Single Persons’ Welfare Act: All You Need To Know

Are you a single person who has taken the responsibility of caring for your senior parents’ needs? Or are supporting your younger siblings’ education? Or are helping raise your nieces and nephews? There is good news for you. The Single Persons’ Welfare Act is a bill that seeks to provide additional perks for single personsContinue reading “Single Persons’ Welfare Act: All You Need To Know”

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Early Registration for AY 2022-2023 in Public Schools Starts On March 25, 2022

Enrollment nanaman! Public elementary and high schools are set to open their doors for early registration on March 25, 2022, Friday. This will be open for incoming Kinder students, Grades 1, 7, and 11 until April 30. In-person registration shall be done in areas that are under Alert Levels 1 to 2. Just the same,Continue reading “Early Registration for AY 2022-2023 in Public Schools Starts On March 25, 2022”

Reminders and Guidelines for End of School Year Rites for SY 2018-2019

Is my child graduating or only moving up?  Does the school have the right to withhold my child’s report card and diploma because I did not allow him to join the field trip?  What proofs of completion do I need in order for my Grade 6 child to join the graduation ceremony? These are justContinue reading “Reminders and Guidelines for End of School Year Rites for SY 2018-2019”

DepEd Order No. 3. s. 2018: Early Registration in Public Schools Starts January 26

Public schools in the Philippines shall open its doors for early registrations from January 26 to February 22, 2019.  The early registration is for incoming Kindergarten, Grades 1, 7, and 11 students and shall be done in compliance with the Department of Education’s Order (no. 3 series of 2018) or the Basic Education Enrollment Policy. Continue reading “DepEd Order No. 3. s. 2018: Early Registration in Public Schools Starts January 26”

Is Your Child Eligible to Enroll In Kindergarten and Grade 1 This School Year?

The Department of Education has announced the age cut-off policy for incoming Kindergarten and Grade 1 students for school year 2018-2019.  Find out if your little one is qualified to step up! Children who are five years old by June 1 of every calendar year shall be accepted in Kindergarten by both public and privateContinue reading “Is Your Child Eligible to Enroll In Kindergarten and Grade 1 This School Year?”

5 Important Things to Know About the Free Tuition Fee Law

Almost 200 universities and colleges will be implementing the Free Tuition Fee law starting this school year; parents and students are eagerly looking forward to an expense-free education because even miscellaneous payments are covered by the act.  The government has allotted a P40-billion fund for the first year of the law’s implementation to cover theContinue reading “5 Important Things to Know About the Free Tuition Fee Law”

List of Schools with Free Tuition Fee for School Year 2018

There are a total of 112 state universities and colleges and about 78 local universities and colleges that are covered by the free tuition fee law signed by the President last week.  We are sharing the list of schools that are expected to comply with the free tuition fee law beginning June 2018. National CapitalContinue reading “List of Schools with Free Tuition Fee for School Year 2018”

Who Are Qualified to Avail of the Government’s Free College Tuition Fee Program?

The bill granting free tuition fees for students of state universities and colleges was signed into law and announced to the public last Friday, August 4, 2017.  It is now known as Republic Act 10931 or the “Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act”. To help the public better appreciate this good news, we areContinue reading “Who Are Qualified to Avail of the Government’s Free College Tuition Fee Program?”