Basic Education Programs

Too often, educators and stakeholders experience the publication of school performance data with fear, confusion and skepticism: what do these data mean? How is our school really doing? What should I do next to help the students in our school do even better? To some extent, our healthy and appropriate adherence to the belief that no one metric can describe a school’s performance is a root cause of this confusion. In short, making meaning of school performance data is not simple, straightforward, or easy.

As educators know well, measuring school performance is both an art and a science. While the school performance reports bring attention to important student outcome, we collect data about other essential elements of a school, such as the provision of opportunities to participate and excel in extra-curricular activities.

Our goal is to support the continuous growth and development by monitoring our students.

Curricular Activities

Inside our classrooms, we explore and develop a culture of science where students are honed to be scientifically, technologically, environmentally literate, and productive member of society. Another curricular activity that we have is the library time – we provide the venue for effective and profound learning environment.

Extra-Curricular Activities

Staff Development Program

The faculty development program is designed to support the faculty of AMEC in upgrading their professional growth through attendance at seminars / conferences or in pursuing graduate studies and other similar special studies. At least one professional growth goal should be developed collaboratively. Professional growth goals should facilitate the translation of growth needs identified through self-reflection and other processes into areas of focus to strengthen their competencies in the identified growth areas.  This goal should become the focus of professional growth activities, support, and on-going reflection.

It is the totality of student experiences that occur in the educational process.  It refers specifically to a planned sequence of instruction or to a view of the student’s experiences in terms of the educator’s or schools instructional goals. Curriculum may incorporate the planned interaction of students with instructional content, materials, resources and processes for evaluating the attainment of educational objectives.

School Calendar

JAN FEB MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE
Third quarter exam School Career Guidance Fourth Quarter Exam Recognition and Completion Rites Ceremony INSET Training Seminar World Environment Day
Parent-Teacher Conference Bantay Puso Week Selection of Honors Brigada Eskwela Election of Club Officers
Barangay Career Guidance Grand Ball ID/Physical Exam
National Festival Talents

JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC
Induction Ceremony First Quarter Exam Sci-Math and History Days Celebration Second Quarter Exam Book Week Celebration Christmas Party
Nutrition Month Celebration Parent-Teacher Conference Clean and Green Month World Teacher’s Day National Youth Day
National Disaster and Preparedness Moth Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa Celebration International Day Peace Global Handwashing Day
International Youth Day Founding Anniversary National Health Education Week

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL

  • GRADE 7
  • GRADE 8
  • GRADE 9
  • GRADE 10

 

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

  • GRADE 11
  • GRADE 12

 

TRACKS AND STRANDS:

  • ACADEMIC TRACKS AMD STRAND
  • STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
  • HUMMS: Humanities and Social Sciences
  • TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK
  • Hairdressing
  • Food and Beverages Services
  • Housekeeping

ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP

  • Valedictorian – 100% Discount on Tuition Fee
  • Salutatorian – 50% Discount on Tuition Fee
  • 1st to 5th Honorable Mention – 25% Discount on Tuition Fee

EDUCATION CONTRACTING SERVICES (ESC)

FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL AND TRANSFEREES


  • Original HS Report card (Form 138)
  • Certification of Good Moral Character
  • Photocopy of Live Birth Certificate (NSO)
  • Four copies 1×1 colored latest picture
  • Two Long Brown Envelopes
  • One Long Folder with Fastener

FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

  • Original HS Report card (Form 138)
  • Certification of Good Moral Character
  • Photocopy of Live Birth Certificate (NSO)
  • Certificate of Junior High School Completion
  • ESC Certification Letter from Junior High School Principal
  • QVR Certificate (Qualified Voucher Applicants Only)
  • Four copies 1×1 colored latest picture
  • NAT result (photocopy)
  • Two Long Brown Envelopes
  • One Long Folder with Fastener

NCAE Results (optional for transferees)

Antonio Sorreda Daza Jr., MSPH
M: +63 (912) 913-7177
High School Principal

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