A Community Effort

Kairos parents aren’t left to homeschool all on their own. Whether through materials, seminars, events, MAPEH classes, or regular communication, we help our parents experience the benefits of an educational community.

Stuck on a certain subject? Our teachers and fellow families are right here in the thick of it with you. Need friendship and encouragement? Whom better to befriend than parents and children who understand exactly what you’re going through?

Homeschooling is not lone schooling. Let Kairos be the Christian, Chinese community your child needs.

Structure vs. Freedom

Homeschooling without guidance or structure can be a daunting experience. Kairos simplifies the work for our families by providing curriculum, training, and community for all students and parents. By pre-dividing each year’s studies into four quarters, Kairos helps families focus on teaching one step at a time. By developing all tests, exams, and daily work requirements ahead of time, we let our parents invest themselves in the most valuable area of all: spending time to teach and enjoy their children.

Kairos strives to provide structure for families through our scheduling, curriculum, and group activities. At the same time, families may be as flexible as desired in teaching different subjects within each assigned quarter. Freedom and structure coexist to create the best possible educational opportunities for our students.

Parent-Child Tandem

Homeschooling, at its heart, is parent-led, home-based education. At Kairos, we enable families through curriculum, seminars, and teaching materials to work towards the best possible home environment for their children’s schooling. Kairos parents teach and guide their kids in person, often experiencing new lessons along with their kids!

Committed parents are the very best teachers students can have. By providing whatever we can to help families reach their homeschooling goals, we strive to make lifelong learning a possibility for all of our beloved families. When the kids learn, the parents do too!

Types of Language Learning

Learning a new language is a time of great discovery and great challenge. Whether students are second language learners who are immersed in their target language’s culture or foreign language learners who are attempting to acquire a language not available in their immediate environment, students need assistance to make acquiring a new tongue a successful endeavor.

At Kairos, our Chinese curriculum is designed for heritage language learners – students who have experienced the Chinese language in their family and home, who understand the value of its legacy. Filipino is approached as a second language while English is built as a mother tongue. Students are expected to master English and basic Chinese in preschool and to learn Filipino starting from Grade One.

By combining home environment and school instruction, we aim to make multilingual learning a reality for all.

From Every Walk of Life

Homeschooling is a calling that comes to families at different times of their lives. Whether your family is currently holding a newborn, reconsidering conventional school, or facing a change in lifestyle – homeschooling can be that window into several bright new worlds. There is no limit to the vocations of parents who can homeschool, and there is no limit on where children learn.

No matter where or how the Lord calls your family, may each chapter be an opportunity to grow together!

A Family Experience

How many hours does one homeschool in a day? It’s never easy to quantify something as ingrained into a family’s lifestyle as educating at home. Homeschooling changes a family’s lifestyle and makes constant learning something that the whole household, top to bottom, lives and breathes.

When you’re on the road, read signs and explore new horizons. When you’re ready for the night, learn Bible stories and good health habits. When you’re doing groceries, just start reciting that multiplication table all over again. The joy of growth and discovery is never limited by time or location!

One Year of Grace

This June, Kairos celebrates one year of the Lord’s gracious leading in establishing a homeschool provider that serves the unique needs of the Christian, Filipino-Chinese community. By supplying curriculum, community, and guidance for our families, we support every family and child in the Kairos family with love and compassion. We praise the Lord for every individual He has used for His glory! Join us in giving thanks for the Lord’s continuous grace.

Getting Started

The application process for new Kairos students follows just a few simple steps. There’s definitely a time for everything!

  1. Application
    1. Families complete application forms found here.
    2. Families collect documentation required here.
    3. Families submit all requirements to Kairos during the application period.
  2. Assessment
    1. New students and families wait for Kairos to schedule their interviews.
    2. New students and families attend their entrance interviews.
    3. New students receive their recommended grade level.
  3. Reservation
    1. Students qualifying for their grade levels receive welcome information and their official student codes.
    2. Students qualifying for their grade levels reserve their slots for the upcoming school year.
  4. Enrollment
    1. All families, new and former, attend enrollment and orientation.
    2. Families meet each other, receive learning materials, and start their Kairos journeys!

First Time for Everything

The first year of homeschooling is the most decisive for families, and Kairos tries to make it work for you. Not sure how to homeschool? Not a problem.

For families with children 3 years of age, our nursery program includes all learning materials and four skills-based assessments sessions. Parents join our training seminars and workshops as we help you to foster your child’s growth in behavioral, cognitive, academic, language, and physical development. Even young children can learn great things.

For families with older children, we serve you by providing all learning materials and regular checkpoints in the form of quarter exams. Students do their daily work at home before coming to school for exams four weeks each year. It helps to know how your child is doing!

Don’t let the thought overwhelm you. There’s a first time for everything, and we’re right here to help.

Inquiry Visits

Too late for the annual Open House? Set an appointment with our office, and we’ll make sure we address your concerns. Every time a family visits, we make sure to explore your unique needs as a family.

If you’re not sure about homeschooling, a visit is not a commitment! Our administrators talk with each family to help you make the best possible choice. We explore our uniquely curated curriculum, and we go in detail about every little thing that makes Kairos work.

Let us be part of your decision process! Reach us through e-mail, phone, or social media.

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