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CLP began as Create Learning Center, a preschool in 2001 with 24 students ages 2 to 5 years old.  In 2002, it served 46 families and growth continued in the years that followed.  To date, the CLP community is composed of about three hundred families from the preschool to the early years and upper grade levels, as well as in tutorials and intervention programs. Each class has a maximum teacher-student ratio of 1:10 in the preschool and 1:16 in the early and upper grades.  The school’s mission and vision is fulfilled through maintaining a small school population, a multi-disciplinary approach and collaboration with the community and teacher specialists.

Enrollment Process

Enrollment

A. Child's acceptance letter with their placement for the SY will be sent via email.

B. For those with pending docs, submit pending documents

C. Pay the fees

D. Upon confirmation of the receipt, enrollment done! Your child will be placed in the class list. The class adviser will message them regarding their child's clp student's account and temporary password.

NOTE: Parents are required to attend a school orientation. Kindly contact the school to inquire about the schedule for orientations.

Assessment and Placement

Upon entry each student shall go through an evaluation process (Baseline Test and Interview or Play Observation)  to determine baseline data, placement and Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals (for children with special needs).

Submit Documents 

Photostat of the following:

Birth Certificate

Medical Certificate

Report Card from the school last attended

If applicable, Alien Certificate of Registration (for non-Filipinos)

Other Requirements

Completed Student Information Sheet

Two pieces 2”x2” ID pictures

Two pieces 1”x1” ID pictures

4”x6” Family Picture

Baseline Skill Assessment from CLP

Past School records and recommendation form (if applicable)

Attendance in Parents’ Orientation

Parents Interview

Inquire

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1.6-2.5 toddlers

2.6-3.5 nursery

3.6-4.5 pre k

4.6-5.5* kinder

 

*at least 5 years old by October 31, as per the Department of Education (during the pandemic)

**There is no age requirement for Grade 1 as long as the child finished Kindergarten level

GRADES 1-3: . . . . . . . . . . . ages 5.11 to 9.5

GRADES 4-6: . . . . . . . . . . . ages 9.5 to 12

GRADES 7-10: . . . . . . . . . . . ages 12.5 to 16

GRADES 11-12: . . . . . . . . . . . ages 16.5 to 18