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Levels

Preschool
Elementary
High School

Curriculum

Through Christian and Carmelite values, the curriculum helps students prepare to participate in the formation of culture and society permeated with Christian values.

The ideal graduate of SMCCS:
Is able to think critically and communicate effectively.
Is holistically formed and rooted in the life of Christ.
Is respectful of the whole creation.is compassionate for others without bias.
Is concerned for transformation of the injustices in society.
Is aware of the authentic Filipino identity and values.
Is aware of one’s own gifts and has the sense of responsibility to share those gifts.

The ideal graduate of SMCCS:

  • Is able to think critically and communicate effectively.
  • Is holistically formed and rooted in the life of Christ.
  • Is respectful of the whole creation.is compassionate for others without bias.
  • Is concerned for transformation of the injustices in society.
  • Is aware of the authentic Filipino identity and values.
  • Is aware of one’s own gifts and has the sense of responsibility to share those gifts.

Schedules

Preschool Level
Nursery
Kinder
Preparatory

Elementary Level
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3  to 6

High School Level
Grade 7 to 10



8:00am to 11:00
8:00am to 11:00
12:00pm to  3:00pm


7:00am to 12:00pm
7:00am to 12:00pm
7:00 am to 4:00 pm


7:00am to 4:00 pm

Applications

Requirements for New Pupil and Student Applicants

  1. NSO authenticated copy of the Birth Certificate
  2. Photocopy of the baptismal certificate
  3. Report Card- Form 137 (certified true copy with the latest academic rating duly signed by the adviser and the principal)
  4. Certificate of Good Moral Character or letter of recommendation from the principal
  5. Two (2) pcs. 1x1 picture
  6. Medical Health Certificate
  7. Examination Fee

APPLICATION

  1. New students
    Sisters of Mount Carmel Catholic School accepts all students who wish to avail of its services regardless of their economic status, national origin and race, provided he/she abides by the regulations set forth by the school. An applicant is considered new if it is his/her first time to enroll at SMCCS.
    Admission of new students usually starts in the month of January of each school year. Admission test and interview are scheduled on a first-come first-serve basis. In selecting applicants for admission the following are considered:
    Academic performance and good conduct
    Admission test result (This test is conducted based on the schedule given by the Guidance Office and interview with the Principal shall immediately follow.)
  2. Old Students
    Old students are required to submit his/her report card upon enrolment.
  3. Returnees
    Students who wish to come back to SMCCS are always welcome. However, they are considered as new students and are required to follow the current procedures for enrollment.

Library

Everyone must observe all library rules and regulations.
 

The library operates under the following rules and regulations:

  • Silence must be observed at all times in the reading area and its immediate vicinity.
  • Bags and the like should be deposited at the bag counter or outside the library.
  • Eating, drinking, playing games, loud conversations and boisterous laughter are strictly prohibited. Violators will be dealt with accordingly.
  • Students and teachers must register on the logbook upon entering the library.
  • Students are allowed to borrow books using  only their own borrower’s card . The appropriate sanction will be given to whoever uses the borrower’s card of another student.
  • All books borrowed by the student should be returned on the due date and they should be in good condition. Failure to do so will cost the borrower a fine of P1 per day until the book is returned and the due amount should be paid for damaged books.
  • Everyone must observe proper waste disposal.
  • Books should be returned to the proper shelves.
  • Persons leaving the library are required to present their things at the baggage counter for inspection.
  • The school or library personnel is not liable for any  items lost by anyone while  he/she is inside the library.

 

Borrowing Privileges

  • Readers are allowed to borrow a maximum of two reference materials on Fridays and should be returned the following Monday morning.
  • Borrowing privileges do not include news clippings, newspapers, magazines, maps and reserved books.
  • Borrowers are responsible for library materials checked out until they are returned to the library.    
  • Violation of these regulations will result to suspension of borrowing privileges.
  • Borrowing privileges are non-transferable.

Guidance and Counseling

Guidance and Counseling ServicesThe Guidance Center is located at the second floor of the main building of the school.
 

The Guidance program gives utmost importance to every student and aims to develop his/her full potential as an individual in a warm, affirming and encouraging environment.

The center offers several services, namely:

  • Encourages the students to seek assistance from the guidance office concerning problems and conflict
  • In-charge of the collection, organization and distribution of information on educational, social and other concerns related to the school.
  • Gathers pertinent information about the students for cumulative record purposes
  • Coordinates with the administration for the possible conduct of psychological tests
  • Offers counseling services for individuals or groups
  • Offers follow-up and referral services
  • Offers academic consultation
     

Medical and Dental Clinic

The Clinic is situated at the ground floor of the preschool building.

  1.  The nurse/nursing aide is available in the clinic from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm.
  2. The nurse/nursing aide provides first aid in cases of emergencies, and takes care of the sick students while they are in school.
  3. Within the school year, the clinic conducts general physical and dental examinations.
  4. Ailments of students are usually further referred to the family physician.
  5. In case of illness, a student is sent home. A gate pass, signed by the principal and shown to the security guard, is issued to the student. The sick student is allowed to get out of the campus only when the parent or guardian is present/available.
  6. When hospitalization is necessary, the parent is immediately notified and the student is brought to the nearest hospital.

Other Student Services

Audio Visual Room(AVR)

  • The AVR is available upon the request of the concerned teacher.
    Reservations should be made at least two days prior to its use.
  • A written request approved by the person in charge of any audio – visual material/s or equipment must be secured.
  • Borrowed materials should be returned immediately after use.

Insurance

The student personal accident insurance covers each student for one year in case of accidents and death.

Canteen

  • No student is allowed to go home for recess.
    Students who need to go home for lunch should seek permission from the principal.
  • Students are not permitted to go to the canteen during class hours unless they have the permission of the proper authorities.
    No student shall be allowed to go out of the campus to buy food from vendors outside the school.
  • Students must observe proper decorum inside the canteen.

Public Address System (PA)

Students are not allowed to operate the PA system.
Messages to be delivered must be written and handed to the authorized operator.

School Supplies

  • School supplies are available at the school’s bookstore.
  • Students are allowed to buy the things that they need only during break time, before or after class hours.
  • Students are allowed to buy things during class hours with the teacher’s permission.

School Bus/ Service

The school has accredited service vehicles for students.