Homeschool Help : Accredited Homeschool Providers

Note: This post is updated as of March 13, 2018. 

If you are considering homeschooling in the Philippines, you might be wondering about accreditation of your child’s homeschooling endeavor with the Department of Education. Well fear not, since there are a number of accredited homeschool providers in the country where you can enroll your child.

Angelicum College Home Study Program
(Year Round Enrollment)
Address: 112 M.J. Cuenco St. Sta. Mesa Heights Quezon City, Philippines
Contact Number: (2) 732 4243,

Blended Learning Center Manila
(Alternative Learning System,)
Address: #56 Lantana cor New York Sts. Cubao, QC
Contact Numbers:  (2) 410 3912, (0906) 295 2265,(0926)401 6141,(0917) 621 2167, (0998) 531 7949
Facebook: http://www.facebook/blendedlearningcentermanila

Bright Young Minds
(You can choose your own curriculum either DepEd accredited or U.S. curriculum)
Address: Unit 304, Venture bldg. Prime Cor. Market St. Madrigal Business Park, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
Contact Number: (2) 774 3747, (0920)417 3070, (0917)817 0321
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CAL Academy International
Address: President Villa, West Service Road, Sucat, Muntinlupa City
Contact Numbers: (2) 655 9121,( 0947) 718 8282 

Catholic Filipino Academy
(Catholic Homeschool using local textbooks, June to March calendar, Pre-school to High School)
Address:8th floor Obispado de Cubao, 41 Lantana Street, Cubao, Metro Manila, Quezon City, 1109
Contact Numbers: (2) 721 1088, (0915) 668 8577
Email: Preschool –, Elementary –, High School –

Colegio de San Juan de Letran Home Study Program
Contact Number: 4042958 loc. 214

GSL Connections Homeschool Hub
Address: Dipolog 
Contact Number: (0939)6063838

Gopala Learning Haven
Address: Silang Cavite 

Contact Number: (0906)377 3357

Harvest Christian School International
(US based program with year-round enrollment, DepEd accredited program with prescribed local books or Open Curriculum, Preschool to High School)
Address: 24-B Tres Borces Street, Mabolo, Cebu City, Philippines 6000 
Makati Virtual Office : Level 22, Tower One and Exchange Plaza, Ayala Triangle, Ayala Avenue Makati City
Contact Numbers: (32) 232 9608, (32) 231 0208, (32) 514 6063, (0943)270 5616, (0921)589 8232
Email :

Homeschool Global
(Christian Homeschool, Open Curriculum, with US Accreditation, Pre-school to Highschool)
Address: 2nd floor Ayala Malls 30th Pasig City 
Contact Numbers: (2) 234-0432, (2) 502-7027, (0917) 800-8257
Office Hours: Tuesday to Friday 8am-12pm; 1-3pm

Homeschool of Asia Pacific
(US based program with year-round enrollment or DepEd accredited program with prescribed local books June to March calendar, Pre-school to High School)
Address: Level 5 Richville Tower, Madrigal Business Park, Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa
Contact Numbers: (2) 809 4742 or (2) 809 5412 loc. 10, (917) 855 1316 (915)549 3883
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm


International British Academy
(Elementary students only)
Address: Gen. Aguinaldo Hi-way, Anabu ll-D, Imus, Cavite

Contact Number: (046) 471 5922

International Christian Academy Elementary Home Schooling
Address: 4505 Extra Extension Street Fourth Estate Subdivision, Sucat, Paranaque, Philippines
Contact Number :820-4521, 820-4524

Kairos Homeschool Academy
Address: 45 Gov. Pascual Ave., Potrero, Malabon City 1475 (near Monumento)
Contact Number: (2) 448 2504

Kids World Integrated School, Inc.
(Under Alternative Learning System, Open Curriculum, Elementary level, Follows DepEd School Year)
Address: North Greenhills Association, Johnson Park, San Juan Metro Manila
Contact Number : (2)726-6563, (2)631-9842

New Era University
(Preschool to High School) 
Address: No. 9 Central Ave., New Era, Quezon City 1107, Philippines
Contact Numbers : (2) 906-6327 (0917) 315 7531
Email Address : or

Peniel Integrated Christian Academy of Rizal

(Open Curriculum, Preschool to High School, June to March school year )
Address: Phase I, 42 Burgos St. Vista Verde Executive Village, Cainta, Rizal, Philippines
Contact Numbers: (2) 682 7942, (0936) 182 1391

Proverbs Ville Christian School
Address: Km. 7 Central Park Road, Bangkal, 8000 Matina, Davao City, Philippines
Contact Number: (082) 298-03-23, (0922)815 0016, (0922)815 0017

The Learning Place Homeschool
(Open curriculum, Preschool to High School, Year round enrollment)

Address: 10966 Kanluran Rd.Faculty Hills, UP Los Banos Laguna
Contact Number: (049) 5368316
Email :

Philippine Christian School of Tomorrow – Home Education Program
(Christian Homeschool using PACES of School of Tomorrow, USA, Accepts Elementary to High School Enrollees, Enrollment is all-year round)
Address:SOT Blvd., (former MJS Ave.) Levitown Executive Village, Brgy. Don Bosco, Parañaque City
Phone: (2) 822 9663

Southville International School and Colleges 
(Innove Education Solution – blended learning) 
Address: 1281 Tropical Ave Cor. Luxemborg St. BF Homes International Las Pinas City
Contact Number: (2)829 1675, (2) 8256374, (0917) 8532450

Westfields International School
(Open curriculum: Elementary to High School)
Address: 21-2 Friendship Highway, Cut-cut, Angeles City
Contact Number : 045-887-4966

Note: For further information, please contact the schools directly.

Homeschool Help: Choosing School and Curriculum

For the past months, I have received several emails asking me where I buy our homeschool curriculum and where we have enrolled for accreditation. I have mentioned in one of my posts a few weeks ago that for this school year, we have enrolled again with The Master’s Academy Homeschool. The Master’s Academy or TMA is located in Ortigas and you can check out their webpage for more information about them. The main reason we chose to enroll with them is because we (including the kids) like their system. I think the quarterly portfolio reviews are helpful to the kids as they are able to present their work to other adults. They also offer training for parents and other support services. You can check out my previous post about other homeschool providers in the Philippines as well.

As for the curriculum, TMA provides a list of recommended curriculum which you can use. When we were just starting to homeschool, I used curriculum from their lists. But as we are entering our third year of homeschooling and after doing much research, I have opted to use other curriculum this year.

Here are some tips on choosing curriculum for your kids:

1. Know the learning style of your children. Some needs hands-on approach, while other needs more visuals. Others can be auditory learners and would learn faster through songs. It would be easier to know which curriculum would fit your child if you know their preferred learning style.

2. Read reviews from other homeschool moms. There are many homeschool mom bloggers out there so it would be best to follow those you trust and have been following for quite some time now. Most probably, you share the same ideologies about homeschooling.

3. Look for previously owned materials available online since that would be cheaper. Make sure they are safe sites, and check if they have secure payments like icverify on their site.

4. If  a curriculum doesn’t fit with my child, don’t force the child. Instead, try to find one that suits them better or supplement what you currently have.

Remember, homeschooling is not about the choosing the best curriculum but finding a curriculum that works best with your child.