Honor Roll and Awards

1. Honor Card Awards for the First Three Grading Period

  • White Card – general average of at least 92% in academic subjects with no grade lower than 83% in any subject
  • Blue Card – general average of at least 90% in academic subjects with no grade lower than 83% in any subject

2. Revised Guidelines on the Selection of Honor Pupils of  Kinder  to Grade  10 of the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum (Enclosure No.1 to DepEd Order No.74, s. 2012), effective for Kinder 2 of SY 2013-2014

    1. Candidates for honors shall be drawn from the top ten (10) pupils/ students of the school who performed at the Advanced Level. They must not have a final grade lower than 85 (Proficient Level) and they should have no grade at Developing Level in any quarter.
    2. To determine the top ten (10), pupils/students shall be ranked using the 7-3 point scheme (7   points for academic performance and 3 points for curricular activities) as contained in Enclosure nos. 1 and 2 of DepEd Order No. 92, s. 2009.
      Note: USL shall rank pupils using 7 (Academic), 2 (Curricular activities), 1 (Conduct) in consideration of USL’s commitment as a Catholic School.
    3. Transferees shall be considered in the ranking provided they were enrolled not later than the second week of classes of the current year.
    4. The general average shall be computed to three decimal places. In order to compute for the general average, the exact numerical equivalent of the students’ final rating across subjects shall be used. In case of tie, candidates shall be both declared in the same honor ranking (both as valedictorians, salutatorians and so on).
    5. All candidates for honors must be of good moral character and have not been subjected to any disciplinary action within the current School Year.
    6. The existing DepEd Order No. 92, s. 2009 shall still be applied in the selection of honor pupils/students in Grades 3 to 6 of the Elementary level and Secondary level.

3. Revised Guidelines on the Selection of Honor Pupils of Grades III-VI, effective SY 2013-2014 (DepEd Order No. 92, s. 2009)

    1. Candidates for honors at any grade level shall be drawn from the top ten (10) pupils of the school. They must not have a final grade lower than 83% in any subject.
    2. To determine the top ten (10), pupils/students shall be ranked using the 7-3 point scheme (7   points for academic performance and 3 points for curricular activities) as contained in Enclosure no. 1 and 2.
      Note: USL shall rank pupils using 7 (Academic), 2 (Curricular activities), 1 (Conduct) in consideration of USL’s commitment as a Catholic School.
    3. The pupils’/students’ grades in the previous curriculum level shall not be considered in the ranking of honors for graduating pupils/students.
    4. Only the grades in the current curriculum year shall be considered in the ranking of honor pupils/students. Transferees shall be considered in the ranking provided they are enrolled not later than the second week of classes of the current year.
    5. The final rating shall be computed to the three decimal places. In case of tie, candidates shall both be declared in the same honor ranking (both as valedictorians, salutatorians and so on).
    6. All candidates for honors must be of good moral character and have not been subjected to any disciplinary actions within the current school year.