Awards and Honors

1.   Honor Card Awards for the First to Third Grading Periods

  1. White Card - general average of at least 92% in academic subjects with no grade lower than 83% in any subject including the Conduct grade and RHGP.
  2. Blue Card - general average of at least 90% in academic subjects with no grade lower than 83% in any subject including the Conduct grade and RHGP.

Note:  PEHM/CAT grades are included in the computation of the general average.

 

2.  Honors and Awards

A.  For Graduating Students

a. General Excellence Awards

a. Valedictorian – Gold Medal

b. Salutatorian – Silver Medal

c. 1st Honorable Mention – Bronze Medal

d. 7th Honorable Mention – Bronzed Pinned Medal

B. Non-Academic Awards

a.  Saint Louis of Gonzaga Award

This is the HIGHEST AWARD OF DISTINCTION that the school gives to a graduating student.

CRITERIA FOR NOMINATION PERCENTAGE
True Christian Living 25%
Relevant Academic Excellence 25%
Committed Social Awareness 25%
Competent Professional Responsibility 25%
TOTAL 100%

This award is given to a student who has healthfully and responsibly lived the four (4) aspects of the Louisian culture. Names of nominees to this single award shall come from the pool of classroom advisers of the graduating class and Area Coordinators.  To be nominated to this award, a student must be able to garner at least 90% total score based on the above-mentioned criteria.  Names of nominees shall be submitted for judgement by the special committee on St. Louis Gonzaga Award, which is composed of the Chaplain/CICM Liaison Officer, who acts as chairperson, the Principal, the Assistant Principal, and the Prefect of Discipline.  The special committee shall conduct an interview on each nominee to determine the lone Saint Louis Gonzaga Awardee.

b.  USL Leadership Award

This award is given to a student who has outstanding contribution/s to the school community upon recommendation of the SSG Adviser.

c. Chaplaincy Award

The Chaplaincy award is given to a graduating student who, for at least two continuous years, have given himself or herself actively in the service of the Campus Ministry or any pastoral work in the campus.  The pool of religion teachers and class advisers recommend candidates to this award to the Office of the Chaplain.

d. Organization/Club Awards

Certificates of recognition are given to graduating and non-graduating students during Recognition Day.

The club/organization adviser may recommend at most five (5) possible awardees to the Committee on Awards under the following conditions:

      1. no failing marks during the whole year, Conduct grade included;
      2. no disciplinary case (i.e. excessive tardiness, excessive unexcused absences, misbehavior, and the like) during the whole year.

Note:  4 and above unexcused absences is considered excessive and 10 and above tardiness is considered excessive.

c. To be nominated to this award, a student must be able to garner at least 90% total score based on the criteria.

e. Special Awards

Certificates of recognition are awarded to students who won in Provincial, Regional and National Competitions.

f. Service Awards

This is given to a student based on his/her personal traits and extent and quality of his performance as a student leader both in the school and community. To be nominated to this award, a student must be able to garner at least 90% total score based on the criteria.