info@dlszobel.edu.ph (+632) 8771-DLSZ

Grades 11 and 12 (Senior High School)

APPLICATION SCHEDULE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-2022

Grade 11 Applications extended until July 31, 2021.

OFFERINGS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2022-2023

Alabang Campus

  • Grade School (Pre-Kinder, Kinder, Grade 1 to Grade 6)
  • Junior High School (Grade 7 to Grade 10)

  • Vermosa Campus

  • Grade School (Pre-Kinder, Kinder, Grade 1 and Grade 3)
  • Junior High School (Grade 7 to Grade 10)
  • Senior High School (Grade 11 and Grade 12)

  • Academic Track for Senior High School
  • 1. Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM)
    2. Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS)
    3. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
  • Arts and Design Track/Strand
  • ADMISSIONS POLICY

    The De La Salle Santiago Zobel School (DLSZ) is a Catholic school. Non-Catholics are admitted provided they participate in all religious activities that are required of the students. No exemption shall be granted by reason of membership in or affiliation with a different religion. 

    A student’s application will be given due course when the student-applicant meets all the academic requirements and has none of the disqualification prescribed by the School, the Department of Education 2010 Revised Manual of Regulations for Private Schools in Basic Education and the DLSZ Student Handbook as amended and such other rules promulgated by the School.

    The school reserves the right at any time to refuse, to admit, or to re-admit students under certain conditions as enrolment in DLSZ is a privilege.

    OFFERINGS

    The De La Salle Santiago Zobel School Senior High School envisions its students to be committed to excellence in the service of others and to be ready for higher education, career and employment. The DLSZ SHS Curriculum is anchored on the Lasallian Guiding Principles for Educational Experiences, the 21st Century Learning Skills, the DepEd Senior High School competencies, and the College Readiness Standards (CRS).

    For the Academic Year 2021-2022, three strands of the Academic Track and the Arts and Design Track are offered.

     

    ACADEMIC STRANDS

    ACCOUNTANCY, BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT (ABM)

    This strand prepares students who have inclination for business, banking, accountancy, marketing, finance and financial management. The set of subjects under this strand culminates with a business enterprise simulation project. 

    HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (HUMSS)

    For students whose interests include human individuals and societies, this strand offers subjects in Humanities (Philosophy, Arts, Literature and Journalism), Social Sciences (Psychology, Sociology, Political Science, Economics and Social Work) and Education. The students in this strand are required to make a creative portfolio and participate in a culminating activity showcasing their outputs.

    SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM)

    For future scientists, information and technology experts, engineers, mathematicians, health scientists, agriculturists, this strand hones proficiency in the natural sciences, mathematics, and computer technology. Culmination of this strand is the writing of a scientific research (capstone project) and the presentation of such in a public forum.  

    ARTS AND DESIGN TRACK

    A high level of artistic participation and performance is required of students in this strandSubjects in this strand target competencies related to literature, theater, dance, music, architecture, visual arts, painting, sculpture, TV, film and multimedia arts.  This culminates with an exhibit for arts production or a performing arts production.

     

    GENERAL GUIDELINES

    Entrance Tests for incoming High School students have been put on hold for Academic Year 2021-2022. Admission of new students for these levels will be based on the credentials submitted and will depend on the availability of slots.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    The applicant must have a general average of at least 85% with no grade lower than 80% in any subject and in conduct during any grading period.

    Former DLSZ students who left without conditions and have been out for at least 2 years are classified as transferees when they come back and must undergo the usual procedure for application.

    ADMISSIONS POLICY

    The De La Salle Santiago Zobel School (DLSZ) is a Catholic school. Non-Catholics are admitted provided they participate in all religious activities that are required of the students. No exemption shall be granted by reason of membership in or affiliation with a different religion. 

    A student’s application will be given due course when the student-applicant meets all the academic requirements and has none of the disqualification prescribed by the School, the Department of Education 2010 Revised Manual of Regulations for Private Schools in Basic Education and the DLSZ Student Handbook as amended and such other rules promulgated by the School.

    The school reserves the right at any time to refuse, to admit, or to re-admit students under certain conditions as enrolment in DLSZ is a privilege.

    OFFERINGS

    The De La Salle Santiago Zobel School Senior High School envisions its students to be committed to excellence in the service of others and to be ready for higher education, career and employment. The DLSZ SHS Curriculum is anchored on the Lasallian Guiding Principles for Educational Experiences, the 21st Century Learning Skills, the DepEd Senior High School competencies, and the College Readiness Standards (CRS).

    For the Academic Year 2021-2022, three strands of the Academic Track and the Arts and Design Track are offered.

     

    ACADEMIC STRANDS

    ACCOUNTANCY, BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT (ABM)

    This strand prepares students who have inclination for business, banking, accountancy, marketing, finance and financial management. The set of subjects under this strand culminates with a business enterprise simulation project. 

    HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (HUMSS)

    For students whose interests include human individuals and societies, this strand offers subjects in Humanities (Philosophy, Arts, Literature and Journalism), Social Sciences (Psychology, Sociology, Political Science, Economics and Social Work) and Education. The students in this strand are required to make a creative portfolio and participate in a culminating activity showcasing their outputs.

    SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM)

    For future scientists, information and technology experts, engineers, mathematicians, health scientists, agriculturists, this strand hones proficiency in the natural sciences, mathematics, and computer technology. Culmination of this strand is the writing of a scientific research (capstone project) and the presentation of such in a public forum.  

     

    ARTS AND DESIGN TRACK

    A high level of artistic participation and performance is required of students in this strandSubjects in this strand target competencies related to literature, theater, dance, music, architecture, visual arts, painting, sculpture, TV, film and multimedia arts.  This culminates with an exhibit for arts production or a performing arts production.

     

     

    GENERAL GUIDELINES

    Entrance Tests for incoming High School students have been put on hold for Academic Year 2021-2022. Admission of new students for these levels will be based on the credentials submitted and will depend on the availability of slots.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    The applicant must have a general average of at least 85% with no grade lower than 80% in any subject and in conduct during any grading period.

    Former DLSZ students who left without conditions and have been out for at least 2 years are classified as transferees when they come back and must undergo the usual procedure for application.

    APPLICATION SCHEDULE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-2022

    Grade 11 Applications extended until July 31, 2021.

    OFFERINGS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2022-2023

    Alabang Campus

  • Grade School (Pre-Kinder, Kinder, Grade 1 to Grade 6)
  • Junior High School (Grade 7 to Grade 10)

  • Vermosa Campus

  • Grade School (Pre-Kinder, Kinder, Grade 1 and Grade 3)
  • Junior High School (Grade 7 to Grade 10)
  • Senior High School (Grade 11 and Grade 12)

  • Academic Track for Senior High School
  • 1. Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM)
    2. Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS)
    3. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
  • Arts and Design Track/Strand
  • APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

    For Filipino Students

    For Foreign Students (in addition to the above-mentioned documents)

    • Copy of Birth Certificate from the Office of the Civil Registry of the country of birth, translated into English, or Embassy Certification of birth details;
    • Copy of Alien’s Certificate of Registration (ACR) I-card issued by the Bureau of Immigration;
    • Copy of Passport Information and current visa page; and
    • Copy of Identification Certificate as Filipino Citizen issued by the Bureau of Immigration (for applicants with dual citizenship).

    Nationality will be based on the applicant’s documents at the time of the application.

    SPECIAL APPLICATION REQUIREMENT FOR APPLICANTS COMING FROM A SCHOOL OVERSEAS

    Copy of Apostille / Authentication Certificate 

    Bring all academic records (report cards and/or transcript of records) to the Office of the Philippine Embassy/Office of the Consular Official in the country which has jurisdiction over the issuing school and secure Apostille / Authentication Certificate. All documents must have an English translation of the entries particularly the name of the student, subjects (with descriptions), grades and grade level.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE

    1

    Fill out and submit the online application form via the Admissions Portal (https://forms.dlszobel.edu.ph/admissions/). Download the Application Confirmation Slip, Withdrawal Policy Form, Data Privacy Statement Consent Form and Waiver for Non-Catholics generated through the online form.

    2

    Pay the non-refundable Application Processing Fee of PhP 300.00 through the different online payment facilities as indicated below.

    3

    Submit application requirements together with the proof of payment (e.g. screenshot of payment confirmation or photo of deposit slip) thru Google Form (Grade 11 & Grade 12 Application Requirements).

    4

    Check the status of application via the Results Portal (https://forms.dlszobel.edu.ph/application-result/) fifteen (15) business days after submission of complete requirements.

    PAYMENT FACILITIES

    1. All payments to the school may be made online via internet banking by using your bank’s mobile app or website to transfer funds to the school’s Union Bank account with the following details:

    Account Name: De La Salle Santiago Zobel School

    Account Number: CA 018-03-000-6691

    Remarks: Student’s Name / Application Number / Purpose of payment (Application Fee)

     

    1. DLSZ online payment facility (https://pay.dlszobel.edu.ph) using your credit card or online banking accounts with the following details:

    Account: Application Fee

    Remarks: Student’s Name / Application Number / Purpose of payment

     

    1. Over the counter payments can be made at any Union Bank branch using the Bills Payment Slip or Deposit Slip with details below:

    Payment for (Company/Institution): De La Salle Santiago Zobel School

    Client Name: Student’s Name

    Reference Number: Student’s Application Number

    Account Number: CA 018-03-000-6691 (if using deposit slip)

     

    An official receipt shall be issued after confirmation of payment. The official receipt may be claimed from the school’s Accounting Office on schedule.

     

     

    RELEASE OF APPLICATION RESULTS

    1. Application results are available online via the application portal.
    2. Telephone inquiries regarding the application results will NOT be entertained.
    3. Parents of accepted applicants should confirm enrollment on the dates indicated in the Acceptance Letter.

    PROCEDURE FOR CONFIRMATION OF ENROLLMENT

    1

    Submit the accomplished Development Fee Form together with the proof of payment (e.g. screenshot of payment confirmation or photo of deposit slip) of the Development Fee (PhP 50,000 for Filipinos and USD 2,000 for foreign applicants) to admissions@dlszobel.edu.ph. The Development Fee is a non-refundable fee made upon confirmation. Only Filipino students, however, are given an option to pay in instalments: For Grade 12 transferees, PhP 25,000 is paid upon confirmation of enrolment and the remaining PhP 25,000 should be paid before the academic year ends. For the rest, the Development Fee may be paid within two (2) academic years.

    2

    Submit a copy of the original final report card, if available, or the DepEd Undertaking to  admissions@dlszobel.edu.ph

    FAILURE TO CONFIRM ENROLLMENT WITHIN THE GIVEN TIME FRAME MAY FORFEIT THE APPLICANT’S ADMISSION TO DE LA SALLE SANTIAGO ZOBEL SCHOOL.

    ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS

    The following enrollment requirements must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office in Alabang Campus on or before the start of classes:

    REGISTRAR’S OFFICE

    De La Salle Santiago Zobel School

    University Avenue, Ayala Alabang Village 

    Muntinlupa City 1780

      1. Original Copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (formerly National Statistics Office)
      2. Original Final Report Card of the current level signed by the School Head/Registrar which indicates the level completed and the level the student is eligible for admission to; 
      3. Certified True Copy of Grade 10 Certificate of Completion Diploma with the student’s LRN (for Grade Eleven transferee); and
      4. Original Copy of the Apostille / Authentication Certification and attachments. 

     

    Additional payment which may be required upon enrollment aside from the Tuition and Other Fees

    1. Upon recommendation by the Admissions Board or the Filipino Subject Area Coordinator, a student may be required to attend a Special Filipino Class and will be charged the Special Filipino
    2. Foreign students required by the Bureau of Immigration to apply for a Special Study Permit will be charged PhP 8,000.
        1.  

    All submitted physical documents in compliance with the application requirements shall become property of DLSZ and are NOT to be returned to the applicant.

    For inquiries, please feel free to get in touch with us. 

     

    Registrar’s/Admissions Office

    Tel. No. (632) 8771-DLSZ (3579) loc 712/790/792 or (632) 8809-1840

    E-mail: admissions@dlszobel.edu.ph or info@dlszobel.edu.ph

     

    Campus Addresses:

    De Salle Santiago Zobel School – ALABANG Campus 

    University Avenue, Ayala Alabang Village, 

    Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila, Philippines

     

    De Salle Santiago Zobel School – VERMOSA Campus 

    Vermosa, Pasong Buaya II, 

    Imus City, Cavite, Philippines