Although The Beacon School does not rely on standardized test results to narrowly define student success, it is nonetheless proud that its students consistently outperform those from other like schools globally when measured by the International Schools’ Assessment. Beacon graduates, who have benefited from an international education, thrive in prestigious high schools and colleges both in the Philippines and abroad.
More than attaining academic achievement, Beacon students are expected to become engaged citizens who value diversity of thought, respect different beliefs, and are committed to fairness and justice. Dedicated to community development, they initiate service projects and respond to those in need. Beacon students balance academics with a range of co-curricular activities, including sports, the arts, publications and student government.
Beacon School student from 2004 to 2014
Beacon School student from 2002 to 2011
Beacon School student from 2002-2010, Beacon Academy student from 2010-2014