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Assessment of Past Performances:

Since Holy Cross College’s long years of service to the Community has been concentrated on
the provision of secondary education, a bigger chunk of its achievements are reflective of
its academic program in secondary level. A view of these achievements, nonetheless, would
reveal its strong capabilities & high degree of potentials in offering post-secondary and
tertiary education to the community.

Development of Moral and Spiritual Values:

From its first year and service to the present, Holy Cross College is committed to the
development of moral and spiritual values in its students. Its secondary and collegiate
curricula included religion as a subject. Through Religion subjects, the students equipped
with strong foundations of moral and spiritual values, which mark a truly educated person.
The students are thought their responsibilities toward their fellowmen and their country as
a place given to them by God to persevere love and depend.

Community Involvement and participation:

The school has been active in community affairs whether religious, academic and social.
During traditional festivities like the town fiesta, the school takes charge of presenting
cultural programs. Its campus, facilities and personnel are utilized during these festivities.
Yearly, the sta. Rosa Visitations, a civic association of professionals and prominent residents
of Sta. Rosa, hold their activities in the school campus. Other associations are also accorded
the same privileges.

Community-Oriented Projects/Programs:

Uplifted of Socio-Cultural and Intellectual Tastes:

The Presidents of Sta. Rosa are annually treated with literary musical program participated
in by the students and faculty of the school. These programs contribute to the upliftment of
their Socio-cultural and intellectual tastes. As an example, in December 1983, the Tajanlangit
Family performed a concert consisting of a variety show that awakened the people’s appreciation
for music.

Green Revolution, Income-Generating, Cleanliness and Tree-Planting Projects:

The students required engaging in green revolution and backyard projects that will generate income
for the family as the component of their Practical Arts and YDT subjects. Teacher to ensure actual
participation and compliance conducts home visitations. Tree planting is also required. Dispersal of
seedlings of fruit-bearing trees is undertaken by establishing linkage with the local Bureau of Forestry
Office. Students are also engaged in community cleanliness and sanitation projects by developing and training
group teams consisting of student living in the same neighborhood. Each team shall initiate a campaign of cleanliness,
sanitation and beautification of their respective yards as models to their neighbors.

Physical Literary Campaign:

Current national issues taken up in classes are disseminated to families of the students are requiring the students
themselves to undertake the campaign. Reports verifying whether these are accomplished required.

Physical Fitness and Sports Development:

Faculty and students provided for and engage in physical fitness program. Schools intramurals are held annually
where students of each year compete in ball games, marathon and other physical activities.

Financial Assistance to Deserving Students:

Academic and non-academic scholarships are provided to deserving students both in high school and collegiate levels.

Enhancement of Instruction Through Improved Supervision:

In the secondary level, the high school principal is urged to devote more time for supervisory visits. In the collegiate
level, a Dean of Instruction whose major responsibility is to supervise and improved the quality of instruction was hired.
As a result, by the end of this SY, second Semester, an Evaluation of instruction shall be conducted.

Institutional Goals and Objectives:

1. Train manpower in needed skills and professions for local employment.
2. Developed capabilities for higher education.

3. Democratizes access to education.

4. Develop curricular programs relevant to local and national development.

5. Strengthen linkages with other institutions and agencies both private and public.

6. Develop student leaders who shall morally upright, spiritually strong, highly responsible, productive and efficient for future assumption as citizens of the nation.

7. Provide for formal and non-formal educational opportunities for growth and development to the community.