What a better way to successfully reach out to kids is to expand your horizons. Thus, this is what Eton International School aims for. They have launched their second branch last November 26, 2011 at Heroes Hill, Quezon City. The place used to be a headquarters for JUSMAG (Joint United States Military Advisory Group), a venue to reorganize Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and train its officers and personnel under the RP-US Military Bases Agreement. Presently, it was renovated and now a campus of international students for primary education.
Branded as the "school of the future", Eton provides a school where learning is more continuous, more relevant, and more adaptive. Located at a 3,200 square-meter community site, the school will start their classes on December 3, 2011 from preschool to middle school.
Shakers and movers of Quezon City graced the grand launch that night with Mayor Herbert Bautista and Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte as honorary guests. They are considered to be exemplary of high virtue of service and serves as a great inspiration to the youth. Also in the event is another honorary guest, Miss Korina Sanchez, ABS-CBN Broadcaster.
Eton International School president, Dr. Jacqueline Marzan-Tolentino shares
"It is not an accident that we found our new home in Heroes Hill, Subdivision, with streets named after World War II heroes and a community of distinguished residents, including Sen. Jovito Salonga, QC Rep Bingbong Crisologo, the late TV host Joe Quirino, journalist Armando Malay, Partylist Rep Satur Ocampo and his wife Bobbie Malay, economist Winnie Monsod, contractor F.F. Cruz, and painter Jose Joya.
She added " Given the rich history of this place, I am confident that this will be the school of the future leaders and heroes."
The school is complete with 20 learning style facilities and 10 Multiple Intelligence (MI) outdoor adventure zone. The school uses an international curriculum called Universal Design in Learning that allows children to have equal access and opportunities to learn and thrive in the 21st century.
Eton also awarded 10 boats to its adopted organization, Philippine Funds for Little Kids, through Jay Jaboneta, the group advocate, fire starter and chief storyteller.
Eton International School-Quezon City is located at No.3 Vinzon Street, corner J. Abad Santos, Heroes Hill Subdivision, Quezon City.
For more details, please call and look for:
Jessie Rose Perez
409-7832 or 409-7822