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                Vision - Mission


                SSC-R Mission Statement


                General Secondary Course Objectives




A.      Admission Requirements


1.      Credentials


2.      First Year Students


3.      Transferees


B.      Examinations, Grading and Promotion


C.      Class Attendance


D.      Determination of Honors


E.       Special Awards


F.       Citizens Army Training and PEHM


G.     Discontinuance of Studies


H.      Academic Probation




A.      Manner of Payment


B.      Refund of Fees


C.      Examination Fees


D.      Financial Assistance


1. Scholarships


2. Discounts




A.      Campus Rules and Regulations


B.      School Uniform


C.      Identification Card


D.      General Rules and Regulations


E.       Most Serious Offenses


Violations and Sanctions


F.       Less Serious Offenses


G.     Procedure for the Imposition of Disciplinary Actions


H.      Disciplinary Probation


I.        Daily School and Classroom Routine


J.        Code of Behavior






A.      Student Organizations


B.      Regulations for Student Organizations




A.      Development Services


B.      Campus Ministry


C.      Health Services


D.     Physical Facilities







            As part of the “Spirit of Reform” spreading throughout Cristendom, the Order of Augustinian Recollects emerged during the last quarter of the sixteenth century (1588), as a movement aiming for a stricter observance of the Rule of St. Augustine.


                The Recollects initially adopted the Charism of a Contemplative Life. However, the great demand for missionaries required by the recently undertaken evangelization of the Philippine Islands called upon them to accept missionary work.


                In the year 1606, the first group of Recollect missionaries reached the Philippine shores. Mindful of the mission they have to accomplish, they spread themselves nearly all over the Philippine archipelago, and succeeded in establishing missions in regions not yet evangelized by other religious orders.


                In 1616, the Recollect Fathers built a church and convent in Cavite. They remained here, spreading the light of the Gospel and promoting Christian civilization, until the outbreak of World War II.


                The Recollect Fathers, determined to continue the work which they had begun in Cavite, founded San Sebastian College-Recoletos in 1966. At first, the school had only a single building, part of which was the Religious Fathers’ residence, with only 281 students from the high school and college departments.


                Over the years, the student population increased, particularly in the college department. This development prompted the enhancement of the college’s pool of educators, as well as the corresponding expansion and upgrading of its facilities, and curricular offerings. From its humble beginnings, San Sebastian College-Recoletos de Cavite continued to evolve into one of the leading educational institutions in the Province of Cavite.


                In 1977, a four-storey right-wing extension was built, where the chapel (ground floor), additional classrooms, and the auditorium (fourth floor) are located.


                The small gymnasium along Espiritu Street, across the rear of the main campus, was converted into Religious Fathers’ residence in 1983, thereby allowing more rooms and offices for the school, out of the portion vacated by the priests.


                In 1986, the high school department was made co-educational to accommodate young girls seeking admission into the school.


            In response to the continuously increasing student population, and the need to have more classrooms and facilities, an Industrial Technology laboratory and a five-storey building was constructed in 1995. The edifice was inaugurated on September 28, 1996. The five-storey building, named after the first Recollect Saint, St. Ezekiel Moreno, has a spacious lobby and currently houses the college library at the second floor, computer laboratories at the third floor, the all digital mass communications laboratory and the criminology laboratory at the fourth floor, and the HRM laboratory and mini hotel at the fifth floor. This structure is also the home of the Graduate School of Business, which opened in 1995 and had its first batch of graduates in 1997.


                A few months after the inauguration of the St. Ezekiel Moreno building, the four-storey building named San Jose Obrero (St. Joseph the Worker), was annexed to it to accommodate the canteen, more classrooms, and other facilities, such as the Instructional Media Center viewing room, and a conference room at the penthouse. Presently, the building also houses a speech laboratory.


                In 2000, another five-storey building, named after Our Lady of Consolation (OLC), was constructed in answer to the growing needs of the College of Engineering. Today, the OLC Building, inaugurated in 2001, houses not only the different engineering laboratories, offices and classrooms, but also the College of Nursing which opened in 2004.


                In 2001, SSC-R marked new territory within the City of Cavite with the acquisition of a one-hectare property by the Bacoor and Cañacao Bays in Bo. Rosario, San Roque. The acquisition is in line with the program of providing total quality Christian education from preschool to college, and to build a new landmark in Caviteño history, the Recoletos 4th Centennial Gymnasium. The gymnasium, inaugurated in August 18, 2004, is the home of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) in the province of Cavite, and the nurturing ground of both athletes and performing artists as well.


Located within the property is the new four-storey building that houses the Primary (preschool, grade school) and Secondary levels. After the building’s inauguration in February 18, 2006, SSC-R opened its doors to Preschool and Grade School students in June 5, 2006. This expansion program of offering the Primary level is the administration’s response to the desire of the Caviteño parents to provide their children with a strong educational foundation.


                From 1966 to the present, SSC-R, as a Catholic educational institution, and as an integral part of the Augustinian Recollect apostolate, has been committed to the total formation of man. Through the years, the institution has endeavored for the learners to become truly men of their time, who are able to relate all human values and culture to the concept of salvation and happiness.


                Fruits of the Augustinian Recollect labor of love, many, if not all of SSC-R graduates, have excelled in their respective professions, and have proven the school worthy of the trust and confidence the Caviteños have bestowed on it.


            Inspired by its manifold achievements, the SSC-R administration is continuously exerting efforts into giving their best for the further improvement of the college, consistent with the objectives and goals of the founding fathers, with the help of the whole academic community, and the almighty God.





1.     Rev. Fr. Fermin Fernandez, OAR (1966 -1968)

2.     Rev. Fr. Alfonso Diaz, OAR (1968 -1969)

3.     Rev. Fr. Miguel Navarro, OAR (1969 -1970)

4.     Rev. Fr. German Chicote, OAR (1970 -1973)

5.     Rev. Fr. Juan  J. Goicoechea, OAR (1973 -1976)

6.     Rev. Fr. David Garcia, OAR (1976 -1979)

7.     Rev. Fr. Victor L. Lluch, OAR (1979 -1982)

8.     Rev. Fr. Pastor E. Paloma, OAR (1982 -1984)

9.     Rev. Fr. Dionisio C. Cachero, OAR (1984 -1988)

10. Rev. Fr. Walthore B. Conde, OAR (1988 -1994)

11. Rev. Fr. Victor L. Lluch, OAR (1994 - 1997)

12. Rev. Fr. Leopoldo V. Estioko, OAR (1997 - 2000)

13. Rev. Fr. Victor L. Lluch, OAR (2000 - 2004)

14. Rev. Fr. Joseph D. Granada, OAR (2004 - 2006)

15. Rev. Fr. Emilio P. Jaruda, Jr., OAR (2006 - present)




1.       Rev. Fr. Emilio Larlar, OAR (1970 - 1971)

2.       Rev. Fr. Andres Alava, OAR (1973 - 1974)

3.       Fr. David G. Garcia (1975 - 1977)

4.       Mr. Antonio J. Sales (Acting Principal: 1978)

5.       Ms. Maria Theresa S. Giron (1979 - 1982)

6.       Rev. Fr. Lino H. Agunod, OAR (1983 - 1994)

7.       Rev. Fr. Arnie Z. Visitacion, OAR (1994 - 1996)

8.        Rev. Fr. Nemesio D. Tolentin, OAR (1996 - 2000)

9.        Rev. Fr. Ferdinand V. Fornilos, OAR (2000 - 2006)

10.    Rev. Fr. Cristopher C. Maspara, OAR (2006 - 2009)

11.    Rev. Fr. Antonio S. Limchaypo, OAR (2009- present)




            True to the motto of the Recollect Order “LOVE AND LEARNING” the religious prime movers believe that education must minister to the needs of the minds, the body and the soul of man.  Thus, when the OAR Provincial Chapter convened in Manila in 1940, one of the provisions stated, “It is the unanimous aspiration of the Fathers gathered in this Chapter that schools of primary and secondary education and college be founded as soon as possible.”


The RECOLETOS now operates a vast network of schools all over the Philippines, fully committed to the training of the Filipino youth for God and country.  Listed below are the schools administered by the Recollect religious in the Philippines:


University of San Jose-Recoletos, Cebu City (1947)

The University of San Jose-Recoletos stands for “quality Christian Community-Oriented Education.” From its modest origin in 1947, with Fr. Martin Legarra, ORSA, who served as the first Rector, it has now become a dominant force in the academic sector at par with the prestigious educational institutions in the whole archipelago. After having been declared a university in 1984, USJ-R has competently maintained its level 3 university status, holding up to its lofty distinction. Now, USJ-R moves forward to meet the future with a renewed commitment, always confident in the united efforts of all the components, and forever forging industry, technology, and humanities for the greater glory of God.


University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, Bacolod City (1941) 

The university started in 1941 as a non-sectarian institution in the municipality of Talisay, a five-kilometer stretch from the provincial capital, Bacolod. Originally meant to meet the academic needs of the town, the Occidental Negros Institute, as it was then known, was transferred to Bacolod City to cater to the educational challenges of the city. It acquired its university status on May 5, 1957 and five years later, on May 25, 1962, the school was entrusted to the hands of the Augustinian Recollects who renamed it as University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos. Fr. Federico Terradillos, ORSA served as the first Recollect religious school head. Today’s biggest Catholic University in Negros Occidental, UNO-R looks forward to greater heights of development and academic achievements.


San Sebastian College-Recoletos, Manila (1941)

Impelled by the Christian principle of education as the “harmonious and complete development of the whole man” and the “formation of the totus Christus,” San Sebastian College-Recoletos, once an exclusive school for boys, now gives every opportunity to develop a well-rounded and integrated studentry. The school seeks to prepare “highly serviceable men and women who will be self-reliant and able to contribute materially to the progress of the country.” The PAASCU accredited elementary, high school and tertiary departments have distinctively articulated SSC-R’s vision of and commitment to quality Christian education.


San Sebastian College-Recoletos, Cavite City (1966).

SSC-R de Cavite aims at molding the Filipino youth, and more particularly the Caviteños, in the authentic Filipino tradition and values of our people in the hope of instilling in them the knowledge, attitudes and habits that will make them men and women of their time: truly aware of and responsive to the challenges and aspirations of the country. The school has recently implemented its physical expansion scheme to meet the more pressing demand of the academic community. Through its academic operation set-up, facilities and curricular offerings, SSC-R de Cavite aspires to its long-term educational goals. Now nearing its 50th year of continuing service, San Sebastian college-Recoletos de Cavite commits herself to a quality Christian education.


Colegio de Sto. Tomas-Recoletos, San Carlos City, Negros Occidental (1941)

Originally known as Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Institute, Colegio de Sto. Tomas-Recoletos formally opened its scholastic year on June 23, 1941 with Fr. Pedro Zunsarren, ORSA as the first Rector. However, the solemn blessing of this school took place on June 20, 1941. It was abruptly closed on December 10 of the same year due to the onset of World War II. The school was then converted into a hospital, and eventually used by the United States Armed Forces of the Far East as a military training camp for Filipino recruits who would later be sent to the battle front. With the occupation by the Japanese soldiers, the school passed to their hands and they turned it into a military office. In November of 1944, the school was totally plundered, but still managed to resume its academic operation on June 2, 1945. When the normalcy was re-established, the school continued to progress. Orginally established as an exclusive educational institution for boys in June of 1941, CST-R now caters to the city’s educational needs resulting in the adoption of a co-educational system of instruction.


UNO-R High School, Talisay City, Negros Occidental (1971). 

At the beginning of the 20th century, the Recollect Fathers had already founded a parochial school in the town of Talisay, Negros Occidental but was closed years later. Out of necessity and convenience, the Recollect fathers thought of establishing a new Catholic school within the town in the late 60’s. The plan was to build a secondary school to be affiliated to the University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos located in Bacolod City, some five (5) kilometers away from the town. Hence the cornerstone was laid and blessed on January 1, 1971 by Most Rev. Antonio Fortich, D.D., the bishop of Bacolod during that time. Six months later, on June 15, 1971, the new school building beside the parish church was blessed and inaugurated. Its first director was Fr. Florentino Echevarri, OAR. Today, this humble school takes pride of having formed good and successful citizens serving the town and the whole island of Negros.


San Pedro Academy, Valencia, Negros Oriental (1961)

It was more providential that the town of Valencia, Negros Oriental became a mission center under the overseeing staff of Recoletos missionaries. The year 1904 saw the opening of the parochial school originally meant for children. The daring investment of time and talent in Christian education soon earned the trust of the populace. Their missionary effort yielded encouraging results. It was the missionaries’ apostolic diligence coupled with the community’s favorable response that became the moving inspiration behind the expansion of what now stands in San Pedro Academy located in the center itself of the municipality. A high school branch in the outlying barangay Caidiocan is a concrete testimony to the Recollects’ undying dedication to the educational apostolate.









            We envision San Sebastian College-Recoletos de Cavite as a Gospel-inspired learning institution dedicated to providing integral formation of individuals to become responsive and value-laden members of the society.




            We commit ourselves to zealously infuse with Gospel values the curriculum of the Recoletos Education;


                collectively and single-mindedly cultivate the stakeholders’ manifold gifts of intellect, will, heart and soul in a way that ensures their holistic and full growth, thus, living out Saint Augustine’s motto of CARITAS et SCIENTIA;


                patiently nurture the stakeholders through the integration of core values and Augustinian Recollect Charism in all programs to enhance their ability to discern and respond appropriately to any given situation,


                continuously develop plans, value innovative programs and functional facilities that ensure excellent and quality Christian education; and


                efficiently and effectively implement measures necessary in ensuring the economic viability and social desirability of programs.




            The Augustinian Recollect philosophy of education is based on the Augustinian belief that a person should be developed integrally. Our goal is to build the structure of wisdom through knowledge, so that this search for knowledge (SCIENTIA) should lead us to the exercise of love (CARITAS).




As a Catholic school, San Sebastian College-Recoletos de Cavite, Inc. strives to make the students aware of their own and other people’s dignity as persons God created in His image and likeness, thus deserving respect and demanding perfection in all areas of development, especially in those which would enhance their resemblance to their Creator, eventually relating all human values and culture to the concept of salvation and eternal happiness.


As a Filipino school, it is dedicated to the molding of able-bodied, intellectually- capacitated, socially-conscienticized, technologically-prepared, and morally-principled citizens who can be called upon to share in the task of national development and direction.


As a Recollect school, it is committed to forming or educating its students according to the Recollect charism, namely:


a)     Interiority or an orientation towards God.

b)     Communitarian Spirit

c)     Love for the Church

d)    Love for Mary

e)     Love of Study

Thus, a Recollect product should have the following personality traits or charisms:  he should be God oriented, his love for God should be manifested by a love and concern for his fellowmen especially the poor and for God’s work, nature and environment.  In his piety or love for God, a love for the Church should be a distinct quality, coupled with a keen filial love for Mary, His Mother.  He should be dedicated to the pursuit of learning and study, especially the Holy Scriptures.  He stands for what Christ stood. 




In view of this guiding philosophy, the San Sebastian college-Recoletos strives to attain its goal of – QUALITY CHRISTIAN EDUCATION.


In accordance with this goal and its desire to contribute to the Philippine society personally developed, professionally trained men and women and responsible citizenry, the SSC-R has set the following specific goals:


1.     To instill knowledge, attitudes and habits that will contribute to making the student a man of the time: Filipino Asian, enlightened and articulate, conscious of the dimensions and needs of a developing country’s aspirations for social justice, equality, fair share in economic welfare, and self-determination.


2.     To provide the opportunity to pursue the field of endeavor best suited to his capabilities and goals by offering various programs and specialization.


3.     To strive to make the student an educated Christian committed to the truth which is God in the service of his fellowmen.


4.     To produce spiritually developed and morally sensible men who see God as the fountainhead of all moral obligations and whose hierarchy of values is consistent with Christian principles of life.


5.     To produce a finished product molded in the authentic tradition and values of our people, together with an indispensable background in the humanities and the sciences provided by a truly liberal education.





The General Secondary Course is geared to graduate men and women who are:


n  proficient to take up Tertiary level courses, academically prepared, physically fit, and  with adequate emotional and social training.


n  primed for further development, endowed with intellectual curiosity, and capable of some degree of analytical and logical thinking.


n  aware of their potentials, interests, skills and attitudes equipped with the needed self-knowledge to help them choose appropriate courses.


n  Christian in outlook, imbued with traditional values of the Christian Filipino that will serve as their guiding principles through college and through life.






1.       Credentials


a.      Form 138 of the year last attended or its equivalent.

b.     One (1) Xerox copy of new enrollee’s birth certificate, preferably NSO copy.

c.      Certificate of Good Moral Character

d.     Permanent resident aliens - two (2) Photostat copies of the ACR (Alien Certificate of Registration) are required.


2.         For First Year students, the following provision shall also apply, in addition to the above.


a.      Applicants for admission will be required to take Entrance Examination and pass the interview.

b.     Parents and/or guardians of new enrollees are required to accompany their children when they come to school.


3.       Transferees


New students in the second, third and fourth year levels will be accepted on a case-to-case basis.  Students of OAR high school who discontinue their studies and transfer to other schools will be subjected to the same requirements as those of the transferees.  New students may be admitted only after they have complied with all requirements for transfer students as follows:


a.      Form 138 or its equivalent

b.     No failures, no incomplete grades, no dropped subjects in the final rating.

c.      General average grade of 80 and above.

d.     Written Entrance Examination and Interview

e.      Parents and/or guardians of transferees are requested to accompany their children in the filing of application for admission.

f.      Recommendation letter of good moral character from the school previously attended.

g.     In the case of aliens: 2 photostat copies of the ACR and a permit to study from the Immigration Office. Furthermore, the ACR should be validated every year.  Transferees from one OAR high school to another will be exempted from the Entrance Examination and all academic requirements as long as they submit a certificate of good moral character duly signed by the Principal of the school last attended.


4.     Participants in International Exchange programs returning to the mother school will be referred to the principal for proper action.


    5.  All students must be accompanied by their parent/s or guardian/s when enrolling.




1.     Examinations


a.      There will be four periodical examinations in one academic school year.

b.     Students who cannot take the periodical test on the days scheduled because of illness or any other serious reasons may be allowed to take special examination on the day he/she reports in the school.

c.      Students without valid examination permits shall not be allowed to take the periodical examination.

d.     Habitual absentees during periodical test will be referred to the principal.


2.     Grading


a.      There will be four grading periods in one academic school year.


b.     Guidelines on the Marking System


1.     The cumulative method is to be used for grading.

2.     The grades for the two successive grading periods are computed such that the previous grade shall be given weight of 30% and the present rating shall be 70% of the grade of the period.

3.     The numerical system of grading will be used and grades will be expressed in multiples of one (1). However, grades with one decimal place, based on the number of units/credits will be used for the computation of the general average. The general average will be expressed with decimal places.

4.     The passing mark in any given subject should be a grade of 75%.

5.     No grade of 74% should appear as a Final rating in the Report Card.

6.     The following are the highest and lowest possible scores in each grading period:

Grading Period         Highest Possible Grade   Lowest Possible Grade


                                1st Grading                                               92                                                      70

                                2nd Grading                                              93                                                      68

                                3rd Grading                                               94                                                      68

                                4th Grading                                               95                                                      65

7.     The criteria for grading in each subject area will consist of the following:

a.      Class Standing (quizzes, recitation, attendance)

b.     Project (research/term papers, albums, scrapbooks, projects in Technology and Livelihood Education I, II, III, IV, experiments, themes, notebooks, assignments, stage production and other creative activities.)

c.      Long tests (unit test, periodic test)

d.     Character

8.     The criteria for grading character will consist of the following:


a.      Courtesy

b.     Promptness

c.      Helpfulness

d.     Industry

e.      Stability

f.      Self-reliance

g.     Honesty

h.     Orderliness

i.       Resourcefulness

j.       Punctuality


                      The criteria for grading in each subject area are in accordance with the prescribed norms and standards established by the school in accordance with the regulations set down by the Department of Education. The highest possible grade for character is 95 and the lowest possible grade is 65.


c.      Report on Academic Performance, Conduct and Attendance


1.     This report is issued to the high school students approximately three weeks after the periodical examination. 


2.     The parent or guardian of the student is required to sign this report card.  No report card shall be accepted unless signed by either the parent or the guardian.


3.     No card shall be issued to anybody unless a letter of authorization by the parent or guardian has been presented.


d.     Issuance of Grades (Local Provisions)


                          No grades shall be issued to the following students:


1.     Those who have not settled their financial obligations and property responsibility with the College.


2.     Those who are new and whose credentials where they came from have not been received by the Registrar’s Office.


e.      Grades in Religion will be included in the computation of the final average.


     3.    Promotion


a.       To be promoted in any subject in high school, a student must have a final grade in that subject of at least 75% irrespective of the number of units or subject he is taking.


b.      Basis for Promotion


The basis for promotion is in accordance with the DepEd regulations found on the Manual of Regulations for Private Schools (Sec. 82, ELPS 2006).


c.   Basis for Retention


1.         A student who fails in subjects with a total of 4 units or more shall be retained in the year level and will be advised to transfer to another school.

2.         A student who fails in less than 4 units shall not be admitted for enrollment as a regular student, unless he/she will enroll the subject/s in summer in any recognized school.


3.         A GRADUATING STUDENT will not be allowed to join in the commencement exercises if he/she incurs failures in subjects with a total of 3 units or more.  If he/she is unable to make up for the failed subject/s immediately during summer sessions, he/she is retained in the 4th year level.




1.     Any student, who, for one reason or another, is absent from any class, must present an excuse slip duly accomplished upon his return to school.

2.     A student who incurs absences of more than 20% of the required total number of class and laboratory periods in a school year should be given a failing grade and given no credit for the subject. (Article 14: School Discipline, Sec. 73 ELPS 2006).

3.     No absences will be excused on the day immediately preceding or following a vacation, a holiday, or a weekend, except when satisfactory explanation is given before the absence is made.  However, in case a student incurred an absence on the aforementioned days and the student could not have, with a valid reason, given prior notice to the office, such absence may still be excused if upon returning the student could present acceptable evidence that would merit his excuse from classes.

4.     All students should be in the campus at least ten minutes before the flag ceremony which starts at 6:55 a.m.  In the afternoon, all students should be in the campus before 1:20 p.m.

5.     The gate will be closed at exactly 7:00 a.m. for the morning prayer and flag ceremony. Students who will not be able to participate in the said activities will be marked absent on their first period classes.

6.     A student who comes very late i.e. 40 minutes later than the official time (7:10 a.m. and 1:20 p.m.) will not be allowed to enter the campus unless he/she is accompanied by his/her parent or guardian.

7.     A student who comes late due to reasonable causes (traffic jam due to car accident or other similar causes) will be admitted to class.

8.     Students who cut/skip classes for one or more periods during the day are required to secure admission slip from the office of the Principal before they can be admitted to class. They will be marked absent for that class period. They will be given warning for the first offense and reprimand on the second offense. On the third offense, they will be suspended for three days.

9.     No student shall be allowed to leave the campus while classes are going on without the written permission of the Principal, and a parent, guardian or teacher accompanying him/her.

10. Excuse slips and brochures will be signed during recess time (8:50 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.) and in the afternoon (1:00 - 1:20 p.m.).

11. Tardiness


a.      A student who is late for three times will be warned.  His parents will be called to the office of the Principal and they will be requested to sign an acknowledgment that they are fully aware of the tardiness/cutting classes of their child.

b.     A student who incurs additional three times tardiness for a total of six times will be suspended for three days and will be given additional work in the form of research paper, extra assignment, book reading report, etc. in the subject/s where he incurred tardiness. During the period of suspension, the student may be given work or assignments but he/she is not allowed to attend classes.

c.      A student who incurs additional three times tardiness for  a total of nine times will be suspended for five days, will be given additional work and a grade of 70 in character in the subject/s where he incurred tardiness.


      For subsequent tardiness, the following will be considered:


                No. of Tardiness                                                               Grade in Conduct

      10 - 15                                                                                   69

      16 - 20                                                                                   68

      21 - 25                                                                                   67

      26 - 30                                                                                   66

above 30                                                                              65





     In the determination of honors the OAR high school adhere to DECS ORDER No. 65, s.  1998 (Sec. 86 ELPS, 2006) as follows:


1.     The designation of “valedictorian,” “salutatorian,” and “honorable mention” shall apply to graduating honor students in all secondary schools.


2.     There shall be one valedictorian and one salutatorian for all the graduating classes.  However, in case of a tie between two candidates both may be declared valedictorians and/or salutatorians.


3.     The number of students to be declared honorable mention in a secondary school shall be one percent (1%) of the total number of graduating students.


4.     Any member of the graduating class is eligible to be a candidate for honors if he/she meets the following requirements:


a.      He/she must have no grade lower than 85% in any subject during his third and fourth year in any grading period as recorded in the student’s Forms 137 and 138-A.

b.     In no case shall the student have a grade lower than 80% in any subject in any grading period in the first two curriculum years. Teachers, students, and parents must be informed about this at the beginning of the school year to avoid having students disqualified from getting honors because of their failure to comply with this requirement.

c.      He/she must have done the entire work of the third and fourth years in the secondary school where he/she is graduating.

d.     He/she must have completed the curriculum years within the prescribed length in years, i.e., within four consecutive years.

e.      He/she must be an active member in at least two existing authorized student organizations or clubs during his third and fourth years in the school where he/she is graduating.

f.      He/she must have conducted himself/herself in conformity with the school rules and regulations.


5.     The following criteria and the corresponding relative weights shall be used in determining the valedictorian, salutatorian, and honorable mention awards:



a.      Academic Excellence (7 points)


Academic excellence shall be based on the general average of the grades of the graduating student in the last two years of schooling (third and fourth year). The final grades in the fourth year should be completed before the last three weeks of the school year, and should be based on the work done during the last grading period.



b. Performance in Co-curricular Activities (3 points)


Performance shall be based on active participation of the candidate for the last two years in at least two (2) authorized student organizations or clubs, (Literary, musical activities, sports, travel in relation to school work, civic activities, researches, school paper and school band).


The rating of co-curricular activities shall be based on the combined assessment of the advisers of the clubs where he/she was a member during the third and fourth years as recorded in separate grading sheets for the co-curricular activities and organizations recognized by the school (Section 86, EDPS 2006).


6.     Grades in Religion/Values Education will be included in the computation for the determination of honors.




1.     Any student who got the highest grade in any of his subjects will be given an award during the recognition rites (e.g. Best in Science, Best in Math, Best in English, etc.) for the first to third year levels, and during the commencement exercises for the graduating students.


 2.  Academic Excellence Award


The guidelines for the recipient of the Excellence Award in Math/Science will be as follows:


a.      He/she must be a consistent top one student in his/her Math/Science subjects.

b.     If no student achieves consistency in the contested subject/s, then the final grade - from first year to fourth year - of any qualifier must be added and the average grade of his four final grades must be taken.  Whoever receives the highest average shall be the recipient of the excellence award.

c.      For a student to qualify, he must be a recipient of the “Best in Science/Math” award in any of the year level.

d.     The recipient of the award must be a graduating student.


3.      Other Special Awards are: St. Ezekiel Moreno Award, Best in Religion, SSC-R Leadership Award, A.Y. National Discipline Award, Gerry Roxas Leadership Award, Jose P. Laurel Academic Excellence Award, Co-curricular Award, Athlete of the Year Award, CAT Awards.




     The one-year Citizens Army Training is required to all fourth year students as prerequisite for graduation.  The following are exempted from taking up CAT:


1.     Those who are physically unfit or handicapped as certified by the CAT Headquarters.

2.     Alien students upon presentation of their Alien Certificate of Recognition (ACR).  They, however, should register with the DMST.

3.     First, Second, and Third Year students are required to take MAPEH (Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health).




1.     Within the school year


a.      Dropping

1. Students may voluntarily withdraw from the school based on valid reasons.

2. Students may be dropped from the roll based on the attendance policies of the school (see section on Class Attendance).

3.  Students who commit major offense may be dropped from the   school (see section on Discipline particularly Most Serious Offenses).


b.     Transfer

                                        Students may transfer to another school for valid reasons, i.e. transfer of residence.


c.      Exclusion/Expulsion

                                        Students who commit major offenses may be excluded or expelled from school (see section on Discipline under Circulars and Directives)


2.     After the school year


a.      Non-acceptance of Students


                                Students incurring any of the following are not eligible for re-admission:


1.       Failure in Religion/Values Education

2.       Failure in Conduct


(Note: Students on academic probationary period and did not improve after one school year will be advised to transfer to another school.)


b.  Transfer


                                     Students may transfer to another school after the end of a school year.



3.   Procedure for Dropping and Transferring


a. Dropping/Transferring


Students who wish to drop/transfer should see the Principal.  The Office of the Principal then reports the name of the student and the date of withdrawal from the school to the school Registrar and the school Treasurer.




Academic probation is a restraining measure imposed on students who are covered by all or any of the following conditions:


a.      Failure in one or two subjects in any grading period

b.     Habitual failure to submit assignments

c.      Poor classroom attitude and achievement

d.     Habitual tardiness and absences

e.      Failure in character in any subject/s


A student on academic probation must show positive efforts to improve his school achievements, otherwise, he may be dropped from the school or in the case of fourth year students, they will not be permitted to participate in the graduation exercises.








1.       Fees may be paid in full upon enrollment or in regular installment.


2.       If fees are paid on an installment basis, the miscellaneous fees and the first installment must be paid upon enrollment.


3.       Payment by installment must be made not later than two days before every periodical examination.




A student who withdraws/drops during the school year shall be charged according to the following:


1.       Ten percent (10%) of the total tuition fee for the entire school year if he/she withdraws within the first week of classes, whether he/she has attended classes or not. Miscellaneous fees and other fees are not refundable.


2.       Twenty percent (20%) of the total tuition fee for the entire school year if he/she withdraws within the second week of classes, whether he/she has attended classes or not. Miscellaneous fees and other fees are not refundable.


3.       A student who withdraws after the second week of classes shall be charged the school fees in full, for the entire school year (see On Registration and Tuition Charges under Circulars and Directives). If no records of official dropping are found, the dropping will be considered as having been made two weeks after the opening of classes. However, if the withdrawal is due to a proven justifiable reason, the student shall be charged the pertinent fees with certain discount to be determined by the Treasurer but in no case shall be refunded for the down payment (miscellaneous fees and first installment).




1.       Permits shall be issued to the student upon payment of the corresponding fees and submission of required credentials. Payment of fees and submission of credentials should be done two days before the periodical examination. However, students who have not yet paid their examination fees are still allowed to take the Periodical Examination but their academic records will not be released, until their financial obligations have already been settled.


2.       Students who cannot take the Periodical Examination on the days scheduled because of illness or any other serious reason may be allowed to take special examination and shall be subjected to a late examination fee payable at the Accounting Office. The office of the High School Principal will take charge of giving the special examination upon presentation of the receipt.






1.1   Academic Scholarship


San Sebastian College offers scholarship to exceptionally intelligent students. This scholarship serves at the same time as mark of distinction. Entrance Academic Scholarships are extended to Valedictorians and Salutatorians of primary schools duly recognized by the Department of Education subject to the following policies prescribed by the Office of the Director for Scholarship:


  1. A Grade School Valedictorian enrolling in the High School Department shall be entitled to a one hundred percent (100%) discount on tuition fees provided that the school where he/she graduated has at least one hundred (100) graduates. A Grade School Valedictorian who graduated from a school with less than 100 graduates shall be entitled to a 50 % discount on tuition fees.


  1. A Grade School Salutatorian enrolling in the High School Department shall be entitled to fifty percent (50%) discount on tuition fees provided that the school where he/she graduated has at least one hundred (100) graduates. A Grade School Salutatorian who graduated from a school with less than 100 graduates shall be entitled to 25% discount on tuition fees.


  1. An applicant for entrance scholarship must present/submit the following credentials:


c.1          Certification of the honor he/she has received from the Grade School Principal and the number of graduates

c.2          Certification of good moral character from the Grade School Guidance office

c.3          Certification of good moral character from the Parish Priest for Catholics or from the Pastor or Minister for non-Catholics

c.4          Scholarship application form secured from the Office of the High School Principal


  1. Discount privileges for academic scholars are based on their respective year levels during the preceding school year.


d.1          A one hundred percent (100%) discount on tuition fees is granted to the student who ranked first in the entire year level.

d.2             A fifty percent (50%) discount on tuition fees is granted to the student who ranked second in the entire year level.

d.3       A twenty five percent (25%) discount on tuition fees is granted to the student who ranked third in the entire year level.


1.2   Non-Academic Scholarship


a.       Non-academic or Athletics Scholarships are extended to the members of the High School Varsity Teams upon the recommendation of the respective coaches and the Athletics Moderator, and upon the approval of the Director of Scholarship.

b.      The percentage of discounts on tuition fees shall be based on the athlete’s performance as evaluated by the team’s coach and the Athletics Moderator.

c.       An Athletics Scholarship grant is good for only one school year. It may be renewed if the student should again qualify.

d.      An Athletics scholar who fails in one or more subjects in the final grading period shall be disqualified from the varsity team.




Special discount privileges are hereby granted as follows:


  1. Payments of tuition may be made either in full or by installment. Students who pay one year tuition in full are entitled to a discount on the tuition fee.


  1. For three (3) brethrens who are enrolled simultaneously in the Grade School and/or High School and/or College Departments, a forty percent (40%) discount on tuition fees is granted to the brother or sister enrolled in the lowest year level.


  1. For four (4) brethrens who are enrolled simultaneously in the Grade School and/or High School and/or College Departments a one hundred percent (100%) discount on tuition fees is granted to the brother or sister enrolled in the lowest year level.


  1. In recognition of their services, administration, permanent faculty members, and permanent non-academic personnel are given 100% or 75% or 25% discount on tuition fees of their children enrolled in grade school, high school or college, depending on the length of their service.




    All discount privileges, scholarships, and grants are governed by the following policies:

  1.  All discounts privileges, scholarships, and grants are personal, and are therefore, non-transferable.
  2. All applications for discount privileges, scholarships, and grants are made through the Office of Student Affairs, and approved by the Director of Scholarship.
  3. Approved applications for discount privileges, scholarships, and grants are forwarded to and processed by the Accounting Office.
  4. The scholars and grantees should maintain excellent behavior, attend their classes regularly, and maintain a passing rate in all subjects.
  5. All scholars and grantees are required to pay their miscellaneous fees.
  6. No student shall enjoy plurality of discount privileges, scholarships, or grants.










a.      Students must present their Identification Cards upon entering the school campus.

b.     Students are not allowed to go out of the school campus during recess time. Only students who have permits from the Principal’s Office and have guardians with them will be allowed to go out of the campus.

c.      During lunch break, only students who have gatepass will be allowed to go out of the campus.



a.      Only visitors who have accomplished the visitor slip form and can present appropriate identification cards may be allowed to enter. Before leaving the campus, visitors should present to the guard the visitor slip form with the signature of the person they visited.

b.     Parents/Guardians who wish to talk to their children should secure permission from the Principal’s Office and should be accompanied by the duty guard or student assistant.

c.      In case of official visitors with prior appointment, the security guard on duty shall be furnished with the appointment schedule for reference and guidance.

d.     Visiting Alumni should also secure the visitor slip form from the guard and present their Alumni ID or appropriate Identification Card.






1.     The prescribed uniform are:


a. PANTS or TROUSERS  - black, formal cut


                b. POLO                                                - cream with SSC-R print, Polo Barong Style

- only white undershirts without any print

   should be worn inside the polo.



                  c. SHOES                                              - plain black leather shoes

- rubber shoes may be worn during Physical

  Education classes only


                d. SOCKS                                              - plain long white socks


2. To ensure correctness in style, newcomers are REQUIRED to have their first set of  uniform sewn by the official seamstress of the school.

3.  The prescribed uniform shall be worn DAILY to school.

4.   P.E. uniforms are to be worn during P.E. classes only.




1.     The uniform consists of the following:


a. BLOUSE           - cream with SSC-R print and neck tie (checkered

   green and yellow gold)


b. SKIRT                - checkered green and yellow gold

- length of skirt is four inches below the knee



c. SHOES              - plain black leather shoes

- Wearing of shoes with heels higher than one (1) inch is not allowed.

- rubber shoes may be worn during Physical Education classes only


d. SOCKS              - plain white socks


2.     The prescribed uniform shall be worn DAILY to school.

3.     To ensure correctness in style, newcomers are REQUIRED to have their first set of uniform sewn by the official seamstress of the school.

4.     P.E. uniforms are to be worn during P.E. classes only.




1.     Identification cards are issued on the third week after the opening of the classes.

2.     Students are required to wear their ID cards at all times while inside the school campus.

3.     ID cards should be free from any sort of decoration, drawing, writings, alterations, etc. Otherwise they will be confiscated and the students should be required to apply for a new one.

4.     ID cards are valid for use only when countersigned by the Principal.

5.     ID cards shall be considered invalid upon cancellation of enrollment, dropping, or graduation from school.

6.     ID cards are not transferable. Students should not let other persons use their ID cards.  Violation of this rule shall be dealt with accordingly.

7.     Loss of ID should be reported immediately to the Principal’s Office. A letter from the parents or guardian should also be submitted.





Students are bound by the Code of Discipline of the school. At all times, students are expected to behave inside the school campus as well as outside the school premises when they engage in activities authorized by the school.


These regulations are not meant to be exhaustive. Since they are promulgated by the school authorities, the school reserves the right to add, interpret, amend, supplement, and apply these rules. The school authorities feel themselves to be the best judge in determining what is or what is not satisfactory performance.


        Students found guilty of misconduct, immorality or serious offense before and after enrollment within and outside the school premises will be subjected to confiscation of ID, warning, reprimand, suspension, exclusion/ dismissal/dropping, expulsion, disqualification from further registration or enrollment and from receiving honors or awards at graduation.


1.       Students are not allowed to enter the school campus without their proper IDs.


2.       Students without the prescribed uniform are not allowed to enter the campus.

 (See section on SCHOOL UNIFORM – Boys and Girls)

3.       Male students with long/spiked/punk/dyed hair, long bangs, and earrings are not allowed to enter the campus.

4.       Female students with long bangs must use headband or hair pin, if not they will not be allowed to enter the campus or classroom. Likewise, dyed hair is not also allowed.

5.       Students are not allowed to be in the classroom before the first period in the morning, during recess, and before the first period in the afternoon.

6.       Students are not allowed to stay inside the Faculty Room. They can enter the faculty room only when asked by their teachers to get or put something inside the faculty room.

7.       Any student who, for an unavoidable cause, is obliged to be absent from any class, must present the “Excuse Slip Booklet” duly signed by his/her parents or guardian on his return to school.  Failure to do so, he/she will be marked absent on that day.

8.       Students should attend to their personal necessities during their recess period only, except for emergency purpose. They are not allowed to leave the classroom during class hours or laboratory periods in order to get water from the dispenser, borrow books or calculators, sharpen pencils, etc.

9.       Late comers (Morning and Afternoon) are not allowed to stay in the corridors, canteen, bookstore or offices. They should stay in the place designated by the Prefect of Discipline during their first period classes.

10.   The classroom should be kept neat, clean and orderly at all times with clean floor, clean blackboard, and well-arranged chairs.  Eating, chewing gums or candies, and playing inside the classroom are strictly prohibited.

11.   Silence and order must be kept in the laboratories.  Playing, running, pushing, throwing water or anything similar are not allowed.

12.   A student shall be required to replace or pay any damage he/she has caused.

13.  Students who commit major offenses may be suspended, dropped or expelled from school. (See list of MAJOR OFFENSES).

14.   Violations of rules and regulations not included in the list of major offenses are considered minor, thus making the offenders punishable by temporary suspension from classes or other disciplinary measures.

15.   Students violating the disciplinary rules and policies set by the advisers or subject teachers are subjected to disciplinary measures according to the discretion of the adviser or subject teacher.

16.   Silence and order (One line – Keep right policy) must be kept in going to and from the classrooms, library, laboratories and corridors.

17.   No student may be called out of class except when called or upon presentation of an official permit signed either by the Principal, Academics Coordinator, Student Affairs Coordinator, Prefect of Discipline, or Student Development and Placement Center (SDPC) Counselor.

18.   Students who need to go to the clinic, offices, or receive a phone call must first ask permission from the classroom teacher then present a ‘Return Slip’ upon returning to the classroom.

19.   Students who need to go back to school after a half-day classes to do projects, research, practices, etc., should be in complete uniforms (with ID), otherwise they will not be allowed to enter the campus.

20.   All students should be out of the school campus by 5:30pm. Students who need to do projects, research, practices, plays, etc., should secure first a permit or authorization letter signed by the principal or Students Affairs Coordinator.

21.   The Excuse Slip section on this brochure is to be used only for absences made by the student for  one (1) day or more  or half day (Morning and Afternoon)

22.   All Students must TURN OFF their cellular phones before entering their classrooms.  Any violation thereof will be dealt with accordingly.

a.       First offense       - the cellular phone will be confiscated by the teacher concerned and turned over to the Principal’s office. It can be redeemed after a week.

b.      Second offense - the cellular phone will be confiscated by the teacher concerned and turned over to the Principal’s office. It can be redeemed after 2 weeks.

c.       Third Offense   - the cellular phone will be confiscated by the teacher concerned and turned over to the Principal’s office. It can be redeemed at the end of the school year.

23.   All students are required to bring their BROCHURE to school everyday.  Only one copy of the brochure may be issued to a student.  In the event of loss, the Office of the Principal should be notified immediately.

24.   Students must avoid or refrain from wearing expensive jewelry, such as bracelet, necklace, watches, etc.

25.   Students are not allowed to wear colored contact lens.




          The SSC-R, Cañacao campus considers the following as Most Serious Offenses which may subject the guilty party to suspension, exclusion, or expulsion (as provided by the Department of Education) after due process.




        The following table is merely a general guideline on the appropriate disciplinary measures to be given to any student who commits a violation.  It does not limit the rights of the school granted to it by law to penalize erring students.  The investigating body may recommend and the administration may impose sanctions for offenses that violate the School Rules and Regulations and that of Department of Education even if such offenses are not listed in this table.



                                Frequency of Occurrence                                             Sanctions


                                 1st                                                                         1   -      Warning

                                 2nd                                                                         2   -      Reprimand

                                 3rd                                                                          3   -      Suspension *

                                 4th                                                                          4   -      Exclusion/ Dropping

                                                                                                                                 or Dismissal

                                 5th                                                                          5   -      Expulsion


* The number of days of  suspension will be based on the gravity of the offense and will depend on the discretion of the Prefect of Discipline and Students Affair Coordinator upon the approval of the Principal. (MAXIMUM  no. of days of suspension  -   10  days)



Nature of Violation                                                                        Occurrence and Sanction

                                                                                                                                1st           2nd          3rd           4th                                                                          

1.    Loitering/making unnecessary noise                              

        in the school building especially  during

        class hours.                                                                                 1              2              3    


2.    Failure to wear proper uniform or

attire.                                                                                                            1              2              3


3.    Skipping/Cutting classes                                                       1              2              3


4.   Wearing of earrings, bangles and

         tattoos, caps inside the campus or while

        they are in school uniform.*                                                               1              2              3


5.   Wearing of excessive accessories that

        would outmode or defeat  the  school

        uniform.                                                                                                      1              2              3


6.   Wearing of make-up, nail polish, high-

        heeled shoes (more than 1 inch high)

        except on special occasions.                                                               1              2              3


7.    Repeated acts of insubordination to 

    School Authorities in-charge of

        looking after students’ welfare.                                        2              3


8.    Expressing contempt or ridicule of any

        religious faith.                                                                                           2              3


9.    Habitual disregard of established

        policies and regulations.                                                       2              3


10. Gambling in  any  form  in  the  school

        or during  school activities/functions.                                              2              3


11. Conduct unbecoming of a Sebastinian

        during programs, mass, convocations,

        and other similar school activities.                                    2              3


12. Verbal and non-verbal bullying of fellow

Sebastinians.                                                                                             2              3


13. Public display of affection (holding hands,

embracing, “beso-beso,” improper physical

contact, etc.)                                                                                             2              3 


*Confiscated bangles, caps and earrings (boys) should be redeemed by the parents or guardian.

Nature of Violation                                                                        Occurrence and Sanction

                                                                                                                        1st           2nd          3rd           4th          


14. Smoking inside the campus or at off–campus

        school functions and activities or caught

        smoking while wearing school uniform.                         3              4              5


15. Playing computer/video games, going to

        movie houses, disco, billiard joints, and

        other places of entertainment while in                                         

        school uniform.                                                                                        2              3              4


16. Utilization of ID other than his/her own.                        2              3              4


17. Holding social events or off-campus

activities in the name of the school without

permission from the Principal’s Office.                           2              3              4              5


18. Fighting or inciting a fight; brawling in campus

        and at school functions.                                                        3              4


19. Disrespect to the teacher (insulting, ridiculing,

        expressing negative disposition, or anything similar                                                   

        that will offend the teacher)               .                                               3              4


20. Cheating (taking possession of a book or notes 

        during  the  examination in order to secure answers

        and/or communicating with others to give or

        receive information) in daily quizzes, unit  test 

        or periodic test.*                                                                                     3              4


 21. Vandalism or destruction of school property/facilities,

        belongings of any member of the faculty, admi-

        nistration, non-teaching staff, or visitors; writing

        on walls, chairs, tables, etc.                                                 3              4              5   


22. Threatening or preventing any student or school

        personnel  from entering the school premises,

        attending classes or discharging their duties.               3              4              5


23. Stealing in any form as well as misappropriation

        of money or property belonging to other

        student, superior or the school.                                        3              4              5


24. Possession and/or distribution of liquor (beer and

        other native alcoholic beverages) within the school

        campus or its vicinity or at official off-campus

        functions and activities; coming to school drunk.       3              4              5


* As an additional sanction, the student will be given a score of zero in the  particular test, and a conduct grade of 65 in the particular subject.


Nature of Violation                                                                        Occurrence and Sanction

                                                                                                                        1st           2nd          3rd           4th          


25. Formation of or membership in any organization

        (e.g. fraternity or sorority )not duly recognized

        and approved by the administration.                                              3              4              5


26.  Immoral Conduct

a.          Possession and/or distribution of

immoral publications, articles, videos

pictures, MMS, SMS.                                                  3              4              5

b.         Use of obscene language as to cause

public censure.                                                                             3              4              5

c.     Homosexual tendencies that cause

        public censure                                                                               3              4              5

d.         Moral misbehavior such as kissing,

necking, petting, and  other  serious 

sexual displays in the campus.                                               3              4              5


27. Making , publishing or  circulating  false

        and unfounded  information  that  would

        defame the  school,  its  officials,   faculty

        members and/or  students.                                                                3              4              5


28. Any act made within or outside the school

        that will defame the reputation of the school.            3              4              5


29. Abusive behavior or gross disrespect in word

or in deed which tends to put any member of

the  faculty,   administration or non-teaching

staff  (clerical staff, disciplinary officers, security

guards and maintenance) in ridicule contempt.          3              4              5             


30. Hazing which is an act that injures, degrades

        or disgraces  any  fellow  student  or    person

attending the  school  whether  it   is  a  mere

        conspiracy or active participation.                                     4              5


31. Carrying or possessing firearms, deadly

      weapons  (this excludes students engaged  in

        instruments as knives,  scissors, and  the like.)

        and explosives (firecrackers , pyrotechnics)

        while inside the premises of the school.                        4              5


32. Hooliganism; assaulting a teacher or any other

        school authority or students.                                                              4              5



33. Forging or tampering school records or transfer

        forms; securing forged  transfer credentials.                               4              5


34. Possession, distribution or illegal use of drugs

        falling under the Narcotics Law                                          4              5





Violation of the rules and regulations not included in the list of major offenses are considered less serious, thus making the offenders punishable by temporary suspension from classes or other disciplinary measures.  The suspension from classes or disciplinary measures will depend on the discretion of the Prefect of Discipline with the approval of the Students Affairs Coordinator.






                Any violations of the standing provision on “ Discipline “ ,    General Rules and Regulations “  and    Most Serious Offenses “  as stated in the Students Brochure shall follow through the following courses of actions:


1.   All violations inside the classroom shall immediately be reported/transmitted to the Prefect of Discipline by a written statement of the violation(s) committed by the student(s) duly signed by the teacher noting the violation(s).


2.  All violations committed inside and outside the campus (during school function) noted by the teacher concerned shall likewise be written in a clear statement duly signed and transmitted to the Prefect of Discipline thru the Students Affairs Coordinator for proper imposition of actions.


3.  A written report of investigation shall be established by the Prefect of Discipline thru the Students Affairs Coordinator when the offender commits a serious or gross violation.  The appropriate sanction will be given to the erring student(s) after due process and confinement to the parents or guardian.


4.     All written statement of any gross violation and suspension letters should be forwarded to the Principal’s Office after notifying the parents or guardians of the offender.


5.     All pertinent information regarding committed violation(s) shall be classified information to protect the right of any student to privacy.


6. Any violation without proper endorsement to the Principal through a formally written statement shall be considered “hearsay“ and may be regarded as defamatory and therefore cannot entail proper action.


7. For any serious offenses, the Principal may confer with the Development Counselor, Prefect of Discipline, and Students Affairs Coordinator prior to any disciplinary action.


8. The Office of the Principal, Development Counselor, Prefect of Discipline and Students Affairs Coordinator shall establish “Implementing Guidelines“ applicable to students who violate school rules and regulations, and shall utilize these implementing guidelines in the discharge of their functions in the imposition of all disciplinary measures and actions.


9. Parents/guardians who wish to appeal to the decision of the Principal after deliberation of any gross or serious violation and in the imposition of suspension or dismissal, may go to proper authorities and may request for re-investigation of the violation.  Any decision after re-investigation and due process will be final.





Any student whose performance is unsatisfactory shall be placed under disciplinary probation:


a.      Students with poor rating in conduct in any subject.

b.     Habitual tardiness, cutting classes and absences.

c.      Any student who has committed an offense punishable by suspension will be placed on probation the next term.

d.     Any student who is enrolled on probation due to disciplinary infractions will be dismissed the moment he commits any offense punishable by suspension.

e.      Any student who has already been suspended will be dropped from the roll the second time he commits a similar offense depending on the gravity of the offense.







Morning Prayer


                a. Morning prayer is recited everyday before the start of the flag ceremony.

b.  Morning prayer is to be recited with devotion and respect.


           Flag Ceremony


a.   The flag ceremony is held everyday before classes start.

b.      All students should attend the flag ceremony. 

c.       As soon as the bell rings, all students should proceed to the assembly area.

d.   Lines should be in order and the students must observe strict silence.

e.   Students should put down their books, notebooks, bags, etc. before

 the morning prayer starts.

f.    Everybody is required to stand at full attention while the Philippine

      National Anthem is being sung and the Patriotic Pledge is being


g.  Students shall remain in their respective line formations until the subject

      teachers accompany them to their classrooms.

h.   Order should be maintained in going to the classroom after the flag




a.       Students should remain standing at attention until the teacher comes in, prayer follows, the students greet the teacher and should remain standing until the teacher responds and gives the signal to sit down.

b.      Prayer shall be said before and after the class.




a.    Students should line up and move quietly to the assembly area.

b.    Whether seated or standing, students should maintain silence.

c.     Whether during prayer or flag ceremony, students should stand straight and at attention.

d.    When there are speakers, everyone should listen and avoid conversation with others.

e.    If there is a need to applaud, it should be done moderately.  Catcalls are very unbecoming of Sebastinians.

f.     Returning to the classrooms should be done by line and quietly.




a.    At the sound of the bell, the teacher should give his summarizing statements, the students stand up, pray, and the teacher leaves.

b.    The students should stand when the next teacher comes in.

c.   After about five minutes, and the teacher does not appear, the class president should properly inform the Office of the Principal.

d.    Before the start of each period, the teacher and the students say prayers together.  There should be complete silence before starting the prayers

e.    The teacher then greets the class; the class responds then sits when the signal is given.




a.    After the teacher’s summarizing statements, the students may prepare their things.  Students delegated with routine tasks will make sure that their tasks are done.

b.    Prayers will then be said.

c.  The students will leave the classroom in single file, not rush to the door in a disorderly manner.

d.  The teacher should see to it that no student would be left inside the classrooms, lights and electric fans are off, blackboards are cleaned and chairs are arranged before leaving.


6.     CURFEW


All students should be out of the school campus by 5:30 P.M.  No high school student may remain in the campus after this time, unless prior authorization is secured.




a.      Any movement from the classroom to another place of activity will be done always with lining-up and in silence.

b.      All lines will follow the order of height from the smallest to the tallest.

c.      The class president and vice-president will supervise the lining-up and movement at all times making sure that the alignment and silence are maintained.

d.      The teacher will always accompany the class and make sure that these procedures are strictly followed.




Tasks like turning off of lights, turning off of electric fans, putting armchairs into order, cleaning the blackboards, etc. may be delegated to the students but with proper supervision from the teachers.




a.      Collection of paper or things to be passed will be done in the following manner: starting from the last student in each row, the sheets of paper are passed forward.  Then, they are passed from right to left.  After which, the first student in the left row will stand up to give them to the teacher.  No other student should stand up while passing the paper.

b.      Teachers may give back the paper in an orderly manner possible.




a.      Any form of asking permission/speaking to the teacher or to the whole class should be done with the signal of raising the hand while seated down.

b.      No student may just say anything out loud without first being acknowledged by the teacher.




a.      Authorized school visitors who enter the classroom should be accorded due courtesy.  This is demonstrated by standing at attention and greeting the visitors appropriately.





a.      Each homeroom class must have a seat plan.

b.      The seat plan is a permanent seating order for faster attendance checking and for determining responsibility for markings on the desks.

c.      Changes in the seat plan may be done only by the homeroom adviser with the advice of the subject teachers at most once every quarter.




a.    The class monitor will take charge of checking the attendance of the class and indicate it in the form provided.

b.    The teacher will re-check the attendance, put it in his/her record and sign the form as approval.




  1. Students who feel they are misunderstood, wrongly blamed, etc., should give their explanation to the teacher after class, privately and respectfully, never publicly nor defiantly.
  2. When answering a question, the student should stand properly and answer clearly and respectfully.
  3. No student is to leave his seat for any reason without the expressed permission of the classroom teacher.
  4. If for good reason a student is sent out of class, he should report immediately to the Office of the Principal.
  5. Students must respect the person, reputation and possessions of the administration, faculty, staff, maintenance and fellow students.  Moreover, students are prohibited to write on walls, desks, tables and other materials on campus.
  6. Students must refrain from entering the classroom (while there is no teacher inside) during recess time and noon break.  Students should not loiter along the corridors during recess time.
  7. Loud, forced and boisterous laughter and other disturbing noise do not befit Sebastinians anytime, anywhere.

8.        All students must refrain from quarreling, ridiculing others, fighting or being willing accomplices to such misconduct on or off campus.





            The policies, rules, regulations, academic and behavioral standards embodied in this student handbook, as well as the policies formulated by San Sebastian College-Recoletos de Cavite, are based on and in conformity with the orders and provisions issued by the Department of Education and by the pertinent laws of the country.


                Some of the regulations, circulars and directives are mentioned in this student handbook.




            “All educational institutions shall teach the rights and duties of citizenship, strengthen ethical and spiritual values, develop moral character and personal discipline.”


1987 Philippine Constitution Art. IV Sec. 2




“A college has a dual responsibility to its students. One is to provide opportunities for learning and the other is to help them grow and develop into mature, responsible, effective and worthy citizens of the community. Discipline is one of the means to carry out the second responsibility.”


                “The establishment of an educational institution requires promulgation of regulations for the maintenance of an orderly educational environment conducive to learning.”

  Supreme Court of the Philippines

(Angeles et al vs. Rafael Sison et al,

GR No. L-45551, February 16, 1982)




            “Every private school shall maintain good discipline inside the school campus as well as outside the school premises when pupils or students are engaged in activities authorized by the school.”

Manual of Regulations for Private Schools Art. XIV Sec 74



“The school, its administrators and teachers, or the individual, entity or   institution engaged in child care shall have special parental authority and    responsibility over the minor child while under their supervision, instruction or custody. Authority and responsibility shall apply to all authorized activities whether inside or outside the premises of the school, entity or institution.” 


The New Family Code, Art. 218




“School officials and academic personnel shall have the right to impose   appropriate and reasonable disciplinary measures in case of minor offenses or infractions of good school discipline committed in their presence. However, no cruel or physical punishment shall be imposed against any pupil or student.”


Manual of Regulations for Private Schools


Art. XIV Sec. 75





            “When the offenses committed is serious and circumstances so warrant, the school head shall cause the filing of the corresponding administrative action against the erring pupil or student. No sanction shall be applied upon any pupil or student except for the cause as defined in the rules and regulations of the school or in this Manual, and after due process shall have been observed. The punishment shall be commensurate to the nature and gravity of the offense.”

Manual of Regulations for Private Schools


Art. XIV Sec. 76





            “The three categories of disciplinary administrative sanctions for serious offenses or violation of school rules and regulations which may be applied upon an erring pupil or students are: Suspension, Exclusion and Expulsion.”


1.) SUSPENSION. Suspension is a penalty in which the school is allowed to deny or deprive an erring pupil or student of attendance in classes for a period not exceeding twenty (20) percent of the prescribed class days for the school year or term.


The decision of the school on every case involving the penalty of suspension which exceeds twenty (20) days for a school year or term shall be forwarded to the Regional Office concerned within ten (10) days from the termination of the investigation of each case for its information.


a.)    PUNITIVE SUSPENSION.  Punitive suspension refers to the school’s prevention of a student from attending class and thus from taking any examinations, quizzes and graded recitations given during the specified period. Since he is not excused from these graded work, he shall be given a failing mark for not having taken them; nor will be given special examinations to make up for them later, as that would grant him an advantage over his more scrupulous classmates.


b.)    PREVENTIVE SUSPENSION. A pupil or student under investigation of a case involving the penalty of expulsion may be preventively suspended from entering the school premises if the evidence of guilt is strong and the school head is morally convinced that the continued stay of the pupil or student during the period of the investigation constitutes a distraction to the normal operation of the school or poses a risk or danger to the life of persons and property of the school.


2.)    EXCLUSION. Exclusion is a penalty which the school is allowed to exclude or drop the name of the erring pupil or student from the school rolls for being undesirable and transfer credentials immediately issued. A summary investigation shall have been conducted and no prior approval by the department is required in the imposition of the penalty.


                The decision of the school on every case involving the penalty of the exclusion from the rolls together with the pertinent papers thereof shall be filed in the school for a period of one year in order to afford the Department the opportunity to review the case in the event an appeal is taken by the party concerned.


3.) EXPULSION. Expulsion is an extreme penalty on an erring pupil or student consisting of his exclusion from admission to any public or private school in the Philippines and which requires the prior approval of the Secretary of education. The penalty may be imposed for acts or offenses constituting gross misconduct, dishonesty, hazing, carrying  deadly weapons, immorality, selling and/ or possession of prohibited drugs such as marijuana, drug dependency, drunkenness, hooliganism,  vandalism, and other serious school offenses such as assaulting a pupil or student or school personnel, instigating or leading illegal strikes or similar concerted activities resulting in the stoppage of classes, preventing or threatening any pupil or student or school personnel from entering the school premises or attending classes or discharging their duties, forging or tampering school records or school forms, and securing or using forged school records, forms and documents.


      The decision of the school on every case involving the penalty of the expulsion, together with the supporting papers shall be forwarded to the Regional Office concerned within ten (10) days from the termination of the investigation of each case.




            “Every private school shall have the right to promulgate reasonable norms,       rules and regulations it may deem necessary and consistent with the provisions of the Manual for the maintenance of good discipline and attendance. Such rules and regulations shall be effective as of the date of promulgation and notification to students in an appropriate issuance or publication.”

Manual of regulations for Private Schools


Art. XIV Sec. 78





                “A pupil or student in a private school who incurs absences of more than twenty percent (20%) of prescribed number of class or laboratory periods during the school year or term should be given a failing grade and given no credit for the course or subject. However, the school may adopt an attendance policy to govern absences of its students who belong to the upper half of their respective classes. Furthermore, the school head may at his discretion and in the individual case exempt a student who exceeds the twenty percent (20%) limit for reasons considered valid and acceptable to the school.”
As amended by DECS Order No.35,


Series of 1993; 07 June 1993




1.)     “Department of Education strictly prohibits the organization of fraternities and sororities at the elementary and secondary levels both public and private.”

DECS Order No. 20, s. 1991




2.)    “Students and pupils in all schools shall enjoy the right to form, establish, join and participate in organizations and societies RECOGNIZED  by the school to foster their intellectual, cultural, spiritual and physical growth and development, or to form, establish, join and maintain organizations and societies for purposes not contrary to law.

Dizon, Dr. Amado C., “Education Act


1982: Annotated, Expanded & Updated,”

1990 Ed., p. 27



3.)     “The school has every right to exclude from its premises any student who supports by overt acts any organizations or society, whether, open or secret, which requires or tolerates acts of violence or affronts to personal dignity in any form on any person as part of initiation rites of other organization or society activities.”

Bernas, Fr. Joaquin G., “Schools and


the Right of Association,”

20 March 1991



4.)     In order to deter violence among Fraternities the following sanctions shall be strictly carried out:


4A. Automatic expulsion of any fraternity member for:

a.       starting or taking the offensive action that clearly provokes


b.      carrying of knives, sticks, pipes, guns and other deadly

weapons in schools;

c.       extortion.


     4B. Sixty (60) days suspension of all officers of a fraternity found guilty of starting action that will provoke violence.


     4C. Suspension of guilty fraternity for one year for the first offense

            and permanent ban for the next offense.

CHED Order No. 4, s. 1995






                “For the purpose of imposing the provisions of Articles II and III of this Act, all school heads, supervisors, and teachers shall be deemed to be persons in authority and such are hereby vested with the power to apprehend, arrest, or cause the apprehension or arrest of any person who shall violate any of the said provisions. They shall be considered as persons in authority if they are in school or within its immediate vicinity, or beyond such vicinity if they are in attendance at any school or class function in their official capacity as school heads, supervisors or teacher.”


                “Any teacher or school employee who discovers or finds that any person in the school or within its immediate vicinity is violating provision of Art. I and III of this Act shall have the duty to report the matter to the proper authorities. Failure to report either case shall, after due hearing, constitute cause for disciplinary action.”

Dangerous Act of 1972


Republic Act No. 6425

Art. V Sec. 28

Heads, Supervisors and Teachers of Schools





            “ The enrollment of pupils or students in every private school shall be      conducted during the registration days indicated on the approved calendar and the pertinent procedures of the school subject to the following rules:


1.)    When a student registers in a school, it is understood that he is enrolling for the entire year for elementary and secondary course.


2.)    Aside from the specified registration period, a pupil or student may enroll and admitted in accordance with the reasonable rules of the school for late enrollment but which, in no case, shall exceed two weeks after the opening classes.


Manual of Regulations for Private Schools

Art. XV Sec. 62






                “A student who transfers or otherwise withdraws in writing within two weeks after the beginning of classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition and other school fees in full or for any length longer than one month may be charged ten percent (10%) of the total amount due for the term if he/ she withdraws within the first week of classes; or twenty percent (20%) if within the second week of classes, regardless of whether or not he/she has actually attended classes. However, if the transfer or withdraw is due to a justifiable reason, the student shall be charged the pertinent fees only up to and including the last month of attendance.





            The school encourages, as a privilege, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for the optimum development of the students’ potentials. It seeks to foster in students a just appreciation of the school goals and objectives, prepare students to assume meaningful roles, develop the personality and character through logical thinking and communication, inculcate in students the social and cultural value and develop in students wholesome civic consciousness to prepare them for intelligent citizenship.


                Such goals of our school are based on the Rights of Students in School (Sec. 9), of the Education Act of 1982 (“The right to form, establish, join and participate in organizations and societies recognized by the school to foster their intellectual, cultural, spiritual and physical growth and development, or to form, establish, join and maintain organizations and societies for purposes not contrary to law.”).


                To realize the objectives, the school offers various activities like leadership training, Intramural games, educational tours, regular features like Buwan ng Wika, Bible Week, Science Week, English Club performances (declamation and oratorical contests), etc.


A.     Student Organizations


The school encourages the formation of organizations/clubs so long as they are geared towards academic fulfillment. Among the duly recognized organizations of the school and its respective objectives are:


Ø  Student Council – develop harmonious relations among the school administration, faculty and students, and improve the students’ leadership skills; serve as a model to the different high school organizations and promote the true essence of being a Sebastinian through discipline.

Ø  Dance and Drama Club (DDC) – train the singing, dancing and acting abilities of its members through workshops, concerts and stage plays; inculcate among its members the importance of developing one’s talent for the glory of God and for the service of mankind.

Ø  English Club – focus on activities that encourage promotion of English as an important subject in making the students globally competitive.

Ø  Guhit Sebastino – develop among the Sebastinians their innate artistry by letting them bring out their colorful ideas and imaginations and utilizing various mediums in order to illustrate the realities of life in proclaiming the wonderful things which God has created

Ø  Kapisanan ng Diwa at Panitikan (KaDiPan) – malinang ang mga kakayahan at talento ng mga mag-aaral ukol sa Wikang Filipino at iwasang mawaglit sa puso ng bawat mag-aaral ang pagmamahal sa sariling wika.

Ø  Peer Facilitators – (an extension arm of the High School Development and Placement Center) committed in the service of reaching out to fellow students in the assistance of personal, social and emotional growth and development as a unique individual.

Ø  Sebastinian Com Tech (SebComTech) – expand the knowledge of the students in modern technology specifically computers.

Ø  Sebastinian Echo – develop the students’ skills in writing articles, editing, photojournalism, lay outing and other related areas in Journalism.

Ø  Sebastinian Exponents – develop the students’ numerical and critical thinking skills in Mathematics.

Ø  Sebastinian Historical Society (SHS) – help the students know the importance of the past, understand the present and prepare for the future.

Ø  Sebastinian Sports Club – develop skills in sports so that students will become more athletic and physically fit.

Ø  Sebastinian Zephim – enhance the students’ skills in Science by holding  Science-related activities; make the students aware of the role of Science in the development of their well being.

Ø  Student Catholic Action – develop the religious well being of the members to become instruments for propagating the Christian faith.

Ø  Campus Ministry Organizations:

a.       Confraternity of the Augustinian Recollect Altar Servers (CARAS) – serve the Lord by assisting the priest at the altar in every Eucharistic celebration, and encourage the response to God’s call among male students to become a priest.

b.      Lectors and Commentators Guild – promote stewardship within the community and among students who have the desire and talent to become instruments of God by assisting the congregation in a prayerful and meaningful celebration of the Liturgy of the Word and by sharing their faith in the Word of God.

c.       One Voice Choir (OVC) – lead and encourage the community to actively participate during the Mass through singing, for the glory of God.

d.      Recollect Augustinian Youth (RAY) – pray, support and work for the Church particularly by promoting religious and priestly vocations.


B.     Regulations For Student Organizations


1.      Only the duly recognized student organizations are allowed to function inside the school.

2.      Students may join student organizations duly recognized by the school.

3.      No activity shall be held inside or outside the campus without the prior

                        written approval from the Principal’s Office.

4.      No student organization should participate in outside-of the-school

                        activities without proper approval from the school authorities.

5.      Organizations formed without the approval of the School Administration shall be dealt with accordingly.

6.      Fund raising campaigns are allowed only when explicit written permission is obtained from the Principal’s Office.

7.      The use of classrooms and other school facilities needs prior written

                        approval by the Property Custodian.

8.      All organizations are required to submit a report of activities and financial     statement to the Principal’s Office at the end of the school year.

9.      Clearance from the Principal’s Office and/or the Dean of Student Affairs Office must be obtained for the posting of notices or announcements and for distribution of any reading materials within the premises of the school. Posting of notices or announcements is to be made on school bulletin boards and reading materials should indicate authorship or sponsorship.




A. Development Services


The school offers guidance services to its students. Students who need assistance in their academic, vocational, social, emotional or personal problems are encouraged to visit the Student Development and Placement Center and avail of the following services:


1.       Individual Inventory - Helps the individual develop into the person he is capable of becoming by providing a synthesis of information about the individual that he/she can use alone or in consort with others in social context to gain understanding of himself/herself, as he is potentially capable of becoming.


2.       Counseling Service - The primary concern of the Counseling Service is the development of the person. It is provided to help each individual achieve optimum growth and development as person capable of self-direction, sound decision and self-understanding.


3.       Information Service - Assists the individual to become the person he is capable of becoming by helping him know and appreciate the real world of work in which he will be expected to function. The information service helps each individual understand the options open to him for education, training and educational pursuits.


4.       Career Development Service - Assists each learner to become actively involved in a positive way in his decision-making. Seniors are given assistance in choosing their professions, vocations or special fields of studies.


5.       Evaluation and Follow Up Service - The Student Development and Development and Placement Center conducts evaluation, follow-up counseling and researches to improve development services.


B. Campus Ministry




The Campus Ministry Office is an arm of the Institution to make the transforming presence of CHRIST felt in the academe. It is engaged in organizing and facilitating faith-enriching activities.


As the HEART of the Recollect Educational Apostolate, the CMO aims at enlivening the spirit among the members of the Sebastinian Family in order to bring about a community of one mind and one heart intent upon God.


The Campus Ministry exists to serve the students, the teaching and non-teaching personnel, administrators of the University and to extend services as well, in as much as it can, to the needs of the local Church and the community.




It is our duty to foster a Christo-centric community in the Augustinian Recollect Spirituality and charism by achieving the following activities:


  • To program, foster and facilitate activities geared towards the spiritual growth of the Sebastinians.
  • To integrate the Augustinian Recollect Spirituality which embraces community life, friendship, study, work and prayer among others into such activities.
  • To serve as unifying factor among the different offices and departments in matter of integral human and spiritual development.
  • To inspire, encourage and foster active participation in liturgical celebrations and religious devotions and faith-related activities organized either by the school or by the local Church.
  • To build ecclesial communities within the campus for social transformation.




  1. FORMATIVE APPROACH which includes seminars, recollections, retreats, growth group sessions, symposia, lecture and panel discussion
  2. PASTORAL APPROACH which includes community service, outreach programs, peer counseling, vocation promotion and catechesis
  3. LITURGICAL APPROACH which includes Sacraments, prayer service, Bible sharing, extra-liturgy, celebration of feast days and devotional worship
  4. PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH which includes Bible Study, publication of a newsletter, pre-sacramental instruction and film and slide analysis
  5. SOCIAL APPROACH which includes educational trips, outings and pilgrimages


C.     Health Services


Medical Health Services


1.      Annual complete physical examination.

2.       Free consultation and medical advice on any illnesses or medical conditions that require treatment.

3.       Free medicine to students having minor ailments.

4.       Injections for immunizations in emergency cases upon the request of family physicians and other health agencies for continuance of prescribed medication.

5.       Anti-drug abuse campaign.


Dental Health Services


1.       Promotion of Oral Health

2.       Specific Protection: oral prophylaxis, proper method of tooth brushing.

3.       Curative Services: emergency dental treatment such as oral prophylaxis when necessary, temporary and permanent filling, prompt referral to a specialist.


D. Physical Facilities


1.    Library

                An air-conditioned library is situated at the second floor of the building to give the students an opportunity for study and research. Students are bound to follow the library rules and regulations indicated in the library access card, which serves as a pass for the use of the library and its resources.

                The library is open from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM during weekdays only.


2.    Chapel

                Students are encouraged to visit the school chapel regularly. It is located at the ground floor of the building’s right wing.


3.    Science Laboratory

                A well-equipped laboratory is situated at the fourth floor of the building to serve all students with Science subjects with laboratory work. Laboratory facilities and equipment are complete and well maintained. The laboratory is also well ventilated.


4.    Computer Laboratories

                The two air-conditioned computer laboratories are located at the second floor of the Cañacao Building just across the High School Library. Each laboratory is composed of a multimedia projector and 45 computer units connected via local area network.


5.    Internet Laboratory

                An air-conditioned Internet laboratory is located at the second floor beside Computer Laboratory 2. It is equipped with computer units solely for Internet use. Students and faculty members may use the laboratory free of charge.


6.    Audio Visual Rooms

                Air-conditioned audiovisual rooms are situated at the third and fourth floors. The AV1 is equipped with television sets, VHS and DVD players, LCD projector and sound facilities for film viewing and multimedia applications while AV2 has a television set, DVD player and an overhead projector to be used for lectures.

7.   Speech Laboratory

An air-conditioned speech laboratory is located at the third floor of the building. It has 40 student panels, DVD player and two-deck cassette player to facilitate overall speech improvement.


8.   Auditorium

                An air-conditioned auditorium is located at the fourth floor of the building. This is utilized for more orderly and convenient implementation of the school’s program of activities. It is equipped with LCD projector, lights and sound facilities.


9.    Recoletos 4th Centennial Gymnasium

                The gym, which can accommodate about 3,500 people, is designed to be a fitting venue for athletics and cultural performances.


10.  Bookstore

                The bookstore sells classroom teaching and learning aids, school supplies and books at minimal cost. It is located at the ground floor of the building for the convenience of the students.


11.  Canteen

                A canteen is provided to meet the nutritional needs of the students, faculty members and personnel of the college. The canteen is located at the ground floor of the building’s left wing.

12. Home Economics Laboratory

                The Home Economics Laboratory of the high school department is located on the second floor of the building adjacent to the Computer Laboratory and the schools Library. It is open from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily with noon break and is open from 8:00 AM to 12:00nn during Saturdays. The laboratory itself represents a simple house, wherein one can have a look of the different rooms like the living room, bedroom, dining area, kitchen and comfort room. It has also sewing area.  

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