Discovery Learning Center uses the School of Tomorrow (SOT) Curriculum with the following Distinctives:

Bible-Based Instruction Academic Excellence Individualized Instruction Mastery-Based Learning Diagnostic Testing Values Formation Computer-Enhanced Learning Reasoning Skills Character Building

Reading Program

The ABC's with ACE and CHRISTI Learning To Read Program


  • Is a two-volume daily instructional manual which contains detailed, step-by-step, and easy-to follow complete plans for each day;
  • Has Giant animal and Bible story cards that allow students to visualize the story as the supervisor reads or tells it;
  • Guarantees that within 12-15 weeks, learners can read words phonetically; can become acquainted with cartoon animals, songs, and stories; and can learn letter sounds, alphabet sequence, and word relationships; and
  • Is designed to prepare the child for the individualized instruction of the PACE curriculum.

This is the most exciting year of any child’s schooling career. It’s the miracle year of the SOT Educational System, as learners experience the joy of learning to read.

Reading is Fundamental

The Accelerated Christian Eucation Emphasizes Reading Mastery

“Visual Learning is one of the many strong suits of the A.C.E. program, and throughout the curriculum there is an emphasis on reading mastery.

Reading is fundamental to a child’s ability to learn new information, and proficiency in this skill is foundational in all other subjects. Even with the emphasis on electronic learning and the abundant use of computers, a child still needs the basic skill of being able to READ.”

ACE Accelerator

What is PACE?

PACE (Packets of Accelerated Christian Education) is a School of Tomorrow Work texts.

Each pace is more or less equivalent to a unit of 12 PACEs in each subject. PACEs integrate Character building lessons into the academic content and are carefully designed to develop thinking skills and create mastery learning.

Each PACE contains Checkups which are mini-tests covering a section of the PACE. Upon completion of the activities and Checkups, students prepare to take the Self Test, a practice test. Here students evaluate themselves to determine readiness for the PACE Test. The Pace Test objectively measures student mastery of the material.


With Readmaster+, the School of Tomorrow’s Computerized Reading Program, students in all grade levels can improve their reading rate and comprehension and thoroughly enjoy themselves in the process.

Who can join DLC?

Students categorized as Advanced Learners (Gifted), Slow Learners (Tutored) and Foreign Students. DLC is also open to non-GCC students who would like to take Enrichment Lessons—to strengthen them on subject areas where they are weak; and the Advance Lessons—to allow them to go beyond their regular curriculum level.

Subject Offered

  1. English (Language, Spelling, Reading, Literature and Compositions)
  2. Math
  3. Science
  4. Filipino
  5. Spanish Language (for GCC Saturday Activity only)
  6. Values Education (Old Testament & New Testament Survey)

Schedule of Classes

  1. DLC conducts classes on regular school days ( Monday to Friday; 7:30 AM -3:00 PM) for Foreign, Thomas Edison Gifted Program (TEGP), and Special Filipino Subject students.
  2. Saturday Activities for the High School & Enrichment Classes for the Elementary ( 7:30 AM –12:00 Noon)
  3. Summer Classes
    • New Incoming GCC Students (recommended by the supervisor)
    • Elementary or High School Students for advance lessons.
    • Non-GCC Foreign Students
    • Low CEM (recommended by the supervisor)
    • Failures in their Subjects (Elementary or High School)
    • Foreign Students with Zero English who want to learn English as a Second Language

Procedure for Enrolment

  1. Applicants must have recommendation from their Department Supervisors.
    • Kindergarten (Ms. Haidee Ong)
    • English Elementary (Mrs. Pacita Sy)
    • English High School (Ms. Lucy Sia)
  2. Applicants should take Diagnostic Test in a particular subject to gauge their level to start the program.
  3. DLC teachers will evaluate and make report of the diagnostic test result to the supervisor concerned.
  4. DLC teacher should hold a conference with the parents in order for them to decide whether to continue or not the enrolment, based on the result of the test.
  5. If continue: (Ask approval from DR. CHRISTINE JOY TAN, GCC President)
  6. Assessment of DLC Fee.
  7. Payment at the Accounting Office.
  8. Enrolled

Contact Us

8366-2000 local 163