The mission of the Academic Services Department is to provide and utilize technological and human resources that facilitate learning and ensure the efficient delivery of these services.
There are five different units under the umbrella of the Academic Services Department. They include:
The Registrar’s and Admissions Office is a service unit that is responsible for maintaining, updating and evaluating the academic records of students. The services cover areas of admission, enrollment, graduation, school records, and other related tasks including liaison with other schools and government agencies such as the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Bureau of Immigration (BOI).
The Registrar’s and Admissions Office is committed to the pursuit of excellence. As such, its mission is to provide accurate and timely dissemination of information, consistent with quality service, that are responsive to the needs of the community. In meeting its mission, the Registrar’s and Admissions Office provides leadership and assistance in the development and modification of policies and procedures that will best serve the faculty, students, alumni, parents, staff, and members of the general public within the parameters established by law.
SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE
A unit under the Academic Services Department that is composed of 15 Guidance Counselors/Mentors, one (1) SPED teacher, one (1) office Secretary and one (1) Unit Head.
The De La Salle Santiago Zobel School Counselors & Mentors believe that:
The De La Salle Santiago Zobel School Counseling Program facilitates the holistic development of the students who are academically competent, emotionally & mentally well, and career ready as they live the Lasallian values. It empowers students to be actively engaged with their own formation in order to competently manage the challenges of school life and the ever-changing world and to thoroughly prepare them for long-term career success and active participation in transforming society.
The De La Salle Santiago Zobel School Counseling Program is committed to the pursuit of academic achievement and the formation of the whole person. The comprehensive school counseling program enhances the academic, personal/social, and career development of the students in collaboration with the school, home, and community. It creates meaningful opportunities for students to learn and apply life skills useful and relevant for responding to current and emerging student needs, and in preparing for adult life.
The School Counseling Program aims to provide opportunities that focus on enhancing the students’ abilities in terms of academic, personal-social, and career development.
Implementing Guidelines for SCO Programs and Services
Program Title and Description
1. Individual or Grouped Interview Sessions and Student Planning
2. Individual or Grouped Counseling & Follow-up Sessions
3. Student Advising/Consultation Services
4. Management of Students with Special Needs
5. Peer Facilitation
6. Psychological Assessment
7. Consultation Services
9. Guidance Curriculum
Scheduling & Implementation
Individual or Grouped Interview Sessions and Student Planning, Individual or Grouped Counseling & Follow-up Sessions, Student Advising/Consultation Services, Management of Students with Special Needs, & Peer Facilitation:
INSTRUCTIONAL AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OFFICE
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