Diocese of Antipolo Catholic Schools Association

MaPSA - Antipolo

NUESTRA SEÑORA DE ARANZAZU PAROCHIAL SCHOOL

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

History of Nuestra Señora De Aranzazu Parochial School

The Nuestra Señora De Aranzazu Parochial School started as a preschool in 1968, the same year the puericulture center of San Mateo opened its nursery school.  Classes were held in a one-room makeshift building beside the parish hall.  Since it received an enthusiastic response from the Catholic parents, its enrollment increased at an unexpected rate.  The Catholic Women’s League Unit of the parish was first tasked to take charge of the management of the school as part of its apostolate.

In the school year 1980-1981, the school was registered as a non-stock, non-profit corporation with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  Official Recognition was granted by the Department of Education on October 21, 1987 for the Elementary Department.  The High School Department was extended Recognition by the Department of Education on July 31, 2002.  Thus the school offers a complete pre-school (nursery1, nursery 2 and kindergarten), and basic education:  elementary (Grades 1-6) junior and senior high school (Grade 7-12).

At present, the school is housed in a four-storey building with 44 classrooms, and offices for: Administration, Finance, Director, Registrar, HR, MIS, General Services, Printing, Property, Guidance Center, Student Affairs (elementary and high school), Cooperative, Center for Integral Evangelization (CIE), PE Room, Student Offices (Aranzes & Student Council) and five (5) faculty offices.  The school also maintained assembly and meeting halls: Function Hall, Board Room, Auditorium and Gymnasium.  In view of demonstrating excellence in science and technology the school developed state of the arts laboratories: two Computer Laboratories, (elementary and high school), Laboratories for Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE), Physics and Chemistry. Other school facilities that facilitates to the learning experience of the students are Media Resource Center (elementary and high school), Digital Library, Speech Laboratory, two Audio Visual Rooms (AVR), Pre-school Learning Resource Center, Canteen (elementary and high school), Prayer Room, Supplies, Clinic (for medical and Dental Services), School Garden and Veranda. In addition to the institutional growth and commitment supporting the K to 12 curriculum, the school has built an extension of a five-story facility in Senior High School located in Sta. Ana, San Mateo, Rizal. With just a kilometer walk from the main campus, the annex building houses ten (10) air-conditioned rooms, two (2) laboratories, convertible function halls, and a gymnasium where a 360-view of the nearby localities is possible.

NSDAPS caters to the quality educational needs of the middle to the lower income Roman Catholic Church as an instrument for the continuing process of evangelization and sharing in the vision of the Diocese of Antipolo in being “a community of disciples of the Risen Christ”. The formation being given to the students includes not only academic proficiency, but more importantly Catholic doctrines, Gospel values for the Filipino Catholic way of life.

NSDAPS aims to strengthen, enrich and live the faith in Christ with Mary, Our Lady of Aranzazu, to develop academic excellence and servant leadership among Aranzan learners to become globally competitive in facing challenges of the 21st century, to uplift institutional standards by empowering personnel to offer quality services, to rekindle the family spirit by reuniting the greater Aranzan community and to enhance and sustain strong partnerships with stake-holders and related sectors to support relevant school programs and services.

Admission Policies and Guidelines

ACADEMIC RULES AND PROCEDURES

1. ENROLMENT PROCEDURE

Old Students

Step 1: Fill out the registration form using MAPSA Antipolo On-line Platform thru this link: http://dioceseofantipolo.net/s/admission/schools
Password: [email protected]
Step 2: Proceed to registrar with printed MAPSA admission Form and Report Card
Step 3: Proceed to the assessment of fees.
Step 4: Pay pertinent fees at the cashier.
Step 5: Get proper class schedule from the Registrar.

Old Students under Academic and/or Disciplinary Probation

Step 1: Have conference with and get clearance from the Prefect of Student Discipline for disciplinary status and/or Guidance personnel for academic probation.
Step 2: Follow Steps 1 to 5.
New Students

  • Entrance Examination is WAIVED for Academic Year 2020-2021.
  • Transferees whose general average is 76 or below and/or have a disciplinary record from their previous school must also follow procedure 2(Step 1).

Step 1: Fill out the registration form using MAPSA Antipolo On-line Platform thru this link:http://dioceseofantipolo.net/s/admission/schools
Password: [email protected]
Step 2: Proceed to registrar with printed MAPSA admission Form and Report Card
Step 3: Proceed to the assessment of fees.
Step 4: Proceed to clinic for medical history
Step 5: Pay pertinent fees at the cashier.
Step 6: Get proper class schedule from the Registrar.

2. MODE OF PAYMENT

a. CASH – (with 5% discount on tuition fee)
b. SEMESTRAL Payment will be as follows:
Upon Registration – First payment
December 2020 – Full payment
c. QUARTERLY Payment will be as follows:
Upon Registration – First payment
October 2020 – Second payment
January 2021 -Third payment
April 2021 – Full payment
d. MONTHLY Payment will be as follows:
Upon Registration – First payment
– August 2020 to April 2021

Student Manual - AY 2020-2021

School Calendar S.Y. 2020-2021

Nuestra Señora De Aranzazu Parochial School

Visit Us:

General Luna Street, Guitnang Bayan I, San Mateo, Rizal 1850

Contact Us:

(02) 8941 – 1269 / (02) 8531-7628

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