SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

In response to the 2015 ASEAN Integration and backed-up by our impressive track record in Higher Education, SDCA reaffirmed our leadership by keeping with changes in the Philippine education system. The launch of our progressive and industry-responsive Senior High School (SHS) in 2016 proved to the community that, indeed, “we walk the talk.”

PROGRAM OFFERINGS

ACADEMIC TRACK
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FACILITIES

Backed up by St. Dominic College of Asia’s impressive track record in Higher Education, St. Dominic Basic Education provides students with a rich variety of opportunities using industry-standard facilities that help your kids explore their individual talents and abilities, hone their leadership potentials, and take control of their own learning.

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STUDENT LIFE

At St. Dominic, we believe that intelligence has many facets and various expressions. We go beyond the basics by providing a rich and varied education and formation for our learners to help them identify early on his talents, abilities, and potentials. Competitions, both in and off-campus, encourage student participation, accountability, creativity, innovation, and socio-emotional competence.

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REQUIREMENTS

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Tuesday, 25 July 2017 03:26

Budding Nightingales reach out to children

As part of their community outreach activities, third year students from SDCA’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program conducted an annual Health Assessment for the children attending their chosen beneficiary, LayongMabilog Elementary School,in Maragondon, Cavite.

A total of 102 students from grades 1 to 6 were put under physical assessment. The BSN students found out the top five major health concerns of the children—Poor personal hygiene, poor oral health, head lice, white spots or “an-an”, and scabies or the “Itch mite” were prevalent among the children.

Children are vulnerable to diseases and it is a good thingthat SDCA’sstudents annually provide free health assessment at public schools, a practice that fits their future job description—“plans and provides medical and nursing care to patients.”

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