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Tel: +632-8366-6023

Email: eliteeduc@yahoo.com

G/F, Rose Garden 2 Bldg.,

64 Rosal St., Villa Theresa Subd., Marulas, Valenzuela, 1441, Philippines

Summer Camp 2017

July 31, 2017

Our camp provides a safe, fun and active environment in which children and teenagers can develop new skills, self-esteem and friendships.We pride ourselves on offering an action-packed, varied and exciting camp activities.

 

Campers are divided into different grade levels to ensure that they get to experience the most out of our activities. Activities vary from week to week and are designed to be age-appropriate. The list of lined up activities every session are: English Group Classes, Arts & Crafts, Games, Movies, Speeches and Outdoor Activities such as going to a theme park, museum, historical places and malls.

 

 

Manila American Cemetery

 

It is located in Fort Bonifacio, Metro Manila, within the boundaries of the former Fort William McKinley. The cemetery, 152 acres or 615,000 square meters in area, is located on a prominent plateau, visible at a distance from the east, south and west. With a total of 17, 2016 graves, it has the largest number of graves of any cemetery for U.S.personnel killed during World War II and holds war dead from the Philippines and other allied nations.

 

The cemetery is open daily to the public from 9:00AM to 5:00PM except December 25 and January 1.

 

 

 

Art in an Island

 

It is Asia's largest 3D trick art Museum. Art in Island allows visitors to interact and have fun with the art pieces. You can take as much pictures and videos as you want. The museum has over 200 masterpieces, including reproduction of works of masters, animals, Egyptian ruins and others.

 

 

Admission Fee: 

- PHP 500 for adults (~$12 US Dollars)

- PHP 400 for students, senior citizens and PWD (Persons with Disabilities (~9 US Dollars)

- Free for Children below 3 ft.

 

Address: 175 15th Ave. Brgy. Socorro, Cubao, Quezon City

 

Operating Hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 9:30AM - 9:30PM

 

 

Mind Museum

 

The Mind Museum is a science museum in Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines. As of 2012, the museum has five main galleries occupying a 4,900 square metres (53,000 sq ft) exhibit area and spanning 2 floors. The galleries each had its own theme namely, atom, life, earth, universe and technology which are linked by features called "Nature’s Webways". The atom, life, earth, univers galleries are located on the first floor while the technology gallery are found in the first floor of the two story museum.

 

Operations Schedule: Tuesday - Sunday

9AM - 12NN, 12NN - 3PM, 3PM - 6PM

 

Ticket Prices: 

- PHP 625 Adult

- PHP 475 Child/Private School Student (Up to College)

- PHP 190 Public School Student (Up to College)

- PHP 190 Teacher

- PHP 750 All-Day Pass

 

 

Sky Ranch, Tagaytay City

 

Sky Ranch, a leisure park in the renowned leisure city of Tagaytay, south of Metro Manila, is a 5-hectare project of SM Prime Holdings, Inc., SM Group’s consolidated subsidiaries and real estate assets. Neatly settled beside the famed Taal Vista Hotel, Sky Ranch is set to be one of the definitive Tagaytay experiences for families and groups of friends.

 

Kids and kids at heart will enjoy the fantastic rides, food destinations and family-friendly ambiance high above Tagaytay.

 

City dwellers that are looking for some weekend recreation will surely enjoy the carefully selected amusement park rides and activities. If you want some thrilling experiences, the Viking, Jump Around, Log Coaster Flying Bus are among others that you could find inside the Sky Ranch complex. For an amazing view of Taal Lake, Taal Volcano and the provinces and cities surrounding these landmarks, we have Zipline that you could enjoy and The Sky Eye, which is dubbed as the tallest Ferris wheel in the country.

 

Tagaytay - Nasugbu via Tuy Road, Barangay Kaybagal South, Tagaytay City (Beside Taal Vista Hotel)

 

Operating Hours:

Mondays - Fridays - 10:00AM - 10:00PM

Saturday - Sunday - 8:00AM - 10:00PM

 

The students not only get to learn about the Philippines through travelling to different places but they also get to taste the most famous Filipino foods. They get to learn how to cook our very own "ADOBO" and "MANGO GRAHAM CAKE".

 

Philippine Adobo (from Spanish adobar: "marinade," "sauce" or "seasoning") is a popular dish and cooking process in Philippine cuisine that involves meat, seafood, or vegetables marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic, which is browned in oil, and simmered in the marinade. It has sometimes been considered as the official national dish in the Philippines.

 

The sweetness of a home-grown Philippine mango is incomparable to any other, and the sourness of the green mango is something to crave for. Philippine Mangoes are exported to many countries around the world and are preferred by many for its one of a kind taste and soft flesh that almost melts in the mouth once eaten.

 

There are a lot of products that can be made from mangoes like: Mango Jam, Dried Mangoes (famous delicacies for gifts or pasalubong), Mango Ice Cream, Mango Cake, and more.

 

The Mango Graham Cake is a refrigerated, no-bake cake that is so easy to make that even kids could do it. It is a kind of Filipino dessert which can be prepared easily. Aside from it’s being easy to prepare it’s also a dessert that your whole family would love because the ingredients needed are not really expensive and it’s really satisfying.

 

Mango Graham Cake dessert is usually served during Christmas and New Year celebration. This can be done in two to three layers of filling depending on the size of the baking dish that you’re going to use. Mango Float can also be prepared this summer season or any occasions do you love to prepare it.

 

 

 

 

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