For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

For the Good of the
Public and the Country
“Pro Bono Publico Et Patria”

High School

Overview

The Philippine College of Criminology High School offers the complete Department of Education curriculum for Grades 7, 8, 9, and 10. Likewise, it also offers the HUMMS and ABM learning strands for Grades 11 and 12.

Core Curriculum Subjects

There are seven Learning Areas under the Core Curriculum: Languages, Literature, Communication, Mathematics, Philosophy, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences.

Languages
Reading and Writing
Literature
Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Regions
Communication
Oral Communication, Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Filipino, Media and Information Literacy
Mathematics
General Mathematics, Statistics and Probability
Philosophy
Introduction to Philosophy of the Human Person / Pambungad sa Pilosopiya ng Tao
Natural Sciences
Earth and Life Science, Physical Science, Earth Science (instead of Earth and Life Science for students in the STEM strand)
Social Sciences
Personal Development / Pansariling Kaunlaran, Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction (instead of Physical Science for students in the STEM strand)
Required Subject
Physical Education and Health

Academic Tracks

HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE STRAND (HumSS)

The Humanities and Social Science Strand (HumSS) develops students’ ability to understand others through language, history, and culture. Subjects offered aim to promote critical thinking, creativity, and social skills. Students learn to communicate ideas clearly and effectively to influence human behavior, society, and culture. Careers related to HumSS include criminology, psychology, paralegal, teaching, creative writing, journalism, sociology, are among others.

ACCOUNTANCY, BUSINESS, AND MANAGEMENT STRAND (ABM)

The Accountancy, Business, and Management Strand (ABM) prepares students for future opportunities to run and manage businesses by introducing basic subjects in Accountancy, Business, Management, Economics, Finance, and Marketing and to train them to cultivate their managerial, planning, and organizational skills. The ABM strand may lead to courses like, Accountancy, Business Administration, Management, Marketing, Banking and Finance, Entrepreneurship, Tourism, Hotel and Restaurant Management, among other courses related to business.

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS STRAND (STEM)

The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Strand (STEM) is preparatory to science-related courses in college by deepening their grasp of concepts in Math and Science through lessons in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Calculus. Subjects in the STEM strand train students to solve problems, make sense of information, and gather and evaluate evidence to make data-backed decisions. The STEM strand integrates learning through interdisciplinary studies that harness problem-solving, critical analysis, and innovation.

GENERAL ACADEMIC STRAND (GA)

The General Academic Strand (GA) gives the students the freedom to explore a wide range of interests through a variety of subjects. One of the attractive features of the GA strand is the opportunity for students to choose electives from the ABM, HumSS, and STEM strands, as well as in fields such as Art, Music, Computer Game Development, or Sports Science. The GA strand also helps students have a holistic understanding of art, social issues, practical mathematics, economics, and political science; and develop skills in research, management, disaster preparedness, and entrepreneurship, among others.

Requirements

For Incoming Grade 7 Students:

Primary:

  1. One (1) 2X2 I.D. picture (to be uploaded during enlistment)
  2. Photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate (original to be presented for verification only)
  3. Original and photocopy of Form 137 from previous junior high school attended (if already available)
  4. Original and photocopy of Form 138 (Report Card) of Grade 10 (if already available) signed by the principal. (If not yet available, original and photocopy of Form 138 (Report Card) of Grade 5 signed by the principal.)

Secondary Requirements:

  1. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the previous school attended
  2. Photocopy of Diploma (Certificate of Completion)

For Transferees (Grade 8 to Grade 10):

Primary:

  1. One (1) 2X2 I.D. picture (to be uploaded during enlistment)
  2. Photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate (original to be presented for verification only)
  3. Original and photocopy of Form 137 from previous junior high school attended (if already available)
  4. Original and photocopy of Form 138 (Report Card) of previous grade level signed by the principal

Secondary Requirements:

  1. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the previous school attended

For Grade 10 Completers and Government Voucher Program Holders and ESC Grantees:

Primary:

  1. One (1) 2X2 I.D. picture (to be uploaded during enlistment)
  2. Photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate (original to be presented for verification only)
  3. Certificate of Qualified Voucher Recipient (QVR) or Educational Service
  4. Contracting (ESC) Certificate, whichever is applicable
  5. Original and photocopy of Form 137 of Grades 7-10 (if already available)
  6. Original and photocopy of Form 138 (Report Card) of Grade 10 (if already available) signed by the principal

Secondary Requirements:

  1. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the previous school attended
  2. NCAE results

For Non-Voucher Holders:

Primary:

  1. One (1) 2X2 I.D. picture (to be uploaded during enlistment)
  2. Photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate (original to be presented for verification only)
  3. Original and photocopy of Form 137 of Grades 7-10 (if already available)
  4. Original and photocopy of Form 138 (Report Card) of Grade 10 (if already available) signed by the principal

Secondary Requirements:

  1. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the previous school attended
  2. NCAE results

For Grade 12 Transferees:

Primary:

  1. One (1) 2X2 I.D. picture (to be uploaded during enlistment)
  2. Photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate (original to be presented for verification only)
    1. If from a public school: Certificate of Qualified Voucher Recipient (QVR) or Educational Service Contracting (ESC) Certificate, whichever applicable;
    2. If you are from private school: Certificate of Eligibility from PEAC
  3. Original and photocopy of Form 137 of Grades 7-10 and Grade 11 (if already available)
  4. Original and photocopy of Form 138 (Report Card) of Grade 10 (if already available) signed by the principal

Secondary Requirements:

  1. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the previous school attended
  2. NCAE results

Message from the Principal

My dear Parents and Students,

I hope that you are all in perfect health and doing well.

I am aware that we all have our little battles during this uncertain period in our history. The Covid-19 pandemic is a reality we all have to face. It has drastically and suddenly disrupted our lives in so many different ways, and one of the most dramatic shifts was for education to be virtual. While the school’s priority is the health and safety of our students and teachers, PCCR responded and continued its goal for students to have academic progress and move forward in this kind of environment.

Teachers get trained on digital education and remote learning strategies. PCCR made sure that education will continue and found ways to reduce the negative impact this pandemic will have on learning.

Educational innovations and initiatives were put in place and are working excellently, especially with our competent and technology-driven teachers at their helm. Our faculty is not only prepared but equally skilled to deliver quality online instruction.

Regretfully, some of our teenagers struggle socially and emotionally because of the sudden restrictions imposed by authorities. They need to stay apart from their friends and classmates that cancel important educational milestones and traditions such as proms and graduation during this pandemic.

With this, the school provided support for social and emotional learning through webinars, guidance and counseling services, and many other meaningful online activities that foster social interaction and creative expression.

In this light, allow me to invite all of you to our home and experience digital learning at its best. PCCR High School is not just a school, but a family of a supportive, caring, loving, and growing community that takes pride in faculty excellence, educational technology, character development, and academic achievement where every student’s life matters.

For now, let us continue to pray for our country and our world in these extraordinary times. Please take care of yourself, your family, and your loved ones.

I look forward to welcoming you this coming school year.

Genevieve D. Faraon
Principal, High School