The Curriculum

at Baguio Pines Family Learning Center


The pre-school or pre-elementary program includes pupils in Nursery, Pre-Kinder and Kindergarten

This program is duly recognized by the Department of Education. Classes are maintained with a small number of pupils to create a close teacher – pupil relationship and a good environment for meaningful interaction, teaching and learning. Each class has a homeroom teacher or teacher – in– charge who is responsible for the pastoral care of pupils and who keeps close contact with parents


Children who turn three and a half (3 1/2) years old by June are eligible for entrance into the Nursery Program in June of that school year.

The primary principle in the Nursery Program is play and exploration. Children spend much time in dramatic play and exploration of the creation or things around them, with plenty of interaction and input from the teacher. The program aims to develop socio-emotional abilities to enhance confidence in learning while leading them to recognize their Creator, the Lord Almighty. Constant attention is given to develop motor skills and aesthetic values, affirming self-reliance, powers of reasoning, planning and implementation as well as learning basic classroom routines.


Children turning four and a half (4 1/2) years old by June of the school year may enroll in Kindergarten I.

The objectives of this program include the development of cognitive, social and emotional behavior and learning about health and safety. Music, arts and physical education are essential parts of the program along with teaching the foundations of language, reading and numerical skills.



Children who have completed the Kindergarten I program and who will NOT turn six and a half (6 1/2) years old by June of the school year should enroll in K-II program.

This program offers an expanded curriculum of the K-I program. Pupils completing this program are well prepared for public or private elementary schools, thus, are conferred with a Diploma in Preparatory School.


The Grade School or Elementary Curriculum strictly adheres to the requirements of the Department of Education with the addition of Bible as a core subject.

Each class is handled by a Homeroom Teacher or Class Adviser. Core subjects such as English, Math, Science, Social Studies and Bible are taught by specialist teachers especially in the higher grade levels.

Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.

Malcolm X