Elementary

 

ELEMENTARY LEVEL

A. Grade 1
  • Must be six (6) years old by June of the Academic year
  • Must pass the entrance examination and interview
  • Children who are younger than six (6) years old by at most six months may be admitted to Grade 1 provided their readiness for school has been assessed positively by the school where they are applying for admission through the School Readiness Assessment Tool, in a relation to DepEd Order No. 25, s. 2007 on School Readiness Assessment for all Grade One Entrants.
B. Grade 2-6
  • Must present progress report card (-138) and certificate of good moral character authenticated by the authorities of school last attended
  • Must pass the entrance examination and interview
METHODS OF INSTRUCTION
CURRICULUM
ELEMENTARY (STANDARD PROGRAM)
BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
LEARNING AREAS
CE/ GMRC (Good Manners and Right Conduct)
FILIPINO
ENGLISH
MATHEMATICS
SIBIKA (Sibika at Kultura)
SCIENCE (Science and Health)
MAPE (Music Arts and Physical Education)
EPP (Edukasyon Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan)
COMPUTER HANDS ON
RELIGION
  ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION
EXAMINATION
            Examination are given to help both the teacher and the students to evaluate what the latter has learned and what he / she still needs to know about a particular subject during  particular of time. Examinations could also very well serve as opportunities to build one’s character especially with regfards to honesty and integrity. Honesty must be exercised so that the examination will serve as a valid tool for evaluation.

 

The following rules shall govern all examinations:
a. No student shall be allowed to take the periodic examination without a permit.
– NO PERMIT NO EXAM
– An Amount of P20. 00 will be paid for lost permit
b. No special examination will be given without the required permit for special examinations.
– special examination is given to students who for some reason was     not able to take the regular examination. Special examination is given two weeks after the regular examination period
– An amount of P30. 00 will be paid per subject.
c. A students will not be allowed to take any examination if he / she is not in complete uniform examination.
d. Students are not allowed to stay in the corridor during periodic examinations.
CORRECTION OF PAPERS
a. In answering the periodic examinations, high school students use answers sheets, which go through a scanning machine for checking. It is very important that students read and follow instructions in the answer sheet otherwise his / her answer become invalid.
b. In the elementary department, the subject teacher checks the test papers; then the corrected papers are shown to the pupils in order for them to see their errors.
GRADING SYSTEM
The school follows the numerical cumulative grading system that is computed up to the second decimal place except when there is a between or among honor students. In such case, grades are computed up to the third decimal places. The lowest passing mark in any subject is grade of 75%.

ELEMENTARY (STANDARD PROGRAM)

English, Science, HeKaSi / Sibica, Filipino, Mathematics
40% – Quarterly Periodical Examinations
60% – Class Standing =  Recitation…………………. 5%
    Long Test…………………. 15%
    Short Quizzes……………. 10%
    Seat work …………………. 5%
    Project………………………. 5%
    Assignment ………………. 5%
    Workbook…………………. 5%
    Notebook……………………5%
    Attendance…………………5%

CE

CE/GMRC …………………………………………………………. 70%

Religion………………………………………………………………30%

CE/GMRC (70%)

20% – Quarterly Periodical Examination

30% – Behavior

10% – Long Test

5% – Attendance

5% – Performance (Workbook, Recitation, Notebook)

RELIGION (30%)

5% – attendance in Mass/ Worship

5% – Activity

5% – Recitation

10% – Attendance

5% – Project

MAPE (Grade I – II)

20%   Music        –          Quizzes / Workbook / Recitation, Attendance

30%  Arts            –         Workbook / Project / Recitation / Attendance

30% PE              –          Performance, Attendance, Uniform

20% Scouting     –        Attendance, Uniform, Behavior

MAPE (Grade III – VI)

20%    Music        –          Quizzes, Seatwork, Recitation, Attendance

30%    Arts           –          Workbook / Project / Recitation / Attendance

30%   Physical Education

Attendance …………………………………………. 50%

Participation / Performance …………………. 40%

Uniform ……………………………………………. 10%

20%    Scouting

Indoor / Outdoor Activities……………………. 30%

Attendance …………………………………………30%

Uniform ………………………………………………20%

Behavior / Discipline ……………………………20%

EPP / APPLIED SCIENCE

30% Quarterly/ Periodical Examinations

70% Class Standing

Project 30%

Long Test ……………………………………10%

Performance …………………………………30%

(10% workbook, 10% Recitation, 10% Attendance)

COMPUTER (Elementary)

40% Quarterly/ Periodical Examinations

60% Class Standing

Hands-On ……………………………………. 20%

Quizzes ………………………………………. 10%

Attendance ……………………………………. 10%

Seatwork ……………………………………… 10%

Workbook ………………………………………10%

GUIDELINES FOR PROMOTION

Elementary

To be promoted from one grade level to the next higher grade the general average should be 75% and above provided the students does not fail in two out of three major subject namely Math, English, and Science; otherwise he/she will be retained in the same grade level.

Honors and Award

Non-Graduating

a. First Honors – is awarded to the pupil/student who receives the highest rank         in his/her year level with no grade lower than 83%. b. Second Honors – is awarded to the pupil/student who receives the second highest rank in his/her year level with no grade lower than 83%

c. Third Honors – is awarded to the pupil/student who receives the third highest rank in his/her year level with no grade lower than 83%

d. Outstanding Pupils/Student – is awarded to the pupils/students who receives the highest rank in his her year level with no grade lower than 83% in a class of less than 10 pupils. students. e. The top 5 students based on the average grade of the character and behavior in CE/GMRC and Values Education automatically become candidates for Model Student. They will be ranked based on the following criteria. 60% – character

30% – academic performance

10% – co-curricular activities

f. Special Awards – Certificates of recognition and medal are awarded to the student who distinguish themselves in academic and co-curricular activities. The Boy Scout of the Year and Girl Scout of the Year  will be chosen from Troop Leaders/ Trainess by the Scout commissioner, teacher in Scouting and the class adviser based on the following criteria:

Leadership                               – 40%

Behavior                                   – 30%

Training. Seminar Attended      – 30%

g. The Top 10 pupils in the elementary and top 10 qualified honors in the high school shall be ranked using the 7-3 points scheme (& points for academic performance and 3 points for co-curricular activities). GRADUATING

All qualified honors in Grade Six and all qualified honors in Fourth Year shall be rank using the 7-3 point scheme (7 point for academic performance and 3 points for co-curricular activities). Elementary

First Honors – the grade VI pupil who gets the highest overall rank (academic and co-curricular) will receive a gold medal. Second Honors –  the grade VI pupil who gets the second highest overall rank (academic and co-curricular) will receive a silver medal. Third Honors –  the grade VI pupil who gets the Third highest overall rank (academic and co-curricular) will receive a Broze medal. Elementary and High School

The top 5 students based on the average of character and behavior in CE/GMRC and Values Education automatically become candidates for Model Student They will be ranked based on the following criteria. 60% ………………………………. character

30% ………………………………. academic performance

10% ………………………………. The nation’s muslim schools typically do not explicitly mention homosexuality in policies, according to nabil sadoun, a dallas-based educational consultant for www.collegepapers.co.uk muslim schools. co-curricular activities

Special Award -a gold medal is given to each student who excels in:

–       Leadership

–       Arts

–      Athletics

–      Scouting

–      Quiz Bee

Loyalty Awards – a gold medal and a certificate of loyalty are given to every high school graduate who studied at immaculate Conception Academy, Inc. Dasmariñas City, Cavite from Grade One up to Fourth Year.  

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The Mission of Immaculate Conception Academy (ICA) is to provide students with opportunities to relate theoretical knowledge to practical experience in order to make them better prepared for college and for their future integration into the working environment.