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Online Video Resources for New Normal Operation

Part 1


Student Contract and Consent to Data Processing

Online ID Application for New students

Basic Requirements and Decorum on the Conduct of Online Classes

Part 2


Google Suite for Education

Introduction to Google Applications

How to Join Google Class

Part 3


Online Class Code of Conduct and Discipline

A. Uniform and Attire
B. Decorum and Code of Conduct
C. Securing One's Identity
D. Violations and Misconduct
E. Misuse of Social Networking Sites
F. Corrective/ Formative Measures

Part 4


Online Student Orientation

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions and Answers on the New Normal Operation School Year 2020-2021

Amidst the COVID 19 pandemic, Sacred Heart College (SHC) delivers the “New Normal” in Cordian Vincentian Education through ONLINE and OFFLINE classes dubbed as :

Blended– Personalized Learning for Integrated Basic Education Department (IBED)
Kindergarten * Grades 1-10

Blended- Differentiated for Senior High School (SHS)
ABM * STEM * HUMSS

Flexible Learning for Higher Education Department (HED)
BSA * BSP * BSN * BSED * BEED * BSSW * BSBA * BSMA * BSCS * ABCOMM * BS PHARMA

Graduate School (GS) MSN * MAEd

To help you walk through the “new normal” operation of the institution, here are important “questions and answers” for better understanding and appreciation of this milestone.
Blended learning is a style of education in which students learn via electronic and online social media platforms as well as traditional face-to-face teaching.
The Blended Personalized Learning Program of the IBED incorporates online, offline, and face to face delivery of instruction being the demand of the “new normal” during this pandemic following the Personalized Education Program (PEP). It aims to integrate collaboration and partnership, open-mindedness and mutuality in teaching and learning in this challenging time following the Vincentian Education.
The Blended Differentiated Learning Program is the philosophy or framework of education tailored to the diverse needs of students regardless of their ability, culture, socio-economic status, among others. It incorporates online, offline, and face to face delivery of instruction being the demand of the “new normal” during this pandemic. It aims to integrate collaboration and partnership, open-mindedness and mutuality in teaching and learning in this challenging time following the Vincentian Education.
As recommended by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), the HED and GS have to move to flexible learning which uses digital and non-digital technology. It focuses on the design and delivery of programs, courses, and learning interventions that address learners' unique needs in terms of pace, place, process, and products of learning. It is to be implemented through offline and online learning platforms to respond to the demands of the “new normal” education.
Google Suite (G Suite) for Education has been chosen as the institutional learning platform for online mode of instruction.
  • Google Suite
    SHC has a Google Suite subscription since 2016. This is a set of communication, collaboration, and education productivity tools for online learning that includes among others, the google classroom and google meet for video conferencing.
  • SHC MyEclass
    The institution has designed its own Learning Management System (LMS), a platform being used in delivering E-classes since its creation in 2011.
  • AraLinks
    A content and learning management system with standards-based interactive resources that are aligned with the DepEd K-12 curriculum.
  • Self-Learning Guides (SLGs) for IBED and Modules for SHS
    SLGs/Modules are compiled teacher-made learning modules in the different subject areas which the students are using for the entire school year.
With the availability of the mentioned materials and tools coupled with the professional development program for teachers, the IBED and SHS offer the following learning modalities as a response to the demands of the new normal in education.

For Students without Internet Access Modular Distance Learning (OFFLINE) Use of Self Learning Guides (SLGs)/Modules with scheduled attendance in face-to-face encounter in the school following stringent physical distancing, minimum health standards, and other safety regulations .
For Students with Internet Access Blended Personalized Learning (ONLINE) Students are provided with Self Learning Guides (SLGs)/Modules and learning tasks through the school’s Learning Management System (MyEclass), Google Classrooms and AraLinks with face to face class meeting online via Google Meet. There will also be scheduled attendance in face-to-face encounter in the school following stringent physical distancing, minimum health standards, and other safety regulations
To deliver learning that ensures students’ focus, there will be 2-3 subjects (IBED) and 4 subjects (SHS) each day. Learning tasks will be provided through SLGs/modules and online platforms (SHC MyEclass, Google Classrooms and AraLinks).

Depending on the conditions and circumstances and on the guidelines set forth by the IATF, the school is doing its best to prepare flexible and adaptable measures to face possible scenarios in the future. Thus, the following is the planned set up during the SY 2020-21:

  • First Quarter
    Purely online and distance learning (Home-based)

  • Second Quarter
    • Once a week attendance in face-to-face encounter in school or will continue online.
    • The schedule of synchronous online teaching in Junior High School will be adjusted.
    • During face-to-face encounter, number of students will be limited to 15-20 per classroom to ensure physical distancing and other stringent guidelines as mandated by the IATF. Thus, each class will be divided into two groups.

  • Third and Fourth Quarter (2nd Sem for SHS)
    • May have twice a week attendance in face-to-face encounter or whatever is appropriate to the situation.
For IBED, the program will also be flexible to consider parents’ and guardians’ choice to have everything ONLINE and NOT to send their children for face-to-face encounter in school. A written notice to this effect must be submitted by the parents to the Office of the IBED Principal.

For SHS, face-to-face encounter during the 2nd Semester shall be implemented following stringent physical distancing (20 students only per class as scheduled), minimum health standards, and other safety regulations.

In ensuring the effective delivery of the blended learning scheme, the Online Learning Task Force (OLTF) was created to assist the Principals and his academic team to oversee the smooth implementation of the program. The OLTF headed by the Computer Coordinator provides support for the development of teacher’s technical skills in the use of technology and the development of online learning materials. Likewise, the team provides technical assistance and follow-up support to the teachers and students regarding the use of the online learning platforms.
The delivery of Instruction for college and graduate students will be flexible learning. Faculty members shall be required to teach in the designated kiosk (virtual room)in their respective subject schedule. For those students without internet access, modules shall be provided to cope with learning instructions and activities.
Each department will design structured schedule where teachers and students will engage in online instruction; offline instruction once or twice a month in school session for clarifications, assessment and enrichment activities following stringent physical distancing, (20 students only per class as scheduled) minimum health standards, and other safety regulations.
: Each department will design structured schedule where teachers and students will engage in online instruction; offline instruction once or twice a month in school session for clarifications, assessment and enrichment activities following stringent physical distancing, (20 students only per class as scheduled) minimum health standards, and other safety regulations.
The school shall provide online resources such as e-books and e-journals to support students’ information access and retrieval. There is a need to purchase e-books and establish linkages with other learning institutions to establish consortium agreement on the utilization of e-resources.
A survey on the readiness of the Faculty was conducted in order to assess the teachers’ need with regard to the ability, skills and competencies required in the implementation of the blended learning program. The result of the survey is now being used in the training program design for the faculty. Series of such trainings are now being done in preparation for the opening of classes for SY 2020-21.
As to the school fees, tuition fee for all levels are retained together with other school fees as the school intends to use them for the same purpose, but with some adjustments considering the “new normal” operation of the school. For instance, library fee is the same as that of the previous years because the school library will continue to render services to students. The said fee will be used to purchase online resources and other references that will facilitate online delivery of library services. Guidance fee is also retained because the school will still implement online programs and activities that will develop psycho-emotional well-being of the students. Internet fee is likewise retained as online learning demands upgrade of technological infrastructure and equipment like server upgrade and other hardware support.
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The school reduced other fees like Energy and Laboratory, Audio Visual Room, Medical and Dental as we hope to have some near normal physical classes in the latter half of the school year thus, retaining at least half of the amount of those fees. For program and activities that cannot be carried out this SY 2020-21, the school completely dropped off fees for athletic, publication, outreach and student activities.
Yes, you can pay your tuition fee at the bank. Please refer to the following Bank Accounts below.

Account Name:   Sacred Heart College
 
BANKS LOCATION ACCOUNT # ACCOUNT NAME
BDO Lucena Branch Quezon Avenue(Beside Cathedral S/A 0035-9025-2612 Sacred Heart College of Lucena City, Inc.
Union Bank Lucena Quezon Avenue (Beside Queen Margarette Hotel Downtown) S/A 0006-20006-882 Sacred Heart College of Lucena City, Inc.
BPI Family Lucena Branch (Near OPM) S/A 5363-33606-1 Sacred Heart College
Security Bank Merchan St., Lucena City S/A 0492-027100-001 Sacred Heart College of Lucena City
Land Bank Quezon Ave Ext, Brgy Gulang-Gulang, Lucena City S/A 0211-2970-26 Sacred Heart College of Lucena City, Inc.
RCBC S/A 01073038186 Sacred Heart College

Please email your deposit slip with Student Name, ID # at shcfinance@shc.edu.ph or shc@shc.edu.ph. Thank you

Programs We Offer

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (BSPh)

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (BSPh)

The College of Pharmacy aims to produce professionals who have the knowledge, skills and attitude of true Cordian Pharmacists. They have the integrity and Vincentian values as they are serve the society; giving special attention to those who are poor as they practice their profession.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

The College of Nursing aims to assist the Filipino youth in their integral development as they grow in conciousness of their dignity and gifts of God inorder to serve God through their fellowmen in the home, country and world at large.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) is the study of concepts and theories, algorithmic foundations, implementation and application of information and computing solutions. The program prepares students to be IT Professionals and researchers, and to be proficient in designing and developing computer solution and innovation.

Teacher Education

Bachelor of ELEMENTARY Education (BEEd)

Bachelor of SECONDARY Education (BSEd)

The Teacher Education Programs aims to produce Christian and Vincentian teachers who posses strong spiritual foundations that would contribute to the building of Christian community concretized in their teaching an interaction with the students.

Bachelor of Arts in COMMUNICATION (ABCOM)

Bachelor of Arts in COMMUNICATION (ABCOM)

The AB Communnication Program in Sacred Heart College is design to reflect the theoretical and practical aspects of communication applicable in various professions and contexts. Strenghtened by the Vincentian heritage and spirituality that SHC provides, students are intellectually and spiritually prepared to face the challenges in this area of knowledge management.

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSP)

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSP)

We expect our graduates to be technically competent, adept in assessment, diagnosis, and intervention using psychological test involving clients in the different fields of psychological practice such as in the clinical, industrial and educational settings.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

One of the pioneer courses of Sacred Heart College is the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA), formerly known as Bachelor of Science in Commerce (BSC), which began as early as 1958. Four distinct majors or specializations, may be offered under under the BSBA program: Human Resource Management (HRM), Marketing Management (MM), Financial Management (FM), and Business Economics.

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA)

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA)

The BSA program provides general accounting education to students wanting to pursue a professional career in accountancy. This program also seeks to prepare the student for a general accounting career and eventual entry to any of the four major fields of accountancy: public practice, commerce and industry, government and education.

Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW)

Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW)

Social Work is profession concerned with helping individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their individual and collective well-being. It aims to help people develop their skills and their ability to use their own resources and those of the community to resolve problem.

Graduate School

Master of Arts in Education (MAEd)

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

To take leadership in the development of highly professional, competent and compassionate teaching force and clinical practitioners, imbued with Christiand and Vincentian values and to foster individual, societal and global welfare.

Senior High School (SHS)

Senior High School (SHS)

Sacred Heart College has developed a comprehensive K-12 implementation framework Integrated Basic Education for its programs. its strength and quality are evidenced by being the first PAASCU Level III Accredited School in Quezon Province.

Integrated Basic Education (IBED)

Integrated Basic Education (IBED)

The Integrated Basic Education Department encompasses Kindergarten to Grade Ten levels (pre- school, elementary and secondary levels) through the adoption of the Basic Education Program for DC schools.

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Important Dates to Remember!

November 2-4     PEAC – ONLINE INSET for JHS Teachers

November 5     NTMS Vincentian Formation

June 15, 2020     Enrollment Starts in all levels

July 18, 2020     Summer Classes End

August 3, 2020     Opening of Classes in All Levels (Online Class)

A Cordian’s Perspective on the Fire Incident

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NM

Being in a school that performs well in terms of academics and supports the student’s spiritual life is one of the things that I can be proud of with my school. With those activities that support and guide every Cordian, SHC will surely be remembered and known to be the one that has contributed in our transformation of becoming a better person, brings us closer to God, and will continuously remind us that we were once a Cordian. That the school named Sacred Heart College has helped me with my growth, that is part of my life, and will forever stay in my heart.

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APT

For me, Sacred Heart College as a whole is strong and never fails to move forward. When I went to school together with other students to volunteer and help in moving things, I have seen the cooperation and teamwork of the teachers and staff. The alumni of the school felt the urge to give support to their Alma Matter. Members of this family do not leave anyone behind and had a great heart to support each other. We are united. We are good people who wish for the good of others. We are valiant Cordians who will always survive and keep on being alive. Hermana Fausta, the founder of the school has been in the same situation as well and it doesn’t end her desire to mold learners. She is with us and looks after us. She believes that we can get over it and start anew. The Fire is like the Holy Spirit for it touches our hearts and empowers us.

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MPA III

This fire, as a Cordian, helped me to recognize my own mistakes and ignorance, and what should I do to change, perhaps it may be offensive to some, but I see the incident to be the flame of change, to break out mediocrity and to truly live as what God intended us to be.

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MCS

We Cordians have a very strong spirit that no one can stop us from rising again. We will rise. Seeing everybody helping each other gives me motivation to also help.

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ACN

In some aspects, Sacred Heart College is like cockroach. Why you may ask, because of how much people wanted to kill a cockroach, however it would not die so easily and instead it would spread its wings and fly, just like the school’s spirit, it manages to stand through so much issues and incidents in the past. In life, when we are met with devastating problems, we must always keep in mind that time goes on and moves forward.

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MOON

Recently, a fire broke out and burnt a portion of Sacred Heart College’s buildings. The only permanent thing in this world is constant change. Everything will continuously get altered, but no matter how you look at it, it is a big loss. However, it is only a small detour where we need patience. After a while of straying from the path we’ll eventually return to it and consider what happened as another memory.

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CABI

Everything is a blessing. This kind of experience will help us grow, to be more reflective persons. To never forget to do what is good and to always become a simple person. It’s not just the structure that needs changing, the Cordian’s bad habits must also change. Everyone must exert effort and let the Cordian Spirit lives on.

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GMEO

Sacred Heart College is not the building, facilities and structures that was burnt down. Sacred Heart College is us, the students, the personnel, and the staff. Sacred Heart College is a community, a group of people who are united in Christ. Let’s not forget that there are opportunities in each problems waiting to be discovered.

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EIAO

Almost 70 years later, it happened again but this time, there was no Hermana Fausta, only the bayanihan of the residents and firemen. Standing around won’t help the institution. We must also help in simple ways like living out the tradition and culture that we were accustomed to keep Sacred Heart Standing. To keep its memories from fading like the ashes. There are better things to come. God will provide.

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RAM

Through harsh or emotional situation there will still be hope and that God will never leave us when those days will come again.

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JANZUN

Ang gusali ng Sacred Heart College ay nasunog habang ang mga puso ng ilang mga Kordiyanong estudyante, guro, alumni, madre at iba pang mga tao ay nag-aalab para sa institusyong ito. Masasabi kong napakaliit lamang ng sunog na ito kumpara sa umaapaw na biyayang tinatanggap natin sa ating mapagpalang Diyos. Ang insidenteng ito ay isang pagsubok na bigay ng Diyos upang subukin ang katatagan, pagtutulungan, at pagmamahal ng mga Kordiyano sa Sacred Heart College.

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LUNE

Remember that we changed when we are mostly motivated and inspired from the happenings of our community, and yet we are changed because God wants us to noticed this changes because of His undying love and patience. Remember that every outcome there will be a new change just like a fire, it wipes and destroy and yet when we renovate it, it’s change will never be the same as we deeply let go of its old structure but that will be the beautiful sight to see.

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CAMCG

Fire is just only an incident which only destroys the chapel, offices and the elementary buildings but not the Cordian spirit that the Sacred Heart College students, faculties and alumnus have and not the spirit of Hermana Fausta has left us or the teachings of the Daughters of Charity. “Books cannot be killed by fire” those are the words that Franklin Roosevelt has said but I believed that not only books that cannot be killed by fire but also the knowledge and values we have learned from the institution. I’m truly thankful from the fire incident not because our buildings are burnt but because no one got hurt and that incident brought all of the Cordians together as one with a smile on their faces and ready for the challenges that tomorrow may bring.

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ML

Devastating news has reached us on the morning of January 1st. A lot of people were shocked of the happenings, some who were at the incident couldn’t believe it with their own eyes that the campus of Sacred Heart College was on humongous fire and then slowly turning into ashes. My realization to the incident was no matter how miserable and hard our life is, we should never give up. We may stumble down, get hurt, feel unhappy but after that we must continue to stand with our own two feet. Difficult challenges will not stop coming towards us, our job is to face it with courage and hope.

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MKYA

One thing that I have learned from the incident is that no matter how far you’ve reached in your life, you’ll always be coming back to the place where you grew up as a person – as a Cordian. The Cordian Spirit will always remain deep in our hearts. That every Cordian will do anything that can be of help in order for the school to rise and regain its beauty. Because, once a Cordian, will always be and forever a Cordian.

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PANDAREUM

Now as I sit inside the SHS building where the mass was being held, I remember the words of the priest as he gave his Homily to us saying, “I was not quite saddened by the recent incident. You know why? Because that were just buildings. Sacred Heart didn’t really burn. It’s just the facilities. You know, this incident was a blessing from God. A blessing in disguise. You know what’s the blessing? It’s the Cordians.”

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BUTTERCOCONUT

Sacred Heart College is the students, personnel, alumni, and DC. They are the reason why there is Sacred Heart. The school is still standing because of their love and support for the school. Be a great example to others and show them who you really are. Being the best version of you is like making yourself better.

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KZDL

In other people’s perspective, it’s a good thing it happened. But why? Is it because the school was far more old and preserved that in need for changing? Is it to test the courage and faith of a Cordian? Or to send a message as Odin in Thor: Ragnarok had said: “Asgard is not a place, it’s the people”.

135th

Founding Anniversary of Sacred Heart College

80th

Anniversary of the Presence of the Daughters of Charity in Sacred Heart College

60th

Anniversary of the Sacred Heart College Lucena Alumni Association

35th

Founding Anniversary of the Hermana Fausta Memorial Foundation

Sacred Heart College, Lucena City

Online News

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Senator Bam Aquino, local leaders, join Cordians in Vincentian Leadership Training

The Student Executive Council (SEC) in collaboration with Commission on Student Elections (COMSELEC) successfully held their first virtual Cordian-Vincentian Leadership Training with the theme “Vincentian Leaders Collaboration in Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous World vis-a-vis Vincentian Spirituality” via Google meet on November 13, 2020.

17Nov

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Contract signed for IBED building, construction begins January 4

Sacred Heart College and SARCA construction signed a contract on November 16 to start the construction of the 5-storey Integrated Basic Education (IBED) building. Construction is set to begin on January 4, 2021 with project completion expected in 18 months.

30Sept

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Cordian family celebrates feast of St. Vincent de Paul

The Cordian family celebrated the feast day of its patron saint, St. Vincent de Paul on Saturday, September 26, 2020 with the theme “Magkaisang Puso (One in Heart)” at the Rendu Cultural Center and Gymnasium and via Sacred Heart College Christian and Vincentian Formation facebook page.

17Sept

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Garcia, chosen as Microsoft student ambassador

The Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors (MLSA) recognized Mark Nhonny Garcia, a Computer Science third year student for his dedication and hardwork as member of the team.

04Sept

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Talentong Kordiano, humataw sa Onlayn na Selebrasyon ng Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa

Muling nasaksihan ang iba’t ibang talento ng mga mag-aaral na Kordiano ng Departamento ng Lalong Mataaas na Edukasyon sa onlayn na pagdiriwang nito ng Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa.

11Jul

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JFINEX-SHC wins Helping Hand Major Award

Inspired by the school’s motto, “where love is service”, the Junior Financial Executives (JFINEX) of Sacred Heart College, Lucena City won the Helping Hand Major Award

11Mar

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SHC’s MIS/ IT Director Talks About SQL Injection

Management Systems/ Information Technology Director, Mr. Matias Soriano, talked about Structured Query Language Injection last March 6, a Cyber Friday held at the Computer Laboratory.

4Mar

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Cordian Communicators Join Local Artists and the NCCA in Celebrating the 29th National Arts Month

The air of creativity lingers in the month of February as the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) in Lucena City celebrated the 29th National Arts Month. Cordian communicators of Sacred Heart College (SHC), Lucena City

3Mar

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Cordian Communicators Goes On Air in Two Radio Stations in Lucena City

AB Communication students went on air Wednesday morning, 26 February 2020, in two radio stations in Lucena City. The two stations, Radyo Pilipinas DWLC Lucena and Spirit FM Lucena, gave the AB Communication students, Warren Limbo, Mikko Alfredo Ranido, both Second Year, as well as George Andrei Arcaya, Justine Escote, and Gabrielle Jumarang, all First Year

2Mar

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NSTP/CCPC holds disaster management training-seminar

A disaster management training-seminar was held today at Sacred Heart College gymnasium organized by National Training Service Program (NSTP) headed by Mr. Eduard Mancilla

19Feb.

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Cordian Communicators Challenge the Senior High to a Journey of Infinite Possibilities

The AB Communication of Sacred Heart College (SHC), Lucena City, also known as Cordian communicators, organized a simple promotional event specially intended for the Senior High School students of SHC.

19Feb.

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JMA Celebrates Christmas 2019 through Gift-giving

The officers of the Junior Marketing Association (JMA) organized a gift-giving activity for the Grade 3 students of the Munting Paaralan ni Hermana Fuasta in Brgy, Barra, Lucena City last December 13, 2019 in celebration of Christmas.

14Feb.

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JFINEX holds 2020 Financial Literacy Seminar

The Junior Financial and Investment Executives (JFINEX) with their moderator, Dean Arnel L. Cadelina, held their financial literacy seminar entitled “Smart Personal Finance: The Right Track Towards Your Financial Goals” Station 2 and 3, last February 1, 2020 at the Computer Lab, A9 HED Building, Sacred Heart College Lucena City.

12Feb.

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Cordian Alumna Gives Joy to the Badjao Youth

In a Community Outreach Program, Ms. Danah Cruzado, a Cyber Cordian Alumna of the College of Computer Science Batch 2013 together with her friends and co-employee Mr. Helbert Bira Araujo, a Bristish national and Ms. Danica Obina, a Filipina, gave joy to the Kabataang Badjao last January 24, 2020, at the Rendu Cultural Center and Gymnasium of Sacred Heart College, Lucena City.

30Jan.

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JPAMA join Taal Relief Effort

Heeding the call of the times, the Junior Philippine Management Accountants (JPAMA) of Sacred Heart College-Lucena City pooled their resources and volunteered in the relief operation for Taal evacuees who are in need of supplies like foods, clothing and hygiene kits.

29Jan.

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Department of Finance donates Philippine Valuation Standard Book to SHC

The Bureau of Local Government Finance of the Department of Finance Manila has donated copies of the Philippine Valuation Standard books to the Sacred Heart College-Lucena City (SHC).

27Jan.

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Roster of Donors for the SHC Rebuilding

The January 1, 2019 fire that gutted the BED Building, chapel and the Administration building buoyed the alumni and non-alumni supporters of SHC to give. In an unprecedented show of supports the donors come from diverse backgrounds- alumni, catholic schools, public schools, local politicians, local entrepreneurs, different catholic congregations, the DC-SLMES system, book publishers, local hospitals, local cooperatives and foreign individuals.

20Jan.

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Sacred Heart College, ELS Consultancy and Management Inc, sign partnership

Sacred Heart College-Lucena City has signed a contract with ELS Consultancy and Management Inc to collaborate on the construction of the Integrated Basic Education building.

17Jan.

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CBA Holds ChristMasaya 2019

The College of Business Administration (CBA) gathered together to hold the ChristMasaya held at the SHC Gymnasium last December 18, 2019, 9:00 a.m.

16Jan.

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CBA Officers Organize COP Munting Pamaskong Handog para kay Amang at Inang

December 17, 2019, The College of Business Administration (CBA) conducted their Christmas Gift giving project held in Purok 3, Barangay Barra at 8:00 a.m with the theme “Palaro, Pasaya at Pamimigay ng Regalo para sa mga Minamahal nating Lolo at Lola ng Badjao, Barra”, sharing love and care through Christmas carols, food, and gifts for the senior citizens.

10Jan.

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JFINEX brings joy to the hearts of children in Brgy. Wakas, Tayabas City

The Junior Financial Investments Executives (JFINEX) held its Community Outreach Program with a theme of Santa’s Elves Gift Giving Party, which aimed to bring joy and the spirit of Christmas to the children in the community of Brgy. Wakas, Tayabas City. The event was held last December 7, 2019, Saturday in coordination with Sacred Heart College’s assigned Social Worker in the said community, Mrs. Elaine Escobiñas.

9Jan.

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JFINEX gives early Christmas gifts to the elders of Sinag Kalinga Foundation Inc.

The Junior Financial and Investment Executives (JFINEX) , Dean Arnel L. Cadeliña, and the SHC Finance Alumni Association conduct the annual Christmas community outreach program entitled “Basket for a Cause: Sinag Kalinga” , December 6, 2019 at Sinag Kalinga Foundation Inc. Lucban, Quezon.

8Jan.

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JPIA and alumni conducts Annual Christmas Gift Giving 2019

The Sacred Heart College Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants and alumni in partnership with the Parish Council on Economic Affairs (PCEA) of the Parish of St. Catherine conducted the annual carolling/gift-giving at Pagbilao, Quezon last December 20, 2019..

18Dec.

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HOPE

Sacred Heart College, Lucena City participated in the World's Big Sleep Out - A Call for an End to Global Homelessness held last December 7-8, 2019 at Quezon City Memorial Circle..

7Dec.

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SHC reaps fifth consecutive 100% passing rate in nursing board

The College of Nursing of Sacred Heart College proves to be a force to be reckoned with as it recently secured its 5th consecutive 100% passing rate in the Nurse Licensure Examination (NLE).

5Dec.

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JFINEX hosts the Seminar: “An In-depth View of Train Law: The Pros and Cons”

The Junior Financial and Investment Executives (JFINEX) from Sacred Heart College (SHC) held its first Financial Literacy this school year last November 8, 2019 at the SHC Covered Court entitled “An In-depth view of Train Law: The Pros and Cons”.

29Nov.

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Sacred Heart College graciously joins the 13th Business Student Summit

On the 22nd day of November 2019, Young Business Entrepreneurship attended the 13th Business Student Summit held at Quezon Convention Center, Lucena City with the theme: “The 21st Century Business Students: Inspired, Collaborative, Enterprising.”

27Nov.

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Daughters of Charity Accepts SHC Alumna as Postulant

Eighty universities and colleges from different parts of the country, including five financial management students from Sacred Heart College (SHC) Lucena City, compete in the recently concluded “21st Inter-Collegiate Finance Competition (ICFC) Elimination Round”

26Nov.

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Daughters of Charity Accepts SHC Alumna as Postulant

Inah Alyssa A. Ellana, an alumna of Sacred Heart College, who graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Social work, Batch 2017 and passed the Licensure Examination for Social Workers in the same year, was accepted to the Postulancy Program of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Province of St. Louise de Marillac- Asia (PSLM-A), last August 1, 2019.

25Nov.

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Bosch Philippines donates Power Tools to SHC

In a bid to promote the use of power tools, the Robert Bosch Inc. Philippines, donated demo tools to Sacred Heart College, the administration announced Saturday, November 23.

25Nov.

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PROVINCIAL HOUSE SUPPORTS REBUILDING OF SHC

The Parañaque City based Province of St. Louise de Marillac-Asia of the Daughters of Charity is helping in the rebuilding of Sacred Heart College by partnering with kind-hearted individuals and organizations.

21Nov.

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LUDICSA Catholic Formator accepts the challenge…

A seminar on New Trends and Strategies in Teaching the Faith to the Young for Christian Living and Religious Education Teachers was held on November 16, 2019, 8am-12nn at JP II Formation House, Ecology Park, Sacred Heart College

12Nov.

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Boragay wins best conductor; ACC grabs gold, silver in Cantata Macau Int’l competition

Joel Boragay, a Higher Education Department faculty member, was awarded as Best Conductor in the 4th Cantata Macau International Choir Festival and Competition held last November 8-10, in Macau, China.

11Nov.

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Marketing Students Participate in the GoNegosyo Sign Up! Summit 2019

Marketing management students of Sacred Heart College participated in the Sign Up! Summit 2019 held at World Trade Center, Pasay City last September 23, 2019 which was co-presented by the country's leading digital platforms: Grab PH, Angkas, Shopee, Lalamove and Lazada, etc.

30October

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Graduate school holds qualitative research training

Training on qualitative data presentation, analysis, and interpretation was held at the Audio-visual room, October 26.

29October

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ABComm Participates in the 17th EdukCircle Convention on Media Communication

Eighteen AB Communication students of Sacred Heart College (SHC), Lucena City, with their program head, Dr. Maria Zorayda A. Torres and faculty, Mr. Earl B. Gicana, participated in the 17th EdukCircle Convention on Media Communication held at the AFP Theater, Camp Aguinaldo in Quezon City last October 5, 2019.

29October

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SHC ABComm Students Experience Media Agency Visit

Eighteen AB Communication students of Sacred Heart College (SHC) accompanied by their program head, Dr. Maria Zorayda A. Torres, and faculty, Mrs. Jennifer R. Malelang and Mr. Earl B. Gicana, had an observation-tour on October 4, 2019 in two big media organizations in the country, i.e., the Manila Bulletin in Intramuros, Manila and ABS-CBN in Quezon City.

28October

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Cordians win in animation contests

Two Computer Science sophomore students brought home honor to Sacred Heart College by winning in animation contests sponsored by different organizations.

16October

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CBA Officers Organize the Brown Bag Session 2019: Real Estate Appraisal

The students of the College of Business Administration (CBA) gathered together to participate in the Brown Bag Session 2019 with the theme “Invest Today, Earn Tomorrow”.

15October

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Cordian student-volunteers participate in the Quezon Ecology Summit

The Ministry of Ecology of the Diocese of Lucena initiated the Quezon Ecology Summit with the theme, "Ugnayan ng Buhay, Ugnayan ng Mamamayan: Quezon Kalikasan Protektahan!!!"

15October

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Cordians advance to provincial stats quiz tilt

Three HED students will advance to the provincial Statistical Quiz of the Philippine Statistics Authority to be held on October 29 at Pacific Mall, Lucena City.

14October

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Cordian leaders attend Vincentian Leadership Camp

Cordian leaders participated in the Vincentian Leadership Camp last September 21-22 held at the Rendu Cultural Center and Gymnasium, Sacred Heart College.

14October

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Community Extension Service Segment 2: Engaging into Business, a Quick Start to Success

The Junior Financial and Investment Executives (JFINEX) gathered last Sept. 13, 2019 together with the parents of the community of Brgy. Wakas, Tayabas Quezon for our Community Extension Service with the theme “Engaging into Business, A Quick Start to Success.”

11October

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Cyber Cordians Triumphs in 2019 ComGuild Animation Competition

Computer Science students of Sacred Heart College attended the 11th Annual Conference of Information Technology and Computer Science Students of the Philippines with the theme “Responsible Shaping of Future in the Technological Advancement and Innovations” held at Henry Lee Irwin Theater, Ateneo de Manila University Sunday, October 6 organized by COMGUILD .

10October

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“Constantino, Juacalla and Atienza bags the JFINEX Quiz Bee: Clash of the Business Minds 2019”

The Junior Financial and Investment Executives (JFINEX) held its first Quiz Bee this 2019, the “Clash of the Business Minds,” which happened last September 20, 2019 at the Audio-Visual Room, Sacred Heart College Lucena City

09October

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35 students from Sacred Heart College participates in the “4th Philippine Junior Finance and Investment Summit 2019”

The value of unity and closeness is best exhibited in the practice of Bayanihan, one of the unique features of Philippine culture.

07October

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Bayanihan comes alive through Pabahay Program: Community organizing in Brgy. Landfill

The value of unity and closeness is best exhibited in the practice of Bayanihan, one of the unique features of Philippine culture.

17Sept

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COMELEC holds satellite registration in SHC

The Commission on Elections - Iyam through partnership with the office of the Community Outreach Program and the Student Development and Discipline Office conducted a satellite registration in Sacred Heart College from September 12-13.

09Sept

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SHC - CVF Facilitators attend the 5th CEAP National Christian Formation Conference.

The Christian Vincentian Facilitators attended the 5th CEAP National Christian Formation Conference held last August 19 – 20, 2019 at St. Paul University, Manila.

29Aug

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Cordian alumni, former educator earn recognitions from award-giving bodies

Dr. Joy Talens, a Cordian alumni and Dr. Genoveva Verdaguer, former educator received the Quezon Medalya ng Karangalan last August 19, 2019 at Lucena City

23Aug

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Cordians participate in Taize prayer encounter

Cordians participated in a Taize Prayer Encounter and Workshop at Rendu Cultural Center and Gymnasium last August 10, 2019.

16Aug

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SCAP-SHC breaks boundaries in General Assembly 2019

Amidst inclement weather due to typhoon “Hanna”, the Student Catholic Action of the Philippines (SCAP) of Sacred Heart College had its General Assembly at the Rendu Cultural Gymnasium last Saturday, August 03, 2019.

09Aug

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Cordians take part in fire, quake drill

SHC students took part in the fire and earthquake drill earlier today to keep them updated and aware of what to do in case an earthquake or fire occurs.

09Aug

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HED welcomes first year students in acquaintance party

The Higher Education Department of SHC had its annual acquaintance party last July 26, 2019 at Rendu Cultural Center and Gymnasium with the theme, "Cordians: Beloved, Gifted, Empowered."

06Aug

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CCS Welcomes First Year Students

The College of Computer of Computer Science welcomed their freshmen at their General Assembly last August 1, 2019, Tuesday, 10:00 am, at the new Computer Laboratory, and Ozanam Covered Court.

05Aug

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JFINEX starts the school year with teambuilding

The Junior Financial and Investment Executives officers and members gathered for the annual “Finance Day” with the 2019 theme “Building Connections: One Team, One Goal”. The teambuilding event was held last July 27, 2019, at the Rendu Cultural Center and Gymnasium.

01Aug

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Sacred Heart College joins the Diocese of Lucena in participating the Philippine Conference on New Evangelization VI

It became a commitment for Sacred Heart College to participate in the conference since PCNE1. There were 52 personnel and students who joined on July 19-21, 2019 in University of Santo Tomas.

29July

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JPIA Officers attend Annual Executive Meeting at NU Laguna

The newly elected officers of the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA) – Sacred Heart College Chapter consisting of Joshua Mabilin (President), Rica Ritchell Dulay (Secretary).

27July

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IT Center inaugurates new computer laboratories

Three computer laboratories will be opened for IT-related services starting today, July 25, as the whole Cordian community joined the IT Center staff in the blessing of the said facilities with Fr. Ruzzel Habito as Priest-in-charge.

25July

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Cordian Family Celebrates Mass of the Holy Spirit

Sacred Heart College celebrated the mass of the Holy Spirit last July 18, 2019, at Rendu Cultural Center and Gymnasium and last July 17, 2019, 10:00 AM at Munting Paaralan ni Hermana Fausta in Barra.

24July

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Finance Major attend the 2019 National Finance Congress

Twenty Four Finance major as members of JFINEX attended the July 13, 2019 National Finance Congress at the Henry Sy Sr. Hall, De La Salle University Manila. The JFINEX was invited by the Management of Financial Institutions Association (MAFIA) being a partner organization.

18July

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CVF team attends the SVST Theological Updating Program

The Christian Vincentian Formation Team of Sacred Heart College attended the Theological Updating Program offered by St. Vincent School of Theology, held last July 8-12,2019 in Tandang Sora Quezon City.

11July

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Sacred Heart College Makes History by Winning the 2019 JCFAP National “Helping Hands Award”

Sacred Heart College-Lucena City won the “Helping Hands” 2019 Award given by the Junior Confederation of Finance Associations - Philippines (JCFAP) last June 29, 2019 at Prestige Tower Building, Ortigas Pasig City.

09July

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SDO, Chamber Singers organize Crescendo: Summer Choral Workshop and Training

The HED Student Development and Activity Office in collaboration with the SHC Chamber Singers organized a Summer Choral Workshop and Training entitled “Crescendo” last June 21 and 22, 2019 at the Audio-Visual Room.

24June

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JFINEX spreads joy at Munting Paaralan ni Hermana Fausta

The new Junior Financial Investment and Executives officers for SY 2019-2021 start the school year by conducting their first community extension service at Munting Paaralan ni Hermana Fausta, Brgy. Barra, Lucena City, June 18, 2019.

17June

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CBA Officers give school supplies to East 2

The new CBA officers for SY 2019-2020 has gave school supplies to pupils of Lucena East II Elementary School last June 10 2019. The gifts, which include notebooks and pencils were received by 30 pupils and by Grade 3 adviser Shirly Flavier.

2May

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3rd Brown Bag Session 2019: "Financial and Investment Management"

Finance studentse gathered once again at the 3rd Brown Bag Session entitled "Financial and Investment Management". JFINEX spearheaded the session last April 12, 2019, 1:00 pm, at the HED Building Sacred Heart College, Lucena City.

23Apr

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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT STUDENTS CATEGORIZE PSE LISTED COMPANIES BY MARKET CAPITALIZATION

Market Capitalization, also known as “market cap”, is defined as the aggregate valuation of the company based on its current share price and the total number of outstanding stocks. (Economic Times, n.d.) Market capitalization is used to set investor expectations and shape investment strategy and is calculated by multiplying the price of stock by its total number of outstanding shares

12Apr

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Sacred Heart College wins 2nd and 4th place in the 8th Ysmael V. Baysa Finance Cup

The Ysmael V. Baysa Finance Cup is an annual finance competition that provides business students to prove their ability to answer finance theories and applications. Finance students all over Region IV join this contest also to enhance the quality, competence and professionalism of students, and serves as an instrument in the gradual exposure of students in the actual practice in the field of business and finance.

11Apr

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NEW CBA OFFICERS TAKE THEIR OATH OF OFFICE

The newly elected College of Business Administration Officers took their oath of office April 8, 2019 at the HED Conference Room

4Feb

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Brown Bag #1: Spirituality in Finance, Managing God�s Money

The first Brown Bag Session for this year was held last January 25, 2019, 1:00 pm at the B floor HED Building Sacred Heart College, Lucena City. The talk was entitled "Spirituality in Finance, Managing God�s Money"

18Jan

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National Finance Summit 2019: "Financial Preparedness Mindset"

Finance students and officers of Junior Financial and Investment Executives (JFINEX) of Sacred Heart College, attended the biggest and one of the most anticipated event of the year, the National Finance Summit. Entitled "Financial Preparedness Mindset" prepared by the Junior Confederation of Finance Associations-Philippines.

10Jan

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#Financial Literacy: Personal Finance In Turbulent Times

Candidates for officers of the Junior Financial and Investment Executives (JFINEX) organized "The Road to Financial Literacy, Station 2: Personal Finance in Turbulent Times" seminar held November 20, 2018 at the Audio Visual Room Sacred Heart College.

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