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De La Salle University – Dasmariñas Junior High School is a private Catholic educational institution founded on the vision of St. John Baptist De La Salle that is committed to providing quality education through teaching minds, touching hearts, and transforming lives.

DLSU-D Junior High School aims to develop student’s intellectual, emotional, social, physical, spiritual, and creative potentials, thereby ensuring optimum learning of students who live our core values of faith, service and communion in a safe and caring environment.

Junior High School
  • Students who completed primary level of Basic Education
  • Transferee applicants for Grades 7 to 10 from a different secondary institution


Grade 7: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Registration and Verification of Requirements
  1. Register to get the application form

  2. Visit Counter 17 - Center for Student Admissions to verify your application form and bring the following requirements:

    1. Printed application form with signed certification of enrollment and dry seal of the school

    2. ID photo (identical to the one used in your application form)


  3. Pay the non-refundable application fee at Counters 14, 15, 16 PHP500.00 for Filipino students and USD$50.00 for international students


  4. Present the official receipt to Counter 17 and get the SAT permit with claim stub

Step 2: Take the Student Admission Test (SAT)
  1. Present your SAT permit to the examiner on your scheduled exam


  2. Keep your claim stub
Step 3: View SAT result
  1. View the result of your SAT via Online Result


  2. You may also get the printed copy of your test result from Counter 18 by presenting your claim stub


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Grade 10: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Registration and Verification of Requirements
  1. Register to get the application form

  2. Visit Counter 17 - Center for Student Admissions to verify your application form and bring the following requirements:


    1. Printed application form with signed certification of enrollment and dry seal of the school


    2. ID photo (identical to the one used in your application form)


    3. Photocopy of report card (Form 138)


  3. Get an interview slip from Counter 17


  4. Strictly follow your interview schedule with the Principal
Step 2: Interview
  1. Proceed to the Principal’s Office at the DLSU-D High School Complex


  2. Present the interview slip with attached copy of your report card for your interview
Step 3: Confirm Result of the Interview
  1. Submit the signed interview slip and confirm the status of application at Counter 17. If the applicant is deemed qualified after the interview, the applicant may proceed to Step 4. If the applicant fails the interview, the applicant will not be allowed to continue with his application.
Step 4: Submission of Requirements
  1. Submit the documents included in the list of requirements (listed in Step 1) to Counter 17


  2. Pay the application fee (PHP500.00 for Filipino students and USD$50.00 for international students). Application fees are non-refundable.


  3. Present the official receipt to Counter 17 and get the SAT permit with claim stub
Step 5: Take the Student Admission Test (SAT)
  1. Present your SAT permit to the examiner on your scheduled exam date


  2. Keep your claim stub
Step 6: View SAT result
  1. View the result of your SAT via Online Result


  2. You may also get the printed copy of your test result from Counter 18 by presenting your claim stub


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  1. What are the modes of payment? Quarterly? Monthly?
    Different modes of payment will be made available but with corresponding surcharges and discounts.

  2. Will there be monthly tests aside from the quarterly test?
    No, but regular tests will be given in each subject area.

  3. Any provision for a school bus? How much?
    There will be accredited transportation service companies. Price will be subject for bidding to ensure that the University will be able to offer the most reasonable price.

  4. Where can we buy the school uniform? How much? Will there be a wash day?
    Uniforms will be available at the school but the price is still subject to bidding as of the moment. Announcements for wash day will be made soon.

  5. How many students comprise each class?
    35-40 students will comprise each class.

  6. What is the typical schedule of classes?
    Classes will be held between 8 am and 5 pm.

  7. Will there be a semestral break?
    Yes.

  8. Will there be available scholarships for honor students (valedictorian/salutatorian), varsity, and school organization members?
    The school is currently working on scholarship privileges for deserving students for the first year of implementation.

  9. Do you accept foreign students?
    Yes, provided that requirements and laws are met.

  10. What will be the medium of instruction and which resource materials will be used in teaching pupils of DLSU-D high?
    English shall be the primary medium of instruction while textbooks/modules shall come from reputable book suppliers that have worked with DLSU-D.

  11. Since DLSU-D is a University, will the high school building be separated from the college students?
    Yes, it will be located in front of the Olympic-size track oval, and beside the Event Center where a mini open air amphitheater-inspired venue is located.

  12. What are the contents of the HS curriculum?
    Copies of the curriculum are normally not distributed prior to enrollment but the DLSU-D High School curriculum will reflect the Lasallian values of zeal for service, communion in mission, and faith in God, as well as electives that would prepare them for college education in DLSU-D.

  13. How secure is the school? What are the security measures being implemented in campus? There are roving guards and discipline officers that would ensure security of the students. Security guidelines and protocols have always been strictly observed by DLSU-D and students will not be allowed to go out during breaks.
  14. What are the organizations/clubs available for students' extra-curricular activities?
    Academic clubs, sports and cultural clubs will be set up under the guidance of our accredited offices and officials from the tertiary level.

  15. What are the different uniforms needed?
    School and PE uniforms are the basic requirements.
    Araling Panlipunan Area
  • Diana L. Sistoso - Subject Area Moderator
  • Royce A. Calingal
  • Niño Rodel G. Casio
  • Angelo D. Fajardo
  • Alden C. Landicho
  • Riza S. Pepito
  • Marion C. Rojas
  • Janica Rose B. Silvano
  • Mark Jigger O. Villanueva
    CLE/EsP Area
  • Rosa Maria Y. Billones- Subject Area Moderator
  • Rodel M. Aguirre
  • Elizabeth P. Arguelles
  • Jochelle Mei O. Austria
  • Bobby C. Camba
  • Geordan L. Carungcong
  • Marco Paolo P. Digo
  • Garry L. Galit
  • Abigail Joy B. Gomez
  • Aaron Bryan A. Lopez
  • Janelle P. Mendoza
    English Area
  • Brandon L. Parreñas - Subject Area Moderator
  • Aries P. Alberto
  • Arbie O. Ambojia
  • Rachelle B. Arbiol
  • Charmaine Kate B. Bautista
  • Dominic C. Benavente
  • Kimberly B. Dela Cruz
  • Jahziel T. Ferrer
  • Din Rose A. Mirar
  • Kristine T. Patinga
  • Joyce Anne C. Ramirez
  • Maridel A. Ramos
  • Michell L. Susana
    Filipino Area
  • Raymond M. Verana - Subject Area Moderator
  • Michelle N. Bayron
  • Sweat Christine Joy A. Dalisay
  • Lara G. Lopez
  • Letecia F. Martino
  • Irish I. Monleon
  • John Paul A. Orallo
  • Joseph J. Padro
  • Mark John Anthony C. Revadulla
    Mathematics Area
  • Alona A. Narzabal - Subject Area Moderator
  • Andrea Alexa A. Acosta
  • Alea Mae I. Alvaran
  • Angelica Mae C. Belmonte
  • Patricia Rose T. Buchan
  • Yolanda L. Del Rosario
  • Joy Stephanie D. Divinagracia
  • Charissa F. Fabrero
  • Felomena P. Forlanda
  • Judith Anne Rose Y. Ganaden
  • Lyzette G. Landicho
  • Romeo M. Madrona Jr.
  • Cyrene S. Panti
  • Rozene P. Santiago
    MAPEH Area
  • Risalen P. Dumas - Subject Area Moderator
  • Aries D. Abelardo
  • Cheenee Jane C. Astrande
  • Jobert Andre N. Bañaga
  • Imelda Fe B. Cobilla
  • Regina Carmela R. Cubos
  • Donnalyn P. Gimena
  • Marilou E. Medina
  • Giovanni Tim M. Rosario
    Science Area
  • Carmelette C. Davila - Subject Area Moderator
  • Mary Jesreth V. Bayas
  • Reychiel L. Corrales
  • Maribel H. De Leon
  • Christian S. Eusebio
  • Maria Dolores Elisa B. Muhi
  • Maylene B. Pakingan
  • Jasmin Smith M. Reyes
  • Patricia Anne A. Sinsay
  • Isaias C. Villanueva
    TLE Area
  • Donnie Marc Louie I. Roble - Subject Area Moderator
  • Laurence Jennifer F. Antiporda
  • John Ace G. Baclor
  • Mery Ann Calderon
  • Ariane May D. Celeste
  • Ana Marie R. Cerezo
  • Jollibelle P. Cruz
  • Carl Albert C. Lozada
  • Angelo G. Mesa
  • John Cristopher V. Pascual
  • Melanie T. Reyes
  • Angelica T. Salazar
  • Rogelyn L. Viojan
    Academic Support Personnel
  • Guidance Counsellor :
    Anna Michelle S. Garingo, RGC

  • Librarian :
    Ethel M. Torres, MLIS

  • Office Associates:
    Alpha Alyssa A. Anigan

  • Paula Jane G. Masicap

  • Jennilyn O. Reza
Forms Downloads
Appointment Procedure and other reminders pdf
Appointment Slip pdf
Documents Request Form pdf
Exit Pass pdf
Gate Pass pdf
Locker Rental Application Form pdf
Calendars Downloads
School Calendar pdf
Payment Schedules pdf

DLSU-D Junior High School’s curriculum is carefully designed to develop students’ intellectual, emotional, physical, spiritual, and creative potentials, thereby ensuring optimum learning of students with diverse interests and learning styles. The curriculum integrates college-standard electives in English, Mathematics and Science designed to help students be interested with research, explore capabilities and opportunities and, pursue potential career direction.

The school also offers specialized technical-vocational courses like Cookery, Technical Drafting, Computer Hardware and Servicing, Computer Software Servicing and Consumer Electronic Servicing in preparation for Senior High School. The Junior High school students are surrounded with experienced educators who are committed to teaching excellence.

The areas/units under the umbrella of the Academics include:

  1. Learning Areas
    1. Christian Living Education / Edukasyon sa Pagpapahalaga Area
    2. English Area
    3. Filipino Area
    4. Mathematics Area
    5. Science Area
    6. Araling Panlipunan Area
    7. Technology and Livelihood Education Area
    8. MAPEH Area

  2. Learning Resource Center House Rules. The Learning Resource Center advocates #LRCIcareIsustainIbelong to instill sense of responsibility to every library user in taking care of its resources and facilities, realizing the value of preservation, understanding ownership and accountability. The library believes that this advocacy encourages positive change in attitude among library users.
  • I CARE – instilling the value of solicitude, an attitude of earnest concern or attention to other library users and to the library resources/facilities.

  • I SUSTAIN – developing the value of preservation to maintain and keep the library resources/facilities in good condition for future generation of users.

  • I BELONG – developing a sense of affinity for ownership or proprietorship thus creating a culture of accountability over library resources/facilities.
The Office of the Administrative Services coordinates and monitors the activities of the various administrative offices in support of the academic functions of the school. The administrative services are the following:
  1. Facilities and Maintenance
  2. All members of the school community are expected to:
    • Maintain the cleanliness of the school.
    • Participate actively in various environmental projects.
    • Support environmental programs and policies of the school and all its related activities like:
      • Practice Clean–as–you–go
      • Proper Waste Management
      • Banning the entry and use of plastic bags

  3. Health Services
    • Provides services in the form of preventive, emergency, and first aid treatment through the school nurse, dentist, and physician.
    • Offers free medical consultation and treatment for students’ minor ailments, accidents, and sudden illnesses occurring within the school premises.

  4. Security Services
    • Attends to the safety and protection of the students while in the school vicinity.
    • Is responsible for the safety of the school properties.

  5. Food Services
    • Serves nutritious meals and snacks
    • Supports a whole-school approach in building a school culture in which students actively choose nutritious food and a healthy lifestyle.

  6. Communication and IT
    • Gives the parents access to view the grades of their children online to monitor the academic progress of their children.

  7. Transport Services
    • Supervises accredited Junior High School Transport Service in coordination with the General Services Offices

The Office of Student Services shall deliver competently and productively all services by tapping and maximizing the DLSU-D Junior High School community resources through constant coordination with the various academic programs, and with the establishment of relationships based on partnership and shared mission with other sectors within and outside the Junior High School. It aspires to enhance the existing programs of other institutional offices by providing students with venues for recognition and realization in the pursuit of excellence in values, academics, sports, culture and the arts.

  1. Guidance and Counselling Office
  2. The Guidance and Counselling Office (GCO) is a service unit committed to uphold the school’s Vision and Mission Statements. Guided by the Lasallian values of Faith, Service, and Communion, it aims to: develop students who are God-centered, agents of social transformation, and holistically competent; help in the integral formation of the students by accompanying them through its various programs and activities; and support the students’ preparation for post-secondary/college options.

  3. Campus Ministry Office
  4. Campus Ministry’s main purpose is to meet the religious and pastoral needs of the students. While they are in school, they should be provided with opportunities to develop themselves not only as efficient Christian servant leaders but also as God-fearing, religious and morally upright stewards.

  5. Clubs/Organizations/Activities
  6. The student clubs, organizations and activities aim to promote well-rounded formation of students, inspired and guided by the Christian teachings and the Lasallian Values taught by our founder, St. John Baptist de la Salle.

  7. Lasallian Student Formation Office (LSFO)
  8. The Lasallian Student Formation Office (LSFO) under the leadership of the Discipline Formator-Animator (DFA), is the main unit that develops, implements and oversees discipline and character in the campus. All school personnel and parents are expected, however, to share in the responsibility and proffer measures that would promote an environment where rules are obeyed, self-control is exercised and rights are respected.

  9. Sports
  10. De La Salle University-Dasmariñas Junior High School aims to develop well-rounded individuals imbued with discipline, morals and values of a Lasallian spirit in their quest to excel in different sports. It equally imparts the values of sportsmanship, solidarity, association, and healthy competitions which are constantly impressed upon them in joining sports activities in school, among schools, and off-campus sports activities or tournaments.

  11. Student Council
  12. The Junior Lasallian Student Council (JLSC) promotes the welfare of the students and works for the proper coordination of all student activities with the faculty and administration. Specifically, the SC aims to organize and support student activities to promote Lasallian values. It is facilitated by the SC Adviser with the supervision of the Office of the Coordinator for Student Services.

  13. Student Publication
  14. The school shall maintain an official student publication, The Green Herald. With the guidance of the School Publication Adviser, the student staff/members learn the fundamentals of journalism with emphasis on newspaper ethics, responsible communication and values-laden media.

The De La Salle University Junior High School Registrar’s Office handles student records, registration and enrollment. It ensures the integrity of academic records and maintenance of documents. It also provides services for student request of credentials and transfer of records.

Specifically:

  1. It facilitates and manages academic records for all current and former Junior High School students and supervises encoding of grades, change of grades, record’s editing functions, the production of Permanent Record (F137) and the processing of requests from students/parents such as report card, application/grade forms and certifications.

  2. It registers students in the Learners Information System (LIS) through:
    1. Enrolling the students in the system
    2. Updating the Enhanced Basic Education Information System and student information in the LIS.

  3. It plans and facilitates the enrollment process.

  4. It ensures that the pertinent records such as academic and school forms are collected for safekeeping and submission.

Contact



DLSU-D Junior High School
DLSU - Dasmariñas
Cavite, Philippines 4115

For questions and inquiries:
email the JHS Secretariator visit High School Facebook account.

Trunkline:
Cavite +63 (46) 481.1900
Manila +63 (2) 779.5180

Directory

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Office Local Number
Coordinator for Student Services 3301
Coordinator for Academics 3302
Guidance Office 3303
Clinic 3304
National Bookstore 3305
Director's Office 3306
Learning Resource Center 3308
Registrar’s Office 3309
Coordinator for Administrative Services 3310
Security 3314
ICTC Room 3315

No classes in JHS on Oct. 10

The NAT for Grade 10 (to be taken by Grade 11 students of the current school year) will be held at the JHS complex. Therefore, there will be NO CLASSES in the JHS on October 10, 2017. All JHS students are advised to stay at home and prepare for the Culminating Task week which will happen from October 11-17, 2017.

NAT for Grade 7 on October 3

The National Achievement Test (NAT) for Grade 7 is scheduled on October 3, 2017 at Building 2, DLSU-D Junior High School Complex from 7:00 AM to 12:00 NN.

Reminders:
  1. Students should wear proper school uniform.
  2. Bring the following:
    1. Identification card (ID) from their previous school
    2. Photocopy of Certificate of Registration (COR) for SY 2017-2018
    3. Snacks/lunch, pencil, ballpen and 3-4 pieces short bond paper. NO CLASSES FOR GRADES 8, 9 & 10 during the NAT.

Selebrasyon ng Buwan ng Wika 2017

Nais naming ipabatid sa inyo na maglulunsad ang Junior High School ng Pamantasang De La Salle Dasmariñas ng Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa 2017 tangan ang temang “Filipino: Wikang Mapagbago” sa Setyembre 15, 2017 sa ganap na oras ng ika-7:00 ng umaga hanggang ika-4:30 ng hapon.

Layunin ng pagdiriwang na ito na hubugin ang kamalayan at iba’t ibang kakayahan ng kabataan upang magsulong ng kagalingang panlipunan gamit ang Wikang Filipino. Dahil dito, ang Kagawaran ng Filipino ay maglulunsad ng iba’t ibang gawaing pagganap at espeyal na gawaing lumilinang sa diwang makatao’t makabayan.

National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE)

The National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE) for Grade 9 students will be held on August 30-31, 2017 in all public and private high schools nationwide.

In relation, there will be NO CLASSES in the DLSU-D Junior High School (Grades 7, 8 and 10 only)

JHS Opening of Classes

  • August 1 -3 - Class Orientation
    • Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
    • Venue: Respective Classrooms
  • August 4 - Start of Regular Class
    • Attire: School Uniform
What to Bring: Small bag, one notebook, ballpens, snacks (optional)

Grade 7 Parents' Orientation SY 2017-2018

  • DATE: JULY 22, 2017

  • TIME: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

  • VENUE: UGNAYANG LA SALLE