The pupils in this Department are called Pages, the name given to those who are in the first stage of knighthood. Here, pupils are taught the basic rudiments not only of reading, writing, and arithmetic but also of other areas, which include character formation. Our educational strength has been built through 375 years of academic excellence.
We see the elementary department with its organized structure and academic system as effective channels that facilitate the educative process that lead to the integral formation of the individual learners in the hallowed tradition of DEUS, PATRIA, LETRAN.
It adopts a Spiral Approach to learning, making sure that lessonsare continuously reinforced, the needs of the students are accommodated, and new skills are developed at various levels. At present, the Elementary Department enjoys the prestige of being a PAASCU Level 2 accredited school.
This only proves that through the years, Letran has continued its tradition of excellence by improving its systems of operations to ensure quality standard and the best delivery of educational services to its clients. New and modern teaching methodologies and various curricular and co-curricular activities are matched by state-of the-art learning facilities. Let your child take part in our e-strength. Let our strength be their strength.
The Elementary Department of Colegio de San Juan de Letran is expected to provide the child with a solid Catholic Dominican Foundation in basic education through a variety of learning experiences that are essential to his quality integral formation.
Specifically, a graduate of the Elementary Department of Colegio de San Juan de Letran shall become a person who:
Physical and Psychological
Likewise, K + 12 graduates should be able to:
For Kinder (for Boys and Girls)
For Preparatory (for Boys and Girls)
By the opening of the school year, applicants must meet the following age requirements:
Grade School Age Requirement
For Foreign Students
Original and photocopy of their Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)
For Students from Foreign Schools
Certificate of Eligibility from the DepEd.
For the Home Study Program (Grades IV-VI)
Only the top three recipients of the academic honors in each grade level from Prep to grade Six shall be given the academic scholarship.
First Honors - 100% discount on tuition fee
Second Honors - 75% discount on tuition fee
Third Honors - 50% discount on tuition fee
A pupil applying in the Rector's Scholarship Program must:
Only the pupil-applicant with the highest number of points garnered in the screening process shall qualify for the program.
The recipient of the program will enjoy the following benefits:
Recipients of the Program shall maintain their scholarship status in every term. They should have a general weighted average (GWA) of at least 90 with no grade lower than 87, and must be an officer or active member of any recognized organization in the Colegio. He/She must also be an active participant in the Colegio's and / or Department's outreach programs; and must be involved in academic research and not subjected to any disciplinary action.
Given to students whose general average in any quarter is at least 90 %. They must not have any grade below 85% during the quarter.
St. Martin de Porres Award (Christian Living)
This award is given to any pupil who did incur any absence or tardiness during the school year in all curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities requiring his presence.
Any student who obtains any of the following awards: Outstanding Boy Scout and Outstanding Knight of the Altar based on the criteria of each organization
As you enter the Basic Education Department, you tread the path of thousands of Letranites who have been great in big and small ways. You will find learning that considers your individuality. Both primary and secondary levels put premium on the quality delivery of its educational services as it continuously works for the improvement and upgrading of its material and human resources. Experience the Letran culture of excellence, the rich heritage, the colorful history and the caring and thriving academic environment. It adopts a Spiral Approach to learning, making sure that lessons are continuously reinforced, the needs of the students are accommodated, and new skills are developed at various levels. At present the department enjoys the prestige of being a PAASCU Level 2 accredited school.
THE OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL
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THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
527-7693 loc. 331 to 333
THE OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
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527-7693 loc. 345
Admissions Office: local 345
Direct Line: +63(2) 527-9730
Registrar's Office: local 331
Direct Line: +63(2) 301-0720