LIFE FORMATION MISSION ACADEMY
OF THE Cathedral of the King
Life Formation Mission Academy was established in 1989 to educate children according to the ways of God. The school is the educational ministry of the Cathedral of the King, a member of the Charismatic Episcopal Church. The school and the church collaborate with the Department of Education in the education and training of the students.
Life Formation Mission Academy shall pursue academic excellence and spiritual transformation in order to contribute toward a society in which everyone uses their God-given potentials and talents to serve the community.
PURSUE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE through knowledge, understanding, development of skills, and practical application of Mathematics, Science, English, Filipino, Araling Panlipunan, and the Arts as imparted through the prescribed K to 12 curriculum of the Department of Education;
NURTURE CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY by synthesizing faith and reason while guided by divine revelation, and by incorporating the Instructional Formation Program of the Cathedral of the King in order to fulfill God's purpose to disciple children into the likeness of Jesus Christ; and
IMPLANT SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY through practical outreach to the community, stewardship of the environment, community extension, and holistic formation as a productive member of the society.
The goal of Life Formation Mission Academy is to train the children in a manner of development focusing on integrating Christ’s life into every aspect of their learning process in order to bring forth a Christ-like lifestyle.
Life Formation Mission Academy currently has a total of 17 teaching staff and 5 administrative support catering to the student population of 104 from Kinder 1 to Grade 10.
The school is an accredited member of the Association of Christian Schools Inc. (ACSI) and the Private hool Association of Parañaque (PSAP). Our male students and Junior High School ladies are registred members of Scouts Philippines. We operate under DepEd NCR permit numbers P-942 R-2, E-943 R-2, and S-176 R-4 s.2016