What learning delivery mode will the school adapt for this school year 2021-2022?
Answer: In accordance with the guidelines of the Department of Education, we will adapt flexible learning instructions using our learning management system (LMS), Aralinks CLE. This will involve remote synchronous and asynchronous learning. In line with this, we are encouraging the support of the parents and guardians in this endeavor.
What are the requirements for new students?
Answer: The requirements for new students are the following:
- 2×2 picture
- Form 137
- Birth certificate
- Baptismal and Confirmation Certificates
- Certificate of Good Moral Character
- ESC certificate from previous school (if Junior High School ESC grantee)
Email the scanned copy of these requirements on [email protected]
Can we still avail the government voucher/ESC subsidy?
Answer: The PEAC that handles the subsidy assures that all participating private schools will receive their grants. For incoming Grade 7 students, they must reserve a slot for them to avail of the grant. For incoming Grade 11 students, they should already be an ESC grantee for them to still avail the SHS voucher. For transferees from public schools, they can also be a recipient of the voucher.
Will the school accept late enrollees?
Answer: Yes, but we request you to enroll as soon as possible.
Is one student: one laptop required?
Answer: No, but in this time of online learning laptop or personal computer is essential.
Are the students still going to use textbooks if there will be modules and/or online classes this incoming school year?
Answer: Textbooks will still be used as these are the primary references of the student for learning. We encourage the students to buy books or borrow old books for each subject because these will be incorporated to the online learning that will be used by the school.
Will there still be recognition and graduation ceremonies?
Answer: There will be no more physical recognition and graduation rites as per the mandate of the current community quarantine which prohibits public gatherings to prevent local transmission of the virus. Currently, virtual conduct of these ceremonies is now on process and will be aired live on our school page.