JCLAM Christian School Marikina | Nursery & Kindergarten

So my niece, Chloe, recently moved-up on school and is now going to study for the elementary grading.. Man, it felt like it was only days ago when she was born. Time flies so fast really. Well, I personally have seen her grow from the school she went from so I thought why not give that organization a little tap on the back on nurturing and teaching our not-so-little Chloe now great things. She excelled in many subjects, but the one we really appreciate are the values they taught her especially when dealing with other people.

JCLAM Christian School Marikina
JCLAM CS teachers and students

Unlike before where intelligence and reputation are the main things to look into, now, parents consider other factors like EQ, behavior, values and the environment of the schools and other learning centers before carefully deciding on enrolling the kids in that institution. I kind of liked it because personally in school before, my own motto was to learn things.. Not just score high. Ranking at the top can be inspiring. but that was not my main goal. I can take low scores and grades on seat works, homework, recitation, and quizzes but I always make sure to exert effort on either learning or developing something on why I got that. I vividly remember on seeing some my classmates getting higher scores than me and knowing that they got it not because they studied but their seatmate did.. (Hindi ko sinasabing nangopya sila pero parang ganun na nga haha!) but even in those circumstances I knew I got something better than that temporary score they got..

And to cut this boring reminiscing part, let us now turn to where Chloe nurtured her own foundation.

Michael, Chloe and Gab
Here is my niece Chloe with our friend Gab-Gab

The school's name is JCLAM Christian school. JCLAM is an abbreviation that stands for "Jesus Christ Lord of the Ages Ministries" which is a local church here in Marikina City. Question. So are they on the same tree? Yes, they are.. Which is personally a great thing for me. Knowing that the children will not only learn the basics of education but also will also be exposed to the basics of having Christian or Godly values are a-must stuff. They are the foundation you will not regret investing with.

Their humble beginnings started last 1985 and are continuously growing and producing more and more "quality" kids should I say that are ready for the next level.

Watch this video below to know more things about them:



If you cannot see the video above, click HERE for it



As seen in the video, I think they got enough credentials to be in your priority list of schools to check before sealing any deal on others especially if you are living near Marikina City. Reiterating that they are a member of the following reliable associations like Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI),  Marikina Private Schools Association (MARIPRISA) and the Marikina Private Pre-School Association (MARIPRIPA).. And them being DepEd recognized is already something to be proud of really.

And as much as I know (if I am not mistaken), they also offer tutorial services too. I suddenly remember my personal experience of having our own sessions too - back then. I remember hating it since school breaks are supposed to be free time to do other things like play, play and play (lol) but there I was still studying during summer breaks. Well, our time is different now and of course it is just now that I realize the importance of those times since more or likely it is dependent on the guardian's decision.

One of the not-so invisible factors this school stands out is genuine care for everyone. It is impossible for you to not see it from them as they treat everyone here like family (from students to parents and it still extends to their friends really). The teachers here are so passionate about teaching the children and even its office staffs are also concerned about how the families of the students are doing.. It is just soo nice to see. One reason maybe is because they are also a family inside, but I think it is because of the Christ-like foundation they have gotten since the institution is working hand-in-hand with the church. I think you really cannot separate those bodies since we are talking about values here, which should apply to all as persons.

JCLAM Christian School Pajama party
JCLAM Christian School Pajama party

Hmm.. There is so much to add in here, but I think the video above will already give you a great idea of who they are. I can add topics tackling their cool activities for kids to learn via some unique and fun ways, their exceptional methods of dealing with both building and disciplining children, and even with adding extra efforts beyond what they are expected is so natural for them. I suggest you go visit them personally or reach them on the given details below to know that this information are legit.


Address: 641 J.P. Rizal St., Lamuan, Malanday - Marikina City
Office hours: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Contact no.: 942-19-16
Email address: [email protected]
JCLAM Christian School logo



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JCLAM Christian School Marikina | Nursery & Kindergarten JCLAM Christian School Marikina | Nursery & Kindergarten Reviewed by Michael on May 10, 2019 Rating: 5

110 comments:

  1. I love the photo of all of the kids together- looks like a great school!

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    1. Yes they are a great school really! Watch the video.

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  2. This is so awesome that they have a school there. Even better that they offer such a wonderful activities.

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  3. Wow, this school looks so great, it seems that they offer great learning activities, the pictures shown it so well.

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  4. Learning while playing is the best way to learn. Awesome school. The kids look so happy !

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    1. Seeing the kids happy makes me happy too actually.

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  5. Congrats to your niece and I agree with you that focus learning than grades ganyan din ako date nung nag aaral pa ako Lol! hahahhaha!

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  6. I'm not a big fan of faith schools personally, but I think that it's clear from your post that this school really encourages personal growth and wants kids to be the best version of themselves, that can only ever be a good thing!

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  7. Although I'm typically not a fan of faith based schools II can tell that this school definitely pushes kids to grow and has a lot of great learning activities.

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  8. Aww these kids are so cute! They look like they really enjoy their school and their teachers!

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  9. This looks like a great school and I love schools that encourages the students and provides various activities for them to learn. Congrats to your niece!

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  10. Lot of parents with small kids in Marikina City will find this post useful. Nice reading your tips.

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  11. the school looks great! the kids seam happy and sweet. the teachers are wonderful people for doing their job

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  12. I don't know what the school is doing until I read this post. I believe that offer some learning chances for the children.

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  13. Looks like a good school and the kids looks so cute and beautiful. The group photo is lovely.

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  14. Just looking at the kids faces tells you all you need to know about the school. And that is that they are happy going there which in turn will make them learn x

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  15. These kids are really energetic, and the school is looking great as well.

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  16. I can see that the school is full of love and kids love attending. I love how Christian value helps to build the kid's development.

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  17. Kristine Nicole AlessandraMay 14, 2019 at 8:53 AM

    Finding a good pre-school is important. I like that this school is based on Christian values. I started my kids off in Catholic exclusive schools too. It was a good decision because the school I chose for them helped my kids to not only learn academic stuff but they also helped me raise my kids to be morally upright and compassionate.

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    1. You hit it on the spot Kristine! Thank you!

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  18. My older daughter went to a catholic school until high school and my younger one only attends public school and I can tell the difference between the two of them. As long as your niece is happy and gets the best education, it is worth it.

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  19. Nowadays, we have better schools looking after kids play activities and providing better teaching materials. This school is nice too.

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  20. It really sounds like it's a great school. I remember going to a Christian school growing up. So many people were there just loving and caring on me.

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  21. This reminded me of my school. Our school was also a christian school and it had a church. It is always good to have a church with a school.

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  22. Time flies by so quickly with children. You blink, and they're graduating high school.

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  23. Indeed, deciding on the school where children would enroll is crucial. The school would be their second home so it should be safe and must be nurturing.

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    1. My lesson too after graduating from school

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  24. I am quite impressed with this school. All children deserve the best of education to be successful in whatever they wish to achieve in life.

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    1. I'll let them know this morale support you are giving them. Thank you

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  25. Sounds like a great school for kids. So important that has a school has a great way to teach our kids.

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  26. I am always looking for a school that my kids would be happy to go. Playing while learning is so important.

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  27. I respect the fact that you prioritized learning over simply high grades. Memorization does not equate to comprehension.

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    1. Yes. Its like investing more for the future than that moment

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  28. My children don't go to church schools just because that isn't our belief but we do have some amazing church schools around where we live.

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    1. Knowing you appreciate them is already amazing to know.

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  29. You must be so proud of your niece, sounds like she's doing really well!

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  30. Nice pics, the kids really seems to enjoy in this school. You will see the smile in their faces, and that really matters.

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    1. Having fun while learning always work on them

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  31. Sounds like a really great,fun school and you have done a fab write up about it. I know how fast kids grow, its so scary sometimes!

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    1. Thank you and yes they grow reaaaally fast!

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  32. Time really does fly, doesn't it! You must be so proud - she's doing great!

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  33. Haha what a cute photo! You must be so proud! :) Hoping the best for her!

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  34. Cute photos here. Loving the look of the pyjama party. That sounds like so much fun.

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  35. Nnniiiiiccceeeeeeee.....everybody is looking very cute, from the looks of things! Thanks for sharing.

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  36. Congrats on your niece moving up! And this looks like a solid school for any kid!

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  37. Sounds like a great place for the kids to learn. And yes, they grow up so fast! My little guy is 2 1/2 already and pre-school is coming up quick!

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  38. These kids are sooo cute! Future leaders very soon!

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  39. WOW, all the kids looks so happy. It is very important for kids to be in a safe and environment. This is beautiful

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  40. What a great school! All of the kids look so happy and ready to learn!

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    1. Happy they really are! I hope they are as happy as their parents hee

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  41. It is crazy to watch the kids grow up so fast. Sounds like a great school for your niece!

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  42. Great post! Looks like an awesome school. Such an important topic. Thanks for writing this!

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  43. I was a student at christian school. After 7 years, I became the teacher replacement there lol. No pressure and having a good time with the kids especially when we are having a singing activity

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  44. I don't have children myself, but will share this post with a few of my friends who do. I am sure they’ll find it very useful x

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  45. Looks like a good school and the kids looks beautiful and adorable.

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  46. Sounds like a great school to enroll your kids. ANd I agree with you that times are changing and EQ is now front and center which I totally support

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  47. I am a teacher myself and frankly this school and their value system sounds great.

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  48. Cool that you're repping for your niece! What a supportive uncle!

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  49. Wow sounds like they have some really wonderful activities. I love the picture of all the kids together!

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  50. My son goes to a Catholic school. I'm not particularly religious but I do believe that kids learning the gospel is very important to make them well rounded.

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  51. Awe this seems like a great school for kids! The photo of all the happy kids is so cute!

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  52. This school looks great and so do the activities they offer. I'm so glad you have this available to you. The kids look so happy!

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  53. The video shows exactly how engaged the teachers and learners are. It sounds like a very good option for pre-school children especially because there are so many activities and it is coupled with a spiritual basis.

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  54. Education is the key to unlocking the world. So happy for your family for that opportunity

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  55. Kids look so happy! It's important that kids and teachers are engaged during learning activities. Seems like a nice school.

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  56. This is so cool. I would love an opportunity to teach abroad somewhere like this for just a year! That will be so awesome.

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  57. This was a nice article. Personally, I would love to enroll my kids in a school not only teaching an excellence academics but also teaching on how to be a good person not only with their family but also with others.

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  58. Such an adorable post! The pictures look like everyone is having such a blast. I'm just about to enroll my youngest, so it's great info to have.

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