Admission Procedure

New Students (KINDER/ GRADE 1/GRADE 7/GRADE 11)

  1. Students should fill up the registration form.
  2. Registrants will be scheduled to take examination on the date and time determined by the school. List of successful applicants will be posted one week after the examination.
  3. During enrollment, students must present their Form 138/Form 137-E, duly signed by the Principal/Registrar and other admission requirements to the enrolling teacher in order to secure the registration form.
  4. Accepted applicants must proceed to the enrolling teacher with their parents/guardians for assessment of fees, and explanation of terms and conditions of payment.
  5. Payment of fees together with the registration form should be made at the Cashier’s Office.

Old Students

  1. The student must see the Registrar and show the admission credentials (F138 Report Card) for classification and evaluation.
  2. Students must fill out the form from the enrolling teacher.
  3. Filled-out form should be returned to the enrolling teacher for assessment of fees, orientation, and explanation of terms and conditions signed by the parents/guardians.
  4. Payment of fees together with the registration form should be made at the Cashier’s Office.

Modes of Payment

There are three (3) modes of payment from which an enrollee can choose.

The first, which is the cash basis, entitles the student to a 5% discount of the tuition fee and is payable upon registration.

The second is semester or half-year basis.

The third option is the installment basis where payment is scheduled nine (9) times within the school year.

Payment beyond the due date shall be assessed with penalty of Php 100.00

Penalty shall be assessed on all accounts with deadlines and whether or not promissory note was secured.

Imposition of penalty shall be without prejudice to other consequences of failure to pay school fees on time such as withholding of test permits and clearances. Penalties shall be properly receipted.

The school reserves the right to suspend from all classes any student who fails to settle his/her accounts within the prescribed time. Furthermore, he/she shall not be allowed to take any examination, and no transcript of records, certification of good moral, or any other credentials, will be issued until his debt is paid in full.

Refund of Fees

In cases of refunds on tuition payments, the ruling of the Department of Education, as embodied in the Manual of Information for Private Schools (1970 edition), Section VII, Article 137 is followed:

When a student registers in a school, it is understood that he/she is enrolling for the entire school year. A student who transfers or otherwise withdraws, in writing, within two weeks after the beginning of classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition and other school fees in full or for any length longer that one month will be charged ten percent (10%) of the total amount due for the term if he withdraws within the first week of classes, or twenty percent (20%) if within the second week of classes, regardless of whether or not he/she has actually attended classes. The student/pupil will be charged all the school fees in full if he/she withdraws anytime after the second week of classes. By school policy, the basic fees representing registration and miscellaneous paid by a student upon registration are nonrefundable if the student withdraws from the school.

In cases of over payments, such are refunded at the Office of the Treasurer by signing pertinent vouchers acknowledging receipt after verification of control book entries and receipt number issued.