As a protective measure amidst the coronavirus pandemic, we are also opening full-time and flexible learning experiences for your children.
As early as Grade 8, we give more time for students to develop their expertise. They are individually assessed for their intelligence and guided in choosing their tracks or disciplines.
As we see our students as future movers and shakers, numerous activities for enhance learning and exposure in academics, sports, music, entrepreneurship and social responsiveness are lined up in their curriculum.
With vision as its torch, LALE exposes students to an array of activities that provide them experiential learning which open their eyes and minds to the realities of life.
The Pawikan conservation project is the advocacy adopted by Batch 2019. As they learn in Science the importance of biodiversity, they commit themselves to preserving the sea turtles, and bring to other people’s awareness to safeguard the environment through eco-tourism.
The Bottle School project is a student-initiated project. This advocacy is a long-term project of Batch 2018. This is their response to the issues that beset the country, and the call to make a difference. It has been their project since they were Grade 8.