A. Upon finishing their years of formation, the ECEd students are expected to be:

Academically Proficient

  • Efficient in communicative skills that include reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Able to exhibit fine and gross motor skills
  • Initiated to ICT

Emotionally Mature

  • Independent in going to school
  • Cooperative by getting along with others (through sharing and taking turns)
  • Curious to make the most out of the learning opportunities
  • Persistent in learning to finish what he/she has started
  • Sensitive to the feelings of others
  • Equipped with proper toilet training and good grooming with minimum assistance

Morally Upright

  • Appreciative of oneself along with his/her God-given talents
  • Adaptive of early study habits
  • Knowledgeable of the basic prayers; prays with love and reverence
  • Mindful of his/her actions when dealing with others

Socially Responsible Citizens

  • Attentive to the needs of others by having the initiative to work on assigned tasks
  • Respectful of the belongings of others
  • Sociable as he/she strives for the feeling of belongingness
  • Friendly and courteous to other members of the OLCA community and even to those outside the campus
  • Accustomed to the use of "po" and "opo"

B. The Lower Basic Education graduates are learners who are:

Academically proficient

  • Competent in the English language
  • Critical and analytical thinkers
  • Resourceful and creative in learning endeavors
  • Abreast and innovative with the modern technology
  • Aware of relevant and social issues
  • Endowed with necessary skills and competencies for the next level of formation


  • Anticipate achievement and achieve, rather than being "paralyzed" by feelings of inferiority
  • Are open for correction and appreciative of affirmation
  • Can cope with difficult situations
  • Are self-disciplined
  • Are able to work alone and with others
  • Seek role models and gradually develop as leaders
  • Express themselves responsibly

Morally upright

  • Are God-fearing and devoted to Mary
  • Practice the virtues of honesty, truthfulness and trustworthiness
  • Demonstrate distinct characteristics worthy of emulation
  • Prefer forgiveness than revenge

Socially responsible citizens

  • Show love and concern to the less fortunate through reaching out and sharing their resources
  • Use their talents and skills for the service of others
  • Participate actively in community and religious services
  • Evaluate consequences of their actions in terms of their relationship to others based on respect, gratitude and the "golden rule".
  • Respect rules, laws and properly constituted authority
  • Appreciate Filipino heritage and valuable tradition

C. The Upper Basic Education graduates are learners who are:

Academically proficient

  • Express themselves efficiently and confidently particularly in the English language
  • Think logically and critically and evaluate reflectively
  • Manipulate various modes of technology responsibly and effectively
  • Are well-conversant about social concerns and issues locally and globally
  • Are well-equipped with skills and competencies for college
  • Are impelled by commitment to creative lifelong learning


  • Understand, accept and appreciate themselves and others as persons with potentials, abilities and limitations
  • Show pliancy in dealing with conflicts and difficulties
  • Live a disciplined and healthy affective life
  • Know clearly what they believe in and why they believe so
  • Are sincere, fair and straightforward with utmost tact in words and actions
  • Manifest proactive outlook in life

Morally upright

  • Are Christo-centric
  • Model the Marian virtues of simplicity, humility, obedience and chastity
  • Manifest respect for human dignity in their daily lives
  • Live with integrity

Socially responsible citizens

  • Commit themselves to the noble service for the common good
  • Are cognizant, sensitive and responsive to the needs of time
  • Possess leadership qualities
  • Respect authorities
  • Are responsible stewards of God's creations
  • Appreciate and commit to the preservation of Filipino heritage and valuable traditions

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