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A. The following are the major subjects taught in the Transportation Engineering Division of De La Salle University-Manila

A.1. Highway Design and Traffic Safety (TRETRAF)
        a.1.1 Syllabus and Topics
        a.1.2 Assignments
                 SY2009-10: No.1, No.2, No.3
        a.1.3 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination
                 - Quiz No. 1, Quiz No. 2, Final Exam
        a.1.4 Sample Term Project

A.2. Transportation Engineering (CIVTREN)
        a.2.1 Syllabus
        a.2.2 Sample Assignments
                 Assignment No.1, Assignment No.2, HWNo3, HWNo.4, HWNo.5, ProblemSet
                 Answer HW1
        a.2.3 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination
                 - Quiz No. 1, Quiz No. 2, Final Exam
        a.2.4 Seatworks
                 SW1
        a.2.5 Special Project, Term Project

A.3. Urban Transportation Planning (TRANSPL)
        a.3.1 Syllabus
        a.3.2 Assignments
                 HW-No1-LandUse-Transport,HW-Trip Generation, HW_Traffic_Assignment,
                 HW Congested Assignment
        a.3.3 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination
                 - Quiz No. 1, Quiz No. 2, Final Exam

A.4. Railway and Airport Engineering (RAILAIR)
        a.4.1 Syllabus
        a.4.2 Sample Assignments
        a.4.3 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination
                 - Quiz No.1, Quiz No.2, Final Exam

A.5. Ports and Harbors (HARBORS)
        a.5.1 Syllabus
        a.5.2 Assignments
                 - HW_No.1_Waves, HW_No.2_Seawall_Design
        a.5.3 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination
                 - Quiz No. 1, Quiz No. 2, Final Exam
                 - Solution to Quiz No. 1

A.6. Pavement Design (PAVEDES)
        a.6.1 Syllabus
        a.6.2 Sample Assignments
                 Assignment: No1, No2, No3, No4
        a.6.3 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination
                 - Quiz No. 1, Quiz No. 2, Final Exam
        a.6.4 Laboratory Exercises

B. Subjects taught in the Civil Engineering Department

B.1. Higher Surveying (SURVEY2)
        b.1.1 Topics
        b.1.2 Assignments
                 - HW No.1-Contours, HW No2, HW Subdivision of lots, HW_SubdivisionOfLots2
                 - HW Solar Observation, Problem Set
        b.1.3 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination
                 - Quiz No.1, Quiz No. 2, Quiz No. 3, Final Exam
                 - EI: Quiz No. 2 Solution Type1, Quiz No. 2 Solution Type2
                 - EH: Quiz No. 2 Solution Type 1, Quiz No. 2 Solution Type 2

B.2. Elementary Surveying (SURVEY1)
        b.2.1 Syllabus (Textbook)
        b.2.2 Topics
        b.2.3 Assignments
                 - No.1, No.2, No.3, No.4, No.5, No.6, No.7, No.8, No.9, No.10, No.11, No.12
                 Solutions to Assignments
                 - No.1,
        b.2.4 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination
                 - Quiz No.1, Quiz No.2, Quiz No.3, Final Exam
                 - Solution: Quiz No.1 (SY08-09). Quiz No.2 (SY08-09)
        b.2.5 Seatworks
                 - Seatwork
        Final Raw Score: Section EH, Section EI, Section EJ, Section EW

B.3. Highway Engineering (HIGHWAY) 
        b.3.1 Syllabus
        b.3.2 Sample Assignments
        b.3.3 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination

C. Laboratory Subjects

C.1. Elementary Surveying Laboratory (LBYCVS1)
        c.1.1 Syllabus
        c.1.2 Laboratory Exercises
        c.1.3Term Project
        Final Raw Score: Section EJ1, Section EJ2, Section EW1

C.2. Higher Surveying Laboratory (LBYCVS2)
        c.2.1 Syllabus
        c.2.2 Laboratory Exercises
        c.2.3Term Project1, Term Project2

C.3  Engineering Surveys Laboratory (LBYCVS3)
        c.3.1 Syllabus
        c.3.2 Laboratory Exercises

C.4. Transportation Engineering Laboratory (LBYCVR1)
        c.4.1 Syllabus
        c.4.2 Laboratory Exercises

D. General Engineering Subjects

D.1.Enginering Mechanics: Statics (MECHONE/MECAONE)
    
    d.1.1 Topics
        d.1.2 Sample Assignments
        d.1.3 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination

D.2. Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics (DYNAMIC)
       d.2.1 Topics
       d.2.2 Sample Assignments
       d.2.3 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination

D.3 Solid Mensuration (SOLIMEN)
       d.3.1 Topics
       d.3.2 Assignments
                Problem Sets: No1, No2, No.3, No. 4, No. 5 
                Solution to Problem Sets: No.1, No.2, No. 3, No.5
                Boardworks: No1, No2, No3, No4, No5
       d.3.4 Sample Quizzes and Final Examination

D.4Engineering Statistics (ENGSTAT)
       d.4.1 Topics
       d.4.2 Assignments
                Problem Sets: No.1, No.2, No.3, No.4, No.5
                Solution to Problem Sets:
                Term Project
       

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A.1 Highway Design and Traffic Safety (TRETRAF)

Course Description:
Highway Design and Traffic Safety is the first major subject of students specializing in Transportation Engineering (TRE). This course will introduce students to the basics of traffic engineering and safety. The topics that will be discussed in this course include: traffic engineering studies, parking and pedestrian studies, traffic and highway safety, fundamental concepts and principles of traffic flow, queuing analysis, intersection design and analysis, traffic signal timing design, analysis of transportation networks, the basics of the transportation planning process, and transportation project evaluation.

Objectives, Learning Outcomes and Value Aims

Objectives:

1. To apply the knowledge and skills in calculus and engineering statistics in traffic engineering and highway safety.
2. To develop critical thinking in the students by exposing them to practical and real life problems in traffic engineering and highway safety.
3. To learn the basic concepts, principles and theories in traffic flow which are necessary to provide the efficient movement of goods and people using the road.

Learning Outcomes:
Upon passing this course, the students will be able to:
1. Apply their knowledge and skills in calculus and engineering statistics in traffic engineering and highway safety.
2. Apply the basic concepts, principles and theories in understanding the interaction of vehicles on the road as well as pedestrians.
3. Decide and apply the appropriate statistical tool in the analysis of traffic phenomena and highway safety concerns.
4. Analyze the interaction of vehicles on the road and could provide solution to the traffic congestion problems.

Value Aims and LGP Integration:
1. To develop critical thinking and patience in the students by giving practical but challenging problems in the quizzes and exams.
2. To train the students as ethical and responsible professional civil engineers by increasing their awareness on the importance of the course in the design of structures.

Teaching Methods and Strategies

1. Lectures using the blackboard and multimedia presentations will be used to deliver the course content.
2. Homework, boardwork and seatwork on problem solving will be assigned to enhance the mastery of the basic tools of analysis.
3. Review sessions before long quizzes will be conducted to check the understanding of the students about the topics.
4. Students are encouraged to refer to internet-based tutorials and lecture notes as suggested under References to independently review the course topics.
5. In the Quizzes and Final Examination, the students must be able to:
     -Identify and explain terms and principles
     -Use correctly the appropriate equations with proper units
     -Analyze problems critically and use the necessary tools and principles to solve the problems        accurately

Requirements
1. Attendance in the lectures is required at all times. A student who is absent for more than five meetings (7.5 hours) will receive a failing grade.
2. Seatwork should be accomplished by the students independently.
3. Homework should be accomplished neatly, complete with solutions and figures and must be submitted on the given deadline. Collaborative work in homework is not discouraged but the students should complete the homework individually.
4. Three LONG QUIZZES will be given during the term.
5. A FINAL EXAMINATION will be given as the final requirement of the course.

Assessment
1. General Average. The general average of each student's grade will be computed as follows:
    -Homework and boardwork = 10%
    -Term Project = 10%
    -Average of the three long quizzes = 50%
    -Final Examination = 30%

2. Final Grade: The final grade will be determined based on the general average
           4.0: 94.0 and above
           3.5: 88.0 < 94.0
           3.0: 82.0 < 88.0
           2.5: 76.0 < 82.0
           2.0: 70.0 < 76.0
           1.5: 65.0 < 70.0
           1.0: 60.0 < 65.0
           0.0: below 60.

Textbook/References
  1. Traffic and Highway Engineering, 4th Ed., Garber, Hoel, and Sarkar, CENGAGE Learning, 2010
  2. Fundamentals of Traffic Engineering, by Ricardo G. Sigua, The University of the Philippine Press       (2008)
  3. Introduction to Transportation Engineering, 2nd Edition, by James H. Banks, McGraw-Hill       (2002)
  4. Urban Transportation Planning, A Decision-Oriented Approach, by Meyer and Miller, McGraw-       Hill (2001)

Classroom Policies
1. Attendance will be checked at all times.
2. A student who missed taking a long quiz or final examination will be given a grade of zero for the missed quiz or exam. A make-up quiz or exam will be given under exceptional cases only and upon the discretion of the department.
3. Academic dishonesty of any form will NOT be tolerated. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to: Cheating in a long quiz or final examination, the unauthorized use of intellectual property (plagiarism), and lying to an instructor or any university employee

Such actions will be penalized with a failing grade in the long quiz or final examination and with the strong possibility of course failure and referral to the Office of the Vice Dean and/or Discipline Office for disciplinary action.

Topics

WEEK

  TOPICS

1

  Course Syllabus, Introduction
  Review of Statistics
  Data Processing and Presentation as Applied to Highway Design and Traffic Safety
 
  Data Measurement, Data Presentation, Examples, Distribution Tables

2

  Traffic Engineering Studies: Spot Speed Studies, Volume Studies, Travel Time and   Delay Studies
  Example1, Example2
  Traffic Engineering Studies (Contd..)
  Parking Studies, Example3
  Pedestrian Studies

3

  Traffic and Highway Safety
  Analysis of crash data, Accident statistics, Effectiveness of safety design features
  Group Projects
  Review for Quiz No. 1
           4  LONG QUIZ #1

4-5

  Fundamental Principles of Traffic Flow
  Traffic flow elements
  Flow-density relationships
  Shockwaves in traffic streams
  Gap and gap acceptance

6

  Introduction to Queuing Theory
  Deterministic analysis of queues
  Stochastic analyses of queues

7

  Intersection Control
  General concepts
  Types of intersection control
  Signal timing

8

  Review for Long Quiz No. 2
  LONG QUIZ #2

9

  Introduction to Operations Research (OR)
  - Linear Programming
  The Simplex Method
  - Minimization and Maximization Problems

10

  Application of OR in Transportation
  - Transportation networks, Minimum path, Shortest path
  - Maximal flow problem, The transportation problem 

11

  The Traveling Salesman Problem
  Review for Long Quiz No. 3

12

  LONG QUIZ #3
  Group Report Presentation

13

  Group Report Presentation
  Synopsis and Review for the Final Examination

14

  Final Examination

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A.2 Transportation Engineering (CIVTREN)

Course Description:
The course deals with transportation systems engineering and planning, land use and transportation interaction, urban transportation planning studies, trip generation analysis, trip distribution analysis, modal split analysis, traffic assignment and transport forecasting.

Outcomes-Based Course Syllabus

Course Title and Code: Transportation Engineering (CIVTREN)
Prerequisites: Highway Engineering (CIVHWAY) and Engineering Probability and Statistics (ENGSTAT)
Co-requisite: Transportation Engineering Laboratory (LBYCVR1)
No. of Units/Hours: 2 units/ 2 lecture hours per week

Objectives, Learning Outcomes and Value Aims:

Objectives
1. To introduce the students to the field of transportation engineering, planning, and management by providingg an overview of transportation systems characteristics, hierarchies and classifcation.
2. To illustrate the interdependence between land use and transportation and provide a working knowledge of the underlying concepts behind the relationship.
3. To demonstrate the organization and philosophy behind long-range transportation planning methodologies.
4. To enable the students to acquire a working knowledge of transportation project evaluation and policy analysis.

Learning Outcomes
Upon satisfactory completion of this course, the student will be able to:
1. Explain the philosophy and concept behind transportation planning and engineering.
2. Acquire a working knowledge of the relationship between land use and transportation planning through model development and its real life applications.
3. Develop and apply the transportation planning methodologies and its impact in the long range planning of urban areas.
4. Estimate and evaluate the short- and long-term impacts of transportation projects and infrastructures in the planning of cities and regions.

Value Aims and LGP Integration
1. To develop critical thinking and patience in the students by exposing them to rigorous problem solving and analysis in the quizzes and exams.
2. To train the students as ethical and responsible professional engineers by increasing awareness on the importance of the course in the planning of the transport infrastructures of cities and regions.

Topics and Schedule

Teaching Methods and Strategies
1. Lectures using the blackboard and multimedia presentations will be used to deliver the course content.
2. Problem sets, homeworks, and seatworks, on problem solving will be assigned to enhance the mastery of the basic concepts in transportation engineering.
3. Review sessions before long quizzes will be conducted to check the understanding of students about the topics.
4. Students are encourage to refer to the website http://mysite.dlsu.edu.ph/facutly/fillonea
5. In the long Quizzes and Final Examination, tje students must be able to:
    - Identify and explain terms and principles of transportation planning and engineering
    - Use correctly the appropriate equations with proper units
    - Analyze problems critically and use the necessary tools and principles to solve the problem        accurately

Requirements
1. Attendance in the lectures is required at all times. A student who is absent for more than five times (5 hours) will receive a failing grade.
2. Seatwork should be accomplished by the students independently. No make up for seatworks.
3. Homework and Problem Sets should be accomplished neatly, complete with solutions and figures and must be submitted on the set deadline. Collaborative work in homework is not discouraged but the students should complete the homework individually.
4. Two Long Quizzes will be given during the term.
5. A Final Exam will be given as the final requirement of the course.

Assessment
1. General Average. The general average of each student's grade will be computed as follows:

Problem Sets, Seatworks, and Homeworks

20%

Average of the two long Quizzes

50%

Final Examination

30%

Total

100%

2. Final Grade. The final grade will be determined based on the general average:

Grade

Range of Final Raw Score

4.0

94.0 and above

3.5

88.0 < 94

3.0

82.0 < 88

2.5

76.0 < 82

2.0

70.0 < 76

1.5

65.0 < 70

1.0

60.0 < 65

0.0

below 60.0

Text
Modelling Transport (3rd Edition), Juan de Dios Ortuzar and Luis G. Willumsen, 2001, Wiley

References
1. Transportation Engineering An Introduction, 3rd Edition, C. Jotin Khisty and B. Kent Lall, 2003, Prentice Hall
2. Traffic and Highway Engineering, 4th and SI Edition, Nicholas J. Garber and Lester A. Hoel, 2010, GENGAGE Learning

Classroom Policies
1. Attendance will be checked at all times.
2. A student who missed taking a long QUIZ or Final Examination will be given a grade of zero for the missed quiz or exam. A make-up quiz or exam will be given under exceptional cases only and upon the discretion of the department.
3. Academic dishonesty of any form will not be tolerated. Academic dishonesty includes, but it is not limited to:
    - Cheating in a long Quiz or Final Exa (Copying's somebody's work or letting somebody copy your        work)
    - The unauthorized use of intellectual property (Plagiarism)
    - Lying to an instructor or any university employee
Such actions will be penalized with a failing grade in the long Quiz or Final Exam and with the strog possibility of course failure and referral to the Office of the Vice Dean and/or Discipline Office for disciplinary action.

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A.3 Urban Transportation Planningand Engineering (TRANSPL)

This course follows the traditional four-step urban transport planning which include - trip generation, trip distribution, modal split analysis, and traffic assignment. Trip Generation pertains to the understanding of where person trips are produced (trip production) and attracted (trip attraction) and include such topics as uniform growth factor method, cross classification/categorical analysis and regression analysis. In Trip Distribution, this pertains to where the person trips are distributed in each and every zone of the study area and the topics include the uniform growth factor method, the fratar model and gravity model. Modal split analysis considers the type of modes being used during travel. Usually trips are basically divided into public and private modes and such models as logit choice analysis is being used. In Traffic Assignment, the trips are then assigned to the road network and the simplest methods used are the shortest path algorithms considering the distance or travel time. Furthermore other topics included are travel demand management and public transportation systems.

WEEK NO.

TOPICS

1

 Class Policies; Planning Process; Introduction to Urban Transportation Planning and Engineering

2

 Land Use and Transportation Interaction

3

 The Urban Transportation Planning Process; Network and Zones; Trip Production

4

 Trip Generation and Attraction, Ex1, Ex2,Ex3

5

 Trip Distribution, Ex1, Ex2
  QUIZ NO. 1

6

 Modal Split Analysis, Ex1,

7

 Discrete Choice Modeling; Multinomial Logit; Nested Logit, Ex1,

8

 Traffic Assignment, Wardrop's Principle, Ex1, Ex2
 Flows in Networks, Modal Split-Traffic Assigment

9

 Traffic Assignment (Cont'd)
 Congested Assignment
 

 QUIZ NO. 2

10

 Application of Urban Transportation Planning Process

11

 Dis-aggregate Choice Modeling; Activity-based Transportation Planning Process

12

 Urban Public Transportation Systems; Travel Demand Management

13

 Course Wrap Up
  FINAL EXAMINATION

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B.1 Higher Surveying (SURVEY2)

B.2 Elementary Surveying (SURVEY1)

 

C.1. Elementary Surveying Laboratory (LBYCVS1)
      

C.2. Higher Surveying Laboratory (LBYCVS2)
      

C.3  Engineering Surveys Laboratory (LBYCVS3)
       
Laboratory Exercisesh

 

.4. Transportation Engineering Laboratory (LBYCVR1)
       
    1       Introduction
    2       Developing the Urban Road Network (Nodes, links, and centroids)
    3       Developing the Transit Lines
    4       Developing the O-D Demand Using the Disaggregate Model
    5       Running the O-D Demand using the Trip Matrix Builder
    6       Running the Matrix Manipulator
    7       Trip Assignment: Incremental Assignment
    8       Trip Assignment: User Equilibrium Assignment
    9       Trip Assignment: Combined Modal Split and Assignment Model
  10       Transit Assignment
  11       The Use of the Intersection Analyzer
  12       Practical Examination
  13       Project Submission and Course Wrap Up

V. Teaching Methods and Strategies

1. Hands-on laboratory exercises about the step-by-step usage and application of the UTP software.
2. Lecture sessions on how to use the UTP software using the chalk and blackboard as well as powerpoint presentations of how to use of the UTP software.
3. Students are encouraged to refer to the website http://mysite.dlsu.edu.ph/faculty/fillonea

VI. Requirements
1. Attendance in the laboratory class is required at all times. A student who is absent for more than two meetings (6 hours) will receive a failing grade. The student who missed a laboratory class has to work during his/her extra period to cope up with the miss laboratory exercise.
2. Laboratory Reports should be accomplished neatly following the required format, complete with solutions and figures and must be submitted on the set deadline.
3. A Final Practical Exam will be given as the final requirement of the course.

VII. Assessment

1. General Average: The general average of each student's grade will be computed as follows:

    - Laboratory Exercises                        =    70%
    - Overall Laboratory Report/Project    =    20%
    - Final Practical Exam                          =    10%
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       Total                                                 = 100%

2. Final Grade: The final grade will be determined based on the general average:

     4.0 : 94.0 and above
     3.5 : 88.0 < 94
     3.0 : 82.0 < 88
     2.5 : 76.0 < 82
     2.0 : 70.0 < 76
     1.5 : 65.0 < 70
     1.0 : 60.0 < 65
     0.0 : below 60.0

VIII. Manual

System for Traffic Demand Analysis (JICA STRADA), Version 3.0, User's Manual

IX. References

(1) Modelling Transport (3rd Edition), Juan de Dios Ortuzar and Luis G. Willumsen, 2001, Wiley
(2) Transportation Engineering An Introduction, 3rd Edition, C. Jotin Khisty and B. Kent Lall, 2003, Prentice Hall
(3) Traffic and Highway Engineering, 4th and SI Edition, Nicholas J. Garber and Lester A. Hoel, 2010, CENGAGE Learning

X. Classroom Policies

1. Attendance will be checked at all times.
2. A student who missed a Laboratory exercise has to make up during his/her extra time the missed laboratory exercise.
3. Academic dishonesty of any form will NOT be tolerated. Academic dishonesty includes, but it is not limited to:
" The unauthorized used of intellectual property (plagiarism)
" Lying to an instructor or any university employee.
Such actions will be penalized with a failing grade and with the strong possibility of course failure and referral to the Office of the Vice Dean and/or Discipline Office for disciplinary action.

Prepared by AMF - September 2011

D.1 Engineering Mechanics: Statics (MECHONE/MECAONE)

Course Description: The course covers the study of forces, their components and resultant; fundamental principles of mechanics applied to engineering problems; equilibrium of forces on rigid bodies; trusses, frames, and beams; friction; centroids and moment of inertia; and vector representation.

General Objectives: At the end of the course, the students must be able to:
   1. Identify and apply fundamental concepts and principles in Statics.
   2. Demonstrate the ability to formulate a systematic approach in the solution of problems in Statics.
   3. Manifest a logical and orderly process of thinking characteristics of an engineer.

Value Aims:
   1. To develop a passion for academic excellence through the pursuit of a deeper understanding of        the concepts in class.
   2. To develop honesty and integrity in every student as manifested in the solutions to examinations        and assignments.
   3. To develop awareness of the social and moral responsibility of students as future professional        engineers.

Materials:
   Required Textbook: Engineering Mechanics 1, 1st edition
                                  Edited by Romeo A. Estanero, PhD., DLSU-Manila Press, 2002
   References:
   1. Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics, 3rd Edition by Ferdinand Singer, Harper Collins        Publishers
   2. Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics by Ferdinand Beer and Russell Johnston, Jr., McGraw        Hill Publishing, 1996
   3. Engineering Mechanics: Statics, 4th Edition by Irving Shames, Prentice Hall, 1997
       (The students are encouraged to review all available books on the subject.)

Policies:
   1. Grading System: Passing grade = 60%
                                 Quiz Average = 60%
                                 Final Examination = 40%
   2. Absences: Maximum number of allowed absences = 7.5 hours
   3. Missed Quizzes: Giving of make-up quizzes/exams is under the discretion of the Civil Engineering        Department

Scope and Sequence:

Week

Section

Topics

1

1.1-1.6

Fundamental Concepts
   - Course Introduction
   - Definition of terms
   - Coplanar components

2

1.7

Types of Coplanar Forces Systems
   - Moment of a force
   - Varignon's Theorem

3

2.1-2.3

Resultant of Forces Systems
   - Resultant of coplanar force system
   - Resultant of spatial force system

4

3.1-3.9

Equilibrium
   - Free Body Diagram
   - Equations of equilibrium
   - Solutions of problems in equilibrium
     Examples
QUIZ NO. 1

5

4.1-4.4

Analysis of Structures
   - Types of structures
   - Support condition
   - Statically determinate structures
   - Statically indeterminate structures

6

4.5

Analysis of Plane Trusses
   - Method of joints
   - Method of sections
     Examples, Examples1

7

4.6

Analysis of Pin-jointed Frames
   Notes
   - Method of members
QUIZ NO. 2

8

5.1-5.4

Friction
   - Dry Friction and Coefficient of friction
   - Angle of friction
   - Applications

9

6.1-6.5

Centroids and Centers of Gravity
   Notes
   - Center of gravity of a 2-dimensional body
   - Centroids of areas and lines
   - Centroids by integration
   - Centroids of composite bodies   

ADMISSIONS POLICY

DLSZ is a Catholic school. Non-Catholics are admitted provided they participate in all religious activities that are required of the students. No exemption shall be granted by reason of membership in or affiliation with a different religion.

A student’s application will be given due course when the student-applicant meets all the academic requirements and has none of the disqualification prescribed by the School, the Department of Education 2010 Revised Manual of Regulations for Private Schools in Basic Education and the DLSZ Student Handbook as amended and such other rules promulgated by the School.

The school reserves the right at any time to refuse, to admit, or to re-admit students under certain conditions as enrolment in DLSZ is a privilege.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • The applicant must have a general average of at least 85% with no grade lower than 80% in any subject and in conduct during any grading period.
  • Former DLSZ students who left without conditions and have been out for at least 2 years are classified as transferees when they come back and must undergo the usual procedure for application.

APPLICATION SCHEDULE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019

For Grades 1-6

Mondays to Fridays – 7:30 AM to 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM; Registrar’s Office, Basement, St. La Salle Building

OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE FOR INCOMING GRADE ONE PARENTS AND STUDENTS:

Date: January 13, 2018

Time: 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Venue: Lower Grades Learning Resource Center

REQUIREMENTS

Documents to be submitted to the Admissions/Institutional Assessment Office:

  1. Two (2) recent 2 × 2photos with complete name of the student to be printed at the back of each picture (close up, white background);
  2. Original copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (formerly National Statistics Office);
  3. Photocopy of Report Cards with Learner Reference Number (LRN) from, at least, the last three school years (if applicable) up to the present level or Certified True Copy of the Student’s Permanent Record (Form 137) marked “for evaluation purposes only”;
  4. Grade School Recommendation Form to be accomplished by the adviser/school counselor;
  5. Photocopy of Philippine Passport Information page (if applicant is transferring from a school overseas);
  6. Photocopy of Baptismal Certificate (for Catholics);
  7. Certification from Ayala Alabang Village Association (AAVA), if applicant is a resident of Ayala Alabang Village; and
  8. Proof if parent is an alumnus/alumna of ANY De La Salle school.

For Foreign Students (in addition to the above-mentioned documents):

  1. Photocopy of Birth Certificate from the Office of the Civil Registry of the respective country of birth, translated into English, or Embassy Certification of birth details;
  2. Photocopy of Alien Certificate of Registration I – card issued by the Bureau of Immigration;
  3. Photocopy of Passport Information and current visa page;
  4. Photocopy of Identification Certificate as Filipino Citizen issued by the Bureau of Immigration (for applicants with dual citizenship); and
  5. Final Report Cards from Pre-Kinder up to the most recent level of schooling. A description of the different subjects must be included.

All submitted documents in compliance with the entrance examination requirements shall become property of DLSZ, and are not to be returned to the applicant.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

All applications must be done online

  1. Fill out the Application Form here and then click Submit. Print out Confirmation Slip.
  2. Submit Confirmation Slip to the Admissions Office together with the required documents. Bring original documents for verification. All documents required for submission must be arranged in the order as listed in the Checklist of Application/Enrollment Requirementsand compiled in a legal size (8 ½ in x 14 in) folder.
  3. Pay the Application Fee at the Accounting Office (PhP 700.00 for Filipinos or US$ 75.00 for foreign students).
  4. Present the Application Fee receipt to the Admissions personnel to secure the test permit.
  5. Test Permit will be given after complying with the requirements and procedures.

ONLY APPLICANTS WHO HAVE SUBMITTED COMPLETE REQUIREMENTS WILL BE GIVEN A TEST PERMIT.

TESTING GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES FOR GRADE ONE

RELEASE OF TEST RESULTS

Test Results are available online via Application Result.

  1. Telephone inquiries regarding the test results will NOT be entertained.
  2. Parents of accepted applicants should confirm enrollment on the dates indicated in the acceptance letter.

PROCEDURE FOR CONFIRMATION OF ENROLLMENT

  1. Pay the Development Fee (PhP 50,000.00 for Filipinos or US$ 2,000.00 for foreign students) at the Accounting Office. This is a non-refundable payment made upon confirmation of enrollment. (Only Filipino students, however, are given an option to pay in two installments: PhP 25,000.00 is paid upon confirmation of enrollment; the remaining PhP 25,000.00 will be paid before the school year ends.)
  2. Submit the accomplished Development Fee Form and official receipt of Development Fee payment to Admissions Office.

FAILURE TO CONFIRM YOUR CHILD’S ENROLLMENT WITHIN THE GIVEN TIME FRAME MAY FORFEIT HIS/HER ADMISSION TO DE LASALLE SANTIAGO ZOBEL SCHOOL.

ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS

Documents to be submitted to the Admissions Office upon enrollment:

  1. Original Final Report Card of the current level signed by the School Head/Registrar which indicates the level completed and the level the student is eligible for admission to; and
  2. Certified True Copy of the following, if applicable:

Grade 1 transferee:Kindergarten Certificate of Completion with LRN

3. Authenticated academic records (Transcript of Records, Certificate/Diploma, and Report Card) of the student executed by the Philippine Embassy in the originating country (if the applicant is transferring from a school overseas).

Additional payments which may be required upon enrollment aside from the Tuition and Other Fees:

  1. Upon recommendation by the Admissions Board or the Filipino Subject Area Coordinator, a student may be required to attend a Special Filipino Class and will be charged PhP10,000.00.
  2. Foreign students required by the Bureau of Immigration to apply for a Special Study Permit will be charged PhP 7,500.00.

To complete the enrollment process, please register in the DLSZ Campus Connect SMS Service. 

For inquiries, you may visit the Admissions Office located at the Basement of St. La Salle Building, Mondays to Fridays, from 7:30 AM to 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM or you may call at 771-3579 local 712.

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