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FAAP AND PAASCU ACCREDITED LEVEL III​

PRE- SCHOOL​​ features

  • Consultation On-Wheels
  • Scheduled Phone Call Consultation
  • Integration of Christian Living Education in all Subject Areas
  • Aligned Curriculum on the Most Essential Learning Competencies
  • Scholastic LitPro Reading Program for Comprehension Development
  • Creative Culminating Play of Kindergartners and Completion Program
  • Outcomes-Based Learning Experiences
  • National and International Faculty-Attended Trainings and Webinars

PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM are the essential building blocks

Excellent program is one of the BEST ways children can learn.

Kids are able to pay attention in school, feel better about themselves, maintain eye contact during conversations and feel good about themselves in all aspects of their lives.

As a result, kids stand taller, smile bigger, and perform better. They are overall happier and love who they have become.

GRADE SCHOOL​​ features

FAAP AND PAASCU ACCREDITED LEVEL III​

ON ADMINISTRATION/SCHOOL STAFF

  • The concrete steps taken by the administration to upgrade facilities, enhance curricular and co-curricular programs, and improve services
  • The well-organized and meaningful Community Extension Program activities involving the different sectors of the school community
  • The genuine support and cooperation manifested by the Paulinian Family Circle and the SPCIS Alumni Association in the various programs and projects of the school

ON FACULTY AND ACADEMIC NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL

  • The genuine concern of the faculty for their pupil’s welfare and development.
  • The spirit of volunteerism of the faculty and academic non-teaching personnel in performing additional tasks.
  • The active involvement of the faculty in outreach activities
  • The significant number of Paulinian alumni in the roster of faculty

ON CURRICULAR PROGRAMS AND INSTRUCTION

  • The use of cooperative learning strategies in instruction to maximize pupil’s participation
  • The varied club offerings that meet the pupil’s needs, interests and abilities
  • The outstanding achievements of pupils in local, regional and international academic and sports competitions
  • The substantial utilization of parents and community resources, as well as linkages with agencies to enrich instructional and curricular offerings

ON STUDENT SERVICES

  • The dedication and commitment of the student services personnel in the pupils’ personal and scholastic growth and development
  • The increased acquisition and administration of guidance tests
  • The regular updating of guidance records and evaluation of the different student services
  • The spacious guidance office that can accommodate a large number of pupils for various activities

ON INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA CENTER

  • The creative activities to promote the use of library resources

ON FACILITIES

  • The continuous improvement of school facilities that contributes to the enhancement of the teaching-learning process and efficient delivery of services
  • The building interconnections that provide both pupils and employees easy access
  • The Internet connectivity in the classroom that helps facilitate the teaching-learning process
  • The well-defined guidelines on the use of school facilities and the institutional manual of operations that highlights the system of rules and procedures
  • The well-kept and well-furnished cooking laboratory in the Grade School Department that enhances pupils’ knowledge and practical skills on kitchen management and good housekeeping

GRADE SCHOOL PROGRAM is a development stage

In order to advance through learning, your child will have to exercise superior listening skills. Kids who aren’t always adept when it comes to paying attention to what they’re told can benefit from the excellent school.

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM allows kids to become more confident

Thrive to know people and make new friends when they’re in a room filled with peers who share a common interest.

Also known as the Enhanced Basic Education Curriculum, the K to 12 Curriculum is designed to follow the spiral approach across subjects by building on the same concepts developed in increasing complexity and sophistication starting from grade school. The general expectancies of this curriculum are expressed in specific terms in the form of content and performance standards.
This curriculum is designed to meet the current trends in the Philippine education system characterized by numerous scientific and technological advancements. Since the era today is affected by rapid changes such as digitization, globalization, trade liberalization and the environmental revolution, there is a need to re-align education to let students develop knowledge and work skills, strategic thinking, teamwork and collaboration and research development.

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The High School Department envisions a Paulinian Basic Education graduate who is:

1. A Christ-centered Paulinian, mindful, self-directed learner and role model, consciously expressing one’s faith;

2. A courageous, resourceful and problem solver demonstrating one’s creativity and charism;

3. A conscientious, adept performer and achiever competently implementing one’s mission in life;

4. A credible and responsive communicator and team player building community through one’s active collaboration; and

5. A caring, committed advocate for peace and universal well-being impelled by compassion and charity for all.

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM is a parent and teacher's dream come true

Two tracks are offered in the Senior High School: the Academic Track and Technical-Vocational Livelihood Track.

Senior High School Features

The Academic Track is composed of the following strands:

This strand aims to develop students to become competent, efficient, values-oriented and socially responsible business practitioners. It is designed to enhance the knowledge, entrepreneurial skills and attitudes of students in accordance with industry standards.

This strand prepares students a variety of choices on what they can take for Senior High School. This allows them to choose electives from the other strands such as Humanities, Social Science, Creative Writing and Applied Economics, Organization and Management and Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction. It serves as a guide to students who are undecided to explore possibilities for future undertakings.to journalism, communication arts, liberal arts, education and other social science-related courses in college.

This strand prepares students to demonstrate mastery of competencies and skills related to journalism, communication arts, liberal arts, education and other social science-related courses in college.

This strand prepares students to demonstrate knowledge, skills and attitudes needed in the field of sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

This strand prepares students to demonstrate knowledge, skills and attitudes needed in the field of natural and health sciences. This program helps the learners to enhance their understanding in health care and to prepare them to take a leadership role in the rapidly changing health care environment. In this manner, the course is geared to develop knowledge and skills that help bridge between clinical care, health care diversity and critical inquiry.
This strand prepares students to demonstrate knowledge, skills and attitudes needed in the field of industrial sciences such as engineering, architecture, mathematics and technology. Thus, it seeks to help the learners to be able to design, develop, implement and improve integrated industrial and service systems to achieve multi-disciplinary goals.

The Technical-Vocational Livelihood Track is composed of the following strands:

HOME ECONOMICS STRAND which includes:

This program aims to provide the community with competent and well-rounded Food and Beverage and Culinary practitioners who are professionally skilled workers in the hospitality and tourism industries.
The program aims to provide the community with competent and well rounded tour guide and travel service providers/practitioners who are professionally skilled workers in the hospitality and tourism industries, committed to the pursuit of the development of Philippine hospitality and tourism industries, and who are responsible citizens imbued with Christian values and dedicated to the service of God and community.
This strand is designed for a student to develop knowledge, skills, and attitude to perform the tasks on Caregiving. It consists of competencies that a person must achieve to provide care and support to infants/toddlers, provide care and support to children, foster social, intellectual, creative and emotional development of children, foster the physical development of children, provide care and support to elderly, provide care and support to people with special needs, maintain healthy and safe environment, respond to emergency.

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GRADE SCHOOL

  • E-mail: lilibeth_abonita@spcis.edu.ph

  • E-mail: john_adolfo@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: carina_asuncion@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: liza_buemio@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: hannah_callejo@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: rosemary_criste@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: manilyn_degracia@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: jennibeth_galleta@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: shielin_incillo@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: jocelyn_laurente@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: romarie_miguel@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: lovely_narag@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: minerva_navarro@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: emmanuel_pagal@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: aljon_pilien@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: christian_pola@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: john_puller@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: kclyn_rabaca@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: lina_rabang@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: regina_ragasa@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: reyshell_raposas@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: veronica_raras@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: cecilia_rebullo@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: irene_requilman@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: flordelito_resuello@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: caselyn_riconose@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: precilda_ricotoso@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: luthgard_riotoc@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: marites_rojas@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: jocelyn_ruaro@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: nashrene_savellano@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: remelinda_tacazon@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: junafe_talania@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: james_tagelo@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: fe_tuzon@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: anna_vitamog@spcis.edu.ph

HIGH SCHOOL

  • E-mail: vicker_albano@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: gemmalyn_abuel@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: edwin_alconis@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: luz_astom@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: junelyn_berina@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: glicervic_bernardo@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: julius_brillantes@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: edz_bunagan@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: mike_cortez@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: tom_filart@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: billy_gapero@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: vilma_ignacio@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: may_lescano@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: wendell_lived@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: pauline_manzano@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: john_menor@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: carmina_mercurio@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: fidel_ngayaan@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: carina_natividad@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: katrina_naval@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: maspil_pablo@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: julie_pagal@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: jhenny_pahed@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: ruby_panela@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: nina_pastor@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: krisha_peralta@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: denise_ponsoy@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: cristine_quitoras@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: ron_rabaca@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: juvenal_rapanut@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: julie_rapisura@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: mae_raquepo@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: arianne_rebunal@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: anthony_rin@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: felipa_rinopa@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: beverly_riotita@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: mildred_rosales@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: lorderica_rutab@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: jean_salarzon@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: anne_serrano@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: john_soliven@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: krizzle_supnet@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: christine_tapat@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: cristine_tolentino@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: louie_ulanimo@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: wegie_urulaza@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: aileen_usita@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: kristel_valdez@spcis.edu.ph
  • E-mail: aiman_villegas@spcis.edu.ph
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