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Submitted By riessakleyr
A GLIMPSE OF THE HISTORY OF JOYLAND SCHOOL
HISTORY OF JOYLAND SCHOOL
The past four decades saw the move of districts and annual conferences in the United Methodist Church for establishment not only of Kindergarten but even Elementary, Secondary and Theological institution. We have the Union Theological Seminary and Wesley Divinity School for pastors education; Harris Memorial College initially for deaconess program; Philippine Christian University, Wesleyan University, Philippines Asbury College, Alsdergate College, Eveland Junior Colleges for liberal arts, pre-theological and other non-theological courses. Tarlac Ecumenical which used to offer basic education courses is now offering collegiate education.
One growing institution of the Philippine UMC is Joyland School. Joyland School, the second home for the past 25 years of young children barely weaned from their mother’s breasts, the haven where dreams have been planted, nurtured and cultured.
It may be a little late in the game, but in the Mother heart of God, it was planted and fertilized in God’s own time. At 25, more and more graduates have started to etch their names in respective chosen fields. Accordingly a good gauge of success, this degree of accomplishment and prominence of Joyland School graduates speaks for the kind of quality education which has been the product of the school’s “unwavering faith, service and excellence.”
On March 1985, the church leaders, with the encouragement of the church pastor, the Rev. Abraham Casipit and the church deaconess, Ms. Rebecca Kathleen S. Vidal, giving an interplay of courage, commitment and prayers, founded the Joyland Kindergarten School. It was envisioned that Joyland School will be an arm of the church for intellectual, social, emotional, physical and spiritual…...