OCTOBER 11, 2008
(STAR) Galileo helps the parents, educators and most especially children find Success in Mathematics

Students oftentimes cringe at the mere mention of the word Mathematics. They see Math as a subject to be feared, where numbers and equations are obstacles that they will never overcome. It is important that at a young age, parents and mentors should instill appreciation for math, just as the children enjoy running around the park or kicking a ball to a goal. Believe it or not, there is math everywhere, even at play.

The Galileo Enrichment Learning Program aims to team up with parents, teachers and educators-at-heart and unveil the secrets to making math fun for the young generation. On October 4, 2008, a talk entitled “Secrets to Math Success” was held at the Renaissance Hotel, Makati City . A back-to-back treat that provided mathematical tools that every participant can take home and share with young learners

Galileo opens another center in the heart of the business capital, Makati City.

In the Photo (from left to right): Mr. Bienvenido Juan; Ms. Ann W. Pato, President and COO of Galileo Enrichment Learning Program; Mrs. Maria Rosario Tambunting-Juan, President Sacred Heart School; Mr. Victor Gomez, Barangay Captain, Bel Air, Makati; Ms. Ma. Rowena J. Matti, CEO of Galileo Enrichment Learning Program; Fr. Estelito Villegas, officiating priest for the center blessing; and Mrs. Gomez.

The Galileo Enrichment Learning Program marked its place in educational enrichment by opening its 21st center. Last September 6, 2006, parents and children flocked the Galileo Bel-Air center to witness a grand opening and center blessing. The center blessing was also a celebration of the rapidly expanding family of learning centers and fulfillment of opening minds and enriching lives.

The program recognized the students who have completed the program and who are achievers in their respective schools. An Astronomically Fun Event followed the awarding ceremony, where games and exciting prizes were in store for the guests. The kids not only enjoyed the activities, but also took home analytical skills that were injected during the games. After the fun and games, the families got to check out the new center and try out the different Galileo learning center materials.

The Galileo Bel-Air center is now accepting students from preschool to grade school. To inquire about the program, you may call 898-1234 or visit the center at 3/F Goodwill Corporate Center, Jupiter Street, Makati City. (

Chief News Editor: Sol Jose Vanzi

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