High School Department

Level 3 Re-Accredited Status by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges & Universities (PAASCU).

OBJECTIVES

To develop a Christian Filipina who is discerning, reflective, and responsive to the economic, political, spiritual, and socio-cultural challenges that she encounters in her life; and who is becoming a living witness to the kingdom values of truth, freedom, love, justice, and peace-through the inspiration of the most Holy Trinity and the lives of Mother Mary, Saint Theresa of Avila, Mother Marie Louise De Meester and other valiant women-to fulfill God’s dream for all.

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To view and understand the heritage of the past in the light of the present events and to identify one’s specific role as women leaders in the Filipino journey towards speculating the future and actualizing a transformed world community which is truly human, just, free, peaceful, and true.

To enhance communicative competencies and literary appreciation of the students in order for them to express what is alive, meaningful, and true as response to the challenges brought about by media in the modern world.

“Paunlarin ang pagpapahalaga at paggamit ng sariling wika upang makatulong sa pagpapanatili at  pangangalaga ng ating kultura at kalinangan sa gitna ng mga pagbabagong umiiral sa lipunan para sa pagtataguyod ng pambansang pagkakakilanlan.

To provide venues for the enhancement of scientific knowledge and the development of skills, values, and attitudes to promote a culture of peace, and to preserve and conserve the earth’s resources.

To enhance the mathematical comprehension, appreciation, learning, and skills for accurate, analytical, and logical thinking towards a greater capacity to make generalizations and    applications relevant to social issues; and to be responsive to the rapid change in technology.

To provide an intensive learning and skills in home economics, management, and computer programming to mold the students into women disciples with desirable attitudes and habits, with personal and social values, and who discriminately keep abreast with the latest technology so that they become transformed leaders-living meaningfully living, loving, and growing in their family, in the community, and in the world at large.

To provide the students with opportunities and venues in recognizing the elements of music to further enhance their capacity to understand, appreciate, perform, and reproduce music of every kind and of different cultures.

To enhance poise and integral well-being of individuals and groups through various creative and youth development training activities.

To encourage active, meaningful, and committed participation in community-oriented projects and activities in local, national, and global issues.

To provide proper guidance and counseling towards self-identity, clarification of values, development of positive attitudes and habits for self-directed and properly motivated options in life.

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STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS & WORKSHOPS

  • THE STUDENT BODY ASSOCIATION – All high school students are members of the Student Body Association. The objective of the association is to develop in the students the art of self-government, guided democratic leadership participation in the promotion of student welfare, consideration for the common good, and respect for the rights of others.
  • THE STUDENT COUNCIL – The Student Council is composed of the nine major officers, i.e. the President, the internal Vice President, the External Vice President, the Secretary, the Treasurer, the Assistant Treasurer, the Auditor, and the two Press Relations Officers; and the Class Presidents, Vice Presidents, Secretaries, Treasurers, and Assistant Treasurers. The Council is presided by the SBA President, Vice President, or any major as the need arises. The SBA Moderator acts as Adviser to the Council leaders of the existing organization may be invited to attend some Council Meetings.
  • THE DANCE TROUPE – serve as an avenue for creative interaction and proper appreciation of talents among the students.
  • THE GLEE CLUB – seeks to discover and develop the talent/skill of the students in singing, conducting, playing musical instruments and expose them to other forms of art – this, aiding them to become well-rounded individuals.
  • ASSOCIATION OF THE CHILDREN OF MARY IMMACULATE – aims to develop in the members a deeper understanding of the role of Mary in the salvific mission of Christ and as a WOMAN-model of faith.
  • LADIES OF THE ALTAR – envisions the members to be led to that full, conscious and active participation in liturgical celebrations as altar servers to practice Christian values acquired by virtue of their baptism.
  • Gedanken Experiment – Science (Set-ups) Prototype
  • Larong Pinoy – Philippine Games and Sports
  • Soccer - Sports
  • Chemistry in Action – Application of Chemistry
  • H.U.M.A.N. (Holistic and Universal Manifestation of Active Citizenship in the Nation) – Good Citizenship
  • Team Woman – Women Empowerment
  • Physics Magic – Wonders of Physics
  • Art Attack – Computer/Paper/Food Art
  • Nature Steward - Recycling
  • Math Explorers – Math Applications
  • Creative Hands – Arts and Crafts
  • Entabladong Pinoy – Play Production
  • Hulagway – Photo Journalism
  • The Seekers – Biology Specimen Collection
  • Wholly Craft – Arts & Crafts for Business
  • Young C.I.A. (Catechists in Action) – Christian Leadership through Cathechesis
  • Naturalist Society – Greening/Herbal Garden
  • J.A.M. (Jesus and Me) – Christian Fellowship
  • Zugbu – Local History
  • Kitchen & Crafts - Entrepreneurship
  • Volleyball - Sports
  • Karate – Martial Arts
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GLOBAL TEENAGER PROJECT (GTP)

The Global Teenager Project offers thematic learning circles to elementary, secondary and vocational schools, including special needs education. Founded in 1998, GTP offers collaborative global learning to over 19,000 students in 40 countries, in the following seven languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Arabic, and Papiamentu. GTP Learning Circles are offered twice a year, including themes based on the Millennium Development Goals.

Cunina, Belgium has started to form a learning circle with 2 secondary schools in Belgium to partner with 2 schools in the Netherlands and 2 schools in the Philippines. During the learning circle of 10 weeks students will use virtual communications (internet, wiki) to enhance their curriculum activities and motivate learning. For every learning circle one theme is chose to work on. St. Theresa’s College, Cebu City has been chosen as one of the two schools here in the Philippines to be part of this learning circle.

STUDENT ACTIVITIES (Photo Gallery)

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

1.1 Old Students – Report Card (Form 138)
1.2 New Students – Birth and Baptismal Certificates
- 2 – 1x1” pictures
- Report Card (Form 138) duly signed
- Letter of Recommendation from the Principal/Guidance Counselor of previous school
- Entrance examination on the date scheduled
- Interview by the Principal and/or the Guidance Counselor

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Additional requirements for:

a. Transferees

A student who seeks admission after the enrollment period i.e., two (2) weeks after classes have started, must present her Form 138 or its equivalent and a certificate of eligibility to transfer from the school last attended.

b. Aliens

- Four (4) photo static copies of ACR certified as true copies by an official of the Department of Education Culture and Sports
- For non-resident aliens, permit to study
- Transcript of Records

Note: A student should use whatever name that appears on the birth certificate.
2. Entrance Qualifications

- Good moral character and conduct
- Average mental ability

Note: Admission will be determined by the student ranking and the number of slots available.
HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS AND
SUBJECT AREA COORDINATORS
 
ADMINISTRATION
 
Principal : Ms. Resurreccion G. Giberson
Academic Coordinator : Ms. Angeles B. Generale
 
SUBJECT AREA COORDINATORS
 
Araling Panlipunan : Ms. Ruby Anne M. Asumbrado
Christian Living Formation : Ms. Virgilia P. Bonusan
Science : Ms. Jasmin B. Gomez
Mathematics : Ms. Sandra Mae B. Apor
Communication Arts (English) : Ms. Christine H. Pepito
Communication Arts (Filipino) : Ms. Jo Claire M. Godinez
Technology & Livelihood Education : Ms. Flora I. Mijares
MAPEH : Ms. Angeles B. Generale
 
TEACHERS WITH SPECIAL ASSIGNMENTS
 
Student Body Association Moderator : Ms. Shiela N. Perez
Moderator for Student Affairs : Ms. Genesis L. Pagal
Discipline In-Charge : Ms. Mylene Rheza T. Escudero
Community Involvement Program Moderator : Ms. Sandra Mae B.Apor
Star Magazine Moderator : Mr. Mark Andrew L. Lim
Catalyst Moderator : Ms. Deena Marie A. Aparente
Yearbook Moderator : Ms. Nicole Denise M. Enriquez
Music Ministry Moderator : Mr. Edito S. Baylon
Workshop Coordinator : Ms. Rudeza Angue

Contact Information:

High School Principal’s Office | 253-3432
High School Guidance Office | 256-2851