Homeschooling in the Philippines is definitely growing! If you are exploring homeschooling, we now have a number of providers you can check to help with you with you journey. We have decided to compile the ones we know and we do hope this helps parents, who sent us inquiries, about the different providers.

A homeschool provider helps you get accreditation for your children’s homeschooling. Your child’s accomplishments are officially credited and they released transcripts to their students, in compliance with Department of Education (DepEd) accreditation requirements. These records are needed when your child enrolls in a regular school or college.

Some of the providers are members and affiliates of Homeschool Association of the Philippine Islands (HAPI)* and some are recommended by fellow homeschoolers.

Here’s a list of DepEd Accredited Homeschool Providers in the Philippines:

Homeschool Providers in the Philippines

Homeschool Global / The Master’s Academy (TMA) Homeschool*

This is a Christian Homeschool, accredited in the Philippines (via the Philippine Department of Education), and in the U.S. (via a partnership with Walkersville Christian Family Schools). It is one of the pilot Home Education Programs (HEP) of the Philippine Department of Education. TMA is now called Homeschool Global (2016).

Contact Number: 234-0432
Address: 2nd Floor Fun Ranch, Frontera Verde, Ortigas Avenue, Barangay Ugong, Pasig City

Catholic Filipino Academy (CFA)*

Offers Catholic Homeschooling program in the Philippines founded by renowned speaker, preacher, and author, Bo Sanchez. and a team of homeschooling moms.

Contact Number: 725-9999
Address: Obispado de Cubao, 41 Lantana Street, Cubao, Metro Manila, Quezon City

Victory Christian International School’s HomeStudy Program

VCIS HomeStudy Program offers students a unique form of instruction that is anchored on biblical principles, fosters a love for learning through deep learning, and involves both the parents and the school.

Contact Number:  775-5705, 584-6092,  0917 813 2862
Address: 3F Rodil Building 326 Capt Henry Javier Drive, Oranbo, Pasig City

School of Tomorrow Philippines

School of Tomorrow Philippines is the official provider of the ACE (Accelerated Christian Education)  Curriculum in the country. This is Christian Homeschool using PACES of School of Tomorrow, USA


Contact Number: 822-4433
Address: SOT Blvd., (former MJS Ave.) Levitown Executive Village, Brgy. Don Bosco, Parañaque City.

Peniel Integrated Christian Academy, Inc. Home Education Program *

Peniel Christian Academy offers Homeschool program that supports an open curriculum.

Contact Number: 682-7941

Kids World Integrated School, Inc. Home Education *

Kids World Integrated School Inc. is an equal opportunity institution. They offer Home Education, Home Study, SPED, and E-learning. They also have special courses like Integrated Philippine History through Culture and Arts and Interactive Filipino with Baybayin.

Contact: (02)726-6563, (02)975-4676
Address:  Johnson Street, Greenhills North, San Juan

Homeschool of Asia Pacific (HAP)

Offers stress-free, student-paced, simple-structured US-based or Deped-accredited homeschool programs for pre-schoolers, primary school to highschool. Their programs are open to students and families around the world.

Address: Level 5 Richville Tower, Address: Madrigal Business Park, Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa, Philippines

International British Academy Home School Programme

International British Academy offered the first fully accredited Home School Programme (Elementary level) in the Cavite area in school year 2012-2013. This programme is intended for those parents who wish to teach their children at home and have the additional guidance and support of a fully accredited school assisting them.

Contact Number: 046 471-5922
Address: Gen. Aguinaldo Hi-way, Anabu ll-D, Imus, Cavite

Bright Young Minds

In BYM, the main goal is to enable each child to discover and maximize their God given potentials. They provide services and implementing programs that will develop the child’s skills. The curriculum are either DepEd accredited or U.S. accredited.

Contact Number: 774-37-47
Address: Unit 304, Venture bldg. Prime Cor. Market St. Madrigal Business Park, Alabang, Muntinlupa City

Angelicum College Home Study Program

Angelicum HSP allows learners to study at home at their own time and pace while tests for validation of their lessons or modules are to be given and taken in the actual presence of authorized monitors.

Address:  112 M.J. Cuenco St. Sta. Mesa Heights Quezon City, Philippines

International Christian Academy Elementary Home Schooling

The First Philippine Christian School accredited by ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International), Colorado, U.S.A.. ICA seeks to serve as the third strand after the child’s own family and church in ensuring overall development – physically, emotionally, socially, spiritually and academically.

Contact Number :820-4521, 820-4524
Address: 4505 Extra Extension Street Fourth Estate Subdivision, Sucat, Paranaque, Philippines

Kairos Homeschool Academy

A Christian, Chinese homeschooling institution that offers complete and curated homeschool curriculum, administrative assistance, developed tests and projects, DepEd recognition, and parent training support for families that are new to homeschooling. They also provide opportunities through our trilingual library, athletic facilities, and different church activities.

Contact Number : (02) 448 2504
Address: Room 201, United Evangelical Church of Malabon 45 Gov. Pascual Ave., Potrero, Malabon City 1475 (near Monumento)


Are you connected to a homeschooling provider, or do you know one, that is not on the list? Please let me know by leaving a comment so I can include them and help give more options for families looking for providers.

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  1. rheza says:

    how about blended learning center manila? accredated po ba ng dep ed? thank you po

    • Mommy Que says:

      I got this reply from BLC – “We take the content and tailor it according to the kids’ individual inclinations. We like to think we make learning experiences better 😊 Our homeschool providers are Headway and Seibo.”

      In short, they are not.

  2. princess says:

    can you share the source where you got the list of DepEd Accredited Homeschool Providers in the Philippines? thanks.

    • Mommy Que says:

      Hi. We got most of the providers from HAPI (Homeschool Association of the Philippine Islands) and some from providers who directly sent their details.

  3. Silveria Berango says:

    I would like to be a homeschool provider. How true is it that the DepEd is no longer accepting application for accreditation of homeschool providers due to K TO 12?

  4. Candice says:

    Hi. Can I just ask you how we can verify if they are indeed accredited by DepEd (i.e, how can we check their accreditation/certification on the DepEd website?). I have tried to check HAP but was unable to find it, however, I was able to view Angelicum. Thanks in advance

    • Mommy Que says:

      HAPI site is currently not available as they have revamped their site but you can check with them via facebook so verify.

      • Mommy shy says:

        Hi mommy que..okay din ba sa Seibo . We are from Valenzuela and yun ung pinakamalapit. Home to hear from you . Thank you

  5. how much does it cost for grade 1 & grade 3? says:

    cost for grade 1&3

  6. Maan says:

    Is victory elijah accredited hs provider?

  7. Michelle says:

    Hi we’re based here in Dubai,
    Is there any school who can provide home schooling internationally?

  8. jorland buemia says:

    hi, im looking for home school provider here in legazpi albay bicol..

  9. vilma fulgar says:

    helo lo magkano po bayad nb grade1 to grade 6

    • Mommy Que says:

      Hello Vilma. The fee and offers differs from one provider to another and also per grade level. I suggest you call them to check.

  10. Eileen e. Eribal says:

    May i ak po if there are branches here in mindanao? Thanks

    • Mommy Que says:

      Hi Eileen. I am not aware of any provider in Mindanao yet. However, there are providers that accept students across the country and can give you support even if you are living in Mindanao.

  11. Jovy says:

    Good day!
    Im looking for school in Marikina city that provides home study program, in grade 11.
    Thank you

  12. Chie says:

    I would like to ask po if possible na xerox copy lang muna yung card ng bata to enrolled home study?

  13. Nay Roque says:

    We are Filipinos living in Thailand. What Philippine school can you recommend for kids ages 16 and 19 while they are in Thailand? A school that would provide proper documents for students. I am a licensed teacher in Philippines and provided homestudy for my kids, how to get this credited? Thank you.

  14. Jeanneth vitug says:

    Hi is there a dep accredited homeschool for level 12 near marikina area can you help me

  15. Michael says:

    Hi! Mam, myron ba near fairview?

  16. Bob says:

    If they are not on the DepEd list, then they are not accredited.

  17. john dipasupil says:

    any accreditted homestudy up here in baguio city?

  18. Mari barreiro says:

    Hi po..Is Dep ed accreditation required if our son plans to take college in the traditional colleges in the Phils?

    Thank you

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