PROGRAM OFFERINGS
ACADEMIC PROGRAM

The Academic Curriculum of the Junior High School Department is based on the K to 12 Curriculum of the Department of Education, though some modifications are made to conform with the peculiarities of the Salesian Educational System.

To form good Christians and upright citizens, the High School Department, specifically the Academic areas, aim to:

CHRISTIAN LIVING – develop among the learners an intimate and personal experience of their faith: Doctrinal Truths that summarizes God’s gift to man, moral conduct that fulfills the two-fold commandments, and Sacraments of their Faith which make
present the salvific action of Christ to the Church, by immersing them to the Word of God.


FILIPINO
– mahubog ang kakayahang komunikatibo, magingmapanuri at kakitaan ng pagpapahalaga sa panitikan tungo sa pagkakaroon ng pambansang pagkakakilanlan, cultural na literasi at patuloy na pagkatuto gamit ang kahusayan at teknolohiya upang makaagapay sa pagbabago ng nagaganap sa daigdig tungo sa globalisasyon at
transpormasyong panlipunan ayon sa gawing Salesiyano.

ENGLISH – mold Bosconians who can communicate with sense, ease, and clarity. While possessing substantial communication
skills necessary for a complex interaction requiring the use of the English language, they, too, must have understanding and appreciation for Literature- Philippine and World; hence, developing a discriminating taste for it
and for its allied arts. Moreover, through the study of prose and poetry, they must also acquire the ability to discern
significant human experiences, develop a strong sense of positive values, and gain a profound perspective of life and of humanity.

MATHEMATICS – develop Bosconians, who are creative problem solvers through the use of appropriate technology, logical reasoning, accurate connections and representations that would lead them to deeper understanding, purposeful planning and sensible decisions in real life situations.

SCIENCE – develop Bosconians, who are creative, innovative and technologically-competent problem solvers, critical and inventive thinkers, with an enriched understanding of scientific concepts, skills and processes, ready to manage change and to help save and preserve life and environment.

ARALING PANLIPUNAN – Malinang sa mga mag-aaral ang malalim na pang-unawa sa mga kaisipan ng mga napapanahong isyu sa pag-aaral ng kasaysayan, pamahalaan, kultura at lipunan ng mga rehiyong Asyano; kasaysayang pandaigdig; mga kaisipan sa ekonomiks at pambansang pag-unlad at napapanahong isyu at hamong panlipunan tungo sa paglinang ng mga kasanayang panghabang-buhay ng ika-21 siglo tulad ng mapanuring pag-iisip at paggawa, pagkamalikhain,  kolaborasyon, pag-unawa sa pagkakaiba-iba ng mga kultura, komunikasyon, teknolohiya, at pagtiwala sa sariling kakayahan bilang kahandaan sa kolehiyo, empleo at buhay sa makabagong siglo.

MAPEH – develop healthy and physically fit Bosconians through engaging them in activities that promote and sustain active life.

HEALTH
develop Bosconians who applied the key health concepts learned to the achievement, sustainability and promotion of health and wellness for the improvement of the quality of life of the individual, the family and the larger
community.

MUSIC and ARTS
develop Bosconians who have profound understanding of concepts and processes in music and in the arts of the Philippines and of the world (Asia, historical periods of the West and contemporary age) through appreciation, analysis and performance for his self-development, for the celebration of his Filipino cultural identity and diversity, and for the expansion of his world vision.

 

TECHNICAL PROGRAM
The Technical Program responds to the K-12 Curriculum requirements set by the Department of Education (DepEd) under the Technology and Livelihood Education area (TLE). It is aligned with the school’s vision-mission, and is articulated in the Academic Curriculum in preparation for the Senior High School, particularly in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and in technology-related courses in college.
The subjects offered in this curriculum include Automotive Technology, Computer Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronics Technology, Industrial Drafting Technology, and Mechanical Technology. The curriculum for Grades 7 and 8 follows the General Technology orientation in the four cluster areas, namely, Automotive-Mechanical Technology (AT/MT), Electro-Electrical Technology (ET/ELX), Computer Technology (CT) and Industrial Drafting Technology (IDT). The time allotment for each technology is one and a half (1.5) hours; hence, a total of six (6) hours per week for these four (4) technologies.

The Junior High School Unit of the High School Department aims to:

provide the learners with academic and technological advancement through research and innovation in preparation for Senior High School

equip the learners with 21st century skills they need to help them grow with confidence to practice those skills and to succeed in life;

provide the learners real-world and meaningful experiences to appreciate more life’s purpose and existence;

mold them to be advocates of social change for nation building where moral values such as respect for human dignity, justice for the oppressed, preservation of human rights, and care for the environment are practiced and given importance;

develop in the learners the appreciation of prayer and spiritual activities through the sacraments instill in them the values of an ideal Bosconian.

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Current Students

Lay Mission Partners

PAASCU Acredited Years

Years Established

Get In Touch

Location:  Chino Roces Avenue,  Makati City
Telephone:  (632) 8892-0101
Email: dbmakati.communications@one-bosco.org
School Hours:  M – F: 7am – 4pm

Current Students

PAASCU ACREDITED YEARS

Lay Mission Partners

Years Established

Get In Touch

Location:  Chino Roces Avenue,  Makati City

Telephone: (632) 8892-0101

Email:  dbmakati.communications@one-bosco.org

School Hours: M – F: 7am – 4pm

Current Students

Lay Mission Partners

PAASCU Acredited Years

Years Established

Get In Touch

Location:  Chino Roces Avenue,  Makati City
Telephone:  (632) 8892-0101
Email: dbmakati.communications@one-bosco.org
School Hours:  M – F: 7am – 4pm