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Operation Brotherhood Montessori Center Inc.
Greenhills (Main Branch), San Juan City, Philippines
Operation Brotherhood Montessori Center Incorporated (sometimes known as OB Montessori Center Inc. or OBMCI) is an Italian-based school in the Philippines named after Maria Montessori. It was founded by Preciosa Soliven.  The mother organization Operation Brotherhood International was founded by Oscar B. Arellano. OBI provided medical help and community upliftment assistance to the war refugees in Vietnam and Laos. When OBI started operations in the Philippines in 1963, village projects became its first priority including schools for the poor. Ambassador Preciosa S. Soliven who had been teaching young children in Vietnam and later worked with a Swiss Montessori preschool teacher in Makati was asked by OBI to manage these schools.  OB Montessori has pre-school (known as Casa), elementary, high school and college levels and is the first school in the Philippines to use the Montessori method.
The school offers subjects that are rare in other schools, such as agriculture, botany, zoology,, home arts, law on persons, accounting and character education. Geometry can be studied by students starting from casa (pre-school).
Main campus: Greenhills Branch; Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila
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