iAcademy takes early steps for next academic year

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines — Makati-based modern campus iAcademy has opened applications for the next school year for both senior high school and college students.

The school, which was recently named the Most Progressive Education Provider in the Philippines by the World Economic Magazine, said it continues to offer industry-relevant programs and forward-thinking initiatives to hone students to become innovative and productive members of society after graduation.

Throughout the academic year, iAcademy – a member of the STI Group –  offers prime workshops which aim to help students decide which career path to take for senior high school and college. Parents and guardians are also invited to attend the workshops to get substantial information on the programs being offered by the school and how they relate to career opportunities, forthcoming business trends, new developments in technology, and the advancement in the industries.

The prime workshops are held every Saturday by iAcademy professors and industry leaders to ensure students and parents are well-informed and educated about the recent developments in the industry and how the school focuses its efforts on acquiring certification opportunities, international partnerships, and support from industry partners.

Through these initiatives, students are given first-hand experience in collaborating with the most reputable companies in the industry, learning not only about theory-based practices but also demonstrated strategies applied to the current paradigms of successful businesses and organizations.

Hinged on the concept of discovering oneself, the school anchors theme on empowering students to journey toward unearthing their potentials and utilizing their skills to create solutions to real-world problems.

iAcademy offers specialized programs in the areas of computing, business and liberal arts, and design, and four exceptional tracks for senior high school students.

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