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We are a K+12 educational institution that adheres to the

Progressive Learning Methodology


Progressive Learning education addresses the deficiency of traditional methods of teaching.
It is an educational movement which gives more value to experience than textbook memorization.  It emphasizes experiential learning that concentrate on the development of a child's talents.


The CLP Vision

To be the best progressive Early Childhood and Basic Education institution that nurtures diverse learners to be active thinkers and peace builders.



To provide a multi-dimensional learning experience to meet the diverse needs of all kinds of minds and foster a culture of peace in realizing the full potential of each individual through a curriculum anchored on Peace Education.

The School Directors


Katrina G. Carandang

Katrina has more than 20 years teaching experience.  She specializes in child development and guidance.  She finished her undergraduate degree from the University of the Philippines. She is a teacher-trainor for Teach Peace Build Peace Movement and advocates for peace education and the inclusion of children with special needs


Desiree Villegas

Desiree years of teaching experience and specializes in early childhood.  She completed her AB Management degree from College of Saint Benilde-De La Salle University and her Professional Teaching Certification program from the UP Open University.


Frances Kristine V. Canon

Frances has more than 20 years teaching experience from preschool to college levels.  She is currently a faculty member of the College of Education at De La Salle University, and formerly at UP, Diliman. She is a children’s book writer and has authored original Filipino children’s picture books. She finished both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of the Philippines. Aside from literacy, her advocacies include peace education and inclusion of children with special needs.


The school has acquired Deped Recognition since 2009 for its elementary and high school and SPED programs.  The school is a recipient of the 2017 Excellence in Educational Transformation Award (EETA) for its innovations in Peace Education ingrained in its curriculum and programs. In addition, CLP School is an official partner of various organizations that promote peace, love for learning and love for the earth, namely, Teach Peace Build Peace Movement (TPBPM), The Storytelling Project, and Dolphins Love Freedom. Some faculty members are part of the formators that design and develop teacher training programs for peace education for the Kapatiran Schools of TPBPM.

CLP School has pioneered the Youth Peace Summit (YPS) which brings together students from different schools not to compete with one another, but to interact, form alliances and work together for peace.  The YPS is unique in a sense that children as young as 6 years participate in a one day workshop that seeks to empower and equip the youth to be tomorrow’s peace builders.

Graduates of CLP School move on to enter colleges of their choice including the top universities in the Philippines.

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