Enrollment System

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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION AND ITS BACKGROUND
INTRODUCTION
Computerization involves the process of taking activities or tasks not previously done on the computer and shifting them to being done on the computer. It can result in a system with well-integrated processes that can perform much faster and more accurate than a manual system. Computerized System can reduce human errors and processing time, and also it can boost productivity and resulted into high quality of product produce. Enrollment is the process of entering and verifying data of student to register on a particular school. Enrollment System is a good example of a computer generated process. This can lessen the workload and provides accurate information needed of the school. As a result, it will benefit not only the student but also the administration as a whole. Enrollment system is a system designed to perform the process involved in registration, advising, assessments, and payments of students as well as scheduling of classes. It is very essential in school. Enrollment system is the way the enrollment takes place for education or anything else that needs enrollment done. An enrolment system provides an organized way of registering students. It avoids mix-up and confusion. It saves time and effort and minimizes paper use. It provides a secured way of keeping a database of enrollees, especially if you have a great security and backup system provided with the enrollment system.

In the case of IMUS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, they used a manual system in recording and retrieving student information. Even the payment of student tuition fee, they only used record sheet. Above the researcher observation, all their transaction related to enrollment of students was done by using record book/record sheet. As a result, this may cause errors and redundancy of data resulting troubles on enrollment. 1.2.0: IMUS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY

A vision of having built a barrio high school might have been through the idea of engineer Luciano Sarne. It happened sometimes in 1969 that the teachers of Bukandala Elementary School notice the vast increase in number of school going age population of Bukandala. It was decided the high School building be established just within the compound of the Elementary school because there was no available fund for the school site. Upon signing and approval of a barrio resolution passed by then Bo, Capt. Florencio Barzaga, the PTA President and Engineer Luciano Sarne, the first public secondary school in Imus was established in 1971 with initial four classrooms and library. Salaries of teachers were locally funded through the miscellaneous and monthly tuition fees collected from the enrollees and a minimal financial support by the National Aid Fund.

Mr. Teofilo Bartolome, principal of elementary school acted as Assistant Principal of the high school with three secondary faculty members. Engineers Sarne, some barrio and school officials conducted the preliminary activities at the school on its first year of existence with an initial enrollment of 39 first year students only. Because of their determination and enthusiasm to had helped and accommodate the poor students not only in Bukandala but also its nearby barrios, some residents branded them as “The builders of Bukandala Barrio High School”. In 1972, the student’s population raised to 121 first to third year levels only which is more than triple the number of the previous year.

When Mr. Bartolome was transferred to another school, Mrs. Crispina D. Suarez succeeded him and managed boundary both the elementary and high school. She acted as Asst. Principal to 434 student population and 12 secondary teachers from SY 1976-1977 up to the time when a full time high school principal was designated to the school in the person of Mrs. Nelda G. Dator on February 1, 1981.

During that time because of the continuing increase of enrollment, the local officials headed by Barangay Captain Sotero A. dela...
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