Financial Information

Elementary starts at
P 1,646/Month
Jonior High School starts at
P 1,432/Month
Senior High School starts at
P 765/Month
College starts at
P 4,095/Month
All figures INCLUSIVE
of general fees

Depends whether the pupil is residing on or off campus.
Depends whether student is ESC recipient, boarding or non-boarding.
Depends whether student is recipient of Government voucher program, community discount, transferring from public or private schools and boarding or non-boarding.
Depends whether students is resident or off-campus, boarding or non-boarding. Amount is at 23 units for one semester.

Contact as:

Registrar - 09178667578
Treasurer - 09998802285

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE & SCHOLARSHIPS

  1. Education Service Contracting(ESC) for incoming Grade 7 and may be availed until Grade 10

  2. Student Assistance Fund for Education (SAFE) Program - a loan that can be availed by junior or senior education students

  3. Academic Performance Scholarship. for first and second Most Outstanding students (Valedictorian or Salutatorian) from any public & private elementary school who will be given 100% and 50% discount, respectively, in excess of the tuition fee after subtractiong the ESC amount. Scholarship may be availed as long as they do not have a grade bellow 85% in any subject.

  4. NVAC Schoolarships. The top three Grade 7 entrance test-takers will receive sholarships from NVAC as follows: 1st placer - full tuition discounts, 2nd placer - 75% tuition discount, and 3rd placer - 50% tuition discount. Scholarship may be availed as long as they do not have a grade below 85% in any subject.

  5. Southern Luzon Mission Scholarship

  6. Literature Ministry Scholarship - for students who joined the summer canvassing programs

  7. Academic sholarship for College Students (Valedictorian 100%, Salutatorian 50%)

  8. Private/personal sponsorships.



  9. DISCOUNTS

    • Five percent on tuition and board upon payment in cash during registration

    • Free tuition for the fourth child (youngest for families with four or more students.

    • Cafeteria Discounts. For three students in the family, the youngest gets 50% discounts on board; for four students, the youngest gets 75% and for five students, the fifth gets 100% discount.

WORK OPPORTUNITIES

The school offers work opportunities for students who want to earn labor credits for their financial obligations to the school. The student may choose to work in the following departments: Farm, Ranch, Cafeteria, College Store, Grounds and Janitorial, Food Factory, Office, Dormitories, Library, Security, Laundry, maintenance, Construction, and other departments.

WORK DEPARTMENTS

Offices
Cafeteria
Dormitories
Farm
Rarch
Library