Diocese of Antipolo Catholic Schools Association

MaPSA - Antipolo

Binangonan Catholic College

  • HISTORY
  • ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
  • MESSAGE OF THE DIRECTOR
  • ADMISSION
  • STUDENT MANUAL
  • SCHOOL CALENDAR
  • SCHOOL JOURNAL

History of Binangonan Catholic College

The town’s sole catholic secondary school, the Binangonan Catholic High School (BCHS) commenced operation on July 1, 1947. It was the realization of a dream of Rev. Fr. Martin Strong of the Missionary Society of St. Columban, parish priest of Binangonan after World War II, who observed that the parishioners schooling ended in the elementary level as there was no high school in the town.

With the money he received from his parents, relatives and friends in New Zealand, Fr. Strong started the BCHS, with the 300-year old church convent serving as the first school building. St. Ursula, the parish patron saint became the school’s patron saint too. Studentsnumbered two hundred, more or less, and were offered only first and and second year level courses. The third and fourth year subjects were added to the curriculum the following school year.

Government recognition effective July 1, 1949 was granted to Binangonan Catholic High School. The Certificate of Recognition was given on October 24, 1949, the same year the school held its first commencement exercises turning out 6 graduates.

The school experienced notable progress under the Columban priests Rev. Fr. Kieran White, Rev. Fr. Victor Gaboury and Miss Herminia C. Mañez who served as school principal for 45 years. Diocesan priests took over in 1973. Rev. Msgr. Arsenio Bautista was the first Filipino priest to become school director.

In 1984, under the school director Rev. Msgr. Mariano T. Balbago, Jr., Sta. Ursula Parish School, an elementary school, commenced operation. He saw that Catholic education should start at the early age hence its conception. The Catholic Women’s League (CWL) of Binangonan and Miss Luz B. Flora helped him put up the school. Miss Flora consequently became its first principal.

In 1998, aware of the rapid changes, with the students’ intellectual and personal growth in mind and in preparation for the future ahead, through the initiative of the school director Rev. Fr. Rosalio C. Olaybal and the principal, Mrs. Imelda A. Miguel, BCHSdecided to offer college courses. The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) granted approval for the school to operate as a college in 1999. Binangonan Catholic High School was renamedBinangonan Catholic College.

Courses initially offered were One-Year Diploma Program in Computer Applications, Associate in Computer Applications and Associate in Computer Technology.

Binangonan Catholic College took on Sta. Ursula Parish School in 2006 becoming officially the institution’s elementary department.

In 2016, BCC opened its door to the first batch of senior high school students (Grade 11) in compliance with the Department of Education’s K to 12 Curriculum. Due to the increasing population of the school, an annex building was constructed in M. H. del Pilar St., Libis, Binangonan, Rizal the following  year.

On November 15, 2017, through the initiative of the school Executive Vice President Rev. Fr. Glenn William Z. Relucio, a groundbreaking ceremony was held in Janosa, Binangonan, Rizal for the school’s Senior High School Talim Campus.

At present, Binangonan Catholic College offers complete basic education – preschool, elementary, junior high schooland senior high school, (Libis and Talim Campuses), TESDA courses and the followingsevencollegecourses duly recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED):

Associate in Computer Secretarial (ACS)

Associate in Computer Technology (ACT)

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)

Bachelor of Science in Office Administration (BSOA)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) – Major in Marketing

Bachelor of Elementary Education – Major in Early Childhoodand Content Courses (BSE EC/CC)

Bachelor of Secondary Education – Major in English/Filipino/Mathematics

and Certificate Program in Education

DIRECTORS

1947-1950 Rev. Fr. Martin Strong, SSC, Founder
1950-1970 Rev. Fr. Kieran White, SSC
1970-1973 Rev. Fr. Victor Gaboury, SSC
1973-1977 Rev. Msgr. Arsenio R. Bautista
1977-1980 Rev. Msgr. Severino G. Casas
1980-1987 Rev. Msgr. Mariano T. Balbago, Jr.
1987-1992 Rev. Msgr. Alfredo M. Sta. Ana
1992-1996 Rev. Fr. Bienvenido M. Guevara
1996-1999 Rev. Fr. Rosalio C. Olaybal

PRESIDENTS

1999-2000 Rev. Fr. Felipe L. Pedraja
2000-2006 Rev. Fr. Gerard Joaquin V. Masangya
2006-2013 Rev. Fr. Paquito G. Gallego
2013-2017 Rev. Msgr. ArnelF. Lagarejos
2017-2018 Rev. Fr. Alexander V. Enhaynes
2018-Present Rev. Fr. Glenn William Z. Relucio, Ph.D

VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMICS & ADMINISTRATION 2008-2009

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER 2009-2013

Mrs. Imelda A. Miguel

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

June 2016 – August 2017 – Rev. Fr. Alexander V. Enhaynes                        

August 2017- April 2018 – Rev. Fr. Glenn William Z. Relucio, Ph.D

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT 2014-2015

VICE PRESIDENT for ACADEMICS 2015-2018

Dr. Loida V. Gascon

VICE PRESIDENT for ADMINISTRATION 2015 – 2019

ACADEMIC STEWARD 2019 –PRESENT

Mrs. Melody G. Ison

OFFICER-IN-CHARGE for ADMINISTRATION November 2019 – PRESENT

Mr. Anjoe Salvador Y. Capistrano

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS

1984-1996 – Miss Luz B. Flora

1996-2008 – Mrs. Flordeliza G. Apostadero

2008-2014 – Academic Coordinator / 2014 – 2017 PRINCIPAL – Mrs. Marites J. Cerozola 

2017 – 2018 – Mrs. Teresita B. Mejorada

2018 – 2019 – Mrs. Melody G. Ison

2019 – Present – Ms. Pauline M. Lleno

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

1947-1950 – Miss Consolacion V. Ferrer

1950 – 1953 – Miss Bibiana M. Piguing

1953 – 1998 – Miss Herminia C. Mañez

1998 – 2008 – Mrs. Imelda A. Miguel

2008 – 2010 – Academic Coordinator – Mrs. Delia N. Cerda

2010 – 2014 – Academic Coordinator / 2014 – Present – Miss Bella C. Lirio

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPALS

BCC ANNEX 2018 – Present Mrs. Jenny A. Granale

TALIM CAMPUS 2018 – Present Mrs. Rosalinda H. Tomas

COLLEGE DEANS

2000 – 2004 – Dr. Epimaco S. Fulgencio, Jr.

2013 – 2017 – Rev. Msgr. Arnel F. Lagarejos

2018 – 2019 – Rev. Fr. Glenn William Z. Relucio Ph.D

2019 – Present – Mr. Luisito A. Suinan

Organizational Chart

Message of the Director

REV. FR. GLENN WILLIAM Z. RELUCIO, Ph.D

School President and DACSA Superintendent

Greetings!

It is with great joy and enthusiasm that I welcome you to Binangonan Catholic College

“Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God” (Roman 15:7). It is the only Catholic School in Binangonan… Home of the Future Achievers! – An educational institution is entrusted to our care. Our learning experiences are grounded in Catholic values and beliefs “ For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them” (Ephesian 2:10). We want every student to experience success according to his/her unique characteristics and talent.

We are FAPE/PEAC/ESC re-certified school with advanced and enhanced partnership with Technokids and Aralinks. Aside from college courses that we offer, we are TESDA certified in Book Keeping and Events Management. And now, Senior High School at BCC Talim Campus.

The administration and faculty of Binangonan Catholic College share a dedication and passion to the educational and spiritual formation of students. “ There shall be deliverance and there shall be holiness” (Obadiah 1:17). Together, we provide environment in which students thrive in the development of their faith, academics and co-curricular interests.

Our moral purpose is to ensure that all students learn their full potential, so they can graduate to a world where they can make a difference based on the values and beliefs of their Catholic education.

As School President together with the administration, faculty and staff, we would like to continue high standards of academics and to provide an environment that is good, safe, friendly, caring and innovative. We try to be passionate in helping children to grow spiritually, mentally, physically and ethically.

Thank you for visiting our website and exploring what Binangonan Catholic College has to offer to its students, teachers, parents and the community.

God Bless us all.

Admission

Admission is a very important task of every school. It means granting an applicant admission to the school, with the definite understanding that the student and his parents or guardians, agree (in writing) to comply with the scholastic standards of the school, as well as the ideals of Christian education and its rules and regulations.

Admission Policies

Applicants must submit the following enrolment credentials, forms and requirements to be officially enrolled:

For Toddler/Nursery/Kindergarten, Grades 1-6,Grades 7-10(JHS), Grades 11-12(SHS)

1. Enrolment Permit from the Guidance Office
The Enrolment Permit is issued only upon the submission of the Report Card (F138) duly signed by the Principal.
2. Application Form/Information Sheet
Grade 1 applicants should submit their Certification of Completion for Kindergarten.
3. Medical/Health Certificate
4. NSO/PSA issued Birth Certificate
5. Baptismal Certificate
6. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the school last attended

For Grade 7-10 (JHS) and Transferees

Applicants for admission must take and pass the qualifying entrance test and interview.

For Grade 11-12 (SHS)

applicants are exempted from the entrance examination.

For Foreign Students

The requirements for foreign students are the same as for Grades 7-12. Determination of year level is based on DECS Order No. 26 s. 1994, “Placement of Transferees From Foreign Countries Seeking Admission to Philippine Elementary and Secondary Schools”.

College
Freshmen/Transferees

a. Must pass the College Entrance test.
b. Must pass the interview
c. Must submit the following:

1. Original F138/High School Report Card for freshmen Transfer Credentials/Honorable Dismissal for transferees
2. NSO Issued Birth Certificate
3. Baptismal Certificate
4. Certificate of Good Moral Character
5. 2 Copies of 1X1 I.D. Pictures

Old Students

a. Must submit the accomplished clearance slip.

Cross Enrollees

a. Students from other Institutions may cross enroll in the school if properly recommended.
b. The student should present a permit to cross enroll from the other school.

Second Coursers

Generally, college graduates applying for a second degree in another tertiary education are subject to the same requirements for transferees. General Education subjects would be credited. The remaining subjects that needed to be taken would be major subjects and those that are required by the institution.

CPE

Original Copy of F137/Transcript of Records with Special Order Number.

Screening and Selecting Procedures for New Student and Transferees

1. The guidance office determines the status of the new students based on the score/ result of their college entrance tests and other screening requirements.

2. New students should pass the interview with satisfactory rating. Interview grades should be at least above average to merit admission to any of the college programs.

3. All Freshmen and Transferees are on probation status. They have to prove that they are academically and behaviorally qualified students of the college.

Enrollment Procedures

For New Students/Transferees

1. Entrance Examination

Kindly email or contact:

Grade 7 and JHS transferees:

Grade 1 and GS transferees:

 

2. Online Admission

Make sure to have a PDF READER app or program installed on your gadgets before making these steps.

View the pictures or read the captions to know the steps.

You can access using your Phone, Laptop, Computer and Tablets.

E-mail/Gmail Account is Required in the online assessment for student registration.

Step 1
Go to https://dioceseofantipolo.net/s/admission

Step 2
Click Enter and read Data Privacy Notice.
Click Accept and Continue

Step 3
Select Binangonan Catholic College

Step 4
Enter the admission password: [email protected]
Observe the proper capitalization. Login

Step 5
Select Grade Level you are applying for.

Step 6
Fill in the admission form.
Enter Valid E-mail of the student (Yahoo or Gmail) and keep it secured.

Reminder : Unique email address for each student. If there are corrections, don’t register again. You can make your correction during the Assessment. ( wait on further announcement for the schedule of assessment )

Step 7
Check the Box to certify the validity of information.
Click Submit Application.

Step 8
Secure the Control Number.(Screenshot/Write)
Download and Print the Application Form for your reference.

Wait for further announcement for Assessment schedule.

If you have trouble on downloading the application form, no need to register again, just secure your control number.

3. Online Campus Enrollment

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Report Card (F138)
  • NSO/PSA Birth Certificate
  • Baptismal Certificate
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character

REMINDER:

Only the parent/guardian who is specified on the online admission is allowed to enroll the student. Bring your valid ID and Student’s ID for verification purposes.

THERE IS NO ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, AN INTERVIEW BY THE PRINCIPAL WILL BE DONE INSTEAD.

For Old Students

1. Online Admission

Make sure to have a PDF READER app or program installed on your gadgets before making these steps.

View the pictures or read the captions to know the steps.

You can access using your Phone, Laptop, Computer and Tablets.

E-mail/Gmail Account is Required in the online assessment for student registration.

Step 1
Go to https://dioceseofantipolo.net/s/admission

Step 2
Click Enter and read Data Privacy Notice.
Click Accept and Continue

Step 3
Select Binangonan Catholic College

Step 4
Enter the admission password: [email protected]
Observe the proper capitalization. Login

Step 5
Select Grade Level you are applying for.

Step 6
Fill in the admission form.
Enter Valid E-mail of the student (Yahoo or Gmail) and keep it secured.

Reminder : Unique email address for each student. If there are corrections, don’t register again. You can make your correction during the Assessment. ( wait on further announcement for the schedule of assessment )

Step 7
Check the Box to certify the validity of information.
Click Submit Application.

Step 8
Secure the Control Number.(Screenshot/Write)
Download and Print the Application Form for your reference.

Wait for further announcement for Assessment schedule.

If you have trouble on downloading the application form, no need to register again, just secure your control number.

2. On Campus Enrollment

What to Bring?

  • Report Card (F138)
  • Parent/Guardian Valid ID and Student’s ID for verification purposes.
  •  Bring your valid ID and Student’s ID for verification purposes.

Only the parent/guardian who is specified on the online admission is allowed to enroll the student.

Student Manual - AY 2020 - 2021

  • College Deparment
  • Senior High School Deparment
  • Junior High School Department
  • Elementary Deparment

Academic Calendar S.Y. 2020-2021

JUNE 2020

June 1-  5Planning
June 8-12Teachers Orientation
June 15 – 19Teachers Training
June 22 – 26Cluster Orientation of MaPSA Antipolo E-learning Platform
June 29 – July 3Accomplishing of learning Supplemental
July 1MaPSA Antipolo meeting (HR)
July 8MaPSA Antipolo meeting (Treasurer / Finance Officer)
July 15MaPSA Antipolo meeting (Academic Steward)
July 22MaPSA Antipolo meeting (Principals Meeting 10am)
 MaPSA Antipolo meeting (CCF Meeting 1pm)
July 29MaPSA Antipolo meeting (Academic Steward)
July 31Mass of the Holy Spirit 9am
Aug 3Start of Classes
Aug 3 -7Week 1
Aug 10 -14Week 2
Aug 17 – 20Week 3
Aug 21holiday
Aug 24 – 28Week 4
Aug 26MaPSA Antipolo meeting (Academic Steward)
Aug 31holiday
Sept 1 -4Week 5 (1st Monthly Exam)
Sept 7- 11Week 6
Sept 8Mother Mary Birthday
Sept 14 – 18Week 7
Sept 21 – 25Week 8
Sept 28 – Oct 2Week 9
Oct 5Worlds Teacher’s Day
Oct 5 – 9Week 10(First Quarter Examination)
Oct 12 – 6Week 1
Oct 19 – 23Week 2
Oct 26 – 30Week 3
Nov. 2Holiday
Nov. 3 – 6Week 4 (2nd Monthly Exam)
Nov. 9 – 13Week 5
Nov. 16 – 20Week 6
Nov. 23 – 27Week 7
Nov. 30Holiday
Dec. 1 – 4Week 8    (Second Quarter Examination)
Dec 7 -11Week 1
Dec 14 -18Week 2
Dec 18Christmas Party
Dec 19Start of Holiday Break

JANUARY 2021

Jan 4

Resume of Classes

Jan 4 -8

Week 3

Jan 11 -15

Week 4(3rd Monthly Exam)

Jan 18 -22

Week 5

Jan 19

BOT Meeting Binangonan Cluster

Jan 20

BOT Meeting Tanay Cluster

Jan 25 – 29

Week 6

Jan 26

BOT Meeting Marikina Cluster

Jan 27

BOT Meeting Cainta Cluster

Jan 28

Catholic Personnel’s Day

Feb 1 – 5

Week 7

Feb 8 – 12

Week 8    (Third Quarter Examination)

Feb 15 – 19

Week 1

Feb 17

Ash Wednesday

  

Feb 22 -26

Week 2

Feb 25

Holiday

March 1-5

Week 3

March 8 -12

Week 4 ( 4th Monthly Exam )

March 15 -19

Week 5

March 22 -26

Week 6

March 29 –April 3

Holy Week

April  5 -18

Week 7

April 12 – 16

Week 8 (Fourth Quarter Examination Graduating Class)

April 19 – 23

Week 9 (Fourth Quarter Examination Non-Graduating Class)

April 19 -30

Deliberations Week

April 30

Last Day of School Year

May 3

Start of Summer Class

May 3 -7

Graduation Ceremonies

June 11

End of Summer Class

School Journal

Binangonan Catholic College

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