St. Anne College Lucena, Inc.’s Preschool and Elementary programs underscore the importance of maintaining a SMALL CLASS SIZE to provide a more personalized learning environment for the crucial formative years of your child’s basic education. With the involvement of parents as our PARTNERS, your child will be provided with the special care and attention they truly deserve, even as we reopen the new school year with our SACLI-Connect Homeschool program and Online-Hybrid Learning program.
Our Preschool Program
Our Preschool program provides nurturing, caring and God loving environment that aims to develop healthy self-concept and positive self-esteem among children. Academically, our Preschool Program is anchored on learning the fundamental skills of reading, writing, listening, speaking, adding, subtracting, good manners and right conduct recognizing community members and talent development through play activities.
Our Elementary Program
Our Elementary Program aims to provide children with a supportive learning and dynamic educational experiences. It provides academic offerings which utilized learner-centered and holistic approaches to develop student’s lifelong learning.
The school’s Core Values which are Culture of Excellence, Competence, Creativity, and Citizenship are distinct values consciously integrated in all curricular, co-curricular offerings, programs and activities.
The curriculum is further enriched by offering a wide variety of activities and engaging interactions addressing the diverse interests of students. Granted the Level 1 Status by a nationally recognized accrediting agency, PACUCOA, the grade school continues its efforts to provide the best elementary education that will enable its graduates to keep up with the demands of high school life.
What Sets Our Preschool to Elementary Programs Apart?
Small class size for a more personalized learning
Caring and supportive teachers
Interaction with peers for your child’s holistic development
Exposures to academic and non-academic activities
Strong partnership with parents