1.1 Background of the Study
Guidance is defined as the process of helping individuals through their own efforts to discover and develop their potentialities both for personal happiness and social usefulness. Students are experiencing dilemmas such as encountering challenges beyond their school careers. In the way that students adapt, change and grow through the process of learning from outcomes and mistakes, guidance counseling must work in a way that it must assess the student’s outcomes in order to better guide them. The Colegio de San Bartolome De Novaliches first started from Pre-school Department opened in June 1995 with only 12 enrollees at the old site. Due to its remarkable development, Reverend Monsignor Anselmo P. Pamintuan envisioned of putting up the Elementary Department. In June 1996, the Elementary Department started to operate with 250 enrollees. During the mid-year of 1996, the school was housed in the basement of the new church to accommodate all the pupils. In the summer of 1997, a single-floor building with 5 classrooms was built to house the High School Department. The School was recognized by the Department of Education in August 2001 to offer both a pre-school and a complete elementary course. Fr. Albert N. Delvo appointed in the year 2003, worked intently which eventually resulted to CSBN’s complete Secondary Course recognized by the government. Rev. Fr. Victor Emmanuel took over both the parish and the school from July 2004 up to the year 2007. It was during his term that a modest office building was added for the administrative needs of the school. In October of 2009, the CSBN community witnessed the ground breaking construction of a new four-storey building which was inaugurated and blessed on March 8 2010. The new school building was used for the first time during the academic year 2010-2011 Guidance Monitoring System is an advance and computerized method of monitoring and evaluating students’ outcomes. It provides...
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