KING SOLOMON CHRISTIAN SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL (KSCSI)
Established by an independent Evangelical urban poor church in Tatalon, Quezon City in 1994, KSCSI started in the living room of Jun Paragas and his wife Milleth. The couple saw the need that while the poor is blessed by God with potential for growth and development, they are deprived of much, including opportunities for quality education, the lack thereof only shackles them deeply into poverty because education is a requirement for a decent job. Without education, the poor is unarmed to break out of the cycle of poverty. Thus, education for human growth and development became the platform for KSCSI.
KSCSI is Evangelical in doctrine, theology and philosophy.
KSCSI has been educating for 23 years now since 1994. As of 2017, KSCSI has a workforce of 48 teachers and 15 non-teaching staff with a total student population of almost 900 students over the 2 campuses, Tatalon (Main Campus) and Fairview ( Branch Campus) .
KSCSI offers a type of quality Christian education that is accessible and affordable to the poor. Thus, KSCSI becomes an environment where educational convergence between the rich and the poor happens.
KSCSI is Christian through and through by how it integrates biblical-truths and values into every lesson seamlessly.
KSCSI aims to reach the poor communities by introducing Jesus through education for kids at an early age by partnering with several community churches and community Christian leaders who help bring KSCSI families to a personal encounter with Jesus Christ whose Holy Spirit brings about real life transformation in the communities.