Pines International Academy, Inc.

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  • Night Owls English Marathon- Link: https://bit.ly/2Oi7Gwg “Play is our brain’s favourite way of learning.” –Diane Ackerman Having fun is always a recommendation when learning a language. Pines- Evening Study Program teachers always make an effort to incorporate fun in studying English. The more fun the learning is, the more motivated the students will be. On the previously held Night Owls English Marathon Contest, there
  • Pines Students Bloomed in February’s Night Owls Night- Link: https://bit.ly/2IR0Bnz March 4, 2019 Pines students showcased their talents, and the outstanding learners were recognized during the Night Owl’s Night. The gathering emerged with Flower Festival themed party. Students bloomed like flowers and showed that they were at their best as English learners. With the new level of confidence, they were able to interact with other people during the
  • Pines Shared its Academy Updates in the Japanese Fam Tour Event- February 14, 2019 23 Japanese Agents attended the annual Fam tour sponsored by Baguio English Schools Association (BESA). Pines International Academy took the opportunity to provide a first-hand experience of premium English learning to its agency partners on this significant gathering. Pines also introduced its newest innovation for language learning to the Japanese agency partners. The Common European Framework of

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Introduction

Pines International Academy is molded, empowered, and responsive to change as a result of more than a decade of experience in research, management, and education.

Rising from its humble beginnings, Pines International Academy soars high to excellence in the provision of competent English Education to Asian Second/Foreign Language Learners.

Accredited by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) on October 29, 2002, PIA had evolved into an institution that focused on the development of language programs that are more practical and more appropriate to the proficiency level and learning styles of each learner alongside the thrust to hone the potentials of its teachers in facilitating classes more effectively in order to optimize the learning opportunities given to English Language Learners.

PIA, being committed to its advocacy of creating world-class English communicators, students are purposefully immersed in a learning environment where diversity among various races is viewed as an avenue for growth and for further understanding of the global culture. With a heterogeneous group of learners from different parts of Asia such as Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, and Saudi Arabia, cultural competence among the students of PIA is certainly enhanced at the same time while learning the target language.

True to its vision of becoming a premier language institution, PIA continues to strengthen its foundation by precisely targeting the very heart and core of language learning.


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Facilities and Services

Main Campus Chapis Campus
Dormitory Room (Good for Room 1 – 4 students) Dormitory Room (Good for Room 1 – 3 students)
Dining Hall Dining Hall
Computer Room Computer Room
Audio-Visual Room Audio-Visual Room
Library Presentation Hall
Study Room Table Tennis Court
Laundry Snack Shop
Gym Gym
   

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