Formation

Bannister’s educational program is patterned after the classical educational program called the Trivium. A classical education is a three-part process of training the mind.

Paideia is a set of beliefs about education including active and rigorous teaching methods Paideia is a holistic approach to life-long learning with roots in ancient Greece. 

The study of Latin teaches students how to think critically and analytically, and how to handle concepts with ease. 

 

K-12 Education lays down the cornerstones for fundamental language and critical thinking skills.

 

Student Affairs

Calendar of Events

JULY

30

Faculty Service Awards

JANUARY

14

Live Podcast #1

28

Math and Science Day

AUGUST

20

Sorting Ceremony and
1st House Games

16-31

Buwan ng Wika

FEBRUARY

24

Family Day and 3rd House Games

SEPTEMBER

10

Foundation Day/Bannister’s Got Talent Online

APRIL

8

Humanities Day

29

Live Podcast #2

NOVEMBER

5

Belated Teacher’s Day Workshop

19

2nd House Games

MAY

27

Grad/Recognition Day

DECEMBER

17

Year-End Party

Examination Schedule

SEPTEMBER

15-17

Wednesday-Friday, Term 1 Midterms

OCTOBER

27-29

Wednesday-Friday, Term 1 Finals

DECEMBER

14-16

Tuesday-Thursday, Term 2 Midterms

FEBRUARY

14-16

Monday-Wednesday, Term 2 Finals

MARCH

30-1

Wednesday-Friday, Term 3 Midterms

MAY

4-6

Wednesday-Friday, Term 3 Finals

A well-trained mind is what Susan Wise Bauer described as the fruit of a good education.
A person with a well-trained mind can tackle difficult subjects, learn on his own, understand and structure logical statements,
and finally, communicate thought from one mind to another.