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The Principal’s Message

        My warmest greetings and mabuhay!
The quest to achieve a productive, fulfilling life begins with the pledge to better ones’s self through education. It is with a deep sense of pride that I, as the school leader of Jose P. Laurel High School aims that our students will be highly competitive for excellence when it comes to education. 
       With the technology existence nowadays, it empowers humanity to build a more progressive future. The knowledge our students process out of this highly technical field, can give rise to solutions that will accelerate development across our country and lead our learners towards more dignified and productive lives.
     It is my goal that our students’ journey towards higher learning will mark with success that they may fulfill their potentials and will contribute tot he development of our country’s goal, as well. I trust that our students will continue to persevere and harness the power of their ideas to enable our countrymen and advance our society. 
     Whichever path our students may take, I urge them to remain inquisitive, idealistic and exceptional for our school to level up in their endeavors, for our learners  have the connectivity with the universe and we have the world-wide access leading to be globally competitive citizen of our country. 
     I wish all the best in your future endeavor.

 

DR. MARION A. MALLORCA
Principal IV

 

jose p. laurel high school

VISION

 A learning institution that molds every learner to be God-fearing, patriotic, having harmonious relationship with fellowmen, virtuous, imbued with excellent academic/vocational/life-long learning skills

MISSION

Jose P. Laurel High School intends to transform into:

  • A Child Protection Policy compliant institution wherein teachers, administrators, and school personnel utilize positive discipline and non-threatening strategies in dealing with each learner.
  • Excellence is being applied whether in academic and non-academic pursuits to ensure that every learner is neither being shortchanged nor forsaken in the delivery of instruction.
  • A school that ensures each activity is being geared with learners’ interest and wellness a primal consideration.
  • A Learning institution that neither discriminates nor excluding learners who are at risk of dropping out and failures by ensuring that appropriate intervention is being is being given to them.
  • Conversant to the needs and pulse with each stakeholder to ensure their cooperation to educate a child/learner
  • A school characterizes by policies and procedures that promote genders sensitivity and fairness between and among co-workers and teacher and students.

CORE VALUES

Maka Diyos
Maka-Tao
Makakalikasan
Makabansa

CALENDAR EVENTS

MARCH 4-7         Preparation (FOUNDATION DAY)
MARCH 8             60th FOUNDATION DAY 
MARCH 14 – 15  READING OF FORMS
MARCH 29           RECOGNITION DAY
APRIL 5                 DISTRIBUTION OF CREDENTIALS
APRIL 8 – 10        PRELIMINARY DRAFT OF IPCRF/OPCRF
APRIL 10 – 12     FINAL COPY OF IPCRF/OPCRF
APRIL 15               SUBMISSION OF IPCRF/OPCRF TO DIVISION OFFICE      

MARCH 11           DELIBERATION OF HONORS – GRADE 10
MARCH 11 – 15   RETURNING OF BOOKS/ CLEARANCE
                               INTRAMURALS – (TENTATIVE)
                               
SONG REHEARSAL (GRADE 10)
                               ACCOMPLISHMENT OF FORMS
MARCH 15           MASQUERADE PARTY – (TENTATIVE)
MARCH 18 – 27   MARCHING REHEARSAL (GRADE 10)
MARCH 21           FINAL EXAMINATION (GRADE 10)
MARCH 22           RECOLLECTION-AM/BACCALAUREATE MASS-PM
MARCH 27           THANKS GIVING PROGRAM (GRADE 10)
MARCH 28           MOVING UP NIGHT’S
MARCH 29           RECOGNITION DAY
APRIL  1 – 3         FINAL REHEARSAL (MOVING UP) CEREMONY
APRIL 4                 MOVING-UP CEREMONY
APRIL 5                 DISTRIBUTION OF CREDENTIALS

MARCH 4-7         Preparation (FOUNDATION DAY)
MARCH 8             60th FOUNDATION DAY 
MARCH 14 – 15  READING OF FORMS
MARCH 29           RECOGNITION DAY
APRIL 5                 DISTRIBUTION OF CREDENTIALS
MARCH 4-7         Preparation (FOUNDATION DAY)
MARCH 8             60th FOUNDATION DAY 
MARCH 14 – 15  READING OF FORMS
MARCH 29           RECOGNITION DAY
APRIL 5                 DISTRIBUTION OF CREDENTIALS
MARCH 4-7         Preparation (FOUNDATION DAY)
MARCH 8             60th FOUNDATION DAY 
MARCH 14 – 15  READING OF FORMS
MARCH 29           RECOGNITION DAY
APRIL 5                 DISTRIBUTION OF CREDENTIALS

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