Policies implemented by the PUP Laboratory High School.
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Scholarship and Financial Grants
In line with its commitment to democratize access to educational
opportunities, the university pursues its program of scholarship and
financial aid to qualified students.
A financial aid in the form of full or partial tuition fee discount
given to the following students for rendering their special talents to
the service of the University in general and the PUPLHS in particular:
3.2 The applicant for a service grant-in-aid must:
The probationary status of a student is decided upon by the school
Probation may be either Scholastic or Disciplinary:
Conditions that Warrant Probation
Year-end Decisions and Re-admission Policies
At the end of the school year, a year-end deliberation is held by the
committee to discuss the status of every student.
Probationary students who have not met
the conditions agreed upon Students who will have to take summer
Students who refuses to be present at
graduation practices and other official school activities
prescribed for graduating class.
Class standing - 70%Periodical or
Quarterly Test - 30%Total - 100%
The class standing, which is variedly apportioned in the
different subject areas, includes quizzes, recitation, homework,
projects, term papers, and other requirements of similar nature.
90% Academic Scholarship
First Year to Third Year Average Grade:50% Fourth Year
Average Grade: 50%
10% Extra/Co-Curricular Activities
should wear the uniform prescribed by the school at all times.
Refrain from sporting faddish haircut inappropriate for school. Boys
must have a clean manly haircut. Girls must keep their hair properly
combed and pinned.
The school considers
certain acts as serious offenses subject to official warning:
The students must be informed in writing of the nature of any
accusations against them, and they shall have the right to answer the
charges against them.
All offenses shall be reported to the parents or guardians of the
offender through the Guidance Counseling Office or Principal's Office.
The evidence must be considered by the investigating committee
designated by the school authorities to hear and decide the case.
Appropriate disciplinary sanctions for non-observance of the
University norms shall be provided. Such sanctions shall take the forms
any other sanction/s as may recommended
by the Guidance Counselor to Principal and the LHS Student
Disciplinary Board based on the PUP Student Handbook.
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