CIRCULAR

 

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Greetings of peace and goodwill from Marist School!

Nothing is as important as the safety of our students, personnel and every member of the Marist School community. Please know that we are working to continuously provide you with updates on school situation and are taking measures to help keep Marist School COVID-19-free.

As we have previously communicated, we have intensified cleaning procedures and are increasing the frequency of disinfecting protocols. We continue to follow guidelines recommended by government and health authorities, including such measures as frequent handwashing, mindful hygiene, vigilant social distancing, and strict quarantine procedures. More recently, we have enhanced safety measures in the campus by performing mandatory thermal screening and hand sanitizing for all individual who are authorized by the school management to enter school premises.  Likewise, we are also controlling ingress and egress of people, making the pedestrian gate (at the main façade between Gates 3 and 4) as the only place designated for this purpose. The exterior parking space at the back of the Magnificat Chapel shall be utilized to its full capacity before any interior parking at the main parking area.

Since we are in extraordinary times, we also recognized the opportunity to revisit our current policies and procedures, specifically on admission and enrollment of new and returning students for SY 2020-2021.  Hence, we have organized to adopt online admission and enrolment and chose to utilize payment facilities of selected banks. These arrangements (see attachment) are intended to extend existing support services for the benefit of our students. We would like you to know that our students and you, their parents, are supported through this process. (Please refer to the attached guidelines)

We trust that in God’s grace you and your love ones are safe from the threats of the COVID-19 outbreak. We are committed to continue implementing necessary precautions to promote campus safety and security. With these measures, we are positive that we can successfully prevent the entry of COVID-19 into our   beloved school.

Again, our primary concern is to ensure that Marist School is a safe and secure learning and working place. 

Lastly and more importantly, let us continue praying and monitoring health and safety updates.

In Mary,

BR. NIÑO M. PIZARRO, FMS

School President

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GUIDELINES FOR ONLINE ADMISSION AND ENROLLMENT IN ALL GRADE LEVELS FOR SY 2020-2021

Marist School shall adopt online admission and enrolment in the light of health advisories on COVID-19 outbreak in order to facilitate the admission and registration of incoming new students and returning Marist students for SY 2020-2021.

Please be guided by the following guidelines and schedules:

  1. FOR APPLICATION
    1. All interested applicants may send the requirements (in PDF or JPG format) listed below to the [email protected] for evaluation.
      1. Photocopy of the recent report card
      1. 1×1 ID
      1. PSA or NSO Birth Certificate
    1. Applicant will be notified of the next step to be done within 48 hours of receipt of email.
  • FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS
    • Successful applicants will be notified as to the procedure on enrollment via email together with the soft copy of all enrollment forms and the list of additional requirements.
    • Orientation for successful applicants is put on hold. They may proceed with the enrollment process.

GUIDELINES FOR ENROLLMENT (FOR OLD STUDENTS)

  1. REGULAR ENROLLMENT
    1. The following schedule is observed for each grade level.

May 21 – Grade 1                                  June 1 – Grade 6

May 22 – Grade 2                                  June 2 – Grade 8

May 25 – Grade 7                                  June 3 – Grade 9

May 26 – Grade 12                               June 4 – Grade 10

May 27 – Grade 3                                  June 5 – Grade 11

May 28 – Grade 4                                  June 8 and 9 – Marist School Afternoon Shift

May 29 – Grade 5

  • Notes:
    • No-report-card-No-enrollment policy is strictly implemented.(2010 RMRPS; Section 121)
    • Sectioning for Grades 1 and 2 is on a First-Come-First-Served basis.
    • A penalty of Php500 is imposed on those who will pay through a bank after the scheduled enrollment date.
  • EARLY ENROLLMENT: From April 21 – May 20 early enrollment will be accommodated by the Registrar’s Office for students who are promoted to the next grade level and who have fully settled their respective accounts.
    • The parent/guardian/student has the option of having the process of early enrollment be done through face-to-face transaction (by going directly to the Registrar’s Office) or online transaction.
    • Early enrollment through face-to-face transaction will run from April 21 – 24 only.
    • Online early enrollment will run from April 21 – May 20.
      • The parent/guardian/student submits a clear PDF or JPG copy of the following documents to [email protected]:
        • Accomplished and signed admission/assessment form
        • Signed Guidelines for SY 2020 – 2021
        • QVR Certificate (for incoming Grade 11 only)
        • 1×1 ID picture
        • Bank deposit slip of payment       
  • The Registrar sends the parent/guardian/student (a) acknowledgement of receipt of documents and (b) validation of bank payment as verified by the Business Office.
    • Once enrollment has been successfully processed, the Registrar notifies the parent/guardian/student.

         3.     PAYMENT OF FEES

While COVID-19 alert status is under enforcement, payment maybe deposited in the following designated banks.

Bank METROBANK RCBC
Account Type SAVINGS ACCOUNT SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Account Name MARIST COLLEGE INC. MARIST COLLEGE INC.
Account Number 001-017-0000-7017512699 7589-747466-6
Address

MARIKINA CENTER BRANCH (Near Bayan)

OR ANY METROBANK BRANCH 

SAN ROQUE BRANCH (Near OLA Church)

OR ANY RCBC BRANCH

 

Please be advised that the above guidelines and schedules are subject to change pending COVID-19- related announcement from the government and Marist School authorities.

For further inquiries and clarification regarding admission and enrollment, kindly email the Registrar’s Office at [email protected].

We continue to pray that the COVID-19 emergency situation will soon be over. Through our collaborative efforts wewill succeed in combatting the disease.

In Mary,

 

 

  1. NIÑO M. PIZARRO, FMS

School President

Attachment: a/s

 

GUIDELINES FOR ONLINE ADMISISON AND ENROLLMENT IN ALL GRADE LEVELS FOR SY 2020-2021

 

Marist School shall adopt online admission and enrolment in the light of health advisories on COVID-19 outbreak in order to facilitate the admission and registration of incoming new students and returning Marist students for SY 2020-2021.

 

Please be guided by the following guidelines and schedules:

 

  1. FOR APPLICATION
    1. All interested applicants may send the following requirements (in PDF or JPG format) listed below for evaluation.
      • Recent report card
      • 1×1 ID
      • PSA or NSO Birth Certificate
    2. Applicant will be notified of the next step to be done within 48 hours of receipt of email.

 

  1. FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS
    1. Successful applicants will be notified as to the procedure on enrollment via email together with the soft copy of all enrollment forms and the list of additional requirements.
    2. Orientation for successful applicants is put on hold. They may proceed with the enrollment process.

 

GUIDELINES FOR ENROLLMENT (FOR OLD STUDENTS)

 

  1. REGULAR ENROLLMENT
    1. The following schedule is observed for each grade level.

May 21 – Grade 1                             June 1 – Grade 6

May 22 – Grade 2                             June 2 – Grade 8

May 25 – Grade 7                             June 3 – Grade 9

May 26 – Grade 12                          June 4 – Grade 10

May 27 – Grade 3                             June 5 – Grade 11

May 28 – Grade 4                             June 8 and 9 – Marist School Afternoon Shift

May 29 – Grade 5

  1. Notes:
    • No-report-card-No-enrollment policy is strictly implemented. (2010 RMRPS; Section 121)
    • Sectioning for Grades 1 and 2 is on a First-Come-First-Served
    • A penalty of Php500 is imposed on those who will pay through a bank after the scheduled enrollment date.

 

  1. EARLY ENROLLMENT: From April 21 – May 20 early enrollment will be accommodated by the Registrar’s Office for students who are promoted to the next grade level and who have fully settled their respective accounts.
    1. The parent/guardian/student has the option of having the process of early enrollment be done through face-to-face transaction (by going directly to the Registrar’s Office) or online transaction.
    2. Early enrollment through face-to-face transaction will run from April 21 – 24 only.
    3. Online early enrollment will run from April 21 – May 20.
      • The parent/guardian/student submits a clear PDF or JPG copy of the following documents to [email protected]:
        • Accomplished and signed admission/assessment form
        • Signed Guidelines for SY 2020 – 2021
        • QVR Certificate (for incoming Grade 11 only)
        • 1×1 ID picture
        • Bank deposit slip of payment
      • The Registrar sends the parent/guardian/student (a) acknowledgement of receipt of documents and (b) validation of bank payment as verified by the Business Office.
        • Once enrollment has been successfully processed, the Registrar notifies the parent/guardian/student.
  1. PAYMENT OF FEES

 

While COVID-19 alert status is under enforcement, payment maybe deposited in the following designated banks.

 

Bank

METROBANK

RCBC

Account Type

SAVINGS ACCOUNT

SAVINGS ACCOUNT

Account Name

MARIST COLLEGE INC.

MARIST COLLEGE INC.

Account Number

001-017-0000-7017512699

7589-747466-6

Address

MARIKINA CENTER BRANCH

(Near Bayan)

SAN ROQUE BRANCH (Near OLA Church)

 

Please be advised that the above guidelines and schedules are subject to change pending COVID-19- related announcement from the government and Marist School authorities.

 

For further inquiries and clarification regarding admission and enrollment, kindly email the Registrar’s Office at [email protected].