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Ann Arbor Montessori Learning Center, Inc.

A Business Case Project

Presented to the

Information Technology

De La Salle Universty

In Partial Fulfillment

Of the Requirements for Organization and Management

For I.T. Students.

Presented by

Alexandra Laurence Cuartero

Marc Daniel Abiño

Ronnel Mendoza

Ervin Julius Bautista

Joshua Luis Ornedo

November 2013



In 1947, the spouses, Atty. Renato and Sandy Cayetano and Mr. Gregorio III and Myra Garcia, established a pre-school and named it Ann Arbor Montessori. The management of the school was then passed on to the Carpio Family in June 1991. This was after 17 years of providing pre-school education in B.F. Homes Parañaque. Through the years, the school expanded and started to offer Grade School and High School, as well as Home Education and Special Education. Their special education is their means of catering children with special needs and seeks to develop their skills. Their branch in Biñan, Laguna opened in 1995, offering pre-school to high school education.


The school was established and owned before by two spouses. They were Attorney Renato and Sandy Cayetano, Mr. Gregorio III and Myrna Garcia. The rights and ownership were then transferred to the Carpio Family in 1991. Later on the Carpio Family expanded the pre-school into a fully pledged learning institution for elementary and high school students (Ann Arbor Montessori Student Handbook).

Type of Business

Ann Arbor Montessori Learning Center, Inc. is a non-stock non-profit corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the Philippines and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (Ann Arbor Montessori Student Handbook). It is being ran by the Carpio Family along with the board of trustees and the…...

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