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School of Tomorrow or also known as Accelerated Christian Education.

What is a PACE?

The conventional textbook approach is divided into bite-sized, achievable work-texts called PACEs, each of which is equivalent to a chapter in a standard textbook. A year of academic progress usually is made up of twelve PACEs.

PACEs integrate character-building lessons into the academic content and are carefully designed to develop critical thinking skills and create mastery learning. Students begin each PACE by learning the objectives of the PACE, a Bible verse, and a corresponding character trait. From the very beginning students know what is expected of them and assume responsibility for their own learning!


INDIVIDUALIZED:
Recognizing the uniqueness of each individual, PCST does not place any student in a grade level based on age. Rather, each incoming student is given a Diagnostic (Placement) Test on each major academic area and prescribed curriculum accordingly. The student is given material based on his own capabilities, and advances throughout the curriculum in the same manner. Thus each student masters concepts that are challenging, but not overwhelming.


ACCELERATED:
Being placed in an individualized curriculum frees the student to advance through the scope and sequenced material at his own rate. As the built-in motivational tools are applied, most students not only finish a year of curriculum, but may advance to the next level of material within the same school year. 


MASTERY-BASED:
The self-instructional materials come complete with their own methodology and procedures, designed to help the child master each concept presented. The constant review and repetition, made possible through a low student/staff ratio, provides a very high rate of retention, broadening the knowledge of the student as he progresses in the curriculum. The student does not advance without mastering at least ninety per cent (90%) of the material he is studying. 


CHARACTER BUILDING:
Because the system seeks to prepare students for life with a vision of making them future leaders of our nation, character building principles are integrated in every academic subject in all levels of the curriculum. With Jesus Christ as the model, sixty identifiable character traits are defined and explained through Scripture verses, stories, and illustrations. The student is exposed to all 60 character traits at every level of the curriculum. These are further emphasized as character awards form part of the school's incentive program. 
 

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DISTINCTIVES OF THE SCHOOL OF TOMORROW SYSTEM

INDIVIDUALIZED:
Recognizing the uniqueness of each individual, PCST does not place any student in a grade level based on age. Rather, each incoming student is given a Diagnostic (Placement) Test on each major academic area and prescribed curriculum accordingly. The student is given material based on his own capabilities, and advances throughout the curriculum in the same manner. Thus each student masters concepts that are challenging, but not overwhelming.

ACCELERATED:
Being placed in an individualized curriculum frees the student to advance through the scope and sequenced material at his own rate. As the built-in motivational tools are applied, most students not only finish a year of curriculum, but may advance to the next level of material within the same school year.

MASTERY-BASED:
The self-instructional materials come complete with their own methodology and procedures, designed to help the child master each concept presented. The constant review and repetition, made possible through a low student/staff ratio, provides a very high rate of retention, broadening the knowledge of the student as he progresses in the curriculum. The student does not advance without mastering at least ninety per cent (90%) of the material he is studying.

CHARACTER BUILDING:
Because the system seeks to prepare students for life with a vision of making them future leaders of our nation, character building principles are integrated in every academic subject in all levels of the curriculum. With Jesus Christ as the model, sixty identifiable character traits are defined and explained through Scripture verses, stories, and illustrations. The student is exposed to all 60 character traits at every level of the curriculum. These are further emphasized as character awards form part of the school's incentive program.

BIBLE-BASED:
The School of Tomorrow system is built on the Bible truth that God has a purpose for each child, and that this purpose is best known and accomplished through the knowledge of God's Word. The Bible, therefore, is not introduced as another subject, but is central to the whole system. Each academic area is studied from God's perspective: Math as principles of God's order; Language as God's gift to communicate with Him and others; Social Studies as God's sovereignty over all history; and Science as God's design in creation.

NATIONAL CURRICULUM


In order to comply with the requirements of the Department of Education, School of Tomorrow Philippines has developed PACEs (modules) in subjects required for students studying in the Philippines:

PRE-ELEMENTARY Alfabetong Filipino
This subject, consisting of twelve modules, is given to students who have already begun to read in English and/or have finished the ABC's with Ace and Christi program, or to students who do not know how to read in the Filipino language. The oral activities are conducted as a group while the written assignments are accomplished individually.

ELEMENTARY Araling Panlipunan levels 1 through 6.
There are 12 modules for each level in this subject. Written in Filipino, the subject introduces elementary students to the Philippine History, geography, and culture. A secondary purpose for this subject is that it serves as the Filipino "reading" PACE, assuring teachers that students are able to read and comprehend Filipino.

Elementary Filipino levels 1 through 6.
There are 12 modules for each level in this subject given to students who have demonstrated adequate reading and comprehension in Filipino. The modules begin with the very basics of the Filipino alphabet and end with an introduction to the different kinds of Filipino literature.

Highschool
Philippine History
This subject deals mainly with the history of the Philippines and the Filipinos, discussing the many changes and transformations that have taken place in our culture within our territory, and the impact that these changes continue to have.

Asian History
The PACEs in this subject discuss the history of our Asian neighbors, their culture, geography and government. The subject goes further discussing the impact that other Asian countries have had on the Philippines, and the importance and relevance of a progressive relationship.

STAFF

Abad, Melody Love
CONQUERORS
Supervisor
MS Environmental Engineering,
BS Chemical Engineering
Aligada, Faith


Alvaran, Alvin
MINICLASS
MC Teacher/SHS Instructor
BSE Music Education
Alvaran, Easter Hope
MINICLASS
MC Teacher/SHS Instructor
BSE Music Education
Austria, Earl Jason
OVERCOMERS
Monitor
BSED - English
Barile, Lilibeth
CONQUERORS
Supervisor-Monitor
BSE Filipino
Dalugdug, Leonora
CONQUERORS
Supervisor
BSED - Math
Gariando, Charlie Roy
OFFICE
Miniclass , SHS Instructor and Director of School Ministries
BS - COmmerce Major in Accounting Management
Gariando, Jessica
ACHIEVERS
Supervisor
BSE - Computer Education
Kaiser, Christian Grace
PIONEERS
Supervisor
BEE - Major in Early Childhood Education
Lacaba, Sarah
MINICLASS
HELE/ICT Teacher
BS in Computer Science
Miranda, Edgar
MINICLASS
PE/Health Coach
BPES - Sports
Montana, Romelyn


Navarro, Ryan
ACHIEVERS
Monitor/SHS Teacher
BEE - Major in General Education
Orbeta, Cynthia
OVERCOMERS
Monitor/SHS Teacher
BSBA - Major in Marketing
Pelayo, Marifi
OFFICE
Finance in charge
Computer Science
Rivera, Beverlina
OFFICE
Office Manager/SHS Instructor
BS Civil Engineering
Sampang, Fermina
OFFICE
Registrar/SHS Instructor
BS Education
Samson, Maria Rhanea
OFFICE
Admin Assistant/SHS Instructor
BSBM Marketing Sales
Subastil, Ariel
Tech Lab
Computer Lab Facilitator
Computer Science
Superable, Romina
OFFICE
Frontdesk Receptionist/Secretary
BSBA Management
Trono, Susan P.
OVERCOMERS
Monitor
AB Political Science
Moneva, Joyce Bernal
ACHIEVERS
Monitor
BSED - Major in Math
Vidal, Zyra Clarish


Yadao, Erika Mae
LEAP
Facilitator
BSED