Total Development of Man based on FAITH, SCIENCE and VIRTUE


Posted on Jul. 03,2017

NO RCC VEHICLE STICKER for AY 2017-2018, NO ENTRY POLICY starting July 10, 2017 Requirements  1. For RCC Students/Parents with Service Vehicle 1.1 Present to the OSA the original and xerox copy of the following documents for verification: -    Updated Vehicle’s Certificate of Registration (CR) and Official Receipt (OR) -    ID of the currently enrolled student(s) being service -    Driver’s License of the Driver who drives the service vehicle  2. For RCC Employees with Vehicle 2.1 Present to the OSA the original and...
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Posted on Jun. 20,2017

The Research & Development Center (RDC) of the RCC held its annual professionaldevelopment of both teaching and non-teaching personnel to enhance their research capability and productivity on April 18, 20, 25, & 27, 2017. The four sessions highlighted the various aspects of research, from the rudiments and processes of conducting researches. The main discussants were Dr. Gloria B. Abrazado, VPAA, Dr. Jaime R. Dizon, RDC Director, Dr. Jumar G. Basco, OSA & CESO Director, Mr. Jed V. Madlambayan, Head Guidance & Counseling Office, and Mr. Rizalde M. Capio, Principal, Grade School....
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Posted on Apr. 11,2017

It Matters to Know Business Analytics NEIL H. DATU Dean, College of Computer Studies IBM Academic Evangelist for Business Analytics   IBM Philippines and Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Technical Panel for Information Technology Education (TPITE) introduced Business Analytics in May 2013 as a specialization track designed for Business programs (e.g. BS in Business Administration) and Information Technology Education (ITE) (i.e. BS Computer Science, BS Information Technology and BS Information Systems). This is in anticipation of the huge demand for analytics skills.  ...
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The RCC High School department aims for the holistic formation of the individual in all aspects of human personality, through the development of five human dimensions, namely: physical, intellectual, social/political, moral/spiritual, and economic.


Program Objectives

The high school graduate of Republic Central Colleges is expected to have:

1. acquired and develop critical and creative thinking, independent learning and effective communication to respond intelligently to varied life situations and to pursue higher education;

2. internalized Christian values as motivated in his relationship with himself, others, nature and more importantly with God;

3. develop a sense of pride as a Filipino who is appreciative of his cultural heritage and promote national identity and global solidarity;

4. undesrtood his rights, duties, and obligations as a Filipino citizen and as an individual member of his community and where such knowledge enables him to respect the rights of others;

5. acquired the occupational skills and work ethics needed for his participation in the socio-economic and cultural aspects of his life;

6. participated in various worthwhile activities that will improve his quality of life and the life of the people in the larger community where he lives;

7. develop the hallmarks of a true RCCians-Responsible and competent, commpassionate and committed.


Learning Outcomes

The high School graduate of Republic Central Colleges should be able to:

1. respond critically and intelligently to life situations;

2. communicate effectively using both English and Filipino, orally and in writing;

3. demonstrate learning skills needed for higher education;

4. demonstrate Christian values and self-worth in fulfilling responsibilities and active participation in work;

5. apply basic knowledge and skills and problem-solving and decision-making concerning social, health, environmental, and moral aspects of the community;

6. participate in activities that promote Filipino culture heritage; and

7. participate actively in providing community services, particularly to the underserved members of the society.