Discounts, Other Grants & Privelages

A. Discounts in Tuition Fee
1. Discounts for Brothers and Sisters

Tuition fee discounts are granted to brother and sisters studying at SSC-R (in the same educational level).

Two brothers/ sisters  –  2nd gets 10% discount
Three brothers/ sisters  –  3rd gets 30% discount
Four brothers/ sisters  –  4th gets 75% discount
Five brothers/ sisters  –  5th gets 100% discount
–  6th gets 100% discount
Seven brothers/ sisters  – 6th and 7th gets 100% discount

2. Discounts of Children of Faculty and Employees

Children of:
a. Permanent Faculty Members and Permanent School Employee

1st Child  –  100%
2nd Child  –  75%
3rd Child  –  50%
4th Child  –  25%
5th Child  –  pay in full

b. Full- Time Faculty Members (full- time as provided for in the DepEd Manula of Regulations for Private Schools, 8th Edition, 1992, Section 45) after two years of service in SSC-R.

1st Child  –  75%
2nd Child  –  50%
3rd Child  –  25%

c. Full- Time unmarried Faculty Members after 7 years of service in SSC-R.

One dependent  –  100%

d. Part – time Faculty Members who have taught at SSC-R for two consecutive years with load not less than 12 units/semestral in College of 10 hours per week in High School or Elementary as the case may be:

1st Child  –       50%
2nd Child  –       25%

B. Grants for Athletes of SSC-R

High School Athletes whose names are in the official list of the NCAA line-up and athletes who may represent the Philippines in the International athletic competition are granted tuition fee discount of 100%. The school may grant exemption from miscellaneous fees(High School and College) to champion teams of any event and to other individual gold medalist upon the recommendation of the Athletic Moderator to the Director of Scholarship. The rest of the athletes shall pay 25% of the miscellaneous fees. Some reserved players for the Junior Basketball Teams may be allowed with at least 50% or 100% discount on tuition and miscellaneous fees depending on the recommendation of the Athletic Moderator to the Director of Scholarship.

Quarterly Academic Awards

Every quarter, the school gives a Certificate of Recognition to students who have achieved excellence in their studies based on the recommendation of the Committee on Honors and Awards. Best in Academics Certificates are awarded to the top ten students by year level and to the topnotcher per section. Best in Religion and Conduct Certificates are awarded to the over – all topnotcher by year level and to the topnotcher per section.

Year – End Academic Honors and Awards

1.The designation “valedictorian”, “salutatorian”, and “first honorable mention” shall apply to graduating honor students.
2.There shall be one valedictorian and one salutatorian for all graduating classes. However, in case of a tie between two candidates, both may be declared valedictorians or salutatorians.
3.The number of students to be declared honorable mention in a secondary school shall be one percent (1%) of the total number of graduating students.
4.The following criteria and the corresponding relative weights shall be used in determining the valedictorian, salutatorian and honorable mention awards.

  • Academic Excellence – seven (7) points
    Academic Excellence shall be based on the general average of the graduating students in the last two years (third and fourth) of schooling. The final grades in the fourth year should be completed before the last three weeks of the school year, and should be based on the work done during the last grading period.
  • Performance in Co – Curricular Activities – three (3) points
    Performance shall cover the achievements of the candidates for the last two years, including active participation in authorized organizations or clubs, literary, musical activities, athletics (school, provincial, city, regional, national and international levels), awards in relation to school work, civic activities, membership in the barangay, researches, and other outstanding awards in athletics, school paper, and the like. The rating shall be based on the combined assessment of all the third and fourth year teachers of the candidates.

5. Ranking of the students for honor shall be based on the total weighted ranks of their academic and co – curricular performance.

Year – End Co – Curricular Awards

1.Activity honors are given at the end of every school year.
2.There is only one honors certificate or medal per club/organization. If the club/organization has several sub – units (e.g. teams, scout troop, etc.) there will be one honor certificate per unit if there are qualified members of such honors.
3.A student may receive only one honors certificate during the school year to allow more students to get it during the school year.
4.At the end of the year, over – all co – curricular awards are given to deserving undergraduates and graduating students.
5.The criteria for the activity honors are:

  • Attendance
  • Interest and active participation in the activities/sessions of the club
  • Leadership qualities
  • All passing marks in the different subject areas