Scholarships and Discount Programs

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To meet with the Vision-Mission-Core Values of the institution, SPCFI is giving opportunities to deserving students who excel in academics/non-academics and other related interests during their stay in school.

Scholarships That You Can Apply

This privilege is given to the Top 3 Grade 6 completers from any public or private Elementary School enrolling in Grade 7 at SPCFI High School Department.

 

Without Government Subsidy

CATEGORY PRIVILEGE DURATION
First Honors 100% Free Tuition Fee
Free 1 set of PE Uniform
One school year
Second Honors 75% Free Tuition Fee
Free 1 set of PE Uniform
One school year
Third Honors 50% Free Tuition Fee
Free 1 set of PE Uniform
One school year

With Government Subsidy

CATEGORY PRIVILEGE DURATION
First to Third Honors Free 1 set of PE Uniform One school year

This privilege is given to the Top 10 Senior High School Graduates of any Public and Private Schools enrolling in any SPCFI college program.

CATEGORY PRIVILEGE DURATION
First Honors 100% Free Tuition Fee
Free School ID
Free PE Uniform
One semester only
Second Honors 75% Free Tuition Fee
Free PE Uniform
One semester only
Third Honors 50% Free Tuition Fee
Free PE Uniform
One semester only

Requirements:

  • Certificate from the previous Senior High school Principal indicating the honors received and over-all ranking
  • 1 pc. 2×2 colored picture

This privilege is given to continuing students who comply the grade requirements of not lower than 2.0 in all subjects taken from the previous semester.

 

Requirements:

  • SPCFI student with at least one semester residence.
  • Must have full load as prescribed in the year level prospectus.
  • No grade below 2.0 in all subjects.
Grade Average Privilege
1.0 - 1.3 100% Free Tuition Fee
1.4 - 1.5 75% Tuition Fee Discount
1.6 - 1.7 50% Tuition Fee Discount

Guidelines:

  • The scholar secures official copy of grades from the MIS and submits to the Dean for evaluation purposes. The Dean makes an endorsement to the Director of the Student Affairs Office to make the scholarship valid.
  • The scholar reports to the Student Affairs Office (SAO) for confirmation of scholarship granted. After the confirmation, a copy of the approved scholarship is given to the Dean’s office for filing.
  • The scholar enrolls the prescribed load of his/her curriculum.
  • If a student is a recipient of two or more scholarships/discounts.
  • Any act by the scholar such as, but are not limited to, disloyalty to program. he/she is required to choose only one. SPCFI, misconduct or offense involving moral turpitude, and/or violation/s of any of the provisions of the College Student Handbook (Levels 2-4, Table of Offenses and Penalties, Appendix A) shall be a ground for termination from the scholarship program.
  • All scholars are mandated to attend meetings or activities called for by the Scholarship Committee Head.

To enhance the total P.E.R.S.O.N of the student, SPCFI creates venue for the student’s artistic expression aside from academic performance. The cultural scholarship is composed of the Dance Ensemble and the Chorale Ambassador members. It is a privilege granted to deserving students who excel in dancing and in singing.

 

Benefits:

The following privileges are given every semester based upon the recommendations of the Dance Ensemble Artistic Director and the Chorale Director with the approval of the SAO Director who takes charge of the scholarships and discounts:

  1. 100% free tuition fee
  2. 75% discount on tuition fee
  3. 50% discount on tuition fee
  4. 25% discount on tuition fee

Guidelines:

  • An applicant must have a 1 semester residency before enjoying the privilege and must be college student of SPCFI.
  • The scholar submits his/her official copy of grades to the Student’s Affairs Office after evaluation and endorsement of recommendations by the Artistic Director/Chorale Director.
  • A load of at least 18 academic units is prescribed for cultural scholars excluding PE and NSTP courses. Succeeding units will be paid by the scholar.
  • Scholars renew their scholarship every semester provided that they pass all subjects.
  • They are to complete the number of hours intended for dance or choir practices.
  • If a student is a recipient of one or more scholarships/discounts he/she is required to choose only one (1).
  • Any act by the scholar such as, but are not limited to, disloyalty to SPCFL, misconduct or offense involving moral turpitude, and/or violation/s of any of the provisions of the College Student Handbook (Levels 2-4, Table of Offenses and Penalties, Appendix A) shall be a ground for termination from the scholarship program.
  • All scholars are mandated to attend meetings or activities called for by the Scholarship Committee Head.

This scholarship program is intended for academically deserving students but who are economically-challenged. They are given the privilege of education for free by rendering their services as student assistants in the offices of the institution.

 

Requirements:

  • A student who aspires to become a SAS will apply to the VP for Academic Affairs Office with the following requirements:

    For incoming First Year college applicants:

    1. Application letter addressed to the VP Academic Affairs.
    2. One (1) photocopy of Form 138 (Report Card) with grades not lower than 80;
    3. One (1) photocopy of Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Principal of the school where he/ she graduated.
    4. One (1) photocopy of Barangay Clearance stating family income or Income Tax Return (1TR) of working parents; and
    5. 1 pc. of 2×2 colored picture with white background.
  • An interview is conducted to the applicant together with the parents/guardian by the SAS Coordinator.
  •  The VP-Academic Affairs shall make an endorsement to the Student Affairs Office to make the scholarship valid.
  •  A load of at least 18 academic units plus P.E and NSTP every semester and 3 units every summer
  •  Scholarships are to be renewed every semester after complying with the following requirements:
    1. Passing grades for all subjects enrolled in the semester
    2. An average rating of not lower than 3.0 in the evaluation by the office head where they are assigned.
  • A scholar must submit an official copy of grades to the Students Affairs Office upon enrollment per semester.
  • No student shall be a recipient of more than one scholarships/discounts.
  • Any act by the scholar such as, but are not limited to, disloyalty to SPCFI, misconduct or offense involving moral turpitude, and/or violation/s of any of the provisions of the College Student Handbook (Levels 2-4, Table of Offenses and Penalties, Appendix A) shall be a ground for termination of the scholarship program.
  • All scholars are mandated to attend meetings or activities called by the Scholarship Committee Head.

Benefits:

  • Free Tuition fee;
  • Free Miscellaneous fees; and
  • Free NSTP fee.

This privilege is given to marginalized pupils with no failing grade from the previous level. A discount of 50% on tuition and miscellaneous fees is granted.

 

Guidelines:

  •  Applicants are required to submit to the SPCFI Center for Philanthropy (SCP) Office the following requirements:
    1. Accomplished Scholarship Application Form;
    2. One (1) photocopy of Form 138 (Report Card);
    3. One (1) photocopy of Income Tax Return (ITR) of Parents/Guardian.
    4. One (1) photocopy of Barangay Clearance stating family income, if both parents have no permanent work;
    5. Letter of Commitment from the Parents/Guardian to shoulder the remaining 50% school fees;
    6. One (1) photocopy of Certificate of Good Moral
    7. Character from the principal of the previous school (if the applicant is a new student or a transferee) and;
    8. 1 pc. recent 2×2 colored picture.
  • Once requirements are completed, an interview is scheduled by the SCP Scholarship Committee.
  • Qualified Philanthropic scholars are required to maintain grades not lower than 80% in all subjects for Basic Education Students and grades not lower than 2.5 in all subjects enrolled in any college programs for College Students.
  • Submission of complete grades of all subjects to the Scholarship Director at the end of the school year is required for evaluation purposes and for renewal of scholarship upon enrolment in the succeeding level.
  • In case of siblings who belong to the same department in school, SPCFI will grant only one qualified SCP scholar.
  • Deadline of renewal for scholarship is one week before classes start and must be observed strictly.
  • No pupil shall be a recipient of more than one Scholarship/discount.

Senior High School Voucher Program

Senior High School Voucher Program (SHS VP) is a program of financial assistance wherein subsidies in the form of vouchers are provided to qualified SHS learners in participating private or non-DepEd public SHSs.

(Source: https://peac.org.ph/senior-high-school-voucher-program/)

Educational Service Contracting (Junior High School)

Educational Service Contracting (ESC) is a partnership program by the Department of Education (DepEd) aimed at decongesting overcrowded public junior high schools. In ESC, the excess capacities of certified private junior high schools are “contracted” through slot allocations for students who would otherwise have gone to public schools. The slots come with subsidies called ESC grants, and program beneficiaries are called ESC grantees or, for the purposes of these guidelines, simply grantees.

(Source: https://peac.org.ph/educational-service-contracting-esc/)

Discounts

Siblings

Tuition fee discount given to brothers and sisters enrolled at SPCFI in the same academic year.

  • The sibling paying the highest tuition fee will pay the full school fees.
  • Subsequent siblings enrolled enjoy a 5% discount each on tuition fee.

 

Full Payment

Full payment of school fees for one school year done at the beginning of classes in June of before the First Monthly Examination is given 5% discount in tuition fees.

 

Transferee

Transferees are pupils from other schools who wish to continue their studies in SPCFI. These students should have no failing grades both in academic and deportment. Transferees are given the following:

  • 50% discount of miscellaneous fees for one year
  • P50.00 (Fifty pesos) discount for 2nd and 3rd set of school uniform
IMPORTANT REMINDERS
  • Scholarships and Discounts must be applied for a week before classes start in June
  • Privileges will be cancelled in the event that there is:
    • A failure to meet the date stipulated for renewal of application of the scholarship or discount.
    • A failure to maintain the grades stipulated for the kind of scholarship granted
  • No student shall be a recipient of more than one scholarship or discount
  • Scholars are advised to always refer
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