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CAS Grade School students (Early Childhood — Senior Kinder, Grades 1 & 2 | Middle School — Grades 3 – 8) go through daily 50-minute classroom experiences with instruction provided by CAS master teachers and subject matter experts

in the following areas of study: English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics (MATH), Science & Technology (STEM), and Social Studies (SOC) during the morning sessions; Art (ART), Music (MUS), Physical & Moral Education (PME), and their choice of World Language (WL) or English as a Second Language (ESL) during the afternoon sessions. Students take mid-morning breaks at 930 AM & 10 AM and lunch packs are heated and served at 1230 PM.

All CAS students have access to the sports facilities of The City Club (TCC), Makati Golf, Makati Sports Club, and Circuit City Makati. TCC has a swimming pool on the 6th floor (next to CAS Preschool’s Open Learning Center), with dance and fitness studios, a boxing ring, indoor golf and table tennis rooms on the 5th floor, and basketball, tennis, squash, and badminton courts as well as a gymnastics area on the 4th floor. Weather permitting, students can huddle outdoors and have an impromptu classroom activity by the pool.

CAS Early Childhood (EC) area is located on the 2nd floor, westside of Alphaland Makati Place Mall atrium; Middle School (MS) is located on the southside of the atrium. In between EC and MS is CAS Therapy Center (TC), which will also hold some EC classes.

Parents must indicate prior to school start (on the CAS Application for Admission form) their child’s spoken language at home and 1st and 2nd  choices for their child’s World Language (WL) preference. If English is not spoken at home, the 1st choice for WL must be English as a Second Language (ESL is offered as an After-School Program as well) and the 2nd choice may be the parents’ preference.

For Middle School and Junior High School (SY 2017-2018 will see a few new Junior High students), parents must also indicate on a program scheduling survey sent out by the Student Services Coordinator at the beginning of each term which musical instrument the student would like to take up in their Music (MUS) classes — piano, percussion, guitar, violin, or voice.

For all EC, MS, & JH levels, parents must indicate on a program scheduling survey sent out by the After-school Program Coordinator at the beginning of each term their 2 (twice a week) selections for participation in any offered ASP activity.

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