Circular for Parents and Guardians: July 1, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Greetings of Peace!

To further assist you through the enrollment process, provide you with more payment options, and address your safety and security concerns, Marist School has set onsite enrollment schedule in addition to the ongoing online enrollment.

As per circular posted on the school’s website on May 31, please be reminded that the last day of online enrollment is on July 15, 2020 (Wednesday).

Kindly fill out the form found at https://enroll.maristschool.ph/ and pay the amount of Php 10,000.00 as partial down payment for your child’s school fees. Your payment is accepted in any of the following bank branches:

For those who will pay via bank, kindly send your proof of payment to [email protected]. Tuition fee payment via bank will have to be verified within two (2) banking days after proof payment/s has been sent to the Business Office.

For onsite enrollment, the following dates have been set for each grade level for the sole purpose of controlling the number of parents coming in the campus:

  • July 6: Kindergarten and Grade 1
  • July 7: Grade 7
  • July 8: Grade 11
  • July 9: Grade 2
  • July 10: Grade 3
  • July 13: Grade 4
  • July 14: Grade 5
  • July 15: Grade 6
  • July 16: Grade 8
  • July 17: Grade 9
  • July 21: Grade 10
  • July 22: Grade 12

Also, kindly be reminded that onsite enrollment is from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM and that cash or credit card payment is accepted. When entering the campus, kindly observe the school’s health and safety protocols by subjecting yourselves to temperature scanning and filling out our Visitor’s Health Survey Form (as prescribed by the IATF).

To keep you updated, please regularly visit our school website https://www.maristschool.edu.ph/ and Facebook page https://facebook.com/maristmarikinaph. For queries or personal concerns, kindly send us a private message through [email protected] so we may reply accordingly.

Thank you for your continued support and cooperation.

Sincerely,

(Signed)

Br. Allan J. De Castro, FMS

School President