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I’m having a mixed feeling this coming school year.
My three grade schoolers went back to their previous school, at Lord’s Jewels Christian School. Among the many grade school they’ve been, this is the school that they want to go back with especially when they see the activities they used to do there — and it happened.
I never saw it coming when my eldest son started schooling. It was when my second daughter entered preschool. And then there were two grade schoolers whom I have to guide and assist to with assignments, projects, and reviews! To top it off, my youngest, at six years old, is also now in first grade.
Doing a simple Mathematics— that’s STRESS times three!
Disclosure: What I am going to state here about schools in Taytay-Cainta are based on my kids’ experiences and I. All views and opinions are mine.
My kids are now ages 10, 8 and 6 and they’ve gone to different schools already (except for my youngest). I hope you won’t judge my husband and I why our kids attended different elementary schools every year. We’ve encountered different experiences on these schools which unfortunately prompted us to relieved our kids and transferred them to another school, except for this first school:
LIGHT BEARER CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
This is where my three children spent and finished their preschool days in flying colours. My husband and I are proud and 100% satisfied that our kids studied in LBCDC in Taytay Rizal. Read More
In preparation for my daughter’s formal class in Preschool this year, we enrolled her in a summer class so she can be familiar with other kids who are also just learning to read and write.
My youngest daughter who will be turning five on June 12 will start her first year in Preschool as a Kinder I. Read More