2. It is our prayer that those who join with us will find great
truth in the Scripture that says:
Proverbs 4:7 – “Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get
wisdom: and with all thy getting, get understanding.”
Psalms 111:10 – “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of
wisdom: a good understanding have all they that do his
commandments: his praise endureth for ever.”
Proverbs 1:7 – “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of
knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.”
A SCHOOL IN A HOME
4. To Promote high academic standards within the potential of each
To promote an appreciation for the fine arts and aide the student in
personal expression through his God given talent – be it through
music, literary arts, speech, painting, etc., that he may use these for
To lead the student through a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus
Christ and to learn to submit to God and His authority and live with in
To enable the parents to participate actively in their child’s education
and to promote the development of Christ centered homes in the
To be able to develop good citizens through the appreciation for our
Filipino heritage and to encourage submission to proper government
authority and to obey the law and regulations of our country.
7. IICAIS has received permit to operate with
the Department of Education and has
received the authority to admit foreign
students with the Bureau of Immigration
thus gaining its right to be called an
A written excuse signed by a parent or guardian must
be presented to the Supervisor when a student
returns to school after an absence.
If there is no letter from the parent excusing the
absence, the student is automatically given 2 demerits
for the unexcused absence.
If the absence is foreseeable, a note should be set in
Work can be accomplished prior to the special
absence. Doctor, dental, music, and other
appointments should be scheduled AFTER school
9. A student is considered tardy if he is
not in the Learning Center or opening
exercise at the start of the school day
sharply at 8:00 am.
3 DAYS TARDY = 1 DAY ABSENCE
10. Ask permission from your child’s
supervisor or monitor
Prior arrangement should be set
with the teacher
An excuse letter should be given for
11. We may not observe all holidays that are declared or
all school cancellations due to inclement weather.
To be sure of classes in the event of a typhoon,
please call the office before the start of the day’s
We will observe non-working holidays declared by
Parents are free to exercise their own discretion.
13. Should the student not complete his goals for the
day, he will be required to complete the work at
home or after school in the Learning Center. Should
the student have homework, a Homework Slip or a
note in the Communication Notebook giving the
pages to be completed will accompany the PACE.
The slip is to be signed by the parent and returned
the following day. Students are expected to be
responsible for requesting Homework, taking it
home, having it signed, returning it, etc.
this is part of building character.
14. Class schedules for Pre-School
Learning Center are as follows:
Nursery - 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Kinder - 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
All other levels will begin daily at 8:00
a.m. and dismiss at 4:00 p.m.
15. Objective of IICAIS: to develop Christian
character in each student
Discipline is important in helping the
individual to develop his fullest potential
Unacceptable behavior must be corrected
18. It is not unusual for a student’s version of a problem to vary
from that of his authority. We call this “slanted news”. Our
policy is that we promise not to believe everything your child
tells us about you and your home IF you will also not believe
EVERYTHING that they tell you about what goes on at
school. It is our desire to keep the lines of communication
totally open. If, therefore, you have ANY question, no matter
how seemingly insignificant, please do not hesitate to speak to
your child’s Supervisor or Monitor.
“…Honor to who honor is due.” Rom. 13:7
“Merits” or “merit money” is given in recognition
of proper and positive behavior, attitudes, special
projects, academic achievements, and Christ-like
20. Every time a student satisfactory completes
a PACE he receives a star on his Progress
Chart and is given a Congratulations Slip
which he takes to his parents to inform
them of his achievement. Parents have an
excellent opportunity to encourage and
compliment the student at this time.
22. One of the most exciting and rewarding
events for students are the annual School of
Tomorrow Junior, National, and
International Conventions. Students are
encouraged to prepare for competition in
many of the events including athletics,
music, arts/crafts, and platforms arts.
23. Progress Reports (Report Cards) are given
following each quarter.
The report is to be signed by the parent and
returned to the school promptly.
Accounts must be cleared to receive Progress
Academic records will not be sent to another
school until accounts are cleared.
PROGRESS REPORTSPROGRESS REPORTS
25. After their use, PACE’s are retained by
the school. This is a policy of School
of Tomorrow International. The
purpose is to protect the integrity of
the curriculum and avoid “sharing”
with present or future students.
26. Students may bring their own food or
purchase from the canteen.
We discourage leaving the campus for
No personal deliveries are allowed.
27. Students may NOT leave the
school grounds during school
hours for any reason without
28. Visitors are welcome!
A visitor’s pass may be obtained from the
school office before entering any of the
“Yayas” and parents of the children are not
allowed inside the Learning Center during
regular class hours.
29. For students, school uniforms will be
worn on Mondays, Tuesdays, and
Thursdays. Wednesdays, are free days
wherein the child can come in any
comfortable but respectable attire, and
Fridays, when the children are made to
come in their PE Uniform.
30. ACADEMIC PROJECTION
In the School of Tomorrow curriculum, students graduate
when they have completed the requirements (both
Philippine and International). For Elementary students,
they should have completed 1072 and above. For High
School students, they should have finished 1144 and all
the elective subjects. It is therefore possible for a student
to graduate before age 16 or anytime thereafter. The policy
here is that the Fast Learner is never held back while the
slow learner is never left behind. Each student proceeds at
this own PACE.
31. Maintaining open communication with our parents is very
important to us. Monthly letters, statements, bulletins, and
other notes will be sent home in these envelopes. They are
to be signed and returned the following school day.
The reasons we use this system are:
1. We want to know both parents receive the
2. Students are taught to be dependable.
3. Few letters are lost or misplaced.
COMMUNICATIONS ENVELOPEPROGRESS REPORTS
32. Those who have not settled their accounts at the
end of each quarter will not be allowed to take
the Quarterly Conventional Exam and will not
be allowed to take home their Progress Report
Card. Thus, it is highly encouraged that accounts
be settled prior to each Quarterly Exam.
33. When a student needs to be withdrawn from the school,
proper procedures begin in the office of the registrar.
All accounts must be settled before any Progress
Reports or Transcripts (official or non-official) will be
released. Transcripts are normally requested from the
receiving school to school. PACEs previously paid for
but not yet accomplished by the student will be sent
home to the student because it is considered his