ALL TRANSACTIONS MAY ONLY BE DONE ONLINE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

Should you have questions, please contact our Admissions Team at 09569304476 or 09234505600.

Tuition Fees & Payment Plans
1.png
ADMISSIONS
4 EASY STEPS TO ENROLL 

We will accept enrollees until the end of May 31, 2021 only or until slots are available as we maintain a small class size. Please follow our online enrollment process below:

Our team is ready to assist you throughout your application process and we look forward to welcoming you and your child to our family!

APPLY

Fill out online application form.

SUBMIT

Email requirements to admissions@studentdeskims.org

PAY

Pay tuition fee and other applicable fees online. Kindly email the proof of payment to accounting@studentdeskims.org

CONFIRM

We will send you an email to confirm your child’s enrollment.

 

ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS

Age Requirements


Junior Nursery Children aged three years old by August 31st of the school year they will enroll in Senior Nursery Children aged four years old by August 31st of the school year they will enroll in Kindergarten Children aged five years old by August 31st of the school year they will enroll in
(DepEd Order 47, s. 2016, Omnibus Policy on Kindergarten)




Required Documents for New Students


I. Required Documents Upon Enrollment For All Levels: a. Duly accomplished online application form.; b. Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)* Birth Certificate;
*formerly National Statistics Office (NSO); II. Additional Requirements For Submission on or before August 31st: For Nursery a. 2" x 2" recent colored picture with white background; For Kindergarten a. Latest SF 9 (formerly Form 138) or equivalent academic record (if applicable); b. Philippine ECCD Checklist from previous school (if applicable); c. 2" x 2" recent colored picture with white background; and For Grade 1 to 6 a. Latest SF 9 (formerly Form 138) with Deped Learners Reference Number (LRN) or equivalent academic record; b. Philippine ECCD Checklist from previous school c. Certificate of Completion or Enrollment; d. 2" x 2" recent colored picture with white background;




Required Documents for Transferree / Returnee


In addition to the documents required for New Students: (For Submission on or before August 31st) a. Learners from public or private schools in the Philippines who shall transfer shall submit the following: (1) SF 10 (formerly Form 137) with DepEd Learners Reference Number; and (2) Recommendation Letter from previous school. b. Learners from Philippine Schools Abroad and Foreign Schools Abroad who shall transfer shall submit the following: (1) PEPT Certificate of Rating for learners who have not completed the school year abroad, as long as three grading periods have been completed, and for learners who need grade level standards assessment (2) Recommendation Letter from previous school.




Required Documents for Student/s who Needs Special Support Services


In addition to the documents required for New Students: a. Progress Report signed by Developmental Pediatrician. b. Progress Report from Therapy Center




Required Documents for Foreign Students


In addition to the documents required for New Students: a. Copy of Birth Certificate from the Office of the Civil Registry of the country of birth, translated into English, or Embassy Certification of birth details; b. Copy of Alien’s Certificate of Registration (ACR) I-card issued by the Bureau of Immigration;
c. Copy of Identification Certificate as Filipino Citizen issued by the Bureau of Immigration (for applicants with dual citizenship).




Enrollment Period


Admission of new students for all levels will be on a first-come, first-served basis and will depend on the availability of slots. Early Enrollment Date: on or before January 08, 2021 Regular Enrollment Date: on or before March 06, 2021 Late Enrollment Date: on or before May 10 to 14, 2021




Required Documents for Old Students


a. Update your child Information to online application form.




Admission Policy


We understand that every parent wants only the best for their child. With our caring and professional team, holistic approach to global education, and joyful learning environment, you are assured that you’ve made the right choice for enrolling your child in our school. A student’s application will be given due course when the student-applicant meets all the academic requirements and has none of the disqualification prescribed by the School, the Department of Education 2010 Revised Manual of Regulations for Private Schools in Basic Education and the SD IMS Parent Orientation Manual as amended and such other rules promulgated by the School. The school reserves the right at any time to refuse, to admit, or to re-admit students under certain conditions as enrolment in SD IMS is a privilege. Admission of new students for all levels will be on a first-come, first-served basis and will depend on the availability of slots.




Guidelines on Submission of Documents


a. All documents to be submitted are scanned/electronic copies in JPEG or PDF formats. It is advisable to choose an image resolution of at least 300 dpi. b. It is the responsibility of the student applicant and his/her parents to ensure the authenticity of the documents submitted. c. SD IMS reserves the right to cancelthe admission of the student if after enrollment, the documents submitted were proven to be fake, tampered, or manipulated; require resubmission of documents due to poor image quality and readability; and/or request for supporting documents of the ones submitted previously. d. Since actual physical signatures cannot be affixed on the printed documents, scanned copies of any valid proof of identificationof the parents will be required in the execution of enrollment forms that need to be originally signed. e. Original copiesof the documents and forms submitted will be required to be signed and submitted once the Community Quarantine is lifted and normal office operations resume. f. As per Article V, Section C, Page 8 of the enclosure to the Department of Education Memorandum No. 3, Series of 2018; otherwise known as the Basic Education Enrollment Policy; all student-applicants will be considered on temporary enrollment until such time that all original documents are submitted. g. Parent/s or the duly authorized guardian of the student-applicant is required to submit an affidavit of undertakingin order to be temporarily enrolled. h. Failure of the student to submit the original documents after the Community Quarantine may have the following consequences: (a) Non-enrollment in the DepEd’sLearner Information System (LIS) for Basic Education Program; (b) Future problems in the processing of school credentials.





FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

School Plan for the Academic Year 2021 - 2022

What will be the learning modality for this SY 2021-2022?


SD IMS has adjusted the delivery of quality education consistent with the Department of Education’s (DepEd) recommendation for flexible learning to prevent the spread of COVID19. With different levels of quarantine applied to several parts of the country and with public health as a priority, the movement of people—including students—has significantly changed, teaching and learning process will have to adjust as well. The operations of the school will primarily depend on government advisories on community quarantine. For SY 2021-2022, the learning modality will still be dependent on this protocol of the government to assure safety of our students and employees. ALL TRANSACTIONS MAY ONLY BE DONE ONLINE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Should you have questions, please contact our Admissions Team at 09569304476 or 09234505600.




What are the academic programs that you offer given that it is not safe for students to return to school due to COVID-19?


The health and safety of all the members of our school community is our top priority that is why we would not be having face-to-face learning this school year. Instead, parents have two options to enroll their child in: Flexible Study Program (FSP) - this is our regular teacher-facilitated program where classes are held at the school campus but due to COVID-19 pandemic, the school will instead be using distance mode of delivery or online classes. Read more details about FSP in Section 2. Home Study Program (HSP) - this is a parent-supported program where classes are held in an out-of-school environment; mostly at home. If a family chooses the homeschool setup, this means that they will be the one to supervise, grade their child at their own time. The child regardless if things get better would not be required to go to class/ school unless there are activities in school that would require homeschoolers attendance which could be once a quarter at the most. Click this link for the side-by-side comparison of FSP and HSP.




When is the school opening?


Please wait for further announcement regarding the start of classes for SY 2021-2022. You may check our official website and social media accounts for time-to-time updates.





Questions on Flexible Study Program (FSP)

Can you explain further the difference between synchronous and asynchronous mode of delivery for Flexible Study Program?


We understand the importance of flexibility during these times. Distance learning will be delivered in two modes :




Is distance learning purely online?


Distance learning will be a combination of both online and offline activities. We will balance learning activities such that some tasks are done online (e.g., video conferencing, watching educational videos, etc.) and other tasks are done offline (e.g., answering worksheets, doing book exercises, working on projects, etc.)




How much time will they spend online and offline?


Following the recommendation of the World Health Organization (WHO) and other child experts, we will limit the amount of time our learners would spend online. The amounts and the rules for screen time will vary by age / grade level. For Grade School classes, the schedule would be 3.5 hours online and 3.5 hours offline / independent work. For Preschool and Kinder classes, we would be having around 1 to 1.5 hour/s online session and 1.5 hours offline / independent work per day schedule. In order to avoid online fatigue, there will be 5-minute break after every 15-30-minute online session.




How will you manage the class schedule such that it will not conflict with my other child’s schedule?


We will be keeping in mind those who have siblings in the school so that they won’t have conflicting schedules. We will release your child's class schedule during our Annual Parent Orientation Program which will be around July 2021.




What textbooks and other learning materials will the students be using?


We will schedule the delivery of textbooks and school supplies from the school few weeks before the school opening. Parents may will shoulder the corresponding delivery fees. Deliveries shall be coordinated with the parents ahead of time prior to booking. Printable worksheets and homework packets will be posted by the teachers on Google Classroom. Parents are advised to have printer and bond paper ready at home for printing of learning materials. Other online learning resources such as videos, music, interactive games, websites, and other multimedia resources will also be posted on Google Classroom.




What gadgets, applications, and technology are required for distance learning?


The basic technology requirements include: Tablet or laptop with camera, internet connection, and printer. A headset is preferred for better communication but not required. Students will also need to have Microsoft Office (Word / Powerpoint), PDF Reader, Google Chrome Browser, and Zoom.




How will the assessment, evaluation, and reporting of my child’s progress be done under Flexible Study Program?


We will have the same schedule of assessments as in regular school setup. Students will be asked to upload their written works and projects in Google Keep or Google Classroom. Our expectation, and that of the Department of Education, is that learners, with the support of their parents, will do their best to complete all assigned work. The teachers and the parents shall collaborate in the assessment and evaluation of learner’s progress and development, but the final grade will come from the teacher. Specific plans, tools, and processes for the assessment, evaluation, and reporting of learner’s progress will be discussed during ourAnnual Parent Orientation Program.





Questions on Home Study Program (HSP)

What is Home Study Program (HSP)?


Home Study Program is an alternative delivery mode of education that provides learners with access to formal education while staying in an out-of-school environment. Authorized parents, guardians, or tutors take the place of the teachers as learning facilitators. This flexible learning option allows parents and guardians to maximize their involvement in their children’s education as a matter of parenting philosophy.




What are the expectations for students enrolled in HSP?


Students enrolled in Home Study Program are expected to meet the learning standards of the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum.




What are the expectations for the parents under HSP?


It is the prime duty of the parents as learning facilitators to provide their children with adequate guidance, support, resources, and experiences that contribute to the holistic development of their children. The parents must also provide their children with a home environment conducive for learning.




What is the curriculum used for HSP?


Parents have the option to use our curriculum or use other curriculum that they prefer so long as it is aligned with the K-12 competencies set by DepEd.




What would be the class schedule for HSP?


The schedule for the home study program depends on the parent and the student. They need to create routine in such a way that the lessons assigned would be covered. We will provide you a sample routine / schedule that you can use at home.




What types of support does the school provide for homeschoolers?


We offer various types of support for homeschooling families enrolled in our program. We conduct orientation program dedicated for all homeschooling parents prior to start of the school year. We have workshops aimed at improving parents’ knowledge about parenting-related concerns and strengthen their ability to manage specific challenges they encounter at home. Parents may also consult their academic adviser all throughout the academic year. We will also have an online support group for all homeschoolers enrolled in our school.





Questions on Enrollment and Tuition fee

Are you still accepting enrollees for the school year 2021 - 2022?


Yes. We are accepting enrollees until the end of May 2020 or until slots are available as we maintain as small class size.




What is the enrollment procedure and requirements?


Our enrollment procedure is done online. Please click this link for the complete details. 4 Easy Steps to Enroll

  1. APPLY Fill out online application form.
  2. SUBMIT Email requirements to admissions@studentdeskims.org .
  3. PAY Pay tuition fee and other applicable fees online. Pay tuition fee and other applicable fees online. Kindly email the proof of payment to accounting@studentdeskims.org .
  4. CONFIRM We will send you an email to confirm your child’s enrollment.




How much is the tuition fee and what are the payment schemes available?


You may download a copy of our tuition fee and payment terms by filling out the form that you will find on the upper part of this website. Parents may choose to pay in FULL or in INSTALLMENT basis.




Will there be adjustment in the tuition fee?


We will not have tuition fee increase despite the significant increase in prices of most goods and services, and the additional cost that we would need to incur for technology integration. We also understand that many families are struggling financially that is why we are offering up to 20% ECQ Discount available if you enroll your child on or before January 08, 2021.





 
1.png
SD%20IMS%20NAVY%20BLUE%20LOGO_edited.png
SD%20IMS%20NAVY%20BLUE%20LOGO_edited.png

Studentdesk Integrated Montessori School (SDIMS) is a non-profit organization operating under the supervision of the Department of Education.  Inspired by the teachings of Maria Montessori, SD IMS is committed to helping each child grow toward independence by building their confidence, competence, self-esteem and respect for others. 

ADDRESS

(+63)2 7 091 7182

(+639) 569 304 476

(+63)9 234 505 600

8-C Jenny's Ave., Rosario,

Pasig City Philippines 1609

studentdeskims@gmail.com

FOLLOW US

© 2018 by MJFAB