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Zookal: Bringing Filipinos a Step Closer to Their Dreams

For Danica Rose Garay, shifting careers from teaching to being a doctor is not easy. For one, she has to take and pass the National Medical Admission Test (NMAT), and she doesn’t have the luxury of time to enroll in a review center as it tend to be expensive. Self-study is her only viable option. Zookal was like manna from heaven for Danica Rose. With Zookal’s help, she is now reviewing for…
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Looking Forward to the Philippine Homeschool Conference 2016

It has been a month since we started homeschooling independently. And just last week, I have deposited for our homeschooling accreditation for our chosen provider. We haven’t paid for the materials so we haven’t started officially homeschooling with them yet. So as of this writing, my children are still homeschooling independently using mixed curriculums mostly from discoveryk12.com Since we are newbie homeschoolers, I must admit that I lack in so…
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Homeschool Year 2016-2017 Starts Today!

Today marks a very special day in our lives. Today is DAY ONE of our independent homeschool journey. I guess everyone might probably ask why “independent” when I specifically blogged about our chosen homeschool provider? Well, I haven’t been able to enroll my kids due to financial constraints. So we decided to start our school year already. I wanted to maximize our time while waiting. My son is Grade 7…
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Celebrate with Graduation Party Pops

Your child, friend or loved one has worked hard for years to gain a quality education. The end of spring and beginning of summer marks graduation season for high schoolers and many college students. Graduation from high school is a momentous occasion marking passage into adulthood. Graduation from a technical school, college or university is also a huge milestone with some graduates being the first members of their families to…
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Kuya Fish Campaign Summer T.I.D.E. 2016 Activities

I got to know Kuya Fish Campaign through Kris. I met her online a few years back. We met in person a few times more since we move around the same circle of friends and we go to the same church. This gal has a big heart for volunteerism. I admire her undying love in helping children especially those coming from unfortunate circumstances. Kuya Fish Campaign started during the Sendong tragedy here in…
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