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Academic Programs

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM

  1. The program meets the DepEd curricular requirements for grades 7-12.
  2. Maximum class size is 6 students and all classes are subject-contained and grade-level-contained.
  3. Interventions (to remediate learning weaknesses) and accommodations (adjustments to enable the child to meet subject and grade requirements) are built-in within the regular class schedules.
  4. Grade levels are not repeated.
  5. Should the child be ready to join traditional schools, grade levels are equivalent.
  6. Lessons are simplified and presented in modular format.
  7. There are three types of high school programs to accommodate the various needs of students:

 

  • Regular

Students report to school daily, five hours each day. All classes are subject and grade level contained. While the lessons are essentially modular, teachers introduce the concepts by lectures and other modalities.

  • Home Study

Students do their modules at home and are only asked to report to schools at certain days. It can be a partial (goes to school 3-4 times a week) or full (goes to school 1-2 times a week). Though home study is intended for students with severe behavioral and social concerns, parents may also opt for these for justifiable reasons. Parents and students sign a contract of agreement before moving into home study.

  • Fast Track

Students who have the academic capability but for some reason have repeated grade levels or quit school for some time are recommended to do the fast track program. This program allows the student to finish two levels in one year and one summer at the least.

  • Classes Schedules: There is only one class per level.

All levels report for half a day only: Grade 7 & Grade 9 – 7:15-11:45 am Grade 8 & Grade 10 – 1:00- 5:15 pm

ELEMENTARY PROGRAM

  1. The program meets the DepEd curricular requirements for grades 1-6.
  2. High-functioning students with learning challenges (ASD, ADHD, GDD, etc) are qualified to enrol
  3. Maximum class size is 6 students and all classes are subject-contained and grade-level-contained.
  4. Interventions (to remediate learning weaknesses) and accommodations (adjustments to enable the child to meet subject and grade requirements) are built-in within the regular class schedules.
  5. Grade levels are not repeated.
  6. Should the child be ready to join traditional schools, grade levels are equivalent.
  7. Class schedule: Grades 1-3     – 1:00 am -5:00 pm daily Grades 4-6     – 7:15 am – 12:15 pm daily  

 

PRESCHOOL/EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM

  1. The program meets the K curricular requirements of DepEd.
  2. Students 4-6 years of age are qualified to enroll, especially those demonstrating all kinds of significant developmental delays.
  3. The teaching of appropriate skills and concepts are adopted to the child’s level of ability. The student may spend one or two years in this level, and then get promoted to grade 1 level.
  4. Intensive movement therapy is administered to the students to enhance their brain performance
  5. Maximum of 5 students in class

 

Classes are daily, M-F, 9:00 – 11:30.