Eligh said, "We saw the need to go back to what matters most in education - God."

Genevieve Santamaria, mother of N3 pupil Kristine, said she liked the way LICS taught Christian values to children. "Subtle buth with impact... it shows when she is at home," she added.

"It's (LICS) like a home" where parents could entrust their children, she added.

Maria Gracia Tagos, special projects teacher, said the faculty conceptualized "Fun Friday" activities to promote independence and teach students life skills.

Eligh said pupils sold their artworks to parents and had the option to serve God by giving parts of the proceeds to church or charity, open bank accounts, or spend the money.

Lorraine Badajos, Lucas' mother said, the school "instills leadership qualities and encourages children to take the lead."

Each class has, aside from the prayer leader, a greetings leader, a tidy-up leader and a line leader. Teacher Carla Tagasa said the students "will become future leaders of the country and the world. So, we teach them to put God first."

LICS (tels. 8364535 and 4036569)
79 and 81 Bayani Road
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City