ADMISSION

For inquiries on Entrance Examination schedule, inquire at our Guidance Office:

BED Guidance Office - 525-9416 to 19 loc. 148
HED Guidance Office - 525-9416 to 19 loc. 123

Admission Procedure

Basic Education Department

  1. Secure an application form for Admission Test at the Registrar's Office or download the "Admission Form".
  2. Complete and submit the admission requirements to the Principal’s Office.
  3. Pay the Admission Test Fee at the Accounting Office.
  4. Secure the date of Entrance Examination from the Guidance Office.

Schedule of Entrance Examination:

  1. - December 2015 to April 2016

Higher Education Department

  1. Secure an application form for Admission Test at the Registrar's Office or download the "Admission Form".
  2. Complete and submit the application form and the admission requirements to the Registrar's Office.
  3. Pay the Admission Test Fee at the Accounting Office.
  4. Secure the date of Entrance Examination from the Guidance Office.

Schedule of Admission Test:

  1. - Accepting applicants for 2nd Semester
Admission Policies
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The Basic Education Department and Higher Education Department is open to any student who wishes to avail of its services, provided he/she meets the requirements and regulations set forth by the school.

Thus, Santa Isabel College is committed to:

  1. The formation of a community of disciples steeped in faith and in values who will radiate Christ and thus become agents of His transforming love.
  2. The cultivation of human and Christian attitudes among the members of the school community so that they can responsibly participate in genuinely renewing the groups to which they belong towards total human development-liberation and in animating them with truly Filipino, Christian, and Vincentian values.
  3. The fuller integration into the mainstream of the life of the local Church particularly through the organization of the BEC (Basic Ecclesial Communities) and through active participation in its socio-pastoral programs.
  4. The advancement of the socio-economic goals of the country through the development of self-reliant and productive citizens ready to participate in the basic functions of society and the promotion of those traits and elements in our cultural heritage that are judged desirable in the light of the Gospel.
  5. The promotion of pedagogical principles and strategies that encourage creativity, critical reflection and active non-violent involvement in the promotion of justice, solidarity and peace.
  6. The promotion of a lifestyle which is Christo-centric, Marian and Vincentian, characterized by love, humility, a spirit of servanthood, simplicity, compassion for, and preferential service for the truly poor.