ADMISSION  PROCEDURES

 

New Students / Transferees / Foreign Students

  1. Submit all requirements at the Admission Office
    • photo copy of good moral character from highschool
    • Birth Certificate
    • Form 137
    • 1 long brown envelope
    • 2 pcs. 1×1 ID pictures
  2. Secure Registration Form at the Admission Office and fill up legibly.
  3.  
    For old student: Submit academic clearance and secure registration form at the Admission Office.

  4. Proceed to the Dean’s Office for the approval of Registration Form
  5. Validation from guidance office and completion requirements
  6. Approval from the registrar
  7. Proceed to the Accounting Department for assessment and payment of school fees
  8. After payment, submit other registration card at the following;
  9.  
    (Registration card is in quadruplets (4) copies. Copy for the Dean, Copy for the Registrar, Copy for the Accounting and Student’s Copy)

  10. Secure class cards at the Registrar’s Office
  11. Please refer to the bulletin board for the schedule of general orientation program and calendar of activities.

 

RE-ADMISSION OF STUDENTS
PCHS reserves the right to re-admit students on the following conditions:

  1. The student has no disciplinary records or no pending legal cases from the school last attended.
  2. The student has not committed or convicted of any crime punishable by law.
  3. The student has no incomplete or failing grades from the school last attended
  4. The student has passed the written examination and oral interview conducted by the Admission Committee / School Principal / Guidance Counselor.

 

USE OF ALIAS AND NICKNAME

Students must only use their real names and surnames based on birth certificate submitted at the Registrar’s Office. The use of alias or nickname on official records is prohibited by law. The CHED will not allow the student for promotion or graduation if the student does not use his/her real name and surname.

 

WITHDRAWAL FROM THE SCHOOL / REFUND OF FEES
A student who shall transfer or withdraw from enrollment must be in writing with the approval of the Dean. The following charges on refund of tuition fee/school fees shall be imposed;

    1. Before the start of classes

* Registration fee is non-refundable.

    1. One (1) week after the start of classes

* 50% refund on tuition fee / school fees

    1. 2 weeks after the start of classes

* No refund of tuition fee / school fees.

  1. Refund of tuition fee/school fees is computed based on the total assessment not on down payment.
  2. Charges on refund of fees are applied whether the student has attended classes or not, due to death, financial problem or serious illness of the student which make further studies impossible, death of guardian, parents and nearest relatives.

 

CHANGING OF SECTION OR CLASS SCHEDULE

Changing of section or class schedule is subject to the approval of the Dean. No adding or changing of subjects, section, class schedule two (2) weeks after the start of classes.

 

LATE ENROLMENT / LATE REGISTRATION

Late enrolment means enrolling after the official start of classes or after the regular registration period as scheduled by PCHS or Commission on Higher Education (CHED). Late registration fee will be charged to the student.

 

TRANSFER TO ANOTHER SCHOOL

  1. The guardian or parent of a student must submit a letter of request addressed to the Principal
  2. An exit interview with the guardian or parent will be conducted by the Dean and School President
  3. Secure all necessary clearance (Clearance must be in quadruplet – Copy for the Dean, Copy for the Registrar, Copy for the Accounting and Student’s Copy)
  4. Fill-up the “Request for Transfer” Form (yellow clearance) available at the Registrar’s Office
  5. Pay to the cashier for corresponding fees/charges
  6. Present your receipt/proof of payment to the Registrar’s Office
  7. Follow up your request 2-3 weeks

HAZING / INITIATION RITES

With the PHILIPPINE ANTI-HAZING LAW (Republic Act No. 8049) , it becomes a general policy of PCHS that NO-HAZING or INITIATION RITES is allowed within or outside the school premises.

FRATERNITIES / SORORITIES

PCHS also prohibits recruiting, participating and conducting hazing or initiation inside or outside the school campus.

 

CHANNELS OF COMMUNICATIONS

Problems of students should be reported or resolved through proper channel:

  1. Vice President for Academic Affairs
    • * Student Affairs office
    • * VPAA
    • * Office of the President
  2. School Administrator
    • * Office of the President
  3. College Dean / Principal
    • * Vice President for Academic Affairs
  4. Faculty Members
    • * Office of the Dean
  5. Financial Problems
    • * Office of the VP for Finance or Head, Accounting Department
  6. Student Problems
    • * Office of the Guidance Counselor
  7. Personal / Psychological Problems
    • * Office of the Guidance Counselor
  8. Security Guard
    • * Head, Security Department or School Administrator
  9. School Janitor / Maintenance
    • * Property Custodian or Head, Maintenance Department
  10. Non-academic problems
    • * Office of the School Administrator

 

PROPER CHANELLING OF GRIEVANCES

Problems of students should be resolved through proper channeling;

  1. Academic Problems
  • Office of the Dean / Principal
  1. Non-Academic Problems
  • Office of the School Director
  1. Faculty Problems
  • Office of the Dean / Principal
  1. Dean Problems
  • Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs
  1. Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Office of the School Director
  1. School Director
  • Office of the President
  1. Non-teaching personnel
  • Office of the School Director
  1. Student Problems
  • Guidance Counselor

 

WHAT TO DO INCASE OF…….

  1. LOSS OF SCHOOL I.D.
  2. Submit a letter of explanation addressed to the Dean or submit an “Affidavit of Loss”.
  3. Affidavit of loss must be notarized.
  4. Secure temporary gate pass at the Office of the Guidance Counselor
  5. Present the temporary gate pass to the security guard on duty.
  6. Pay two hundred fifty pesos (P250.00) at the Accounting Department
  7. Present your receipt and apply for a new ID at the Admission Office
  8. Follow-up your School ID within 3-5 days.
  1. FORGOT YOUR SCHOOL I.D.
  2. Submit a letter of explanation addressed to the Dean or Guidance Counselor.
  3. Secure temporary gate pass at the Office of the Guidance Counselor
  4. Present the temporary gate pass to the security guard on duty.
  1. IN CASE YOUR I.D. IS CONFISCATED FOR VIOLATION OF SCHOOL POLICIES OR STUDENT’S CODE OF CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE.
  2. Write a letter of explanation addressed to the Guidance Counselor
  3. The Guidance Counselor will conduct an investigation. Both parties or any person involved or implicated with the case or incident will be summon. A corresponding punishment shall be imposed if proven guilty.
  4. Student may still defend himself or appeal the final decision to the Office of the President

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