Full review by CDP MBCD
Academics are good because they adhere to a pretty solid IB program and the teachers are competent. The facilities are so-so and the school atmosphere is nowhere as vibrant as other international schools. The student body is simply too small and homogenous to be truly international. It is not supportive of students with special needs. On the other hand, the teacher-student ratio is quite good--a desirable consequence of having so few students.
Administration is disappointing because compared to more established international schools in Manila, they are narrow minded, bureaucratic and insensitive to students and families. While they impressively call themselves a "Filipno Community IB World School" they fall short.