Eton is a small town in England near the Windsor Castle where the best and brightest were educated. In 1440, King Henry VI created Eton College, the first charity school for boys where royalties, aristocrats, nobleman studied together with the scholars of the King. They have one mission in mind, to become future leaders of England.
The King believed to build a strong nation, he must use the power of education. Pupils were educated with the best teaching and learning resources the world can offer. They were empowered to uplift the lives of their people, one community at time. Seventy original gentlemen from Eton forever left a lasting mark in the world.
The King’s vision and mission for Eton became the inspiration of Directress, Jacqueline Marzah-Tolentino, to make International Education accessible to all. She was educated in Harvard Graduate School of Education and got farther studies in U.S.A., Japan, China and U.K. that opened doors of friendships and school partnerships worldwide. In 2004, ETON International School started with young boys and girls by providing exceptionally good quality education for all.
ETON has produced Ten International topnotchers in English, Math and Science together with several world class young artists in the country. We believe that students can achieve global success through Eton’s high academic standards as a result of stimulating learning environments, challenging leadership educational programs and first class resources.