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SNA SR’s Academic Program follows the Department of Education’s K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum, offering courses in Preschool, Elementary, and Junior High School levels.

Academic Program


(Nursery, Kinder I and  II)

  1. English (Language and Reading)

  2. Filipino (Wika at Pagbasa)

  3. Writing

  4.  Mathematics

  5. Science

  6.  Integrated Music, Arts, P.E., Health, and Values Education

Primary (Grades 1, 2, and 3)

  1. English

  2.  Filipino

  3. Mathematics

  4. Science

  5.  Mother Tongue

  6. Araling Panlipunan

  7. Music, Arts, P.E., Health (MAPEH)

  8.  Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (ESP)

Elementary (Grades 4, 5, and 6)

  1. English 

  2. Filipino

  3. Mathematics

  4. Science

  5. Araling Panlipunan

  6. Music, Arts, P.E., Health (MAPEH)

  7. Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (ESP)

  8. Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan (EPP)

  9.  Computer 

Junior High School (Grades 7, 8, 9, and 10)

  1. Filipino

  2. English

  3. Mathematics

  4. Science

  5. Araling Panlipunan

  6. Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan (EPP)

  7. Music, Art, P.E., Health (MAPEH)

  8. Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (ESP)

  9. Computer


Student Activity Program

SNA SR’s Student Activity Program is designed to complement the Academic Program of the school. It supports the school’s philosophy on the significance of a comprehensive and holistic growth of its students. It aims to promote cultural values, hasten skills in specialized sports, and discover individual talents, skills, and interests.

It further provides challenging and meaningful activities to stimulate student's leadership skills, cooperative work, initiative taking, individual responsibility, and healthy exercise of fun, freedom and competition. Other offerings of the school’s student activity program entail involvement and service to Catholic church and the community.

Academic Clubs

Mathematics Club

Social Studies Club

Filipino Club

Science Club

English Club

Varsity in Specialized Sports




Table Tennis

Sepak Takraw


Track and Field

Cultural and Spiritual Groups

SNA SR Chorale

Mass Lectors and Commentators

Rondalla Ensemble

Dance Troupe

Drum and Lyre

Student Government

Supreme Student Council (S.S.C.)

The Program employs four approaches

 Developmental  – students are given support in preparing for their anticipated human growth and progress in various dimensions (physical, emotional, social, cognitive, behavioral, and spiritual)

 Preventive  – students are guided to avoid experiencing undesired and unfavorable outcomes

 Exploratory  – students are provided with opportunities where they can examine options, test skills, and try new and different activities, environments, and relationships

 Remedial  – students are assisted to overcome or solve an existing concern or problem

Other Services/ Programs

Guidance & counseling Program

The Guidance and Counseling Office shares and supports the mission-vision of SNA SR which is the formation of students into future leaders who are Christ-centered, excellent with values-formed conscience, and must show obedience.


It upholds the belief that man is created in the image and likeness of God. The young man entrusted to our care is gifted with God-given talents and potentials, yet faced with obstacles to growth and wholeness.

The goal of the Guidance and Counseling Program is to take a journey with the students back to his/her nature and guide him/her to deeper appreciation and realistic knowledge  of self through carefully planned psychological services and interventions.

The Program targets four domains

 Educational  – learning to learn

 Occupational/ Career  – learning to work

 Personal/ Social  – learning to live

 Community Involvement  – learning to contribute

Spiritual Programs

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SNA SR is in partnership with the Catholic church and community in spiritual endeavors. The school inculcates in each student the value of faith in God and becoming instrumental to others in the community.

Recitation of the Rosary and Chaplet of the Divine Mercy is part of the classes’ daily routine. SNA SR finds it essential to students’ spiritual and character formation. The school also holds annual Catholic sacraments including First Holy Communion for pupils in primary grades, Holy Confession, First Friday Masses, Recollections for students in high school, Retreat for the Graduating class, Living rosary, and more. SNA SR students and families also participate in seasonal church festivities and Sunday masses.

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