OFFICE OF

STUDENT SERVICES

Office Of Student Services

The Office Student Services of Hua Siong College of Iloilo is tasked to attend and provide services to students, as well as other sectors of the academic community. The office provides an enriching school life and serves as a vehicle for more productive activities and endeavors that lead towards the attainment of the present Vision, Mission and Objectives of Hua Siong College of Iloilo.

Programs

The Office Student Services responds to the demands of the learners, specifically for the realization of students’ holistic development. The following programs/services are offered: Guidance Program, Student Organizations Development Program, Scholarship and Student Privileges, Student Publication, Moral and Development Program, Placement Program, and Student Discipline.

Guidance Programs

Guidance is an integral part of the educational process. It aimed at assisting students for their holistic development. Through the provision of the different Guidance Services, learners are assisted in gaining self-awareness and deep understanding of one’s self and problems that confronts them for better adjustments and in making intelligent choices.

Guidance Associates conduct individual routine interview; facilitate group
guidance activities and homeroom guidance; conduct career guidance and counseling; and sponsor various programs/activities.

Such activities further discover student’s aptitudes, interest, personality, abilities and talents for their optimum development; discover and facilitate the acquisition of scholastic and social skills they need to will help them in their adjustments in the college community and in the wider society.

The Guidance Associates perform other tasks, namely: test administration and interpretation, referral service, consultation services, conducting researches and
evaluation, developing guidance materials and maintenance of student guidance file.

The Guidance Program has the following specific objectives:

  1. To collect and make readily available relevant educational, vocational, personal and other important information needed by the students in order to make wise choices.
  2. To gather data from an individual student for better understanding of his/her growth and areas of development which need special attention.
  3. To compile collected information from individual students that can be utilized in making decisions through an effective program of counseling.
  4. To assist students for better adjustment and where his/her abilities and interests are best challenged.
  5. To provide wholesome and challenging activities that would assist an individual student in making the most of his/her strength and in compensating for weakness that interfere with his/her progress.

The above objectives are achieved through cooperative relationships among the home, school, community and through the implementation of the following Guidance Services:

1. Individual Inventory Service

Understanding the individual is of first importance in carrying out an effective guidance program. It is in this sense that activities are sponsored to provide a complete account of the student’s background, interests, activities and plans relating to the present and the future.

2. Information Service

It is a comprehensive and systematic collection and dissemination of information outside the individual through various programs to assist students in their personal-social, academic and career planning.

3. Counseling Services

Counseling provides a situation in which the student is stimulated to evaluate himself and his opportunities, to choose, to accept responsibility for his choice. To achieve this objective, and to be of greater access to the students, individual and group counseling are held. 

Guidance Services Description
Routine Interview focuses not only on educational aspect of the students but all other concerns like vocational, emotional, social, moral and personal
Group and Individual Counselling a. Group Counselling focuses on the problems which are common to students like study habit, poor adjustment among others.
b. Walk-ins – counselling sessions may be availed anytime as the need arises
c. Call-ins – call-in student with academic deficiencies and those referred.
d. Referrals – A student may be referred to the Guidance Office for the following reasons: (will provide/improve online form/scheduling)
Testing Service This service administers and evaluates tests that provide valuable knowledge concerning the psychological makeup of the students in terms of his abilities, achievements, in terms of his abilities, achievement, interests, aptitudes, personality, etc. Information/data obtained from the test can be of help to the guidance counselors and associates, the students meet their problems.

  1. IQ Test
  2. Achievement Test
  3. Personality Test
Placement Services This is a process of assisting a student find a place where he could adjust himself satisfactorily and where his abilities and interests are challenged. Educational as well as vocational placement is conducted through the following activities:

  1. Career Orientation Program
  2. Interview with transferees
  3. Interview with graduating learners
Follow up and Referral Services The staffs conduct the following activities under this service in order to determine the extent to which they have made satisfactorily adjustment:

  1. Incidental follow-up as a routinary work.
  2. Follow-up of students who have been the subject of case studies.
  3. Follow-up of shifter students.

*Referrals – A student may be referred to the Guidance Office for the following reasons:

  • Perennial Tardiness
  • Underachiever/failing grades
  • Poor study habits
  • Dropping or Shifting
  • Disrespect towards others
  • Withdrawal from group activities
  • Untidiness
  • Unable to get along well with others (maladjustments)
  • Lack of personal discipline (boisterous noise inside the class)
  • Other maladaptive behavior

Scholarship and Student Privilege

Hua Siong Scholarship Grants

1. PRESIDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (PSP)

This scholarship program is open to all incoming Grade 7 learners who are from any public and private schools including Hua Siong College of Iloilo.

This scholarship program is given to a qualified learner until Grade 12.  However, in order to qualify for the said scholarship program, a learner must meet the following requirements:

A. UPON ENTRY AS GRADE 7

i. The applicant must present a Certificate from the Elementary/Grade School Principal stating that he/she belongs to the Top 3 of the Graduating Class.

ii. He/She will be given FULL FREE TUITION; however, he/she must pay the school’s miscellaneous fee.

B. RETENTION

In order to maintain the scholarship in the succeeding grade levels or Grade 8 up to Grade 12, he/she must meet the following requirements:

 i. He/She must have a General Average of 90% and above and will be given the following benefits.

Grade Requirement Tuition Miscellaneous
94 and above Full free To be paid
92-93 50% discount To be paid
90-91 25% discount To be paid

ii. He/She must have no failing grade in any subject in any grading period and with a General Average of 80% in Chinese Class.

iii. He/She must have no failing grade in any grading period and with a Final Grade of 85% in Conduct.

C. Failure to meet the above requirements will automatically mean the cancellation of the scholarship grant. No reapplication will be accepted.

D. Application for the said scholarship program is subject for approval by the Scholarship Committee.

2. EXECUTIVE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (ESP)

This scholarship program is open to all incoming Grade 11 learners who are from any private school. This scholarship program is given to a qualified learner until Grade 12.  However, in order to qualify for the said scholarship program, a learner must meet the following requirements:

A. UPON ENTRY AS GRADE 7

i. The applicant must present a Certificate from the Junior High School Principal stating that he/she belongs to the Top 3 of the entire completer class.

ii. He/She will be given FULL FREE TUITION; however, he/she must pay the school’s miscellaneous fee.

iii. Government vouchers will be waived in favor of the school.

B. RETENTION

In order to maintain the scholarship in the succeeding grade level or Grade 12, he/she must meet the following requirements:

Grade Requirement Tuition Miscellaneous
94 and above Full free To be paid
92 50% discount To be paid
90 25% discount To be paid

i. He/She must have no failing grade in any subject and with a General Average of at least 80% in Chinese Class at the end of each semester.

ii. He/She must have no failing grade and with a Final Grade of at least 85% in Conduct at the end of each semester.

C. Failure to meet the above requirements will automatically mean cancellation of the scholarship grant.  No reapplication will be accepted.

D. Application for the said scholarship program is subject for approval by the Scholarship Committee.

3. CHAIRMAN’S SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Chairman’s Scholarship Program is a special offering to deserving learners who meet the requirements set by the Committee. This scholarship program is open to Grade 3 to 11 applicants who are from any public school.

A. SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

a. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 

In order to qualify for the said scholarship program, an applicant must meet the following requirements:

  1. Family gross annual income must not exceed Php 400,000.
  2. Must not have been reported for any misconduct to the Discipline Office of his/her school.
  3. For incoming learners’ applicant, one must have a General Average of 94%.

b. DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS 

In addition to the above requirements, the following documents should be submitted.  Failure to submit any one (1) of the said requirements will automatically disqualify the applicant.

  1. Original and certified true copy of Progress Report Card bearing the signature in ink of the school principal and registrar of his/her previous school.
  2. Latest ITR of the applicant’s parents/legal guardians.  If parents/legal guardians are unemployed, a certification from the Barangay Captain or BIR must be submitted.
  3. Certificate of employment stating the salary of applicant’s parents/legal guardians.  If parents/legal guardians are unemployed, a certification from the Barangay Captain must be submitted.
  4. Current electric bill/statement of account under the name of the parent/legal guardian.

B. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  1. An applicant must go through the proper admission procedures.
  2. He/She must take the entrance exam and pass all the subjects. 

C. RETENTION

In order to maintain the scholarship in the succeeding grade levels, he/she must meet the following requirements:

  1. He/She must have a General average of 94% and above.
  2. He/She must have at least a General Average of 85% in Chinese class.
  3. He/She must have no failing grade in any grading period and with a Final Grade of at least 85% in Conduct.

D. CESSATION

Failure to meet the above requirements will automatically mean cancellation of the scholarship grant. No reapplication will be accepted.

E. BENEFIT/PRIVILEGE

Full free tuition and fees in excess of FAPE grant (FAPE in favor of school)

F. SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS

Submit the following to the Office of Student Affairs on or before 2Nd week of May of the current year.

  1. Duly accomplished application form
  2. Required documents
  3. 3pcs. 2×2 ID picture (in white background) with name tag

G. Other fees shall be collected from the scholars who avail of a Full free Tuition and Miscellaneous fee.

H. Application for the said scholarship program is subject for approval by the Scholarship Committee.

4. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL VOUCHER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL VOUCHER PROGRAM is a special program offered to deserving incoming Grade 11 learners who are from any public school since they are automatic voucher grantees.

A. SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

a. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 

In order to qualify for the said scholarship program, an applicant must meet the following requirements:

  1. Must be a Junior High School completer from any public school
  2. Must not have been reported for any misconduct to the Discipline Office of his/ her school.

B.  DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS

In addition to the above requirements, the following documents should be submitted.  Failure to submit any one (1) of the said requirements will automatically disqualify the applicant.

  1. Original and certified true copy of Progress Report Card bearing the signature in ink of the school principal and registrar of his/ her previous school.

C. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  1. Failure to comply with the guidelines means forfeiture of scholarship grant.
  2. An applicant must go through the proper admission procedures.
  3. He/ She must take the entrance exam and undergo a personal interview with the Department Head.

C. RETENTION

In order to maintain the scholarship in the succeeding grade levels, he/ she must meet the following requirements:

  1. He/ She must pass all the subjects.
  2. He/ She must have no failing grade in any grading period and with a Final Grade of at least 85% in Conduct.
  3. Failure to meet the above requirements mean cancellation of the scholarship grant.

D. CESSATION

Failure to meet the above requirements will automatically mean cancellation of the scholarship grant. No reapplication will be accepted.

E. BENEFIT/PRIVILEGE

Full free tuition and fees in excess of Voucher Grant

F. SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS

Submit the following to the Office of Student Affairs on or before 2Nd week of May of the current year.

  1. Duly accomplished application form
  2. Required documents
  3. 3pcs. 2×2 ID picture (in white background) with name tag

G. Other fees shall be collected from the scholars who avail of a Full free Tuition and Miscellaneous fee.

H. Application for the said scholarship program is subject for approval by the Scholarship Committee.

5. EMPLOYEES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

This scholarship program is open to all children, including legally adopted children, of Hua Siong College of Iloilo employees. All employees who wish to avail of the said scholarship must apply for the said program every school year. There will be no limit for the number of children an employee may enlist for this scholarship.

A. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS AND PRIVILEGE

a. Children of tenured employees who have rendered continuous service of 4 years and more:
Basic Education Department: Full free tuition and miscellaneous
College Department: 30% discount on tuition fee, miscellaneous and other fees to be paid (Effective school year 2022-2023)

b. Children of returnees or those who have rendered broken service:
Basic Education Department: Full free tuition only
College Department: 20% discount on tuition fee, miscellaneous and other fees to be paid (Effective school year 2022-2023)

c. Children of probationary employees or those who have rendered service of 3 years and below:
Basic Education Department: Full free tuition only
College Department: 20% discount on tuition fee, miscellaneous and other fees to be paid (Effective school year 2022-2023)

B. RETENTION

  1. He/ She must pass all the subjects.
  2. He/ She must have no failing grade in any grading period and with a Final Grade of at least 85% in Conduct.

C. Failure to meet the above requirements will automatically mean cancellation of the scholarship grant thus, the employee shall pay the tuition and miscellaneous fee through salary deduction. FAPE in favor of school.

D. Application for the said scholarship program is subject for approval by the Scholarship Committee.

 6. SPORTS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

A. CLASSIFICATION

  1. Regular Paying Athlete (RPA)
  2. Recruited Athlete (RA)
  3. Special Cases Athlete (SCA)

a. Regular Paying Athlete (RPA) – is a regular student who is paying his/her tuition and miscellaneous fees, and is a member of a certain sport (individual/team event) who achieved a medal in ISSA, PRISAA and other related games recognized by our school. The athlete is asking for a privilege in tuition, especially when they are winning in the respective competition they are joining.

b. Recruit Athletes (RA) – are top-level student athletes from other schools. They are top-performing athletes who are recruited by our school sports officials to study and play for us.

c. Special Cases Athletes (SCA) – are athletes who have the potential to bring honor to the school. They are performing athletes who are being targeted and recruited by other schools to play for them and AGAINST us, most especially the basketball players.

B. BENEFITS/PRIVILEGE

This benefit shall be enjoyed by the athletes in the next school year.

Category of Benefits:

A  (100% discount from TUITION & MISCELLANEOUS)

B  (75% discount from TUITION & MISCELLANEOUS)

C  (50% discount from TUITION & MISCELLANEOUS)

D  (75% discount from TUITION only)

E  (50% discount from TUITION only)

F  (25% discount from TUITION only)

Regular Paying Athletes (RPA)

Level of Competition

 

3rd

 

2nd

 

CHAMPION

ILOPRISAA/ISSA X X F (25% discount from TUITION only
Integrated Meet F F E (50% discount from TUITION only)
Regional Meet E E D (75% discount from TUITION only)
National/Palaro D D D (75% discount from TUITION only)

 

Recruit Athletes (RA)

Level of Competition

3rd 2nd CHAMPION
ILOPRISAA/ISSA 50% discount from TUITION 50% discount from TUITION C  (50% discount from TUITION & MISCELLANEOUS)
Integrated Meet C C B  (75% discount from TUITION & MISCELLANEOUS)
Regional Meet B B A  (100% discount from TUITION & MISCELLANEOUS)
National/Palaro A A A

 

Special Cases Athletes (SCA)

I. Category A1

  • A (100% discount from TUITION & MISCELLANEOUS)
  • Free dorm
  • Books
  • School uniform
  • Financial allowance (monthly)
  • Free meals

II. Category A2

  • A (100% discount from TUITION & MISCELLANEOUS)
  • Free dorm
  • Books
  • School uniform
  • Financial allowance (monthly)
  • 1 Free meal

III. Category A3

  • A (100% discount from TUITION & MISCELLANEOUS)
  • Books
  • School uniform
  • Financial allowance (monthly)

IV. Category A4

  • A (100% discount from TUITION & MISCELLANEOUS)

C. TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

The following standards must be met by an athlete in order to enjoy the benefits/privileges stated above:

  1. No failing grade (74 and below) in any subject
  2. No major offense committed or reported to the Discipline Office
  3. Full or total obedience to the coaches and school officials

D. PROCEDURES ON GRANTING THE SCHOLARSHIP

1. Respective coaches will submit a list of athletes for recommendation to the Overall Sports Coordinator.
2. The Overall Sports Coordinator will assess and submit the final list of shortlisted athletes to HSCI Board of Trustees – Sports Committee for approval.

E. Other fees shall be collected from the scholars who avail of a Full free Tuition and Miscellaneous fee

F. Application for the said program is subject for approval by the Scholarship Committee.

 7. FINANCIAL GRANT-IN-AID PROGRAM (FGP)

This scholarship program is open to all Hua Siong learners from Grades 1-12. In order to qualify for the said scholarship program, a learner must meet the following requirements. Failure to meet and submit ALL the said requirements will automatically disqualify the learner from availing of the said program.

A. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS AND PRIVILEGE

i. The learner must have a General Average of 80% in both English and Chinese Class.
ii. He/She must have no failing grade in any subject in any grading period.
iii. Family gross annual income must not exceed Php450,000. However, parents’ gross income should be according to the following based on the number of child/children in the family:

– Only child – Php300,000
– Two children – Php350,000
– Three children – Php400,000
– Four children or more – Php 450,000

iv. He/She must not have been reported for any misconduct to the Discipline Office.

B.  DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS

The following documents should be submitted in order for the learner to qualify. Failure to submit any one (1) of the said requirements will be automatically disqualify the learner from availing of the said program.

i. Original and photocopy of the current Progress Report Card
ii. Latest ITR of applicant’s parents/legal guardians
iii. Certificate of employment stating the annual salary of applicant’s parents/legal guardians.
iv. Current electric bill / statement of account under the name of the parent/guardian

C. MONETARY GRANT

Once approved, a learner will be given a maximum of Php15,000 and a minimum of Php 3,000 as financial grant, and is deductible from his/her Tuition and Fees. FAPE to be returned to learners.

D. Application for the said program is subject for approval by the Scholarship Committee.

8. TREE OF HOPE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Tree of Hope Scholarship Program offers scholarships to high school learners. This scholarship offers six (6) years of free education at Hua Siong College of Iloilo.

This scholarship program is open to all incoming Grade 7 learners who graduated from any public elementary school duly recognized by the Department of Education.

A. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

In order to qualify for the said scholarship program, an applicant must meet the criteria set by the committee:

  1. A graduating elementary learner from schools duly recognized by the Department of Education.
  2. Have a final average of 90% or higher and a minimum final grade of 85% in all subjects.
  3. Family gross annual income must not exceed P350,000.00.
  4. Certificate of good conduct and behavior as certified by the Guidance Counselor of the school.

B.  DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS

In addition to the above requirements, the following documents should be submitted. Failure to submit any one (1) of the said requirements will automatically disqualify the applicant.

  1. Original and certified true copy of Progress Report Card bearing the signature in ink of the School Principal ad Registrar where he/she graduated.
  2. Latest Income Tax Return (ITR) of applicant’s parents/legal guardians. If parents/legal guardians are unemployed, a certification from the Barangay Captain or BIR must be submitted.
  3. Certificate of Employment stating the annual salary of applicant’s parents/legal guardians. If parents/legal guardians are unemployed, a certification from the Barangay Captain must be submitted.
  4. Current electricity bill/ statement of account under the name of the parent/legal guardian.

C. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  1. An applicant must go through the proper admission procedures.
  2. He/She must take the qualifying examination and be among the top scorers.
  3. Must pass the interview, background check and home visitation by the scholarship committee.

D. RETENTION

In order to maintain the scholarship in the succeeding grade levels or Grade 8 up to Grade 12, the scholar must meet the following requirements:

  1. He/She must have a General Average of 90% and above.
  2. He/She must have no failing grade in both English and Chinese subjects in any grading period, with at least 85% in Chinese Class, and with a Final Grade of at least 85% in Conduct.
  3. He/She must not have committed any major offense.

    D. CESSATION

    Failure to meet the above requirements will automatically mean cancellation of the scholarship grant. No reapplication will be accepted.

    E. BENEFIT/PRIVILEGE

    Full free tuition and fees in excess of Voucher Grant

    F. SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS

    Submit the following to the Office of Student Affairs on or before 2Nd week of May of the current year.

    1. Duly accomplished application form
    2. Required documents
    3. 3pcs. 2×2 ID picture (in white background) with name tag

    G. Other fees shall be collected from the scholars who avail of a Full free Tuition and Miscellaneous fee.

    H. Application for the said scholarship program is subject for approval by the Scholarship Committee.

    Scholarship with Sponsors

    1. SHARE A GIFT OF EDUCATION III (SAGE III PROGRAM)

    As a partner school, GT Foundation, Inc. (GTFI) and the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (FFCCCII) will award Hua Siong College of Iloilo with three (3) (exact number of slots to be determined by FFCCCII) scholarship slots that will provide a yearly educational grant amounting to Php25,000.00 per chosen scholar. This educational subsidy will be disbursed over the course of six years to cover Grades 7 to 12, depending on the slots provided

    The basic criteria for the selection of scholars for consideration are as follows:

    A. Open to students whose parent(s) or ascendant(s) is/are Chinese or Filipino-Chinese and whose families earn a combined total income of less than Php400,000 per year, as evidenced by the latest statement of Income Tax Return;

    B. Must have a General Weighted Average of not lower than 85% or its equivalent and a conduct grade of not lower than B – or its equivalent;

    C. Must not obtain a failing grade in any subject;

    D. Must not have committed any disciplinary offense or have not been found guilty thereof, or charged in any proceeding before judicial, quasi-judicial, administrative or other agency/body; and

    E. Must not have any record of being expelled from any school or any record of discontinuing his/her studies.

    Please note that once the scholars have been selected, they cannot be replaced for the duration of the Program. The educational grant of each chosen scholar from your school will be sent via check to your institution directly, for the account of the scholar.

    Should you agree to partner with us once more in the SAGE III Program, please find below the roles and responsibilities of a partner school:

    1. For the screening and selection process of the SAGE III program, submit 5-6 candidates for consideration, using the official application form attached to this letter.
    2. Annually submit a duly signed and notarized Certificate of Project Existence (COPE) and official receipt from the school upon receipt of the financial subsidies of the chosen scholars.
    3. At the end of each academic year, submit a copy of the chosen scholars’ report cards, as all scholars in the SAGE III Program are subject to an evaluation of grades and conduct to determine the eligibility to receive the financial grant for the following school year.
    4. Coordinate with the SAGE III Secretariat and monitor the adherence of the students to the scholar’s contract.
    5. Co-sign as witness to the Scholar’s Contract, which is required for all chosen scholars.

    *Application for the said scholarship program is subject for approval by the Scholarship Committee.

    2. SPECIAL ASSISTANCE FUND FOR EDUCATION (SAFE) SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (FFCCIII)

    FEDERATION OF FILIPINO-CHINESE CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY, INC.
    Regulations on Special Assistance Fund for Education (SAFE) Scholarship Program

      1. To all principal of Chinese -Filipino Schools in the Philippines:
        Select ten (10) applicants or specified limit given by the Federation, in accordance with the regulation.
      2. Outstanding grades are not required; but applicants must have no failing grades and conduct should not be lower than B.
      3. The Federation will not accept individuals to directly apply at the FFCCCII office. All applications should be reviewed by your school to determine that the applicant is in great need of assistance.
      4. Submit completed application form stamped with school seal, attached with Chinese and English report cards, parent’s ITR, and recent electricity bill. Schools must send the complete documents to the Education Committee of FFCCCII. The allocation of scholarship assistance will be reviewed and approved as appropriate.
      5. This scholarship assistance is limited to Grade 1 to Grade 12 students, taking both English and Chinese classes.
      6. Strictly no acceptance of more than one (1) application from one (1) family.
      7. If more than ten (11) applicants have been submitted to the Federation, it will be returned to you for further screening.
      8. Please give priority to the old scholars from your school. If you want to replace him/her, please provide reason/s.
      9. If any part of this regulation needs to be modified, the Federation will make necessary amendments at any time.
      10. This regulation shall be implemented and will take effect on August 2020.

    3. PROC AMBASSADOR’S SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS

    The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China (PROC) in the Philippines, through the Philippine Chinese Education Research Center (PCERC) has created two (2) Scholarship Programs.

    1. The PROC Ambassador’s Award

      • To reward a student who shows exemplary diligence in studies
      • Has both ability and integrity
      • Has a well-rounded personality
      • One student at Php20,000.00

    2. The PROC Ambassador’s Student Grant

      • To financially aid students who study hard, of good moral character, and who comes from a financially hard-up family.
      • Two (2) students at Php10,000.00 each

    Requirements:

    • Recommendation from the school
    • Application form
    • Photocopy of Chinese report card

    4. INJAP SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

    The INJAP Scholarship Program offers scholarships through high school (Grades 7-12) and, in another case through college.  This scholarship offers (6) years of free education at Hua Siong College of Iloilo.  They may be extended up to college if the scholar decides to pursue his or her college degree in the said institution.  

    This scholarship program is open to all incoming Grade 7 learners who graduated from any elementary school duly recognized by the Department of Education, including Hua Siong elementary graduates. 

    A. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

    In order to qualify for the said scholarship program, an applicant must meet the criteria set by the foundation:

      1. Graduating elementary pupils from schools duly recognized by the Department of Education.
      2. Having a final average of 85% or higher and a minimum final grade of 80% in all subjects.
      3. Family gross annual income must not exceed Php350,000.
      4. Of good conduct and behavior, as certified by the Guidance Counselor of the school.

    B. DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS

    In addition to the above requirements, the following documents should be submitted.  Failure to submit any one (1) of the said requirements will automatically disqualify the applicant.

      1. Original and certified true copy of Progress Report Card bearing the signature in ink of the school principal and registrar where he/she graduated.
      2. Latest ITR of applicant’s parents/legal guardians.  If parents/legal guardians are unemployed, certification from the Barangay Captain or BIR must be submitted.
      3. Certificate of Employment stating the annual salary of applicant’s parents/legal guardians.  If parents/legal guardians are unemployed, a certification from the barangay Captain must be submitted.
      4. Current electric bill/statement of account under the name of the parent/legal guardian.

    C. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

      1. An applicant must go through the proper admission procedures.
      2. He/She must take the qualifying examination and be among the top scorers.
      3. Must pass the interview, background check and home visitation by the scholarship committee.

    D. RETENTION

    In order to maintain the scholarship in the succeeding grade levels or Grade 8 up to Grade 12 the scholar must meet the following requirements:

      1. He/She must have a General Average of 85% and above.
      2. He/She must have no failing grade in any subject in any grading period and with no failing grade in Chinese Class.
      3. He/She must have no failing grade in any grading period and with a final grade of 80% in Conduct.

    A scholar must fulfill all the retention requirements all the way to Grade 12 to qualify for free tertiary education at Hua Siong College of Iloilo, Inc.

    E. CESSATION

    Failure to meet the above requirements will automatically mean the cancellation of the scholarship grant.  No reapplication will be accepted.

    F. BENEFITS/PRIVILEGES

      1. Full free tuition and fees
      2. Annual books and uniform allowance

    G. SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS

    Submit the following to the Office of the Principal on or April 6, 2022:

      1. Duly accomplished application form 
      2. Required documents
      3. 4 pcs. of 2X2 picture (recently taken)

    Application for the said scholarship program is subject to approval by the Scholarship Committee.

    5. TY ENG LIONG EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION GRANT-IN-AID PROGRAM

    A. BACKGROUND

    The Ty Eng Liong Educational Foundation has set up a Grant–in–Aid program to help education in ICCHS available to students who would otherwise not be able to afford it.

    B. KIND OF GRANT

    This scholarship is available to poor but deserving incoming first-year high school students in both English and Chinese for a full four–year high school course provided that he/she meets the required academic and disciplinary standards. We can only pay the remaining amount of full tuition and miscellaneous, less the FAPE assistance.

    This scholarship is renewable every year.

    C. APPLICATION

    1. Procedure 
    • Parent/ Guardian attends orientation.
    • Parent / Guardian secures application form from the Scholarship Committee
    • Parent/ Guardian submits accomplished application forms and requirements to the Scholarship Committee.

    NOTE:

    a. Parents of applicants are required to provide complete data or information which are requested in the application form.  Incomplete data or information may mean denial of the application.

    b. The Committee reserves the night to deny grants if the submitted are incorrect.

    • The TEL Educational Foundation Scholarship Committee verifies need for Grant–in–Aid.
    • The Tel Educational Foundation deliberates and decides on applications.
    • Parent/ Guardian picks up results of application form _________________.

    1. Schedule

    Release of Application Forms              March 27, 2006

    Deadline for Submission                       May 01, 2006

    Release of Results                                   May 10, 2006

    Note:  All transactions pertaining to grant–in–aid applications will be received/ handled by the Scholarship Officer.

    2. What to submit (Requirements)

    • Application Letter ( stating the reason/ need for the grant )
    • Duly accomplished Application Form with the following attachments:
      1. 1 x 1 Photo of application
      2. Recent Family picture ( taken within the last 3 months)
    • Report Card of Applicant – Last two School Years ( 2004-2005, 2005–2006)
    • Location map of residence
    • Duly accomplished recommendation form from the school (sealed in an envelope).
    • Pay slip or proof of income ( latest 2 months)
    • A copy of parents ( father’s and mother’s) Income Tax Return submitted in April immediately preceding the current school year; or BIR certification of exemption from filing ITR.
    • Meralco, telephone and water bills ( latest 2 months)
    • A copy of parents’ Community Tax Certificates

    Note:  Incomplete requirements will not be processed.

     3. Verification of Need for Grant–in–Aid

    • Parents will be interviewed if necessary regarding their child’s application for grant – in – aid.
    • Home visitation will be made to new applicants.  Other grantees will be visited also if necessary.

    4. Conditions for Approval of Grant–in–Aid 

    Conditions for receiving a scholarship grant:

    • His/ her family cannot afford ICCHS education for financial reasons
    • He/she is not under academic sanction.
    • He/she is not under disciplinary probation status at the end of the school year.
    • His/ her average conduct and effort mark at the end of the school year.

    5. Effectivity

                Good for one school year, unless renewed, up to fourth-year high school.

    6. Forfeiture of approved Grant

    For the Parents/ Guardians:

    1. Mis-presentation of information and/ or falsification of documents and/or.
    2. Improved financial condition
    3. Other reasons determined by the school

    For the Students:

    1. Commission of serious disciplinary offense, as assessed by the school’s Disciplinary Board and / or.
    2. Retention in the year level.
    3. Other reasons determined by the committee.

    STUDENT PUBLICATION

    NEXUS is the official Newsletter of Hua Siong College of Iloilo and The Chain is the Official Publication of the institution. The student publication is dedicated to reporting relevant news inside the school, as well as beyond.

    School Clubs and Organization

    Clubs and organizations are essentially small communities where a learner is welcomed and given the chance to express himself/herself, sharpen his/her talents, have a deep sense of shared ownership, and most importantly acquire necessary skills to become the best versions of themselves. Every learner in Hua Siong College of Iloilo (Grades 4-12) is required to be a member of one Academic or Non-Academic and one Formation club that is duly recognized by the school.

    These clubs and organizations have class moderators and regularly meet every Friday.

    Club Membership

    Club membership is compulsory. Learners can join only one Academic or Non-Academic and one Formation club. This is to ensure the balance between academic work and club endeavors of the learners.

    Membership to the club is good for one school year. A learner can decide to transfer to another club a school year after. Each learner is asked to choose a club based on their interests and skills. Learners will be given three (3) clubs of their preference upon registration. The learner will be automatically enlisted to his/her second choice once the desired club will have the maximum number of members.

    Club Meetings

    Club meetings are scheduled every Friday. Please see the table below for the time allotted for the Academic or Non-Academic and Formation Club Meetings:

     

    Academic and Non-Academic and Character Formation Clubs

    Phoenix Graders

    2:45 to 3:45 pm

    Junior Phoenix 

    3:00 to 4:00 pm

    Senior Phoenix

    3:00 to 4:00 pm

     

    Here’s the schedule of Club Meetings for School Year 2021-2022:

    First Quarter: Week 1-5

    Activity/Schedule

    Week 1: August 13 

    Week 2: August 20

    Week 3: August 27 

    Week 4: September 3

    Week 5: September 10

    First Club Meeting

    Election of Club Officers

    Academic and Non-Academic Club Meetings

    Character Formation Club Meetings

    Academic and Non-Academic Club Meetings

    Second Quarter: Week 6-10

    Week 6: September 24

    Week 7: October 15 (JHS only)

    Week 8: October 22

    Week 9: November 5

    Week 10: November 12

    Character Formation Club Meetings

    Academic and Non-Academic Club Meetings

    Character Formation Club Meetings

    Academic and Non-Academic Club Meetings

    Character Formation Club Meetings

    Third Quarter: Week 10-15

    Week 11: November 26 (PG & SHS only)

    Week 12: December 3 (Last Club Meeting of 2021)

    Week 13: January 7 (First Club meeting of 2022)

    Week 14: January 14

    Week 15: January 21

    Academic and Non-Academic Club Meetings

    Character Formation Club Meetings

    Academic and Non-Academic Club Meetings

    Character Formation Club Meetings

    Academic and Non-Academic Club Meetings

    Fourth Quarter: Week 16-20

    Week 16: January 28

    Week 17: February 18

    Week 18: March 4

    Week 19: March 11 (last Club meeting for SHS)

    Week 20: March 25 (last Club meeting for PG & JHS)

    Character Formation Club Meetings

    Academic and Non-Academic Club Meetings

    Character Formation Club Meetings

    Academic and Non-Academic Club Meetings

    Character Formation Club Meetings

    Attendance

    • Learners’ attendance shall be checked and strictly monitored by the moderators every meeting.
    • Learners are expected to be in their respective club virtual rooms for the entire duration of every meeting. Those caught loitering shall be subject to appropriate sanctions.
    • The school rules on attendance and punctuality as stipulated in the handbook shall apply during club/activity periods.
    • Moderators’ attendance shall be monitored by the Office of Student Services through the Assistant Principals. Change of virtual meeting link, ID, or password without prior notice to the OSS is highly discouraged.

    Club Grading System

    Each learner is given a club grade at the end of every grading (Elementary to Senior High School) in letter equivalents. A rubric for the basis of grades is provided to all moderators. The performances of learners shall be described in the report card, based on the following components:

    Components

    Grade Equivalent

    Attendance

    30%

    Conduct

    20%

    Output

    35%

    Impact to Community

    15%

    Total

    100%

    Club Requirements

      • Each club member should comply with the required club output to be assigned by his/her moderator at the end of each grading.
      • Each club member should behave properly at all times.
      • Each club member is encouraged to participate actively in the different activities of his/her club.
      • Club members are encouraged to suggest possible club activities and output to their moderator within the academic year.

    Student Discipline

    The state college recognizes the importance of right conduct and discipline of the students and their pursuit of education. Cases of students’ misconduct/misbehaviors beyond the parameters of effective counseling process are referred to the Student Discipline which is in-charge of the judicious implementation of the Student Code of Conduct and Discipline.

    Health Services

    a. Hua Siong E-Konsulta: Online Medical Consultation

    As modern medicine allows people to live longer, the demand for primary health care providers is expected to rise especially in this time of pandemic. Hua Siong College of Iloilo’s Medical Team finds ways to reach out to everyone without needing to visit our school clinic.

    The Office of Student Services aims to make health care services accessible, available, and convenient to the whole Hua Siong community – parents, employees, and learners with limited mobility, time, or transportation options. It also provides support for self-management of health care anytime, anywhere.

    Thus, to extend help and continue to provide primary health services to the Hua Siong community, an initiative was conceptualized, the “Hua Siong E-Konsulta: An Online Medical Consultation”. 

    E-Konsulta is a free online medical consultation with our school physician and school nurses to provide the primary health care needs of our Hua Siong members in this time of pandemic through Facebook and Messenger.

    E-Konsulta is a quick and convenient online consultation initiative where you fill in an online form or speak to someone virtually about a health issue. It’s a secure way to digitally contact and consult with Hua Siong healthcare professionals

    Library Services

    A. BIN BAG Project (Books-in-a-Bag)

    • Books in a bag program as conceptualized fitting to the need of today’s educational platform. This literacy program  is an initiative that provides our learners with book bags on loan, filled with quality fiction collections appropriate for our learners. The school offers a curbside book pick-up option for the families of our bonafide students. 

    B. Scholastic Literacy Pro

    • An online or offline, adaptive reading assessment that measures students’ reading comprehension level
    • Provides educators and parents with actionable reports
    • Matches students to the right books

    *The LitPro Test is adaptive, and the questions presented are individualized to student performance.

    Student Activities

    A. RECOLLECTION

    Recollection is one of the programs that the office is offering to cater the spiritual needs of the learners. It is a half-day activity for non-graduating learners from Grades 4 until Senior High School. Learners are not required but are highly encouraged to attend the said activity. The aim of the recollection is to provide the learners a moment of prayer, reflection, and sharing to have a deeper understanding of who they are and find God’s presence in their experiences.

    B. RETREAT

    Retreat is one of the programs that the office is offering to cater the spiritual needs of the learners. It is a half-day activity for graduating learners from Grade 6, Grade 10, and Grade 12. Learners are not required but highly encouraged to attend the said activity. The aim of the Retreat is to provide the learners a moment of prayer, reflection, and sharing to have a deeper understanding of who they are and find God’s presence in their experiences. It is also time to rest, relax, breathe deeply, and be renewed by God.

    support

    Communication is key to building trust and establishing partnerships. Should you have any concerns, clarifications or questions, you may email at support@huasiong.edu.ph for assistance and support. Rest assured that your email will be forwarded to the office or person concerned. Click the contact page for more details.

    Online Admission

    Now Open for S.Y. 2022 - 2023

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