What Matters Most.

Academic Excellence. Happy Students.

What Matters Most.

Academic Excellence. Happy Students.


We are proud to say that 85% of our graduates have been accepted to the top 5 local universities and foreign colleges.

Our teachers and administrators are regularly trained abroad. We use world-class learning materials, including textbooks from Singapore, UK, and the USA.

Academic consultation, after-school review, and review classes for college entrance exams are integrated in the school’s academic program.

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Traditional schools tend to focus on measuring students based on stringent quantitative standards — an indicator that does little gauging the true potential of every child.

Conventional schools reward the successful, ignore the average, and dismiss those who are struggling. Average students experience great stress to become achievers, and the struggling ones are frustrated enough just to pass.

Reedley acts as a roadmap and mentor that nurtures each student to reach his or her potential and aim higher with less stress.

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There is a strong misconception among students, parents, and schools that learning and success should entail stress. However, strict, authoritarian teachers may not be effective educators as they may elicit a “Fight or Flight” response from students, resulting in anxiety and frustration.

At Reedley, we raise the students’ morale and self-esteem so that they show more initiative and greater disposition to learning. We have institutionalized a positive and challenging learning environment where teachers are approachable, open-minded, and kind so that students can participate actively; explore their interests, and experience success, both big and small.

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As “co-parents”, we make sure that students are happy to be in Reedley. We give them a nurturing, anti-bullying environment to learn in.

We keep class sizes small, so that our teachers can give each child the personalized care and focus that he or she deserves.

Each child has a customized action plan to address his or her developmental needs.

Furthermore, to help our students handle bullying, manage stress and face challenges, we offer our flagship subject, Life Skills, and Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.

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“I chose Reedley for many reasons but these 3 reasons made me decide to transfer:

1. International Accreditation. This means I can now fulfill my dream of studying abroad.

2. Anti-bullying. I wasn’t bullied, but I cannot stand seeing my other friends being bullied from my previous school.

3. Small class size. This allows me to concentrate better with my lessons.

Wrapping up, Reedley is a good school. Whether here or abroad, Reedley will help me fulfill my dreams.”

Reedley student


—He is a writer of both fiction and non-fiction.
—His essay “He’d rather be relevant” won 3rd place at the 2006 Don Carlos Palanca Awardee for Literature.

He took BFA Creative Writing in Ateneo De Manila University.


News and Updates

Apr 30, 2015

An article from ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchesta


"Despite having been diagnosed with autism at two and a half years old, THRISTAN 'TUM-TUM' MENDOZA chose to start his journey in music at a very young age, learning to play the marimba since he was five years old. He was presented as...

Apr 03, 2014

We cannot wait for Reedley’s new home by 2016! See you there.

Sep 14, 2015

Time sure went by fast as September 3 was the end of fun-filled weeks of the Reedley Basketball Camp! Not to mention, it also presented a chance for our Reesians to showcase their newfound basketball skills! Because of their focus and determination in learning the sport, all the...

Sep 02, 2015

Last August 18, 2015, during the Annual House Launch, the winners of the much-awaited Project EDIFY Raffle were finally announced.


With the overwhelming ticket sales, students, parents, teachers, and staff all showed their excitement and support for Project EDIFY, the...