Primary education tends to focus on basic academic learning and socialization skills, introducing children to the broad range of knowledge, skill and behavioral adjustment they need to succeed in life – and, particularly, in secondary school. In general, a student learns basic arithmetic and sometimes rudimentary algebra in mathematics, English proficiency (such as basic grammar, spelling, and vocabulary), and fundamentals of other subjects. Learning standards are identified for all areas of a curriculum, including those for mathematics, social studies, science, physical development, the fine arts, and reading.
Basic subjects are taught in elementary school, and students often remain in one classroom throughout the school day, except for physical education, library, music, and art classes.
The Dominican College of Tarlac admits male and female pupils of any nationality, religious belief or any cultural affiliation in accordance with the charter of the school and the laws of the Philippines.
GRADE 1 – 6 years old
Photocopy of NSO authenticated Copy of Birth Certificate (original copy to be presented)
Photocopy of Baptismal Certificate, if Catholic (original copy to be presented)
Certification of previous school attended
Only those with good scholastic standing and valid reason for transfer may apply for admission. The same credentials are asked to be submitted.
Satisfactory rating in the entrance examination and the final interview.