The theme followed by the subject areas in the early education, grade school and high school departments, together with the orientation / approach of the instruction, support the general thrust of the school's mission statement.
Early Education Department
Play Program (2-3.7 yrs. old)
Introduction to school
Learning experiences are given through non-threatening and enjoyable activities. The primary focus of the program is on developing social skills, group and cooperative learning. Readiness in learning how to read and write, to count, and to recognize colors are just some of the outcomes of this program.
Basic Awareness Program (3.6-4.7 yrs. old)
Learning the basics
Developing confidence and good learning behavior are the main objectives of this program. Children acquire beginning reading, math and writing skills and develop independence, initiative and confidence. Children learn through movements, arts, music and science.
Discovery Program (4.6-5.7 yrs. old)
Learning how to learn
Children develop interest in a wide range of topics from Anatomy to Geography since they are naturally curious, spontaneous, eager and sociable. Words, phrases and sentences anchored in their experiences within the school are some of the challenges in reading. Children learn to observe, experiment and discover.
Grade One (5.6-7 yrs. old)
This is the practical application of everything learned from Level I to III. Children read to learn and discover and develop more interests. Math is used as a means to understand simple commerce and everyday experiences. It is not perceived as an end itself. Reading is used as a vehicle to learn about and understand his environment. Science provides the experiences that develops concepts and further hones reading, language and math skills. As a transitional program from preschool to elementary, children develop good study habits through regular homework, drills, and seatwork.
Grade One - Emerging Intelligences
Grade Two - Exploring Potentials
Grade Three - Challenging Creativity
Grade Four - Expanding Environment (Interests)
Grade Five - Initiating Experiences
Grade Six - Integration of Experiences
Grade 7 - Apprenticeship
Grade 8 - Advocacy
Grade 9 - Effective Habits
Grade 10 - Leadership and Service
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Grade 11 - College Preparatory: Nationhood
Oral Communication Context
Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino
- General Math
- Earth and Life Science
- Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person
- Reading and Writing Skills
- Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Iba't Ibang Teksto Tungo sa Pananaliksik
- Statistics and Probability
- Personal Development
- Physical Education and Health
Grade 12 - College Preparatory: Global Education
- 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World
- Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics
- Physical Science
- Media and Information Literacy
- Contemporary Philippine Culture and Arts
- Physical Education and Health
Life Science Research
This strand seeks to empower students to produce knowledge through research in their chosen major - Limnology, Oceanography, or Terrestrial Ecology. Students are expected to publish and/or present their findings in journals and conventions as a culminating achievement in Grade 12.
Teacher Training and Development
The program aims to develop and equip an individual with professional, social, and academic insights and skills as a teacher trainee that participates in the actual operation of the school, in teaching as well as non-teaching activities of the profession.
Small Enterprise Development
This strain is targeted towards students who want to learn how to start their own business with a foundation that is solid enough to enable them to grow and succeed. The students will be equipped with the entrepreneurial way of thinking as well as academic skills and knowledge of a competent business manager.
This strand addresses and challenges the relationship between theory and practice in understanding communication in applied contexts.
This strand deals with the nuances and conventions of modern-day writing. Included in the program are subjects that will delve into the creation of written material using the various genres taken up in SHS. They will be tasked to come up with publishable and marketable material that will cater to different audiences. Included in the course are production and design subjects to help create industry standard written work.
The goal of this strand is to develop quality assistant football coaches by undergoing different training that will enable them to manage a football program abiding HEDCen's Core Values.