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How To Start A School? "Making a difference, one child at a time"

"How To Start A School"

Living out that mantra for 40 years, School of Tomorrow, Philippines is a Bible-based International System of Education with almost 500 schools nationwide. It is our vision to shape the students into Godly leaders and responsible citizens using the materials crafted for each students’ academic and spiritual needs. If you want be part of making a difference through Christian Education, you may follow these steps:


  1. Inquire at SOTP Head Office
    Call: (02) 822 – 9663 locals 115, 154

    Email: marketing@sotphil.net
    Visit us: MJS Avenue, Levitown Executive Village, Brgy. Don Bosco, Paranaque City

    – Our Marketing Staff would be glad to be of assistance to any of your questions and/or clarifications regarding the SOTP System and procedures in starting a school

  2. Visit a nearby school using the SOTP System
    After inquiring, our staff could recommend schools you can observe to give you a brief and better insight on how schools using the system operates.

  3. Submit Requirements
    Our staff will be giving you an information packet that consists of the documents you will be needing in starting a school, which includes the Application Form, System Enrollment Form, and List of Requirements. All documents/requirements submitted will be for approval

  4. Attend Pastors and Administrators’ Training Seminar
    It is a requirement that the Pastor and/or Administrator of the school be trained before officially operating the school. It is a 2-week training held in the Head Office. The training includes lectures on school operation and PACE works on learning center procedures.

  5. Prepare facilities for school opening
    Before the start of the school year, prepare the facilities of your school to welcome new students

“School of Tomorrow, Philippines head office will always be available to attend to your inquiries.
We are looking forward to working hand in hand with you.
Let us make a difference, one child at a time!”