A. Remedial Program for the Slow Learners
For the pupils whose academic performance is below what is expected remedial classes are organized. Concentration is on Mathematics and English so that these pupils may be equipped with the basic skills to help them cope up with the classroom work.
B. Enrichment Program for the Bright Pupils
The Enrichment program is designed for bright pupils exhibiting excellence in specific fields. Special classes for them are held in summer and continued during the school year.
The school provides a program of activities that supplement and enrich classroom experiences to meet the needs and interest of the pupils. This program aims to develop a sense of responsibility, cooperation and generosity in the pupils. It likewise develops leadership qualities and provides opportunities for sharing special
talents with others in the spirit of service to the community.
A. Spiritual Activities
As a rudder is important to the captain of a ship, so is religion in our lives. It lifts up our spirit and makes us remember that God is always with us.
B. Co-Curricular Activities
To excel in academics is not the be-all of one’s studies. In order that the pupils training will be balanced, he has to engage in some co-curricular activities that would develop his talents. These are designed to tap leaders and venture among their adherents a sense of responsibility, cooperation and generosity. Hence, they cater to the variety of talents shown by the pupils. Co-curricular activities are held during class hours, usually involving the whole grade level at a time. The activities under this category are:
- Cultural Presentation
- Leadership Seminar
- Exposure Trips
- Field Day
- Mission Consciousness Demonstration
- Christmas Drive
- Exhibits Activities
Prayers are closely linked with your studies. Each day in school should begin with a personal encounter with Jesus in the Chapel or Basilica. Cultivate the habit of turning to God in Adoration, Contrition, Thanks giving, and Supplication.
A. Holy Mass – 6:30 a.m. daily in the chapel/Basilica every first Friday, there is a concelebrated mass in the quadrangle after the flag ceremony.
B. First Communion – Grade III pupils
Important: Both parents of the first communicants are obliged to attend the Seminar for Parents held on the third Saturday of August.
C. Confirmation – administered to Grade IV-VI pupils
D. Penitential Rite/Reconciliation – Grade III-VI pupils
E. Rosary – all are encouraged to pray daily F. Recollection/Retreat – Grade VI pupils
G. Other Religious Activities Devotion to:
- Divine Mercy
- Sacred Heart of Jesus
- Our Lady of Perpetual Help
- Immaculate Heart of Mary
- Our Lady of the Holy Rosary
- Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
- The Angelus
- Three O’clock Habit
H. Family Encounter – Grade VI pupils
1. Daily Uniforms
- Boy: White jacket-type polo shirt, khaki pants (short for K1 to Grade II; long pants for Grade III to VI) with SSC patch on the left pocket of the polo shirt and a nameplate, above the patch.
- Girls: Checkered jumper with a nameplate, above the patch. SSC patch on baby collar, checkered ribbon. Black leather shoes and white socks go with the daily school uniform.
- P.E. Uniform Red and white t-shirt and jogging pants
2. First Communion Attire
- Boys: Black long pants, bow tie, shoes, socks and white trubenized shirt.
- Girls: Any simple white dress with sleeves, below the knee length, with white shoes, sock and white veil.
3. School I.D. is a part of the school’s daily uniform.
- Boys hair should not touch the collar of the polo shirt; no punky cut or long hair for boys.
- Girls should clip, tie, braid or use a headband. Hair dying is highly discouraged.
4. Graduation Rite
- Boys: decent Sunday clothes: long sleeved trubenized, long necktie, dark pants with matching socks and shoes (no maong)
- Girls: a decent pastel color Sunday dress (Knee length with sleeves, no backless, no pants) with matching socks and shoes.