Embracing Experiential Learning

In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing world, education is no longer just about memorizing facts and figures. At our international Christian school in Bacolod City, we believe in the power of experiential learning. We provide our students with hands-on experiences that allow them to actively engage with the subject matter and apply their knowledge in real-life situations. This approach not only enhances their understanding but also develops their critical thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making skills.

In our classrooms, you won’t find traditional desks and chairs. Instead, you’ll see collaborative workstations, maker spaces, and interactive learning centers. We believe that learning should be dynamic and interactive, enabling students to explore, experiment, and discover the world around them.

Building a Nurturing Christian Community

At our school, we are more than just an educational institution. We are a close-knit community that embraces Christian values and fosters a sense of belonging and support for all our students. Our dedicated teachers and staff not only focus on academic excellence but also on the holistic development of each student.

Through daily devotions, chapel services, and character-building activities, we create an environment where students can grow spiritually, emotionally, and socially. We believe that a strong foundation in faith is essential for equipping Christian leaders who will make a positive impact on their communities and the world.

Preparing for a Bright Future

As an international Christian school, we understand the importance of preparing our students for a globalized world. Our curriculum goes beyond traditional subjects and incorporates 21st-century skills such as communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking.

Through our partnerships with local and international organizations, our students have the opportunity to engage in service-learning projects, cultural exchanges, and internships. These experiences broaden their horizons, cultivate empathy, and develop a global perspective.