Angel John Integrated Academy

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An academe of world-class basic education

Located at 781-D Barangay Lalakhan Sta. Maria Bulacan

Formerly known as Angel John International Academy

Legally incorporated and Dep Ed recognized (Government Recognition No. E-001 s. 2009 for the Pre-Elementary Course; Government Recognition No. E-032 s. 2009 for the Grades I – IV of the Elementary Course)

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Quality Education

To provide opportunities that will promote and enhance critical thinking, creativity and practical skills

Character Foundation

To promote Christian values and develop the capacity for sound and right judgment based on the highest moral standards

Social Awareness

To inculcate leadership, stewardship, service and commitment towards becoming a productive contributor of the home, school, church and the community

Sense of Nationalism

To develop nationalistic values, appreciation of one's cultural heritage, environmental consciousness and a genuine sense of pride of being a Filipino.


AJIA affirms that each child is a unique person with inherent intellectual, spiritual and physical attributes. The child learns in situations that are meaningful and secure. In order to produce a well-integrated child, AJIA commits itself to provide a competent and caring faculty fully supported by the best instructional resources within an environment that efficiently maximizes the learning process.


Angel John Integrated Academy, Inc. (AJIA) is just a new school. The school was established in July 2006 but it was not actually operated until June 2008 after the completion of the first phase of the building. AJIA is a brainchild of spouses Angelo C. Geronimo and Ellinor Fua-Geronimo. Ellinor Fua-Geronimo, a CPA, accounting professor at PUP and President of PUP College of Accountancy Alumni Association, Inc., decided to take up Master in Educational Management at the same school where she graduated Bachelor in Commerce major in Accountancy. While studying Master in Educational Management, she saw how noble it is to run a school. She talked her dreams of leaving a noble legacy for the country with her supportive husband. Her husband agreed. The couple started scouting for an appropriate piece of land where they can start their dream. After considering a number of good lots for sale and with the help of the Good Provider, they purchased a lot in Lalakhan, Sta. Maria, Bulacan in 2006 and started construction work for a 4 storey building with 36 huge classrooms. The couple’s children, Allen (a CPA and Bachelor of Accountancy graduate from San Beda), Adrian (a college student from De La Salle University) and Angel John (a grade school student from OB Montessori) were also very supportive. They conceptualize the school’s advertising leaflets and tarpaulin advertisements. Soon the school started its operations.


An academe of world-class basic education


AJIA shall offer high quality basic literacy programs that will help the learner realize his full academic potentials while acquiring relevant values and wholesome attitudes

From International to Integrated

SEC approved the registration of Angel John International Academy, Inc. (AJIA) on July 20, 2006. This name, however, was changed to Angel John Integrated Academy, Inc. on November 3, 2008 after the negotiations with a Korean School failed.

The Korean School was supposed to send Korean Students to AJIA by batches to study English. As such, the third floor of the School was designed to serve as the dormitory of the foreign students. According to the plans, the dorm can house 40 Koreans at any time. Due to the World recession, the project was stopped indefinitely. Having no foreign students to cater, the school changed its name from Angel John International Academy, Inc. to Angel John Integrated Academy, Inc. The school, nevertheless, maintains its high standards of education.


See Also

External Link

- Angel John Integrated Academy

AJIA homepage