International Education

Brent International School - Manila

PO Box 12201, Ortigas Center Post Office, 1605 Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel: (+63) 2 631 1265
Fax: (+63) 2 633 8420 ph ph
School Summary:
National, IB, US, curricula.
1050 students, 4-18 yrs
The Brent International School - Manila was established in 1984 and is an international co-educational day school, associated with the Episcopal Church in the Philippines. Brent is located on two campuses: Mamplasan in the south (N-12) and the current site in Pasig City (N-8).
Brent International School - Manila's academic year usually starts in the second week of August and ends in the last week of May, with a three-week Christmas break and a one-week Easter break.
For grades 1-12 students, the Brent International School - Manila day begins at 07: 30 and ends at 14: 30. Facilities at both campuses include a multi-purpose center, cafeteria, infirmary, covered play area, tennis court, science labs, computer labs, swimming pools, library and audio-visual centers, chapel, amphitheater, soccer field, covered gymnasium, band rooms and music rooms. All classrooms are air-conditioned. Both campuses have the latest in educational materials and technology.
Brent International School - Manila is a college-preparatory educational institution. All efforts of teaching and curriculum design are directed towards adequately preparing students to enter a college or university of their choice. College preparation is the school's primary and essential goal. Special courses for non-college-oriented students are not offered. Through its affiliation with the International Baccalaureate Programme, Brent International School - Manila offers the possibility for its students to obtain, besides its own diploma, an IB diploma, which is recognized by many nations as means to university entrance worldwide. There is a small amount of available financial aid which can be granted in terms of discounts to families with proven financial need. Requests for such aid, together with supporting documents, should be sent to the Headmaster, whose decision is final.