Kumon Philippines revisits the testimonials of Kumon Parents and Students this 2022.
A Kumon Philippines Parent Testimonial | Kumon Parent Ernesto Alay, Jr. looks back at the milestones of his children, especially in Kumon. He recalls how they managed to achieve great fights throughout their Kumon journey.
A Kumon Philippines Parent Testimonial | Kumon Parent Amy Arceo shares how Kumon encouraged her son to study independently and study advanced topics, which will greatly help him in school.
A Kumon Philippines parent Testimonial | Kumon Mom Shella Telan saw how Kumon enabled her two children to learn the value true hard work, persistence, being helpful and academically excellent.
A Kumon Philippines Parent Testimonial | Kumon Parent Maria Angelita Cedo pens their Kumon journey to success.
Genely Parafina, a parent form Kumon Philippines, gives a testimonial on how Kumon developed her children’s discipline, study routine, and academic abilities.
The prodding of their children to be enrolled was the main reason that Engr. Manolito and Mrs. Jeaneth Ambowang became familiar with the Kumon Method. Their eldest child, Cara, wanted to enroll way back when she was in grade three. But they experienced the method firsthand when their third child, Prince, requested to be enrolled since he was having difficulty in Math. Along
By Mr. Don and Mrs. Lisa Escarro, Parents of John, Justin, Joseph, Joshua, and Mariel of Kumon Masinag (Antipolo) Center When asked what course they plan to take in college, it is common for students to answer “the one with the least Math subjects!” Due to this, my husband and I wanted to enable our children to pursue their college courses without fear,
By: Mrs. Myra Menguito, Mother of Paola, Joaquin, Tanya of Kumon Countryside (Pasig) Center As an educator, I believe in the value of hard work through the virtues of industry and patience. Seeing how the Kumon Program is nurturing the learners’ perseverance through repetition to achieve accuracy, I continue to see how it develops one’s desire to continue until learning is achieved. I
Jordin Margaux Tayag was just two and a half years old when she was introduced to the Kumon Program. Mr. Jess and Mrs. Mia Tayag, both full-time government employees and part-time teachers, were looking for a pre-school where Jordin could adjust to the idea of structured learning before enrolling in a big school. According to Mr. Tayag, “Jordin was already familiar with the