85% PASSING RATE to top 5 local & foreign colleges
Reedley ensures that your child is prepared for college entrance tests.
Whether your child wants to become a distinguished professional or thriving entrepreneur, the key to securing his/her future starts with a strong academic foundation and getting accepted to a reputable university.
Every year, 85% of Reedley graduates pass the top 5 local universities in the Philippines such as University of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University, De La Salle University, University of Asia and the Pacific, and University of Santo Tomas. Also, they get accepted to foreign colleges in the USA, UK, Singapore, Canada, and other countries.
Reedley ensures that its students become globally competent young learners and leaders.
We are 1 of only 6 accredited schools by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) in the Philippines, and is also a Regular Member of the Council of International Schools (CIS). Our Humanities curriculum is based on the McRel academic program (USA), while our Science and Math programs are derived from Singapore’s national academic curriculum.
Our affiliations include East Asian Regional Council of Overseas Schools (EARCOS) Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development USA (ASCD), Singapore Teachers Union (STU), Kagan (USA), and The Principal’s Center – Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Studies have shown that schools with small class sizes help their students learn better and succeed in school.
Reedley keeps its class sizes small so that our teachers can give each child the care and focus that he or she needs and deserves. We design and monitor customized and holistic action plans for each student in order to address his or her academic and developmental needs.
Reedley’s class sizes are as follows:
16-18 students per class (kinder 1 & 2)
20-22 students per class (lower 1-3)
25-27 students per class (middle 4-6)
27-30 students per class (junior high to grade 12)
Several studies have confirmed that success in today’s world is no longer attributed to IQ (Intelligence Quotient), but to EQ (Emotional Intelligence). In order to strengthen EQ, schools should focus on teaching students how to control their emotions, stress, and nurture healthy relationships, hand-in-hand with academics.
Reedley’s flagship subject, Life Skills, gives students a holistic education by helping them manage family and peer relationships, develop healthy work and study habits, and learn effective time management. We incorporate The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens and Happy Kids by Sean Covey in our Life Skills Curriculum.