Category Archives: What’s New

EOP Policy in BESA School

Concerning all BESA Schools in the Philippines, including BESA Japan and BESA Korea and all other counterparts, the EOP or the English Only Policy is important. Since BESA and our Schools are English learning providers, it is implemented to have an English Only Policy to apply what the students have learned and to make them comfortable of speaking more on

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Things to know about BESA

There are 13 schools under BESA, but only 9 are currently active. According to BESA  Japan, It was founded in March 1, 2004. Majority of students are South Koreans, followed by Chinese. All teachers at least have a Bachelor’s Degree (4 years in College). Most of the teachers, office staffs and kitchen cooks are from the Philippines. Speaking English is

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Different people, different time — same place and mission.  August 6, 2017 – Monol students rendered their Sunday for an outreach activity at Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC), Wangal, La Trinidad, Benguet. Monol has been a regular visitor of RSCC as part of outreach activities regularly conducted, a humble way of giving back to the community. This time,

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 Warm greetings from the Baguio English Schools Association! To ensure the safety and security of your students arriving in the Philippines, BESA is glad to inform you that starting April 1, 2017, we will be offering a centralized pick-up service to students at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila.

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An intensified obstruction campaign for community’s safety

In line with the current event on the country’s safety, Baguio remains safe and still constant on decreasing crime rates and violence in the City.  Despite circumstances on declaration of Martial Law in Mindanao, no other possible threats were brought to other parts of the Philippines.  The declaration was made to stabilize the attacks from a local terrorist group. Though

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“Upholding English Proficiency for Communicative Competence” — this was the theme of Power Speaking Department’s Biannual Activity on June 23, 2017 in the function Hall. The activity focuses more on allowing the students to apply what they have learned in class. It helps them build their confidence, overcome their weaknesses and most especially show what they’ve got. Students had an

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