CLP SCHOOL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
CLP School offers educational programs for children as young as 1.6 years old in the toddlers class up until Grade 12. A progressive philosophy and system of education are echoed in all levels of the school.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
GRADES K TO 3
HIGHER BASIC EDUCATION
MIDDLE SCHOOL: GRADES 4 TO 6
UPPER SCHOOL: GRADES 7 TO 8
JUNIOR HIGH: GRADES 9 TO 10
SENIOR HIGH: GRADES 11 TO 12
After School Programs
CLP School offers enrichment programs happening after school to suit the needs and interests of the students and the entire community. These classes may be in art, theater, sports, etc... Catechism classes for Catholic students are also available to prepare them for important sacraments and teach them understanding of the Catholic Faith.
Learning Lab Tutorial and Intervention Center
The Learning Lab offers academic tutorials, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Reading Clinic and Math Intervention. These individualized programs may be availed of especially when recommended or required by the school.
Every summer, the school continues to open its doors to offer a variety of classes for children to enjoy and experience. Programs in Art, Dance, Theater, Music are offered in classes or in individual instruction formats. Learning supports in reading, writing, languages and the like are also available during the summer.
CLP recommends students ages 8 years old and above to enroll in Camp Life during the summer. This is a 5-day summer camp for children including those with special needs hosted and organized by Candent Learning Haus. Campers will learn independence through experiences that train them to be responsible for themselves, for their things, for others, and for the environment; Camp Life allows them to make practical decisions independently while nurturing creativity, critical thinking and interacting with a diverse group of people. The camp offers fun, interesting and relevant activities in sports clinics, arts, drama and movement, reading and writing, social skills, Earth stewardship. Camp Life also provides opportunities for siblings and peers of persons with special needs to understand and learn to establish meaningful relationships with them.