Little Me Academy spearheads global, innovative education that cultivates literacy and leadership in a community of changemakers.
OUR CURRICULUM is engaging and hands-on, world-class and innovative, meeting and exceeding Philippine learning standards.
OUR FACULTY is composed of multi-awarded experts who bring mastery, enthusiasm, and a true love for teaching to their classes.
OUR COMMUNITY is filled with positivity: our students are high-performing, and our parents, happy and supportive.
Inspired by their young daughter’s eagerness to learn, husband-and-wife team Percival “Sir Ike” Nepomuceno-Olandesca and Ramonette “Teacher Ram” Legaspi-Olandesca founded Little Me Academy in 2006.
According to Sir Ike, they and their early colleagues were “equipped with passion, persistence, and purpose and backed up by a great God.” Starting with only 14 pupils whose ages ranged from 2-5 years old, the Olandescas found that starting up a school was not easy financially, but they understood that the fulfilment of guiding young minds to a life of achievement was more than payment enough.
Believing that communication is the first step to lifelong learning, and that leadership is the ultimate goal of education, the Olandescas guarantee their fellow parents that Little Me is where children learn to “read, speak, and lead.”
Little Me has gotten bigger since then (and still continues to do so) with over 400 young learners now enrolled at the preschool, elementary, and high school levels. “Yet the same limited class size is maintained to keep the personal touch going,” says Sir Ike. In addition to academics, Little Me also rounds out their students’ personal development by offering various extra-curricular activities such as sports, public speaking, creative arts, entrepreneurship, and much more.
Over the years
2006: Little Me Academy is founded under its original name: “The Little Me Learning Center” in Kauswagan, Cagayan de Oro City.
2009: Little Me graduates its first class of 6th grade students.
2015: Little Me begins expansion to a new campus in Manuel Vega, Cagayan de Oro City.
2016: Expansion is continued through the Aikee Learning Center, a subsidiary focused on speech, reading, and Pre-K education.
2017: Little Me’s first class of 10th graders completes junior high school.
2018: Little Me founds Academe Philippine Online High School, the first open online high school in the Philippines.
2020: Little Me creates the first DepEd-accredited Home School program in Cagayan de Oro City.
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+63 917 713 3886
Little Me Academy
Manuel Vega St., Consolacion
Cagayan de Oro City, Region X