Know Your 10 Favorite Celebrities and their Schools where they study!
We are used to seeing celebrities in school but only on TV in their teleseryes and in other shows. But do you know that some of them are also studying in real life? Yes, maybe it is usual that celebrities don’t have the time to study because of their busy schedule but some of them really try hard to continue their studies while they are also working.
They are not only known because they are very good in acting, performing, or the way they carry themselves on and off cam or their excellent choice in fashion but they also did an awesome job at school. Do you want to know who among the famous celebrities are now studying while working? Do want to know if they are just in your campus? Check these schools where some of the famous stars go to study or have studied.
Janella Salvador - Janella graduated from St Paul College, Pasig.
Barbie Forteza - Barbie finished grade 7 in School of Tomorrow in Ortigas Center, Pasig City.
Elisse Joson - Elisse went to Bataan Montessori School during her elementary years and graduated from Inderkum High School in Sacramento, California.
Julia Barretto - Currently being home-schooled, actress Julia transferred school once. She first enrolled in Miriam College High School and then transferred to St. Paul College Pasig where she graduated high school.
Daniel Padilla - DJ attended Maria Montessori San Juan and was also a varsity player for the school.
Kathryn Bernardo - Kath went to OB Montessori Center Inc. in San Juan and then also went to Angelicum College and is now currently studying at Enderun Colleges.
James Reid - Previously enrolled in Makati Science High School, James was then enrolled in Karabar high school by his father.
Maymay Entrata - Maymay was a student of Mindanao University of Science and Technology.
Kisses Delavin - She is now studying in De La Salle University taking up Accountancy.
Bea Binene - Bea is currently enrolled in Mint College Meridian International College taking up AB Film.
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