood Education at the University of the […]
Francisco St. Don Pepe Subd, Angeles City, Philippines
Kumon Mathematics Reading Angeles City Center
Sto. Entiero St., Angeles City, Philippines
St. Thomas More College A private undergraduate business college which trains students to be professionally and morally prepared in dealing with highly changing environment.
New York Ave., Angeles City, Philippines
L’altra Montessori School Inc. is a private educational institution that is well-known in delivering quality education for years. Schools are known to be the second home of a child and whatever they learned from their teachers and the values that they see from the organization will somehow play a vital role in the development of their behavior in the future. That is why it is very important to ensure the learning and the reception of these kids during their everyday classes so as to let the professor have a full assessment of the performance of every student. Here at L’altra Montessori, all of the pupils and students are being trained at an early age to know the deepest cultures of history and the in-depth science of everything. But most importantly, the values and practices that a genuine Filipino home should have. The school is well accountable to the methods of teaching the children about many things and we know that kids nowadays are so inquisitive and curious so they make sure that they only teach the accurate and unbiased facts that will help them be a better person in the coming years. Since L’altra Montessori School Inc. is a private […]
120 Clark Ave., Villasol Subd., Angeles City, Philippines
Clark Field Christian School FoundationYour child's EDUCATION and VALUES FORMATION is our COMMITMENT
Clark Field Christian School Foundation Offers: *Pre-School *Elementary *Grade 7-10 Requirements: 2 pcs 2×2 colored pictures Birth Certificate F-138 (Report Card) F-137 (Student’s Permanent Record) Certificate of Good Moral Character Medical Certificate/History Other School Activities and Facilities – computer hands on/ media center – ESL Laboratory – Tutorial Services – Safe and Healthy Catering – Music and Choir room After School Activities – TAEKWONDO – BADMINTON – PAINTING AND CRAFT – PIANO/ GUITAR/ FLUTE/DRUMS – KOREAN LEARNING CENTER – SOCCER *ALL CLASSROOMS ARE FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED. *LIMITED STUDENTS PER CLASSROOM. “Your child’s EDUCATION and VALUES FORMATION is our COMMITMENT”
3612 First St., Angeles City, Philippines
Flight School International
Sto Entiero St., Angeles City, Philippines
Holy Family University
Sto Rosario St,Angeles City, Philippines
Clark CDC Child Learning Center
R. C. Santos, Clark Special Economic Zone, Philippines
Saint Peter’s College
Sto Rosario,Angeles City, Philippines
J.F. Kuzma School has served generations of young children of Angeles City. Away from the city noises and busy streets. The quietness, beauty, and friendliness of the campus provide an outstanding environment in which to study. We believe that all children are capable of learning and can become self-reliant, contributing to their community, and their global society. A great contributor to the school’s prominence is the full support from the parents and guardian, the school personnel, district officers and the board of education. The school offers four levels: Preschool, Elementary, and High School. The non sectarian atmosphere and philosophy of the school provides a great moral and spiritual foundation for our students. The faculty is highly qualified and well educated in their fields of expertise. Half of the faculty has Masters Degrees. A retired school teacher from Canada teaches ESL to our High School Students. We are proud of this legacy and we continue to be committed to excellence in education. We welcome your interest, your questions, and your visits.
329 Mt. Arayat St., Clarkview Subdivision, Angeles City, Philippines
Ateneo de Manila University Graduate School of Business Although students have many different motivations for pursuing graduate studies in business, I imagine most of our students come to us out of a desire to develop their potential to the fullest of their ability; a desire to unleash their capabilities so that they can achieve better performance for their organizations, whether as managers or as entrepreneurs.In your desire to create a better future for yourselves, I hope that you will not forget your responsibility to include others in your plans. I hope that somewhere in your dream to “build a better tomorrow”, you remember to make tomorrow not just better for yourselves, but for the people and the communities around you, as well. Our gifts and talents were not given to us to be used solely for our own benefit, but to be shared with others so that everyone can benefit.Here at AGSB, we passionately believe that your education is incomplete if it focuses only on technical training, and ignores formation. We cannot just help you to gain the skills to run your organization better; we need to help you to grow as a total person.
07C-2 BerthaPhil Clark Center, Clark Special Economic Zone, Philippines
International Technopreneur Institute Inc.
Richtoffen St., Angeles City, Philippines
Gueco Balibago Elementary School teaches students in grades first through sixth in Angeles City, Pampanga of Central Luzon (Region III). The school has 64 instructional rooms and 4 non-instructional rooms, which are all powered by a power grid. With 3,550 students, class size is around 56 students. Leonida K. Quinto is in charge of the school, acting as the school’s Principal.
HG Lopez St., Angeles City, Philippines