• KINDER

    KINDER

    • Filipino
    • English
    • Mathematics
    • Science
    • Computer
    • Civics
    • GMRC
    • MAPEH
  • GRADE 1 TO 6

    GRADE 1 TO 6

    • Filipino
    • English
    • Mathematics
    • Science
    • Computer
    • Scocial Studies
    • Rel./Values Education
    • PDHPE (P.E. & Health)
    • Visual Arts
    • Music

GRADE 7 TO 12

  • FILIPINO

    FILIPINO

    Filipino – To provide exposure to the Philippines and to aid in the utilization of its diverse resources, to appreciate its culture, tradition, and environment.
  • ENGLISH

    ENGLISH

    English – Emphasizes four major areas: Composition, Grammar & Usage, Vocabulary Development, and Literature.
  • MATHEMATICS

    MATHEMATICS

    Mathematics
    • Basic Math – Emphasizes basic Math skills that will strengthen a student’s foundation skills for higher Math courses. Numeration, computations, fractions, ratio and proportions, and introduction to geometric and algebraic expressions are studied.
    • Algebra 1 – This is designed to acquaint the student with literal expressions, equations, inequalities, polynomials and factoring, and system of equations and solution of word problems.
    • Algebra 2 – This course provides an extension of the skills learned in Algebra 1. Multi-variable equations, conic sections, logarithms, trigonometry and higher degree polynomials will be studied.
    • Business Math – this course emphasizes basic Math skills and business methods used by small businesses and homeowners.
    • Geometry – This course helps the student think critically and apply logical reasoning to sequentially derive proofs and theorems. Several activities are designed to relate abstract concepts with real word applications.
    • Pre-Algebra – Emphasizes basic Math skills and will strengthen a student student’s foundation skills for higher Math courses. Numerations, computations, fractions, ratio and proportions, and introduction to geometric and algebraic expressions will be covered.
    • Pre-Calculus – This course covers analytical geometry, functions, logarithms, and extends the trigonometry studied in Algebra 2 and Geometry.
  • INTEGRATED SCIENCE

    INTEGRATED SCIENCE

    • Anatomy & Physiology – Emphasizes an advanced study of human anatomy and physiology.
    • Biology – Emphasizes the concepts of biological principles, cells, DNA, the cell cycle, genetics, invertebrates, and vertebrates are considered.
    • Chemistry – It is designed to acquaint the student with the basic laws and theories concerning the structure and nature of matter.
    • Life Science – Student will study the ecosystem, environmental health, structure and function of human body systems, the effects of drugs.
    • Physics – It is designed to acquaint the students with a fundamental approach to Physics, Mechanics, Energy, Sound, Light, Electricity, Magnetism, and Sub-atomic Physics are introduced.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES

    SOCIAL STUDIES

    • Psychology – Introduction to Psychology that focuses on the vocabulary and concepts of modern Psychology. It will delve into the history of psychology and the different approaches to the study of human behavior.
    • Philippine History – Blend the teaching of Philippine history and current events to make connections between disciplines and to think critically about the past, the present, and the future.
    • World History – It emphasizes World history from ancient to modern times, and a look at variety of cultures.
  • RELIGIOUS VALUE EDUCATION

    RELIGIOUS VALUE EDUCATION

    The objectives of this course are to develop in students an understanding of values education strategies; to consider the relation between values and personal behavior affecting the achievement of sustainable futures; and to reflect on students future awareness, commitment and actions.
  • PHYSICAL EDUCATION  AND HEALTH

    PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH

    • Physical Education – It gives emphasis on competence in skillful movement, dynamic game/sports situations, dance, and in a variety of rhythmic and recreational activities. A transition from modified versions of movement forms to more complex situations across all types of activities.
    • Health – is a review of the systems of the body and a study of personality development, human relationships, and the relationship between our body and our environment.
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE

    FOREIGN LANGUAGE

    To introduce the students to the basics of the language and the cultures that it speaks. It will address all four areas of language development: reading, listening, writing, and speaking. It will focus on communicating about their immediate world and daily life activities, read material on familiar topics, and write short, directed compositions. Instruction is given primarily in the target language and in a variety of contexts to meet the needs of students with a diversity of skill levels.
  • ARTS

    ARTS

    The focus of instruction will be the elements and principles of design, art appreciation, and painting.
  • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

    To provide the students the skills and knowledge to effectively use computers. They will become adept at using the computer as a tool to organize and present information through the use of word processing, database, spreadsheet, multimedia programs, and acquire skills in keyboarding and network use.
  • DRAMA AND MUSIC

    DRAMA AND MUSIC

    It concentrates on ensemble building and group work through the use of theatre games and exercises, exploring issues of trust and status through dramatic expression. The specific skills are explored at each grade level based on a different theme. These skills are combined with aspects of Theatre History to devise a small group performance for a specific audience.

    The Junior High School Exploratory Music course focuses on musicianship using World music and to create a choral group. They develop basic music literacy and compositional skills through group projects and performances. They will also be introduced to a variety of musical genre and styles.

  • TECHNOLOGY, LIVELIHOOD AND EDUCATION (T.L.E.)

    TECHNOLOGY, LIVELIHOOD AND EDUCATION (T.L.E.)

    It offers to develop vocational ethics and learn skills that can give the students an edge in the job market.
    Basic Skills:
    • Home Economics
    • Industrial Arts
    • Research
  • ENGLISH IS A SECOND LANGUAGE (E.S.L.)

    ENGLISH IS A SECOND LANGUAGE (E.S.L.)

    At Washington School, the students who are still developing English language skills receive additional support through our ESL program.

    This course enables the learners to exert to their full potential both academically and socially. There is a strong emphasis on developing literacy skills and strategies for coping up with a curriculum as a second language.

    The ESL teachers are highly qualified to facilitate a conducive environment to learning with exposure to oral and written language. The teaching materials are well-prepared and authentic to suit the needs and interests of the students.

School Curriculum