Feedbacks for Kinderheim for Incoming Nursery/Kinder

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For School Year 2011-2012


Kinderheim Preschool and Grade School in Quezon City

Parenting
Schools in Metro Manila
Schools in Quezon City (District II)
Philippine Education
This school year 2011-2012, I did researched and ocular inspection on some progressive schools for my incoming toddler in Quezon City. Factors includes: must have a progressive method , vicinity, environment [mosquito-free], teaching approach, tuition fee rates comparison and the lists goes on from a curious parent.
Feedbacks for Kinderheim for Incoming Nursery/Kinder

I came across between two possible early childhood preschools: Kinderheim & Kinderhaus

Both have gained positive reviews from parents, the only cons I have with Kinderhaus was its location. We are from Diliman area while Kindehaus is at South Triangle, wherein Kinderheim is conveniently just a few meters across our village. If Kinderhaus raves a higher over-all score, I consider the travel hours and traffic a bit torture to us. 
All schools are okay, you just have to choose what approach a parent preferred, kids are born smart, it’s a matter of early guidance for them to lead the right path.

Meanwhile here’s the summarized Kinderheim Pre-School & Grade School tuition & fees for SY 2011-2012:
Pre-School Level      Annual       Semestral  Monthly 
Daycare                  PhP45,460  PhP47,184   PhP48,910
Nursery/Kinder/Prep PhP46,440  PhP48,164   PhP49,890

Grade School Level  Annual       Semestral  Quarterly
Grade 1                  PhP45,510  PhP46,774   PhP48,038
Grade 2                  PhP45,050  PhP46,314   PhP47,578
Grade 3                  PhP45,210  PhP46,474   PhP47,738
Grade 4                  PhP45,400  PhP46,664   PhP47,930
Grade 5                  PhP45,470  PhP46,734   PhP48,000
Grade 6                  PhP45,810  PhP47,074   PhP48,340

Fees includes: 
Tuition
Library/Laboratory/Audio-Visual
Materials/Activities
Student Services/Medical/Insurance
Facilities/Maintenance
Fieldtrip/Events/Class Pictures
School Kit/Drill Sheets
Textbooks

Kinderheim offers: 
  • Latest programme design for quality basic education
  • Modern teaching methods and facilities
  • Highly qualified and experienced teachers
  • Limited students per class [max. 18] for closer supervision
  • Air-conditioned classrooms
  • Spacious and well secured waiting area
  • Accredited by the Bureau of Immigration to accept foreign students.
  • Air-conditioned school bus service exclusive for Kinderheim

Kinderheim
35 Holy Spirit Drive
Don Antonio Heights
Holy Spirit, Quezon City
[t] 931.0233
[e] info@kinderheim.com
[w] http://www.kinderheim.com/
UPDATES (June 2011)
We did not enroll in any of the schools mentioned above, instead our daughter went to Early Literacy Clinic (ELC) in New Capitol Estates I, Quezon City. Inside the village lives one of the best progressive preschool in Quezon City. 🙂 We will be posting separated features about Early Literacy Clinic soon.

 

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10 Comments

marikoy · March 22, 2011 at 6:52 pm

>Grabe, ang mahal na pala ngayon, kinder pa lang yan. Tsk, tsk… Ibig sabihin hindi pa nakagraduate ng high school ang anak, mga isang milyong piso na ang gagastahin sa education niya. Hay…

Jona · March 23, 2011 at 12:20 am

>progressive learning methods are really the best. though more expensive than others. hope i can find progressive learning schools in our area. thanks for sharing the info 😀

Jona · March 23, 2011 at 8:20 am

>progressive learning methods are really the best. though more expensive than others. hope i can find progressive learning schools in our area. thanks for sharing the info 😀

Green Dei/Daryll · March 23, 2011 at 11:27 am

>@ Marikoy: you said it sis, we only have 1 kid so far, what else if they are 7 siblings? =)@Jona: where's your location sis?

♥♥ Wil · March 23, 2011 at 7:52 pm

>Grabeh! Sobrang mahala naman ng private school jan, kaso naman kung sa public mo ipapasok ang anak mo,sa dami ng student, baka wala na ring matutunan!

Anonymous · March 31, 2011 at 11:11 pm

>hi 🙂 tanong ko lang for their daycare ilang taon ang accepted age? 🙂 malapit lang din kami sa Kinderheim 🙂 thanks

    Daryll Villena · February 3, 2013 at 11:57 pm

    I recommend ELC in NCE I (just across Don Antonio) besides Ever Gotesco Mall.

Green Dei/Daryll · March 31, 2011 at 11:23 pm

>@ Anonymous: for Daycare – 2 to 3 years old

Baby · March 4, 2013 at 2:21 am

hello, may i ask ur update from ELC already the place and was able to talk to teacher mimi..i am impressed just need feedback for info gathering. thanks

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