High School Department
ADMISSION AND RE-ADMISSION
Admission to Pilar College High School Department is granted with a definite understanding that the student and his parents or guardian agree in writing to apply with scholastic standards of the school and its rules and regulations.
The school reserves the right, whenever necessary an expedient to treat violations of the school rules and regulations in accordance with the Christian system of discipline and guidance. The right to dismiss any student for poor scholastic work or school conduct unbecoming of a Pilarist is likewise reserved to the school authorities.
New Secondary Education Curriculum (NSEC)/ K-12 Curriculum
Admission to the High School Department depends on the credentials presented, examination results and interview of the applicant.
- Applicant must have completed the intermediate course with satisfactory grades in all subjects. (for First year applicants.)
- Satisfactory rating in achievement test in Math, English, and oral Reading
- Submit the following Requirements:
- Form 138 (Report Card)
- Letter of recommendation attesting to the applicant’s good moral character from the Principal/Guidance Counselor or Adviser in former school.
- Birth certificate (NSO)
- 2 pcs 2×2 ID pictures
- Satisfactory result in the interview as conducted by the admission committee.
- Physically fit
- Should sign a Probationary Contract for one year.
- New students and transferees are required to attend the orientation
Secondary Science Curriculum (SSC)
Pilar College offered the Science curriculum starting School Year 1999-2000 to answer the demands of time of having Science-oriented citizens who can be competitive in the global market.
The Science class has a different curricular program, which needs hard work and higher intellectual ability. In order for a student to qualify in the Science has he/she should meet the following:
- For incoming First Year
- Must be an honor student and or has an average grade of 88% and above in Grade VI.
- Must have an average grade of 88% in Mathematics and Science in the final quarter.
- Must be recommended by the Guidance Office of Pilar College and have passed the interview.
- Must pass the qualifying test in Mathematics and Science.
- For one to continue of being in the Science class He/She
- Must have no grade lower than 83%in Science and Math in the final quarter
- Must have an average grade of 88% and above
- Must have no grade lower than 80 in any subject in the final quarter
- In case one is not qualified in the Science class, he/she will be recommended for transfer to the NSEC(New Secondary Education Curriculum) Class
- The selection of academic awardees will only be in the Science class.
- The Academic Council reserves the right to recommend a student to be in the Science Curriculum or disqualify a student from the Science Curriculum after a thorough deliberation.
Admission of Old Students
- Present Report Card
- A student who fails in two (2) subjects has to take summer classes as per recommendation by the School Registrar. Promoting to next year level will be based on his/her satisfactory marks during the summer. Failure to take summer classes would mean taking same failure for the whole year.
- A student who fails in any subject equivalent to three (3) or more units will be advised to transfer to another school.
- A student with behavioral problems is required to submit a special contract signed by a lawyer.
- Students who transferred to another school or dropped and would like to come back may be re-admitted by passing the norms of admission for new students.
Additional Requirements for Foreign Students
- Comply with general requirements
- Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)
- Study Permit
- Transferees are accepted in the grade 10 with the following guidelines:
- GPA of 85%
- With an average IQ
- Pass the interview
- Submit the NCAE result
- Submit a medical certificate
- Certificate of good moral character
- Permanent record (Form 138) a month after
- A student who seeks admission must present his Form- 138 or its equivalent and a certification eligibility to transfer from the school last attended.
- Must have grades not lower than 83% in all subjects.
Classification of Students: Students are grouped heterogeneously.