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Dr. Romano O. Jalop
Principal

Mission Statement

The Basic Education Department—High School shall provide the students an integral character formationprogram and a responsive and challenging learning environment in preparation for tertiary education inthe fields of business, arts and sciences.

Vision Statement
The Basic Education Department—High School will be a benchmark of best practices in business and science high school education.

Program Educational Objectives of the Basic Education Department - High School

The Basic Education Department shall graduate High School students who:

  1. Apply their knowledge, skills and attitudes essential for tertiary education and the world of work.
  2. Practice entrepreneurship skills and scientific—technological competencies that will enable them to dynamically respond to varying societal situations.
  3. Contribute to the ideals of nation building and promote their unique history and heritage as Filipinos.
  4. Manifest Christian leadership skills through community service and outreach activities.
  5. Demonstrate integral character and moral values in their personal lives and interpersonal dealings.
  6. Possess mastery of written and oral communication.

Mission Statement of the UPHSL Basic Education Department - Grade School

The Basic Education Department — Grade School shall provide the children in all levels of society aquality Preparatory and complete Elementary education which will equip them with knowledge andskills to ably and fully meet the requirements of secondary education. The Department is committedto nurturing all aspects of the total child thus, eventually promoting his development as a wholehuman being.

Program Educational Objectives of the Basic Education Department - Grade School
  1. Form the child holistically addressing the various aspects of human development, namely:spiritual, moral, social, intellectual, emotional and physical.
  2. Enable the child to master the basic skills in the core learning areas.
  3. Inculcate in the child active participation in the community to develop leadership skills and good citizenship qualities.
  4. Develop the character of the child with emphasis on the virtues of responsibility, personal discipline and respect for one's self and others.
  5. Develop the child to think critically and creatively in addressing and responding to a variety of experiences and real life situations.
  6. Develop in the child a sense of patriotism and appreciation of his historical heritage and culture as a Filipino.
  7. Train the child in the attainment of basic life skills that will enhance his self confidence, selfworth and sense of independence.
  8. Nurture the child into an individual who is conscious and mindful of his duties and obligationstoward his God, his family his community and his nation.
  9. Promote the spirit of cooperation among school personnel and parents through a functional Parents-Teachers
Student Personnel Services Center

The Student Personnel Services Center provides a helping, supportive and facilitative role in promotingthe holistic development of every Perpetualite and in the achievement of the university mission andvision. It aims to give assistance to pupils/students so that they may achieve their optimum potentialaccording to their abilities, gifts, interest and goals. Pupils/Students are welcome in the Center forcounseling. Parents and other stakeholders may relay their queries and seek assistance from the Center.

Basic Admission Requirements

    Incoming Grade 1, Grade 7, and transferee pupils/students applying for admission in the Basic Education Department should present the following:
  • Accomplished Recommendation Form from the former school
  • Form 138 (Report Card) duly signed by the Principal
  • Certification of good moral character issued by the Principal or Guidance Counselor of the previousschool attended
  • Two copies of 2 x 2 pictures and Two copies of 1 x 1 pictures
  • Birth Certificate (certified true copy or NSO copy)
  • Form 137 (permanent record)
  • PQAT (Perpetualites’ Quality Admission Test)
  • Physical examination certificate from our School Physician (optional)

  • Old pupils/students must present the following:
  • Form 138 (report card)
  • Contract or agreement for students who have records of infraction or gross violation of establishedrules and regulations
  • Summer grade for those required to take Summer Classes

  • For Foreign Students, the Admissions Committee evaluates the credentials based on the guidelines given by the Department of Education. A foreign student applying foradmission must present the following documents:
  • Certificate/proof of compliance with the Commission on Immigration requirements and theDepartment of Foreign Affairs
  • Certificate of eligibility for admission from the Department of Education (DepEd)
  • Approved study permit from the Foreign Student Division, DepEd and evaluation papers inclusive
  • Birth and baptismal certificates
  • Report Card
  • Results of the Entrance Test
  • Interview with the Principal


  1. Basic Admission Requirements

    • Incoming Grade 1, First Year, and transferee pupils/students applying for admission in the Basic Education Department should present the following:

      • Accomplished Recommendation Form from the former school
      • Form 138 (Report Card) duly signed by the Principal
      • Certification of good moral character issued by the Principal or Guidance Counselor of the previous school attended
      • Two copies of 2 x 2 pictures and Two copies of 1 x 1 pictures
      • Birth Certificate (certified true copy or NSO copy)
      • Form 137 (permanent record)
      • PQAT (Perpetualites' Quality Admission Test)
      • Physical examination certificate from our School Physician (optional)

    • Old pupils/students must present the following:

      • Form 138 (report card)
      • Contract or agreement for students who have records of infraction or gross violation of established rules and regulations
      • Summer grade for those required to take Summer Classes

    • For Foreign Students, the Admissions Committee evaluates the credentials based on the guidelines given by the Department of Education. A foreign student applying for admission must present the following documents:

      • Certificate/proof of compliance with the Commission on Immigration requirements and the Department of Foreign Affairs
      • Certificate of eligibility for admission from the Department of Education (DepEd)
      • Approved study permit from the Foreign Student Division, DepEd and evaluation papers inclusive
      • Birth and baptismal certificates
      • Report Card
      • Results of the Entrance Test
      • Interview with the Principal

      The Guidance Counselors/Prefects of Discipline/Principal interviews/screens all new incoming pupils and students. The school reserves the right to deny admission to pupils/students by reason of moral and/ or academic standing.

  2. Special Discount Benefits

    • Special discounts are granted by the school for the following:

      • A ten percent (10%) discount on tuition fee is given for all full payments.
      • A five percent (5%) discount is granted for those who avail of the semestral payment scheme.
      • A pupil/student is entitled to only one Special Discount.

    • Sibling Discount

      • Discounts on tuition fee are granted to siblings enrolled in all Departments of the University. To apply for this particular discount, the pupil/student must fill out the discount form and attach a photocopy of the birth certificate of the brother (s) or sister (s) and submit the same to the Student Personnel Services Center for processing. Only approved Sibling Discount Form shall be honored at the Cashier's Office.

  3. Student Scholarship and Benefits

  4. The University grants scholarship to encourage pupils/students to excel in the fields of academic and sports and extend financial assistance to needy but deserving students.

    • Entrance Scholarship

    • Incoming First Year students with honors from other schools will be granted the following:

      FULL SCHOLARSHIP: Valedictorian or First Honors - with 100% privilege discount on tuition for one year
      HALF SCHOLARSHIP: Salutatorian or Second Honors - with 50% privilege discount on tuition for one year
      PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Third Honors — with 25% privilege discount on tuition for one year

    • University Scholarship

      • Perpetualites who finish each grade/year level with honors are granted the following scholarships:

      • First Honors 100% privilege discount on tuition for one year
        Second Honors 75% privilege discount on tuition for one year
        Third Honors 50% privilege discount on tuition for one year
        Fourth Honors 25% privilege discount on tuition for one year

    • Athletic Scholarship

    • Pupils/students who qualify for the Varsity Teams are granted Full, Half or Partial Scholarship. This scholarship considers behavior and demeanor, tenure, grades and game performance of the athlete.

    • Government-Funded Scholarship Grants

    • The Basic Education Department processes ESC (Education Service Contracting) Scholarship Programs for High School students.



News Update



Dr. Jose Romano O. Jalop, UPHSL Basic Education Principal, was elected as the new Vice Chairman of Laguna Catholic School Association (LACASA)
Date Posted: February 26, 2016

LACASA held the Annual Teachers Festival held at Colegio San Agustin, Biñan Campus in which the teachers in all Catholic Schools in Laguna had joined. The morning activity was dedicated for listening to the talk the facilitator, Most reverend Bishop Broderick Pabillo, D.D, Auxilliary Bishop of Manila regarding the different faces of poverty and many faces of the poor in the Philippines. In the afternoon, games for all the teachers of the participating schools were held as they aim to develop camaraderie among teachers. Elections of the new officers were also done and our dear principal, Dr. Jalop was elected as the new Vice Chairman of LACASA.

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QUEST FOR THE SMARTEST 2016
Date Posted: February 19, 2016

Last February 11 – 12, 2016 the Basic Education Grade School department held an Academic Quiz Bee with the title “Quest for the Smartest 2016” at the Mini – Auditorium. The competition focused mainly on different subjects such as English, Araling Panlipunan, Filipino, and Christian Living. The quiz bee was headed by the different subject chairs namely, Mrs. Celestina C. Almenanza, Mrs. Ana P. Arcelllana, Mrs. Blesilda C. Quilaton, and Mrs. Armanda B. Tuiza. It was supported by the Gs Coordinator , Mrs. Veronica C. Samson and BED Principal, Dr. Jose Romano O. Jalop. Pupils from Early Education up to Grade 6 levels joined the competition. Winners were as follow: ENGLISH QUIZ BEE - Kinder 1 – Ysabelle Agascon, Kinder 2 – John Vincent Catangay, Grade 1 – Brandon Kody Custodio, Grade 2 – Sky N. Cartano, Grade 3 – Sydney Ray Almarinez, Grade 4 – John Artemus Albunan, Grade 5 – Kyran Xandre Mendoza, Grade 6 – Maurice Camba. ARALING PANLIPUNAN QUIZ BEEKinder 1 – Matthia Iesha Virtucio, Kinder 2 – John Vincent Catangay, Grade 1 – Johann Karl R. De Manzana, Grade 2 – Sky N. Cartano, Grade 3 – Airrence Pauleen O. Villanueva, Grade 4 – Christine Lulu D. Liclican, Grade 5 – Sandara Jane S. Bana, Grade 6 – Zarina De Matta. FILIPINO QUIZ BEE- Kinder 1 – Matthia Ieshua Virtucio, Kinder 2 – Johannes Palopalo, Grade 1 – Quinn Iona O. Mendoza, Grade 2 – Sky N. Cartano, Grade 3 – Khristine Dane A. Salonoy, Grade 4 – Khyra Lyzza Villorente, Grade 5 – Christel Jane A. Salinas, Grade 6 – Heaven Christma A. Mitra.

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Sir Readalot's Castle; Enter the Kingdom of Book
Date Posted: February 19, 2016

The Basic Education Department held its Annual Book Fair with the theme; “Sir Readalot’s Castle; Enter the Kingdom of Book!” last February 9-12, 2016 at the Grade School lobby. The activity started with the opening prayer led by Jodee Nelle Negado followed by the singing of the national anthem conducted by Alexandra Arreza and the UPHSL Hymn led by Luigi Joan Rufo. The opening remark was given by the Basic Education Principal, Dr. Jose Romano O. Jalop. A special song number was rendered by the selected pupils from the middle school namely Marti Oira, Phoebe Fernando, Danna Alfaro, and Ariah Bosita. The activity was highlighted with the presentation of the members of the court from the Early Education level up to Grade 2 level. It was followed by the story telling performed by Darla Sta. Ana. The GS English Chair, Mrs. Celestina C. Almenanza awarded the Certificate of Recognition to all the Top Scorers of Achieve 3000 from June to November. She also announced the winners for the Best Dressed participants in the members of the court. Certificates and sashes were given to all the lucky winners. GS Coordinator, Ma’am Veronica C. Samson ended the program with her closing remark. Among the winners were as follow; Kinder 1 – Best Dressed-Lindsay Nicole S. Cosio, and Inri Mekadesh M. Simeon. Kinder 2 – Best Dressed-Ianna Kate C. Lee and Ackhilez Edgar Danedell M. Mandap. Best Dressed (Grade 1- 2) - First Place – Jasmine Elaine A. Capili, Second Place – Francine Olive A. Argana, Third Place – Isaiah Christian R. Contillo, Fourth Place – Keighlyn Angelie G. Cordoviz.

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Kudos to Ma'am Esi - Natatanging Guro 2016
Date Posted: February 19, 2016

As part of the annual celebration of Binan Liberation day, selected teachers were given recognition to them for inspiring and motivating others. Fortunately, one of the faculty of the Basic Education Department, Mrs. Ma. Blesilda C. Quilaton also known as “Ma’am Esi” by her pupils was nominated, screened and found to have passed the criteria set by the Screening and Awards Committee of the City Government. The “Natatanging Guro 2016” award was given to her during the Awarding Ceremony held last February 5, 2016 at around 9:30 AM on the occasion of the 71st Liberation day at the Binan Multi-Purpose Hall, Poblacion, Binan, Laguna. She was recognized for being one of a strong partner in nation building of the Human Resources Development, City of Binan.

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Annual Teachers Festival
Date Posted: February 2, 2016

LACASA held the Annual Teachers Festival held at Colegio San Agustin, Biñan Campus in which the teachers in all Catholic Schools in Laguna had joined. The morning activity was dedicated for listening to the talk the facilitator, Most reverend Bishop Broderick Pabillo, D.D, Auxilliary Bishop of Manila regarding the different faces of poverty and many faces of the poor in the Philippines. In the afternoon, games for all the teachers of the participating schools were held as they aim to develop camaraderie among teachers. Elections of the new officers were also done and our dear principal, Dr. Jalop was elected as the new Vice Chairman of LACASA.

[read the full article]


MathScore Post Test
Date Posted: February 2, 2016

MathScore is an online program of Mathematics in which the pupils could work at home at their own phase. The activities are suited to cater the needs of the pupils, the level of diffi-culties are ranged according to their abilities. The pupils have to accomplish their level tasks to earn points and move to the next level. This supplementary on-line program contributes in the development love for Mathematics and coping with the stress and fear in solving Math problems.

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English Literary Days

Date Posted: February 2, 2016

The Basic Education Department Celebrated English Literary Days with the theme: “Heightening Communicative Skills for Global Competitiveness” last January 21 – 22, 2016. The activity aims to develop the speaking skills of young Perpetualites and at the same time enhancing their confidence, creativity, and cooperation making them truly globally competitive. The culminating program was held last January 22, 2016 at the UPHSL Performing Arts Theater. Literary competitions participated by the pupils from the Early Education to Grade 10 were the highlights of the event.

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Middle School Recollection was held last January 25 – 27, 2016
at Club Sol Y Viento.

Date Posted: February 2, 2016

The pupils had a momentous time with their facilitator, Bro. Francis, as he inculcated the values and love for the family, especially with parents. The feeling of guilt was evident as the facilitator continued talking about the unending love of parents for their children. The venue contributed to the success of the activity. The silence around the place helped the participants reflect on the true essence of family.

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Kudos to all the participants of the 27th YMCA National High School Students Assembly and 20th YMCA High School Teachers Seminar

Date Posted: February 2, 2016

Kudos to all the participants of the 27th YMCA National High School Students Assembly and 20th YMCA High School Teachers Seminar headed by Mr. Michael Angelo B. del Rosario and Mrs. Merlita Almazan held last December 11 – 14, 2015 at Teachers Camp, Baguio City.

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Scholastic Achievement Report

Date Posted: January 8, 2016

Ms. Camille Lopez Grade 9 BHS St. Vicent Ferrer bagged the 3rd place (Provincial Level) in the Story Writing Competition during the Festival of Human Values 2015 –November 20, 2015 sponsored by the Sathya Sai Foundation held at the Case del Niño, San Pedro, Laguna

Mr. Rome John Angelo E. Baterna – Grade 9 – SHS st. Therese of Calcutta got the 3rd place or 2nd runner-up in the Achieve 3000 – National Competition held at the Dominican School, Manila – December 4, 2015.

Ms. Marinelle L. Distor – grade 10 SHS St. Catherine of Siena won as the Champion in the Achieve 3000 National Competition held at the Dominican School, Manila – December 4, 2015.

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