Money Don’t Matter: Top 8 Expensive High Schools in the Philippines

Money Don’t Matter: Top 8 Expensive High Schools in the Philippines

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Education is the key to a bright future. But sometimes, this education is never about the quality but is now becoming about what school you went into and how much you pay to get that education. Among the levels of education, High School or the Secondary level is the most fun and most interesting. Aside from the peers you get to know, the school is also a big part of having that wonderful secondary education experience. Having said that pricey cost of education and the high school experience, let us look into the most expensive high schools in the country, and assess whether they’re worthy to be that pricey.

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  1. MIT International School

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One of the country’s luxurious and exclusive International School is MIT International School or MITIS. It is located at Barangay Alabang, Muntinlupa City. Today, MITIS students pay an average of P208, 000 per year. This relatively expensive is to pay for the high class facilities that the school has. Some of its quality facilities are the world class library, interactive science laboratory, updates computer and music rooms. Aside from those, the school also offers high quality education that made it reach the 9rd highest rank in the 2013 NAT in the NCR Region. Today, the school has a total of 200 students.

  1. British School Manila

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British School Manila is a private-International school based in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig. This school offers a quality British education for children ages 3-18. With its comprehensive curriculum,  the school aims to develop and prepare students in a “Six Learning Power Scheme”. These six involves independence, collaboration, communication, reflection, questioning and creativity. Aside from that quality education and holistic educational approach, this school has a lot of world class facilities – swimming pools, indoor, fields for outdoor activities, spacious art rooms and interactive learning centers. Having said that, a student pays an average of P400, 000 per year to maintain the BSM’s luxury.

  1. Chinese International School Manila

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CISM as it is more commonly called is among the K-12 designed INternational School in Bonifacio Global City Taguig. Its center subjects include science, dialect expressions, social studies and Chinese. Although the major medium of instruction is English, Mandarin is simultaneously taught. Mandarin courses are important to preserve the culture in which the School is built upon. Today, there are 257 students enrolled in the school which came from 23 different nationalities. As luxurious as the name, the school also has top class facilities that justify an average of P445, 000 fee paid by students every year.

  1. The Beacon School

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Founded on the idea of providing students with the opportunity to develop an understanding Filipino culture and heritage, The Beacon School was established in the Philippines in 2000. The original aim of the founders was just to provide their Kids a home rooted in the PHilippine culture despite being International citizens. They solved the problem of Filipino schools being too much Filipinized and mainstream International Schools being farfetched from the host country. However, this was not an easy task, so they needed all the resources they can get o achieve that. Today, to get the return of those investments, students pay an average of P578, 000 per year. Worry not because the child’s educational experience is all worth that half a million Peso.

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