Sean's choice of going to Divine Light instead of Montessori was driven by his familiarity and being used to big schools. Coming from Don Bosco Technical Institute in Makati, where the average number of students per class is 40, Sean will be needing less adjustment in Divine Light. And based on my own research, DLA may be able to provide an academic environment much like that in DBTI (my fingers are crossed). The big adjustment will come from being able to mingle with girls, because DBTI is an all-boys school, which is, I can only guess, better for him to learn how to associate with both sexes.
My impression of DLA is that they're quite organized, at least with the admission and enrollment procedures, quite comparable to DBTI's tested efficient system. I opted to buy their entire package of school supplies for my kid, it's more convenient. Uniforms are customized, you can't buy ready-made from them. Their own tailor does it so give ample time for the sewing.
I am only hoping for the best for I am now going to stop comparing my son's new and old schools.
Divine Light Academy Molino Campus: Tuition Fee around 40,000 to 50,000 per year depending on the level including book and notebooks; Pre-school to Highschool; located in Town and Country West, Molino, Class size-30 to 35, Grade 4 has currently 4 sections. (Disclaimer: All errors are mine, for more accurate information- please call DLA Molino).
Address: Alicante Street, Town and Country West Molino 3, Bacoor, Cavite
Trunk lines: (046)5174321 to 22/(046)5171044
Admissions local 301 to 302
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