Pre-School Program


The pre-school department aims to 
1) initiate young children to a wider-social circle of peers and adults and to the larger physical environment;

2) provide the young children with an atmosphere that is conducive to preparing them to acquire learning skills when they are ready to do so.

In TCS Pre-School, the pupils are taught to:

  1. Love God and obey Him
  2. Be responsible and self-reliant
  3. Think of others
  4. Show courtesy
  5. Achieve their best academically
  6. Relate with others in a healthy and productive way
  7. Master muscular control and coordination
  8. Take care of themselves and develop proper health habits
  9. Appreciate the arts and express themselves creatively



  • Weekly worship
  • Outreaches
  • Bible Week
  • Christmas celebration


  • English

      Pre Nursery Nursery Kinder I

    Kinder II

      Language English Language Language  
      Reading Writing Reading Reading  
      Math Math Writing Writing  
      Bible Bible Math Math  
        Values Bible Bible  

  • Chinese

      Pre Nursery Nursery Kinder I

    Kinder II

      Language Language Language Language  
      Bible Bible Bible Bible  
      Math Math Math Math  
      Art Art Art Art  
      Songs &
    Songs &
    Writing Writing  


    • Buwan ng Wika
    • Foundation Week Activities
    • Track and Field Day
    • Field Trip
    • Interschool Fellowship
    • Clubs
    • Sports
    • Chinese New Year Celebration

    Admission and Registration:

    Registration for a new school year is on first-come-first-served basis. Continuing pupils may register starting February 1 to assure a place. The reservation fee is credited against tuition fee later. Pupils must enrol during the scheduled enrolment period, otherwise, the school reserves the right not to accept the pupil if the class is already filled. Parents shall personally fill up the Registration Form of their children in the pre-school.

    Admission Requirements:

    1. Age requirements:

      Pre-Nursery: 2 years and 3 mos. to 3 years

      Nursery: 3 years and 3 mos. to 4 years

      Kinder 1: 4 years and 3 mos. to 5 years

      Kinder 2: 5 years and 3 mos. to 6 years

    2. Pre-school certificate, if a transferee

    3. Applicants to take and successfully pass the admission test

    4. Photocopy of SECPA birth certificate/ACR if alien

    5. Report card if a transferee from another school

    6. Parents to apply for permit if watcher-in-school is needed. This is subject to school regulations.

    • Special Cases:

      1. If an underage child is to be enrolled in a higher level than the regular class for his/her age, the parents are to sign an agreement with the school in addition to the child passing the admission test.

      2. The school reserves the right to advise that a child be placed in a lower-level if the child is not ready to face the demands of the level to which his age belongs.

      3. The school may require that a child attend summer enrichment/catching up classes (for Chinese or English) before the opening of the school year if the school believes that the child will have difficulty in coping with the academic demands of the level the child intends to enrol in.

  • Elementary Program


    1. Provide the basic knowledge and develop the foundational skills, attitudes and values, including the moral and spiritual dimensions essential to the child's personal development and necessary for living in a changing social milieu.

    2. Provide learning experiences which increases the child's awareness of and responsiveness to the changes in society and prepare him for constructive and effective involvement.

    3. Promote and intensify the child's knowledge of, identification with, pride and love for the nation and the people to which he belongs.

    4. Promote work experience which develop and enhance the child's orientation to the world of work and creativity in order to prepare him to engage in honest and gainful work.

    5. Strengthen the spiritual and moral values and seek ways to translate these into deeds.

    6. develop proper study habits while laying down a strong and balanced foundation of basic education, especially in the 5 R's (reading, writing, 'rithmetic, reasoning, right values).

    7. Motivate pupils to pursue excellence in all academic and non-academic activities.

    8. Discover variable talents and aptitudes among pupils and nurture them to optimal individual levels.

    9. Cultivate healthy body and healthy mind through health knowledge and practices.

    10. Instill desirable attitudes and teach behaviour that leads to a progressive sense of responsibility and maturity.

    11. Inculcate qualities of a discerning consumer, present and future.

    12. Provide opportunities for pupils to reach out and relate meaningfully with different groups or people in the larger community.

    13. Incorporate parental interest and participation into learning activities of pupils.



    • Weekly worship
    • Outreaches
    • Bible Subject
    • Bible Week
    • Involvement in activities of Bacolod Trinity Christian Church

    Basic Education Curriculum:

      Learning Areas Daily Time Allotment
    GR. 1 GR. 2 GR. 3 GR. 4 GR. 5 GR. 6
      Filipino 80 80 80 80 80 80
      English 100 100 100 80 80 80
      Mathematics 80 80 80 80 80 80
      Science 40 60 60 60
      Makabayan 60 60 60 60 60 60
      Sibika at Kultura/HKS        

    High School Program


  • Continue to promote the objectives of elementary education, but shifting the emphasis from the mastery of basic tools of learning, expression, and understanding to the use and extension of the tools for further exploration and acquisition of intellectual, social, moral and physical concepts, ideals, attitudes, and skills in order to develop the whole human being.

  • Discover and enhance, in addition, the different aptitudes and interest of the individual student so as to equip him with skills for productive endeavor and thus prepare him for work in the real world and/or for further formal studies in higher education.

  • Foster internalization of Biblical truth and values in relationships with God, others, self and ecology.

  • Awaken taste for research, sharpen analytical and scientific skills in preparation for professional studies in higher and specialized training.

  • Encourage constructive participation in curricular and co-curricular programs on and off-campus.

  • Cultivate good health habits and psychomotor prowess pertinent to work and constructive use of leisure.

  • Guide for growth in self-direction, particularly in the choice of vocations as students of God, motivated by service to fellowmen.

  • Develop industry, manual skills, and positive work habits needed to become a contributive member of society.

  • Foster growth in national identity and pride tempered with rational and analytical approach to realities that operate in the country.

  • Provide opportunities in community services and its improvement.

  • Work with parents to achieve common educational goals for the students.

  • Programs:


    • Weekly worship
    • Outreaches

    • Bible Subject

    • Bible Week

    • Involvement in activities of Bacolod Trinity Christian Church


    ο Basic Education Curriculum

      Learning Areas Weekly Time Allotment (in minutes)
    1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
      Filipino 240 240 240 240
      English 300 300 300 300
      Mathematics 300
    Algebra 1
    Algebra 2
      Science &
    Gen Sci
    Phil Hist
    Asian Stud
    World Hist
          TEPP* 240 240 240 240
          MAPEH** 240 240 240 300***
          Bible 60 60 60 120

     TEPP stands for Teknolohiya, Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan.

     ** MAPEH stands for Music, Arts, PE and Health

     *** CAT is added to the fourth year curriculum.

     200 minutes of weekly class time is equivalent to 1 unit.


      80 minutes daily from first year to fourth year.

      Subjects include:

      ο Chinese Language 1 (Language and Reading)

      ο Chinese Language 2 (Social studies and conversation)

      ο Writing & composition

      ο Bible

    Habits and Behavior:

    The following areas of character building and growth are graded and reflected in the report card:

    ο Activeness in school and class

    ο Consistent practice of right values

    ο Courtesy and consideration for others

    ο Helpfulness and cooperation

    ο Neatness and completeness of uniform

    ο Proper decorum

    ο Punctuality in school and class activities

    ο Respect for and wise use of things

    ο Respect for authority and rules

    ο Self-reliance and industry

    ο Sense of responsibility

    ο Wise use of time

    Each item under the Habits and Behavior are rated as follows:

    Rating Description
    10 Perfect! Standout, no question about it!)
    9 Excellent! (Very evident, many can testify)
    8 Very good (Has positive influence on others)
    6-7 Good (Can be depended upon, but not exceptional)
    4-5 Fair, average, not bad
    3 Just passing
    2 Not satisfactory
    1 Persistent violations despite advices and warnings or a major offense
    0 No sign of change after repeated counsel and warnings

    Every new school year, the students start to build their H&B from a blank record. For most items, the highest rating for H&B that can be given in the first quarter is 6 or 7. This rating is increased as consistency of good habits or behavior is observed.

    Habits and behavior are considered very important learning goals in TCS. The school reserves the right not to readmit students with failures in two or more items in H&B.

    Expectations and Framework for High School Students (Keys for Success in Life):

    Standard Skills for High School Students

    Study Skills
    • I will remember what is taught for long term use.

    • I will study to learn, not just to pass.

    • I will take personal responsibility for storing knowledge on one's own initiative.

    • I will take responsibility for comprehension and analysis of lessons.

    • I will hold on to what I hear and learn. It is a building block for tomorrow's knowledge.

    • I will study even if there is no test.

    • I will read books beyond what is assigned.

    Testing Skills
    • I will read, understand and apply instructions without teacher's explanation. I will consult the teacher when clarification is needed.

    • I will study carefully and in advance for any test.

    • I will read and answer questions seriously.

    • I will target for the best; expect the best from myself.

    • I will maintain silence during tests beginning from giving out of papers up to the last person finishing the test.

    • I will apply knowledge to different situations. I know the tests will not be merely recall; situations will be changed.

    • I will stay up-to-date with lessons so I am prepared for any unannounced test.

    • I will be careful with my spelling.

    Listening Skills
    • I can focus attention on what the speaker is saying and mentally repeat, analyze and make my own judgment.

    • I can listen to oral instructions and note important points, then follow through in applications.

    • I can shut-off thoughts that are unrelated to lessons being discussed in class, so that concentration can be enhanced.

    • I can use different techniques to enhance listening, such as copying notes, visualizing, etc.

    Emotional Skills
    • I can accept responsibility for my own property notebooks, books, projects, etc. and not leave them around for others to pick up.

    • I will be conscious of time, and thoughtful of others' time.

    • I will do what is good for the sake of doing good, without expecting any reward.

    • I will keep to assigned seats.

    • I will wait for the proper time for everything (e.g., P.E. class, recess).

    • I can control self from talking while the class is going on.

    Physical Skills
    • I can control the use of my hands in handling apparatuses and in making experiments.

    • I can be quick to do what is expected of me physically (going to line formation during flag ceremony, transferring from one room to another, getting paper and pen, etc.)

    Social Skills
    • I can refrain from doing personal things in public, such as coming my hair during class time. (This is bad manner.)

    • I can refrain from eating during class time and from chewing gums in class. (These are classroom violations.)

    • I can control myself from showing any public display of affection. I understand this is in bad taste and will also make my partner's look cheap in the public.

    • My learning is my responsibility. The teacher is my guide.

    • I understand the book is not always right. I am willing to learn from sources other than my book.

    • My studies are designed to build me up. What I do with what I learn determines who I become.

    • I will strive to learn something everyday from all subjects.

    • I should not take my studies for granted. My parents have sacrificed much for me, and I owe it to them, to myself, to my teachers to build the right future.

    • My attitude today becomes my character tomorrow. I am responsible for building my character.

    • Nothing is too hard for God. What I find difficult I can tackle with God's help.

    Seeking Excellence for God's Glory, Since 1975.