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Re: Schools in Antipolo
« Reply #440 on: May 09, 2017, 10:24:21 am »
I'm happy with Assumption Antipolo so far. My daughter is an incoming 2nd grader and she enjoys school. Challenging lang yung transition ng daughter ko from progressive preschool to traditional school but I like that this school maintains traditional values and practices.
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Re: Schools in Antipolo
« Reply #441 on: May 11, 2017, 10:02:03 pm »
Hi! New here, any feedback about grade schoolers in Marcelli? I've heard na okay sila sa preschool, how about grade school kaya? Thank you

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Re: Schools in Antipolo
« Reply #442 on: May 29, 2019, 02:22:28 am »
Hi Mommies. Hope someone will notice this post.

We are currently scouting for a good grade school in Upper Antipolo. We already went to Marcelli and Montessori Integrated School and I would like to read latest feedback or any comments about these two schools.

For AY 2019-2020, Marcelli's TF for Grade 1 is 62-66k di pa kasama sets of uniforms. MIS is almost the same plus Activity Fee of almost 4k + uniform.

Hope we'll get comments and feedback about these two schools. BTW, he is from a traditional school. Medyo magaling sya sa concepts, mag memorize. I believe that is one of his strengths so I am worried in transferring him to either progressive or montessori.

Appreciate any advise, comments or suggestions.

Thank you. :)

 


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