ELECTRONIC LIBRARIES

Star Books

The First Philippine Science Digital Library

Star Books

Koha Library System.

Koha

 

ACCOUNTABILITY

  1. Old accounts, if any, should be settled before enrol- ment.
  2. Graduating student must settle his/ her accounts before being accepted to enroll for the second semes- ter.
  3. Music/ tutorial lessons, excess in laundry, property damage and others are to be paid in cash.
  4. On dropping of the student:
    • Within the first week of classes-20% of tuition must be paid.
    • After two weeks of classes regardless of whether or not the student has actually attended classes the tuition must be paid in full. (Manual RPS P432 s-66, 2002)
  5. Room reservation shall be equivalent to one-month dormitory rental and paid by the student who wishes to stay in the dormitory. Prior approval from the Dean of Student Affair (DSA) must be made before reservation is made. The reservation fee is non-refundable. However, it will be deducted against the dormitory assessment.

NURTURES THE LEARNING OF THE STUDENTS FROM KINDERGARTEN TO THE COLLEGE DEPARTMENT.

  • With caring teachers, pupils from Kindergarten to Grade 6 are given every opportunity to enhance their thinking abilities and unique skills that make them more thatn prepared to the next ladder of the education process.

  • The Junior High School department trains young people who can competently adopt in the 21st century. It also trains students with technical skills such as computer system servicing and bread and pastry leading to NC II.

  • Students from the Senior High School department are also provided with the best education in harmony with the aim of the Department of Education to improve the quality of Filipino high school graduates and with the Adventist Education.

  • The Education Department of NVAC is established to cater the great needs for competetive teachers in today's world.

  • Education graduates are fitted to become facilitators of the students learning in and out the four corners of the classrooms.

  • The Theology Department is committed to train future pastors grounded in sound theology, Christ-like leadership and a missionary spirit. It nurtures the students personal relationship with Christ through daily devotion and pastoral ministry.

  • The Agribusiness Department aims to train students to be productive bussinessman and woent ingrained with Christian principles and values.




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.

LIBRARY PERSONEL

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Nora O. Catimbang, MAEd
LIBRARIAN

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Glaidel Ross G. Franche, RL ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN



WORK DEPARTMENTS

Offices
Cafeteria
Dormitories
Farm
Rarch
Library