Senior High School
The change in the basic education curriculum espoused by the Department of Education (DepEd), which was signed into a law in May 15, 2013, brought NDJCSHS to become an active participant and take part in the educational change brought by the signed law. It is the truth that NDJC had faced several hurdles along the way relevant to SHS development such as teacher readiness and loading, curriculum, modules of instruction, enabling facilities and on top of that, the financial fluidity of the school. However, mended with strong leadership together with the concerted efforts of the administration, teaching and non-teaching personnel, and key stakeholders, it helped NDJCSHS lead the change and position herself in the place she is in now.
The pioneering operation of NDJC-SHS started in S.Y. 2016-2017 and was led by Dr. Edgar J. Acevedo as the principal and Mrs. Elmida J. Jannaral as the assistant principal. Miss Puraida L. Tibli then became the principal in S.Y.2017 2020, still with Ms. Jannaral as the assistant principal. While Dr. Acevedo became the school consultant. On the 5th year of operation, currently S.Y. 2021 2022, Mrs. Elmida Jannaral is now the school principal with Ms. Ginalyn Forneza as the assistant principal. From the beginning of the operation until the present, Ms. Fatima Drieza Ribano is the school secretary. They became the focal persons in the operation along with the coordinators for each strand offered such as STEM, GAS, ABM, HE (CG and BTF) and ICT.
- Accountancy, Business and Management Strand (ABM STRAND)
- Generic Academic Strand (GA Strand)
- Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Strand (Stem Strand)
TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL- LIVELIHOOD TRACKS
- ICT STRAND Medical Transcription
- HOME ECONOMICS STRAND Caregiving; Bartending; Tourism Promotion; Food and Beverage Services
Most frequent questions and answers
The MOA will serve as basis of agreement between the parent and NDJC that will allow students to enroll without the entrance exam requirement as long as their son/ daughter will take it when it will be available. Students who did not take the entrance exam should meet the general average requirement of their course of choice. Once they take the entrance exam, the students should meet the required percentile rank (PR) of their course of choice. If they did not meet the PR requirement, they will be forced to shift to other courses. This is why they need to do good on their entrance exam. Because PA is a course requirement.
The MOA on NAT compliance will be given to the BS Nursing enrollees. The content of the MOA is an agreement between the parent/ guardian and NDJC to sllow the student to enroll in BSN without the NAT as long as they take and PASS the NAT when it will be available. If they did not pass the NAT, they will be forced to shift next semester. This is why they should do good on their NAT.
Submission of requirements is located at the Audio Visual Room or Bishop Ben Hall. The SDPC personnel in charge will hand the MOA on NAT compliance to parents/ guardians whose sons/ daughters will enroll in BSN. They will sign the MOA and submit it to the SDPC personnel.
Yes. You can still enroll as long as the parent/ guardian signs the MOA on Entrance Exam Compliance and submit other enrollment requirements.