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Holistic learner development at Childlink

ARE you a parent looking for a learning institution that will grant your children a quality education that will mold them into a competent adult in the future? Look no further anymore because Childlink Learning Center (CLC) has all your kids’ learning needs covered.

As an institution that envisions to become the leading training ground for the future leaders of the community, CLC not only boasts of its complete learning facilities and competent teaching workforce but also of its strong dedication to holistic learning. Enrolling your kids to CLC means allowing them the learning experience that will target the development of their values, academic skills, and talents.

CLC directress Maria Theresa Tio shared that there are three crucial sides that dictate a child’s readiness to adulthood which CLC pushes to strengthen in all its learners. These are academic excellence, a learner’s personal values, and a learner’s joy and motivation in being in school. CLC develops its students’ academic excellence by exposing them to academic challenges where they are closely guided by their teachers in discovering their abilities. To hone their values, students are made to participate in advocacy-related activities where they are taught to use their minds and hands to advance the welfare of others. And to give them more reasons to find joy in learning, CLC exposes their students to fun-filled activities such as school plays, fashion shows, sports fests, cultural activities, and an entrepreneurship day where the students are able to channel their interests and creativity while learning along the way.
CLC has won in several inter-school contests in and outside of Cebu as well, a testament to their commitment to excellence and competence.

To know more about Childlink Learning Center, visit their campus at 530 Zodiacville Englic, V. Rama Avenue, Cebu City or log on to www.childlink.info for more information. CLC is now accepting registrations for academic year 2016-2017.

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