November 14, 2017 1:48 am
Hemmed with gardens and walkways, these school gives students the feeling of studying outdoors and enjoying amazing school life that’s truly NUVALI.
In June 2012, Xavier School NUVALI opened its doors to students in Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, and Grade 3. The new school offers the same K-12 college preparatory curriculum including the core Chinese language program and Jesuit formation that are the hallmarks of a Xavier education.
Xavier School NUVALI is co-educational but will follow the co-divisional model. Boys and girls will be educated separately in selected classes, while providing ample opportunities for interaction.
The new campus sits on a 15-hectare property in NUVALI. In its first phase, the main grade school building and part of the Grade School gymnasium will be built. In its ultimate development, the campus will have buildings for Primary, Middle, and High School, and will include a separate library building, auditorium, administration building, and provisions for residences and dormitories. The plan also calls for two gymnasiums with different sports facilities, swimming pool, and two football fields.
The school is designed as an educational center for 21st-century learning. It will be a digital school, equipped with the proper IT infrastructure to bring a whole world of resources into the classroom. It will also enable the school to promote 1-to-1 computer-based instruction that will develop self-directed learners.
A primary mandate of the school is to offer financial assistance to a target 25% of the school population, making the Xavier education accessible to a greater number of students with diverse backgrounds, ultimately promoting a greater sense of solidarity and understanding.
A special feature of the campus is its green environment; in the north, it is bordered by a deep-ravine river, and along its western perimeter lies part of the 17-km buffer zone labeled as the Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary. The school was designed with sustainability in mind and features environment-friendly fixtures and systems.
For more information, please contact the Development and Alumni Relations Office (DARO) or email xsNUVALI@xs.edu.ph
For enrollment and scholarship information, contact the registrar at 723-0481 loc 385 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org