Posts Tagged:Catholic Filipino Academy

Making the Most of Homeschooling

          It was 2008 when my parents decided to take a leap of faith, making the decision to transfer me to Catholic Filipino Academy (CFA).      I honestly wasn’t quite sure about it at first. Back then, I was 8 years old, enrolled in a conventional private school in my home province. I was in the third…

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When Less is More

          2016. My 7th year as a homeschooling mom. I wish I can tell you that the past years have been easy and how teaching two children, who are polar opposites when it comes to learning, is a walk in the park. I can’t.             I wish I can also tell you how much I deserve…

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I Still Date My GF

So far, I’ve had 884 romantic dates with her. Our date nights are sacred. Unless it’s an invitation from the President of the Republic, I say no to all invitations and meetings.  Our relationship is what it is today because of those precious dates. By the way, did you know she has magical powers? When…

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What Is Your Child’s Passion?

I love to write. When I see my blank computer screen and poise my fingers over the keyboard, I feel absolutely wonderful. Like I’m about to give birth to a child (not that I’ve ever done that before). And when words spill over from my imagination, forming sentences and paragraphs and worlds before me —…

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Exciting News from CFA’s Preschool Department!

The upcoming schoolyear marks an exciting time for Catholic Filipino Academy (CFA), with the Preschool Department officially shaping up! Below are more details, from CFA Preschool’s own Jen Bellosillo, whose homeschooling story was recently featured on philstar.com: Dear CFA Family, We are happy to announce new and exciting offerings that await families who decide to partner with…

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Are You A Grace-Filled Child?

A school year has ended. Congratulations! And summer is here… So, I’d like to talk to the kids this time. As a kid, there were days when I thought my mom was a mean mom. Because every night, I wanted to watch TV, but she told me, “Do your homework.” I wasn’t a good student,…

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CFA Holds First Talents Day: “From His Goodness… For His Glory”

The members of CFA’s different clubs, plus a number of other CFA students, had a chance to showcase their talents during CFA’s first Talents Day-cum-recital on February 21, 2015. With the theme “From His Goodness… For His Glory,” the event, held at the 10th floor of Obispado de Cubao in Quezon City, was well-attended by…

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Learn About How One Family Discovered Homeschooling

Every homeschooling family has their own story of how they came to journey on “the road less travelled.” Read about how CFA’s very own Parungao family discovered homeschooling in, of all places, Bangkok, Thailand, and how God has been blessing their homeschooling journey with CFA so far. Click here to read the post on Philstar.com.…

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Be Prodigal This New Year

Today, I’d like to talk about the Prodigal Paradigm. A lot of people actually think prodigal means “lost” or “wayward” because the only time they hear the word prodigal is from the Parable of the Prodigal Son. Actually, prodigal means extreme, excessive, reckless extravagance.  That was what the youngest son did. He got half of…

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