Wednesday, June 01, 2016


The curriculum in Araling Panlipunan in high school is focused on developing skills and values inherent in the disciplines of history and economics. 


Through the study of History, the students will be better able to understand their own society as well as others. By understanding the relationship of past and present, students will be equipped to deal with problems that might arise in the future. Students will understand chronological thinking and connections between causes and effects and between continuity and change. History enables students to see how people in other times and places have dealt with the fundamental questions of truth, justice, and personal responsibility, to understand that ideas have real consequences, and to realize that events are shaped both by ideas and actions of individuals. 


Integrated in the course on Philippine history is a brief summary of experiences of the Chinese Filipinos, from the time of migration to the present. The focus is on how the Chinese were eventually assimilated into Philippine culture. First year students work on a year-long project that allows them to explore their own family’s history as Chinese Filipinos. 


The study of economics is geared towards understanding the basic economic principles that support the market economy and different economic systems. Through this, the students will learn how to make wise economic decisions about their own lives and become intelligent consumers, employers, and workers. A solid grounding in economics will help students prepare for the global marketplace and the complex world of the future.

Grade School

  • GS Department recognizes outstanding students

    by Pauline Wee                                      … Read More +
  • Grades 1 to 4 take center stage in Field Demonstration

    by Pauline Wee                                      … Read More +
  • Science Fair

    by Alessandra Ampil


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  • GS students strengthen Marian faith

    by Aina Lua of 7-Dignity

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  • GS students deepen their appreciation for literacy

    by Pauline Wee of 7-Freedom

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High School

  • EDSOR 2016 ignites democratic awareness

    by Czarina  Lokin


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  • DG depicts the struggles of OFWs through a Filipino straight play

  • Volleyball team reigns at ISSA

    by Tiffany Ong of 10-Optimism

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  • Swimmers clock in personal bests abroad

    by Alexa Loste of 9-Purity

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  • Students honor Rosary Month

    by Czarina Lokin of IV-Fidelity

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