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Elementary and PreSchool Education

Specific Objectives

  • MAXIMIZE the use of the basic tools in oral and written communication.
  • APPLY conceptual ideas in Mathematics and Science using a variety of approaches by means of self-discovery and self exploration.
  • UNDERSTAND the basic concepts of society and social relationships in preparation for his/her role as an effective citizen.
  • REALIZE that one’s personality is the image and likeness of God and directs himself towards a dynamic development relating to oneself and to others.
  • SHOW interest in their aesthetic development through visual and performing arts.
  • DEVELOP resourcefulness and skills in the use of the Learning Resource Center to enhance love for literature, the habit of personal investigation and development of moral values.
  • PROVIDE a well-balanced program for the development of the learning domains to further instill personal and national discipline, love of country and respect for elders.
  • INSTILL personal and national discipline, love of country and respect for elders.
  • PRODUCE academically prepared individuals to face the challenges and demands of high school education.
Secondary Education

Specific Objectives

  • Acquire PROFICIENCY in both oral and written communication;
  • Apply analytical, critical and creative thinking;
  • Appreciate what is good in other cultures while remaining proud of their unique Filipino heritage;
  • Enhance social awareness and sensitivity to human issues in locale national and global communities;
  • Adapt to various situations through effective interpersonal relations;
  • Show interest in aesthetic development through the visual and performing arts;
  • Practice the precepts of the Christian faith and seek opportunities to apply Christian values in their daily lives;
  • Recognize the uniqueness and potentials of each individual;
  • Provide students with a strong foundation for college education.
Admission Requirements

New Students

  • Age Requirements For Pre Schoolers
    • Nursery 2 1/2 – 3 1/2 years by June of the academic year
    • Kinder 3 1/2 – 4 1/2 years by June of the academic year
    • Preparatory 4 1/2 – 5 1/2 years by June of the academic year
  • Requirements:
    • Original copy of Report Card (Form 138) with a general average grade not lower than 80%
    • Letter of Recommendation from the Principal and Guidance Counselor of the school previously attended
    • Two (2) Photocopies of Birth Certificate
    • Two (2) Photocopies of Baptismal Certificate
    • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) for Foreigners only.
  • Other Requirements
    • Four (4) pcs. 1 x1 ID picture
    • Two (2) Long Folders with fastener
    • Entrance Examination Fee
    • Acceptance to Junior and Senior Kinder is determined by Oral interviews and written test conducted on a one on one basis. The schedule of the interview / examination is given at the time of application.
Enrollment Procedure

New Students and Transferees

  1. Get a checklist of Admission Requirements from the Guidance Office.
  2. Submit credentials to the Registrar’s Office.Credentials and Materials to be submitted to the Guidance and Registrar’s Office are the following:
    • Report Card (Form 138) original and photocopy
    • Recommendation Letters/Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Principal or Guidance Counselor of the previous school.
    • 2 photocopies of birth certificate
    • 2 photocopies of baptismal certificate
    • 4 copies of 1 x 1 I.D. picture
    • 2 long folders with plastic fasteners
    • Fill up the application form.
  3. Pay entrance exam fee (Php200.00) at the Accounting Office
  4. Proceed to the Guidance Office, present receipt and get the schedule for entrance examination.
    Tests are scheduled on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays (8:00-12:00 and 1:00 p.m – 4:00 p.m and Saturday (half day) 8:00-12:00 p.m
  5. See Guidance Counselor for Entrance Test Results and Interview.
    Test Results are given and Interviews are conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  6. See Grade School Secretary or High School Secretary to set the schedule of interview with the principal.
  7. Fill up registration form after a successful test and interview.
  8. Pay the assessed fee at the Accounting Office.
  9. Present receipt to Registrar’s Office. Get the Admission Slip.
  10. Present the Admission Slip to the Adviser on the first day of classes.

Old Students

The enrollment of old pupils/student for the next school year is determined by the office of the Principal. The school reserves the right to accept a new pupil/student to take the place vacated by an old pupil/student after the official enrollment period.

  1. Visit the Principals’ Office and present the REPORT CARD (Form 138)
  2. Fill up the following forms:
    • Registration Form
    • Student’s Profile
    • Parents and Students Contract with the School
  3. See the Grade School Principal for Approval
  4. Proceed to the Registrar’s Office for validation.
  5. Pay the assessed fee at the Accounting Office.
  6. Present receipt to Registrar’s Office. Get the Admission Slip.
  7. Present the Admission Slip to the Adviser on the first day of classes.
Fees and Payment

Fees and Financial Transactions

Students/Pupils must settle all financial obligations before taking the preliminary and periodical examinations. The examination permit is issued by the Accounting Office after the students/pupils have settled their account or have made special arrangement on the matter. They are to be settled TWO DAYS BEFORE the EXAMINATION

Dated cheques either personal or managerial are accepted.

Tuition and special fees are posted at the Accounting Office prior to and during the enrollment period.

The school through the Accounting office has devised the following payment plan to help ease the financial burden of parents and guardians.

Payment Plans

  • Plan A
    Registration and Tuition fees for the whole year are paid upon registration.
  • Plan B
    • Initial payment 65% tuition fee to be paid during the enrollment.
    • Subsequent payment due first week of October.
  • Plan C
    • Initial payment 50% tuition fee
    • Subsquent payment to be to be paid in 9 (nine) equal installments on the first week of each month July to March.

Miscellaneous and other fees under all the plan, both miscellaneous fees are to be paid in full upon enrollment.

Pupils/students enrolled with brothers or sisters in the college are entitled for the 10% discount of the tuition fees.

Pupils/students are reminded to keep their official receipts for the payments made.

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