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Author Topic: Feedback: O.B. Montessori toddlers-casa  (Read 42733 times)

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Re: Feedback: O.B. Montessori toddlers-casa
« Reply #60 on: April 07, 2014, 02:35:28 PM »
Does anyone know when the free 1 week trial for toddler class will run at OB GH?

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Re: Feedback: O.B. Montessori toddlers-casa
« Reply #61 on: February 05, 2015, 01:27:52 PM »
Hi mga mommies,

Currently kasi naka enroll son ko sa Schola Progressio Fairview, but since they are closing na next school year (Pinapavacate sila ng FEU dun sa building na nagrerent sila) I'm school hunting nanaman.

Considering rin sana OB Montessori Fairview but after reading yung post ni sis sasha16 natakot naman ako :(

Any new updates or reviews on the school??

Thank you!

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Re: Feedback: O.B. Montessori toddlers-casa
« Reply #62 on: March 03, 2015, 05:35:20 PM »
Plano ko rin I-enroll ang anak ko sa OB Fairview, (CASA) This SY, nagalala din ako bigla sa feedback.
 
Baka hindi ma-handle ng bagong teacher yung anak ko, napaka intrimitida pa naman nya.

Bale nakapag Playgroup, pre-nursery, nursery at ngayon K1 na sya. (nag start sya 18months old)

Mataas pa naman ang expectation ko sa OB. na dapat mas maayos sila kaysa sa school nya ngayon.

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Re: Feedback: O.B. Montessori toddlers-casa
« Reply #63 on: March 25, 2015, 07:44:36 PM »
Hi, everyone.  :)  I'm planning to have my daughter take their trial class when she's 3 (there's are no toddler classes being offered here at O.B. Montessori Las Pinas).  Right now, she's 2 and a half.  Did any of you enroll your child at a toddler class before enrolling her/him at O.B. Montessori?  Would you guys recommend that I enroll my daughter in a toddler class until she's old enough for O.B.?  Or do you think that it's best that I just wait until she's 3 and just really start her off with O.B. Las Pinas?  I was thinking of enrolling her first in a summer program at Toddler's Unlimited, Prep Camp or The Bridge School so she can get a feel of what school is, but I would hate for her to keep changing schools especially if she is happy and settled in that particular one.

same question..my baby is 17months old.
Would you guys recommend that I enroll my daughter in a toddler class until she's old enough for O.B.?  Or do you think that it's best that I just wait until she's 3 and just really start her off with O.B.? Mas malapit kami sa OB Fairview.
« Last Edit: March 25, 2015, 11:46:06 PM by sweetscience »
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Re: Feedback: O.B. Montessori toddlers-casa
« Reply #64 on: February 23, 2016, 12:25:34 PM »
Hi, after almost a year, sa mar 15 na ang graduation ng junakis ko, advance casa OBMC- Fairview. Excited na syang mag Grade 1 kasi daw makakaakyat na sya ng 2nd floor. Ok naman basta happy ang junakis happy na rin ako. 90k yung tuition nya +3k sa bags at uniforms. Yung grade 1 naman nila 93k hindi pa kasama yung bags at uniform. Nakapagpa reserve na rin ako ng slot.

Sa lahat ng mommies na nakatapos na ang anak ng AC, talaga bang hindi uso ang awarding? if yes, bakit?
just asking.


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