High school is a challenging, if not dangerous, part of every student’s life. Normally, this is the stage where we start to grow up and experience puberty that messes with our feelings. For parents who want to find the school that will train their child, there are schools that “assure” quality education, but sometimes they’re pricey.
Nonetheless, this article is made to present to you the fanciest high schools in the country – according to their facilities and tuition fees.
Here’s the list:
MIT International School – Php 208,000
Located at Alabang, Muntinlupa, the MIT International School has Advanced Placement (AP) courses that allow students to take college-level subjects.
MITIS generally has a good facility for its students. It has a luxurious library that can provide varieties of books, an interactive science laboratory, air conditioned computer rooms, and a music room. MIT boasts its achievement of reaching the 3rd spot in 2013’s NAT in the NCR region.
The British School Manila – Php 400,000
The British School Manila is located at Fort Bonifacio, Taguig. BSM adapts a high quality form of a British Curriculum. Members of the British Royal Family have visited BSM. The first time was Princess Anne in 1999, and Prince Andrew, Duke of York in 2001 and in 2004.
The BSM has excellent facilities. It has an 8 lane 25m swimming pool for swimming classes, two fields for outdoor activities, spacious art rooms, an advance Learning Resource Centre with high-speed internet access, complete science laboratories and a Senior Assembly for drama productions.
Chinese International School Manila – Php 445,000
Chinese International School Manila or CISM, is located at Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. CISM is a member of Council of International Schools that set standards for international education.
The CISM has a large multi-purpose hall for various indoor activities, a well-planned campus building, a Chinese-themed library and air-conditioned computer laboratories.
The Beacon School – Php 578,000
The Beacon School, located in BGC, Taguig, is the first educational institution in the country to be authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization in Switzerland to deliver International Baccalaureate curriculum from K-12.
Aside from academic milestone, the Beacon School has exceptional facilities. It has an Olympic-sized pool, a large cafeteria for its students, advance computer and science laboratories, and interactive classrooms for a better learning experience.