Teachers and staff here work as a team. TCS tries to make sure that we all share the same basic philosophy, Though teaching styles may be different. And that's good.
We are small enough to ensure constant contact between students and teachers/staff and large enough for students to express and develop their individuality.
We recruit teachers who are committed to the ministry of education. They are rigidly screened before joining the school. Then each one is evaluated with regards to the performance and values. We expect teachers to stimulate, guide an challenge their students and to grow professionally.
TEACHERS: come to TCS because of their desire to teach.
OUR TEACHERS: are not perfect, but they are committed. They are in TCS because they want to grow, and they want to help students grow.
The commitment of our teachers goes beyond the classroom and the school year. Alumni visit the school from time to time to consult or even just to talk. The TCS is a family.
We are mixed community, striving to grow together and enriched by each other.
We have a high expectation for each student. Intellectually, we expect students to accept the challenge of mentally rigorous study demands. We want students to learn independently and for themselves.
We expect each student to learn to write, not simply learn about writing; we expect them to learn to compute, not simply understand the principles of mathematics; we expect them to live out the right values, not simply verbalize them, we expect each student to experience artistic expression, not just learn about art. Primarily we expect TCS students to learn how to be active and not passive in their development.
Physically, the TCS students are encouraged to develop the total person. Athletics, physical conditioning, grooming, proper health habits, and a balanced understanding of an involvement in competition are all part of this development. Students enjoy calisthenics, track, basketball, volleyball, chess and other sports.
Spiritually, students learn the important of integrating biblical principles to all facets of life. They are taught to study the Bible, and challenged to evaluate the consistency of their faith and action.
We believe co-curricular activities should complement academic training to provide a balanced development of the intellect and the character.
The most significant aspect of our co-curricular program is the opportunity to participate. If we have students interested, we don't cut – no matter what the ability. When you give kids a chance to participate, you also get your share of rewards.
In cultural presentations, talents are discovered and encouraged, leadership potential given a chance to grow, stage confidence enhanced, group cooperation and discipline developed.
In sports, students are given a chance to develop their physical skills and to learn the true meaning of sportsmanship. We train to win, but not win at all costs. We believe winning should not be at the expense of corruption of character, that winning in sports should be balanced by equal dedication to academic studies and therefore should not be a substitute for academic excellence.
In community participation, such as outreach program and ecological awareness, we encourage students to see how they can contribute to the welfare of society, and to do actual outreach work.
|Uy, Esther Jane Y.||Principal|
|Matalubos, Gasmelba||Asst. to the Principal / Personnel Officer|
|Carmona, Veronica||Office Manager|
|Valguna, Rhea B.||Chief Librarian|
|Crisostomo, Michael||Registrar/Adviser - Fourth Year Perseverance|
|Azuro, Melissa||Supervisor, Level I/Adviser - Grade 3 Mercy|
|Tanjusay, Lynn||Supervisor, Pre-School/Adviser - Kinder II|
|Gaurana, Raquel||Supervisor, level II|
|Zamoraga, Roumelia||Supervisor, Level III|
|Cabrera, Gertie||Chinese Supervisor, High School|
|Lee, Nellie||Chinese Supervisor, Elementary|
|Abizar, Ramon||General Services/Driver|
|Criador, Edna III||Guidance Counselor|
|Gidalanon, Karren||Library Aide|
|Llamas, Greace Agape||Guidance Counselor|
|Linaja, Tiffany||Elementary Librarian|
|Ordonio, Nestor||Property Custodian|
|Oregano, Lorelie||Library Staff|
|Pangarotan, Brian||AV Specialist|
|Paniergo, Feline||Library Aide|
|Ting, Carlos||Business Manager|
|Verdadero, Zerah||Secretary of the Principal|
|Yulo, Reganaud||Sports Moderator|
|Mahipos, Dolly Jean|
|Ngo, Bee Ha|
|Sun, Mary Ann|
|Tio, Cherrie Mae|
|Villanueva, Guat Ha|
|Bravo, Naomi||PS Library Incharge, Pre Nursery Teacher|
|Peronce, Liza||Adviser, Nursery Camia & Lily|
|Jose, Menchu||Adviser, Kinder I Dahlia & Tulip|
|Blanco, Medy||Adviser, Kinder I Santan|
|Repogio, Jeralee||Adviser, Kinder II Rosal|
|Garcia, Marlyn||Pre Nursery, Nursery & KI Chinese Teacher|
|Chu, Gina||Kinder I Chinese Teacher|
|Lladoc, Annie||Chinese Adviser, KII Daisy & Magnolia|
|Darlene Ruth de los Reyes||Teaching Assistant|
|Analie Delfin||Teaching Assistant|
|Paypon, Glezeus||PS Nurse, Chinese Teaching Assistant|
|King, Gervilyn||Chinese Supervisor|
|Ordaniel, Maylin||Adviser, Grade 1 Hope|
|Pontenegra, Francis||Adviser, Grade 1 Faith|
|Samulde, Lani||Adviser, Grade 1 Charity|
|Flores, Mark||Adviser, Grade 2 Wisdom|
|De La Vega, Janilyn||Adviser, Grade 2 Love|
|Buelba, Janet||Adviser, Grade 2 Peace|
|Ditchon, Bonivie||Adviser, Grade 3 Joy|
|Cagnayo, Gina||Adviser, Grade 4 Goodness|
|Villarde, Lizly||Adviser, Grade 4 Courage|
|Lim, Evelyn||Adviser, Grade 5 Salt|
|Vinco, Judith||Adviser, Grade 5 Light|
|Dioneo, Ma. Elma||Adviser, Grade 6 Kindness|
|Dechimo, Aragon||Science and Civics/Security Officer|
|Precioso, Joshua||HELE Teacher|
|Gabrido, Celia||HELE Teacher/Filipino Teacher to Foreign Students|
|Niedo, Rose Ann||PE Teacher|
|Repogio, Jeremie||Adviser, First Year Gentleness|
|Bravo, Nona Rae||Adviser, First Year Faithfulness|
|Lapatha, Frandie||Adviser, Second Year Self Control|
|Tre-inta, Gift Joy||Adviser, Second Year Initiative|
|Federez, Kathryn||Adviser, Third Year Meekness|
|Dechimo, Darlene||Adviser, Third Year Compassion|
|Ceballos, Xerwin||Adviser, Fourth Year Grace|
|Quirino, Lemuel||Computer, Social Studies Teacher|
|Magallanes, Evelyn||Filipino Teacher|
|King, Dave||Part Time Bible teacher|
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