Total Development of Man based on FAITH, SCIENCE and VIRTUE


Posted on Jul. 13,2017

The Council of Deans for the Colleges of Education (CDCE) Region 3 will hold its first Regular Board Meeting on August 8, 2017 (Tuesday), 9:00 AM at the Seminar Room, Republic Central Colleges, the host institution.  Dr. Charito R. Wui, Dean of the College of Arts, Sciences and Education of RCC, also the Founding Chair of the Council in 1997 is the incoming Chair of the new set of officers for 2017-2019.  Dr. Flordeliza A. Castro, one of the founding Officers who has served the Council for 6 years is the outgoing Chair. The following are the officers of the CDCE Region 3 - 2017 to 2...
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Posted on Jul. 04,2017

The Junior High student Council (JHSC) welcomes July with three activities and programs aimed at fostering solidarity, leadership, and stewardship among the studentry, namely the 2nd RCC Junior High School Congress of Leaders, The RCC Junior High School Acquiatnce Party and the Oplan RCC: BalikKalinisan Project (BKP). The highest student-governing body in the Junior High School is to organize the 2nd RCC Junior High School Congress of Leaders on July 15, Saturday, at the RCC Seminar Room; while this year's Acquaintance Party is to be held the following week, another Satuday, on July 22 at the...
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Posted on Jun. 20,2017

The Research & Development Center (RDC) of the RCC held its annual professional development of both teaching and non-teaching personnel to enhance their research capability and productivity on April 18, 20, 25, & 27, 2017. The four sessions highlighted the various aspects of research, from the rudiments and processes of conducting researches. The main discussants were Dr. Gloria B. Abrazado, VPAA, Dr. Jaime R. Dizon, RDC Director, Dr. Jumar G. Basco, OSA & CESO Director, Mr. Jed V. Madlambayan, Head Guidance & Counseling Office, and Mr. Rizalde M. Capio, Principal, Grade School...
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Posted on Apr. 11,2017

It Matters to Know Business Analytics NEIL H. DATU Dean, College of Computer Studies IBM Academic Evangelist for Business Analytics   IBM Philippines and Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Technical Panel for Information Technology Education (TPITE) introduced Business Analytics in May 2013 as a specialization track designed for Business programs (e.g. BS in Business Administration) and Information Technology Education (ITE) (i.e. BS Computer Science, BS Information Technology and BS Information Systems). This is in anticipation of the huge demand for analytics skills.  ...
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          The RCC Guidance and Counseling Office envisions itself  to be a potent factor in recognizing and strengthening the formation of total personhood and uniqueness of students to become living, growing, and fully-functioning individuals.



          The Office shares in the pursuit of the school’s mission by carrying out a comprehensive guidance program that focuses on what students should know, understand, and able to do in order to develop into contributing members of the society. 



          The main objective of the Guidance and Counseling Office is to assist students in reaching their full potential as well-rounded individuals who can develop realistic and fulfilling life plans based on clear understandings of themselves, their needs, interests, and skills. 



          The Guidance and Counseling Office believes that:


  1. Each student is a unique individual with different needs, talents, and concerns;


  1. Each student is capable of self-direction in problem solving and decision making;


  1. Each student has the right to full acceptance as an individual; and


  1. Each student has the responsibility to obtain maximum fulfillment through educational, social, and career channels.




          The Guidance and Counseling Office makes sure that its services and activities are well planned, executed, and evaluated for the benefit of the students and the school community. The following services are:


 A. Individual Inventory Service

          The Guidance and Counseling Office conducts a continuous and cooperative process of gathering and documenting pertinent information on each student.


 B. Information Service

           The Guidance and Counseling Office accumulates and disseminates information about the different guidance activities, vocational opportunities, and educational information.


     1. Orientation

            The purpose of this activity is to help the students acquire or assimilate necessary knowledge about the role of the guidance counselors and the guidance services.  The orientation aims to establish rapport and provide an atmosphere of invitation for prospective counselees.


     2. Group Guidance

           The purpose of this activity is to discuss developmental  issues which are common to students such as understanding yourself and others, understanding feelings, getting along with others, solving problems, effective communication, resolving  conflicts, study skills, peer pressure, etc.


     3. Parent/Faculty Consultation

          The purpose of this activity is to confer with faculty members and parents to provide information that would help them understand their students and children respectively based on their needs, problems, interests, strengths, weaknesses, concerns, etc.


C. Counseling Service

          The Guidance and Counseling Office handles personal encounter with students to assist them in understanding their own needs and difficulties, in gaining deeper awareness of their problems, and in making intelligent decisions.


     1. Individual Counseling

           Individual counseling is designed to promote and enhance student learning.  It helps students cope with developmental problems, prevent them or stop other problems from escalating. Students may receive counseling at their own request or by referrals from parents, teachers and staff.

     2. Group Counseling

          Group counseling is useful in working with four to eight students who are experiencing mutual concerns and/or developmental difficulties. Students work with each other in small group settings to provide support and positive encouragement to enhance school success. Students may become members of counseling groups at their own request, or by referrals from parents and teachers.


D. Follow-up Service

            The Guidance and Counseling Office continuously monitors students’ progress to determine if further assistance is needed.


E. Referral Service

          The Guidance and Counseling Office refers to appropriate agencies the special cases which require services beyond the scope of the guidance and counseling program.


F.  Career and Placement Service

          The Guidance and Counseling Office assists students to progress satisfactorily from one year level to another and helps them find their appropriate place in the field of work.


G. Testing Service

           The Guidance and Counseling Office uses appropriate standardized tests to assess students’ mental abilities, adjustment skills, personality traits, work values and emotional quotient to    collect pertinent data for guidance and counseling purposes.


H. Evaluation Service

          The Guidance and Counseling Office assumes accountability through the evaluation of the nature, structure, organization, and implementation of school guidance programs and the school      guidance counselors.


I.  Research Service

          The Guidance and Counseling Office conducts studies in areas like student needs and student-teacher relations.  Results of these studies serve as guideposts for educational planning and   upgrading services.