Student Handbook (S.Y. 2012-2013)
Admission to the school is open to all high school graduates in one year courses and to undergraduate in six-months Vocational courses.
Requirements for Admission:
1. A completed enrolment form.
2. F-138 for one-year courses
3. Certification of Good Moral Character
Monthly examination is conducted only on the dates published in the official college calendar in the Registrar’s Office.
Any student, who because of unavoidable absences, fail to take the final exam as scheduled must request for Special Exam and should be filed not later than one week after the day of the final exam. A fee of P100.00 will be charged for special prepared exam for students with no Valid Reason.
Term grades are released by the instructor to their respected students two (2) weeks after the examination. Final grades are obtained from the registrar’s office.
For One Year courses students are graded as follows:
95 – Superior
90 – 94 – Very Good
85 – 89 – Good
80 – 84 – Average
75 – 79 – Passing
74 – Below – Failure
Six-Months Vocational Courses:
Each student is issued an ID card requirement as admittance to the school. The ID card must be surrendered to proper authorities upon request. Students without ID will not be admitted in school.
TUITION AND MISCELLANEOUS FEES
At the time of registration, the student is obliged to pay the registration and other miscellaneous fees. Monthly fee must be paid every 15th or end of the applicable month.
A student who withdraws after a week classes started and who has paid his/her registration fee will not be refunded of the registration.
The student who withdraws after 2nd week of classes will be charged of all school fees.
The school may withhold issuance of transfer credentials, Certificate/Diploma to students until he/she has fully settled their financial obligations to the school.
Students with financial delinquencies at the end of the semester will not be permitted to register in the succeeding semester unless previous accounts are settled or proper arrangement is made with the school’s registrar and/or Directress.
Any student who failed in any subject is required to take the removal exam before grades are submitted to the registrar’s office. Failure to take the removal exam after grades are submitted to the registrar’s office is considered failed.
Students are expected to attend class regularly. Absences due to sickness are given consideration upon presentation of doctor’s certificate; however, the student is given extra assignment to make up for work missed.
The school accepts scholarship grants in the following category:
2. SUGAR MILL GRANTEES
STUDENT GROUP PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Cover all risk accident insurance protection policy for students 24 hours a day June to May.
- Accidental death and
- Murder and Assault
- Accidental Medical Expense
- Burial Benefit.
The VBC students should give due respect to all teachers, staff and other person of authority. VBC male students are prohibited to wear earrings and hair should not touch the collar of their uniform.
Male students are required to wear black pants with white polo.
Female should wear the prescribed school uniform from Monday to Thursday. Friday is civilian day.
STUDENT LITE ORIENTATON
Before classes start, all students are provided of general orientation. All rules found in the student handbook are laid to the students.
OTHER RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Students are not allowed to smoke inside the school premises.
2. Students who are drunk or under the influence of liquor should not be admitted to class.
3. All cell phones should be shut off inside the classrooms.
4. Students should wear the proper school uniform:
Female – prescribed school uniform
Male – black trousers and shoes, white polo barong.
Hair – should be properly cut and should not reach the neckline of their polo.
5. Visitors should wait on the visitor’s area while the student is notified of his visit.
6. Students are not allowed to wear slippers, shorts and sleeveless.
7. Any conflict with teachers or staffs, notify the office immediately. Non-compliance of the above rules and regulations will be subject to disciplinary action.
- First offense – verbal warning
- Second offense – verbal warning
- Third offense – written warning
- Fourth offense – suspension or expulsion