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Lorenzo Ruiz de Manila School of Cainta is a school for future society champions

One of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. Making this decision right could put your child in a path of lifelong learning, both academically and spiritually.

Lorenzo Ruiz de Manila School of Cainta (LRMS) is a Ruizian Catholic educational institution located inside the Vista Verde Executive Village in Cainta, Rizal. For nearly 30 years, LRMS has been educating young learners, providing learning facilities in order for them to develop their God-given talents. A lay-directed educational system, the school is being run by skilled and experienced educators dedicated to the rearing of future born-leaders of society. Simply known as Lorenzo in the community, it teaches its students with values centered on the Eucharist and inspired by the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Lorenzo Ruiz.

Lorenzo aims to be known for its transformative education that is innovative, dynamic, and responsive to the demands of the global market. To address this mission, Lorenzo is offering four academic strands for their senior high school students:

  • General Academic Strand
  • Accountancy, Business, and Management
  • Humanities and Social Sciences

On top of the aforementioned academic strands for its senior high school students, Lorenzo also offers a Technical-Vocational-Livelihood track to equip students with job-ready skills, enabling them to join the workforce straight out of senior high. For two years now, Lorenzo has also been offering the Information and Communication Technology strand which has since produced competent students now eligible for the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Assessment for National Certificate III-2D Animation.

Just like any other school, your child will enjoy their time spent at Lorenzo because of programs that support every child’s holistic development. Fun programs involving sports like basketball, taekwondo, ballet, and music are offered every summer, helping shape the discipline, skills, and talents of the children.

Lastly, Lorenzo cares. With the institution’s Family Tuition Discount which offers as much as 100% concession to parents and guardians, children deserving of quality education will never be deprived of it. On top of this benefit, Lorenzo also offers a Referral Incentive of up to P6,000.00 in vouchers which may be used by students to avail books, uniforms, school materials, canteen meals, and easement of tuition fee balance.

There is no doubt in mind that Lorenzo is the school of choice for well-rounded, academically-adept, and values-rich young leaders in the making. By visiting our school today, you will help your child jumpstart a promising future.

For more information on Lorenzo, please visit lorenzoruiz.edu.ph/. Let Ruizians help you and your child get settled, connect with the community on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


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