Oh yes! We have a Baby School in Baguio City!


Cassy previously enrolled in our Jolly Baby Class Program and is now one of our Toddler pupils.


My wife and I started BRIGHT HOPE ROOM FOR GROWTH INC., six (6) years ago.  A venture that we started out of passion and purpose. It was a tutorial center then in Barangay San Vicente, Baguio City where we had grade school to high school tutees and even had the opportunity to teach non-readers from the nearby public school out of the goodness of our friends who shouldered their tutorial fees.

Since tutorial centers are mostly only full in the afternoon, we had to look for ways to fill the hours that our center was not being used.  One day, when I was walking along the street in our barangay, I saw a lot of mothers holding babies from ages 1 to 2 years old, so I started to have an idea.  I did my own research as to how early a child can go to school and came to a conclusion that “the earlier, the better”.

So in the first quarter of 2012, I gathered my neighbors and some of my school batch mates and convinced them to enroll their 2-year old babies in our toddler program.  Most of them were hesitant and said that it was too early for a child of that age to be in school but they registered anyway and from then on, we all saw wonders every single day.

On October 24, 2013, an article from the Philippine Daily Inquirer further confirmed the relevance of starting early and I quote:

“The average 18-month-old can say about 10 to 30 words, but some normal 18-month-olds can say only five words. Sometimes I see a toddler of the same age who can say more than 70 words and can put these words in combination to form phrases or sentences. Kate, Trevor, Ryan and Cameron, all my patients, were already talking like a three-year-old when they were 18 months old. Trevor, at 15 months, was able to say more than 40 words when most of his peers could say only three to five words. Our son Len, at 24 months, was able to read the words “Toyota” and “Subaru.”

What do all of these children have in common? They were lucky to have parents and grandparents who started talking with them from the first day of life. They read to them early on and continued reading every night as part of their bedtime routine. These toddlers were fortunate to have parents who challenged and stimulated their brain cells during the first 12 months of their life by frequently talking, reading, counting, adding, singing, and playing in a happy way.

Unfortunately, most parents have the wrong idea that education starts at Grade K. To have happier and smarter children, education must begin during the first 36 months. This is the “golden window” of opportunity for parents, grandparents, daycare workers, babysitters, and nannies to make a huge difference. And for a dramatic educational outcome, educators and policymakers should look into this “golden window” of learning and apply recent cognitive research on how to boost babies’ language and brain development in their curriculum.”

As stated in the article, babies are blessed to have people around them who can challenge and stimulate their brain cells while they are developing.  Let us not neglect this stage and take this once in a lifetime opportunity to raise geniuses out of our babies. So parents, your babies can go to school too!  It is just a matter of carefully looking for the best program that would suit their needs and their personality. 

At Bright Hope Room for Growth Inc., we are offering JOLLY BABY CLASS, a program where babies ages 1 year and 8 months up to 2 years old are exposed to sensory, arts and crafts, fine and gross motor activities. They get to meet new friends too!

To find out our available schedule, do call the following numbers:

Admin Office: (074) 424-2647
Admin Head: 0917-145-2381
Principal: 0917-656-2007

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4 REASONS WHY PARENTS BRING THEIR CHILD TO TUTORIAL CENTERS

4 Basic reasons why parents opt to bring their kids to tutorial centers:

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  1. “I am busy” – a line we usually hear from working parents. We belong to a generation where most households have couples who are both working.  As a result, mom and dad come home exhausted and sometimes could not keep up with their children’s grueling school demands.  Solution:  A nearby tutorial center.
  2. “That’s not what my teacher said” – some parents bring their kids to tutorial centers because their children won’t listen to them or worse, they end up fighting before the child even finishes his homework. Parents who want bonding time to be exclusively fun and play end up bringing their children to tutorial centers so they could focus on “family time” at home.
  3. “This is too complicated for a first grader…and for me!” – Shocked that their lessons are beyond you?  You are not alone.
  4. “I want my child to have advance lessons” – Instead of losing their child to computer addiction, some parents decide on bringing their children to tutorial centers where they can have advance lessons.

If you are in any of those above-mentioned situations and you are looking for the best learning center for your child’s learning needs, visit Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. at 2nd Floor, Luke Foundation Building, Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City.  We are open from Mondays thru Saturdays. Please contact 09178120743 or 4242647 for inquiries.

Take advantage of our affordable lock-in rates:

6th Grade and Below
*Only P169.00 per session (Regular rate of P220.00 per session)
(Lock-in for 30 sessions)
Required 50% down payment before the start of the 1st session
Balance of 50% payable before the 16th Session starts
Not applicable to home tutorials.
Not applicable to Jolly Phonics reading program.

7th to 10th Grade
*Only P199.00 per session (Regular rate of P250.00)
(Lock-in for 60 sessions)
Required 50% down payment before the start of the 1st session
Balance of 50% payable before the 31st Session starts
Not applicable to home tutorials.

10th to 12th Grade
*Only 219.00 per session
(Lock-in for 30 sessions)
Required 50% down payment before the start of the 1st session
Balance of 50% payable before the 16th Session starts
Not applicable to home tutorials.

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Bright Hope Learning Ambassador with her tutee in one of their math sessions.

*The above promo rates are applicable effective November 02, 2015 until further notice.

BRIGHT HOPE KINDERGARTEN: SECURE A SLOT FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017.

Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc., is NOW OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS for SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017.  We promote an intimate and nurturing learning environment through the following programs: Baby, Toddler, Nursery, Pre-Kinder and Kindergarten in SMALL CLASS SIZES.

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Brightons during their Career Week. School Year 2015-2016 @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc.
Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc., pioneer class at Luke Foundation Inc., Building. (2014-2015)
Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc., pioneer class at Luke Foundation Inc., Building. (2014-2015)

1) Pupils receive individualized attention and interact more with the teacher;

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With limited slots per class, your child will receive the much needed one-on-one attention from their teacher.
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Our Nursery Brightons engrossed in making the world a brighter place through colors! @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc., School Year 2015-2016.

2) Teachers have more flexibility to use different instructional approaches;

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Brightons will realize that the world is within their reach! Only @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc., – Nursery Class, School Year 2015-2016.
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Their eyes brighten as they are given the freedom to explore the world through clay @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. – Kindergarten Program, School Year 2015-2016.

3)  Teachers have more time to teach because there are fewer discipline problems;

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Nursery Class learn that tiny seeds can grow with proper nurturing @ Bright Hope Room for Growth Inc. – Nursery Class, School Year 2015-2016.
With smaller group sizes, our children can focus on friendships and fun learning @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc.
With smaller group sizes, our children can focus on friendships and fun learning @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. – School Year 2014-2015.

4) Pupils are more likely to participate in class and become more involved;

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Numbers can be colorful too @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. – Kindergarten Class, School Year 2015-2016.
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Let’s get artistically messy with colors! @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. – Pre-Kinder Class, School Year 2014-2015.
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Look ma! I got 10 scoops of ice cream! @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. – Kindergarten Class, School Year 2015-2016.

5) Teachers have more time to cover additional materials, use supplementary texts, and enrichment activities.

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Bright Hope Learning Ambassadors preparing to inspire future leaders @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. – School Year 2015-2016
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Guess what this is! Fun time with teachers and friends @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc.

Other Fun Activities:

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Career Week. Career advising @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. with Dr. Dennis Dominguez of Baguio General Hospital. – School Year 2015-2016.
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Career Week. Atty. Juliet Toma-ac-Camuyot of the Public Attorney’s Office explains to the Kindergarten class what a lawyer does to promote world peace. – School Year 2015-2016
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United Nations. Speaking love and praising the Lord in different languages @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. – School Year 2015-2016.
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Christmas Fellowship @ Bright Hope Room for Growth Inc. Toddler, Nursery, Pre-Kinder, and Kindergarten class enjoyed entertaining their fans! – School Year 2015-2016.
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Activity Bulletin @ Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc.
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The Bright Hope Learning Ambassadors. Their warm smile and cheerful greetings will welcome your children to an intimate and nurturing learning environment. – School Year 2015-2016.

How many pupils are there in each class?

Each class for Toddler, Nursery, Pre-Kinder and Kindergarten Programs will consist of twelve (12) pupils maximum.

Baby classes will have maximum of three (3) babies per class.

How old should babies be to qualify for the Baby Classes?

Your baby should at least be 1 year and 8 months to 2 years and 5 months.

What are available schedules?

Please contact 09778541230 or 074-4242647 to get information regarding available schedules.

What are other programs offered apart from those mentioned above?

Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. offers individualized tutorial sessions in all subjects and boasts in the success of its JOLLY PHONICS READING PROGRAM (JPRP). JPRP is a multi-sensory phonics program that makes it easy and fun for non-readers to achieve fluency in reading.

Where is Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc., located?

Bright Hope is located at the 2nd and 3rd Floors of Luke Foundation Building (Beside DSWD SEC Cottage), #90 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City.

For inquiries: Call or Text: 09778541230 or Call: 074-424-2647

BRIGHT HOPE KINDERGARTEN: Helping you reach your child’s potential.

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Located at 2nd and 3rd Floor, Luke Foundation Building, Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City.  We offer Baby, Toddler, Nursery, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergaten classes in small groups.

For inquiries, please call 074-424-2647.

IS THERE A BABY SCHOOL IN BAGUIO CITY?


(Pic: Cassy started in our Jolly Baby Class Program and is now enrolled in Bright Hope's full year Toddler Class Program)

My wife and I started BRIGHT HOPE ROOM FOR GROWTH INC., six (6) years ago.  A venture that we started our of passion and purpose. It was a tutorial center then in Barangay San Vicente, Baguio City. We had grade school to high school tutees and even had the opportunity to teach non-readers from the nearby public school out of the goodness of our friends who shouldered their tutorial fees.

Since tutorial centers are mostly only full in the afternoon, we had to look for ways to fill the hours that our center was not being used.  One day, when I was walking along the street in our barangay, I saw a lot of mothers holding babies from ages 1 to 2 years old, so I started to have an idea.  I did my own research as to how early a child can go to school and came to a conclusion that “the earlier, the better”.

So in the first quarter of 2012, I gathered my neighbors and some of my school batch mates and convinced them to enroll their 2-year old babies in our toddler program.  Most of them were hesitant and said that it was too early for a child of that age to be in school but they registered anyway and from then on, we all saw wonders every single day.

On October 24, 2013, an article from the Philippine Daily Inquirer further confirmed the relevance of starting early and I quote:

“The average 18-month-old can say about 10 to 30 words, but some normal 18-month-olds can say only five words. Sometimes I see a toddler of the same age who can say more than 70 words and can put these words in combination to form phrases or sentences. Kate, Trevor, Ryan and Cameron, all my patients, were already talking like a three-year-old when they were 18 months old. Trevor, at 15 months, was able to say more than 40 words when most of his peers could say only three to five words. Our son Len, at 24 months, was able to read the words “Toyota” and “Subaru.”

What do all of these children have in common? They were lucky to have parents and grandparents who started talking with them from the first day of life. They read to them early on and continued reading every night as part of their bedtime routine. These toddlers were fortunate to have parents who challenged and stimulated their brain cells during the first 12 months of their life by frequently talking, reading, counting, adding, singing, and playing in a happy way.

Unfortunately, most parents have the wrong idea that education starts at Grade K. To have happier and smarter children, education must begin during the first 36 months. This is the “golden window” of opportunity for parents, grandparents, daycare workers, babysitters, and nannies to make a huge difference. And for a dramatic educational outcome, educators and policymakers should look into this “golden window” of learning and apply recent cognitive research on how to boost babies’ language and brain development in their curriculum.”

As the article stated, babies are blessed to have people around them who can challenge and stimulate their brain cells while they are developing.  Let us not neglect this stage and take this once in a lifetime opportunity to raise geniuses out of our babies. So parents, your babies can go to school too!  It is just a matter of carefully looking for the best program that would suit their needs and their personality.  Happy parenting everyone!

Note: To read the full text of the Philippine Daily Inquirer article, visit:http://opinion.inquirer.net/63987/golden-window-to-have-a-happier-smarter-child/comment-page-1

Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc., is located at the 2nd and 3rd Floor, Luke Foundation Building, #90 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City.  We offer Baby, Toddler, Nursery, Pre-Kinder and Kindergarten classes in small class sizes. For inquiries, contact us through the following numbers:

Principals Office: (0917) 656 2006
Admin Office: (0917) 145 2381
Land Line: (074) 424 2647