Senior High School
We envision Lorma Colleges as an educational Institution with a global perspective emphasizing quality, Christian values, and leadership skills relevant to national development.
To empower students for service anywhere in the world through Christian-inspired, quality driven, and service-oriented education and training.
Making the curriculum relevant to learners and nurturing the holistically developed learner, LORMA Colleges Senior High aims to give the best possible tools and career choices through an enhanced curriculum. Likewise, graduating from the Senior High School may lead to employment, entrepreneurship, middle level skills development and higher education. However, there are still knowledge and skills that are expected to be learned from subjects that needed to be studied including competencies to be achieved prior to graduation. Thus, the need to offer globally responsive curriculum.
Anchored in the DepEd’s Enhanced K-12 Basic Education Program, LORMA Colleges Senior High School graduates are expected to be provided with sufficient time for mastery of concepts and skills, to be developed as lifelong lifewide learners, and to be prepared graduates for the world. Specifically, LCSHS graduates should be able to:
acquire mastery of basic competencies, knowledge, skills, attitudes and values to meet the demands of the 21st century;
be more emotionally and psychologically mature for responsibilities in higher education, in the workplace, or in the competitive world;
be socially aware, pro-active, involved in public and civic affairs;
be adequately and academically prepared for the world of work or entrepreneurship or higher education;
be legally employable or recognized as entrepreneurs with potential for better earnings;
be globally competitive; and,
be recognized as duly qualified university graduate or post-graduate students as required in the Bologna Accord (see DepEd, 2010).
Every graduate of the Enhanced K to 12 Basic Education Program is an empowered individual who has learned, through a program that is rooted on sound educational principles and geared towards excellence, the foundations for learning throughout life, the competence to engage in work and be productive, the ability to co-exist in fruitful harmony with local and global communities, the capability to engage in autonomous critical thinking, and the capacity to transform others and one’s self.
LORMA Colleges Senior High School offers enhanced curricular programs that are flexible with its customized alignment to international standards, beyond the minimum requirements, aligned to college degrees, and with competitive teaching force. These dynamic curricular offerings were carefully reviewed and sequenced to address curriculum lapses, pre-requisite and co-requisite requirements.
These programs include:
Accountancy and Business Management Strand (ABM)
ABM provides adequate training for those who are inclined to pursue careers in entrepreneurship, banking, accountancy, finance and management in the corporate setting and in the tourism and hotel and restaurant industries while equipping the students with z, numeracy and literacy skills necessary to meet the competencies and demands of the globally competitive market.
Humanities and Social Sciences Strand (HUMSS)
HUMSS is designed to equip the learners with critical thinking, research and literacy skills pertinent to social and cultural work and other pursuits in the field of the liberal arts.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Strand (STEM)
STEM offers the needed academic grounding for those who intend to pursue tertiary programs that are geared towards the physical sciences, mathematics, engineering and technology and be able to contribute to the fields of scientific and technological investigation.
Health Allied Strand (HAS) under STEM
Learners who dream of embarking on a profession that addresses concerns on health and wellness should take the Health Allied Strand. This strand, which is still under the STEM Strand, equips learners with core competencies as well as specialized skills in the life sciences, thereby providing adequate preparation for their eventual admission in paramedical tertiary programs.
Technical-Vocational Livelihood (TVL)
TVL Strands include Computer Systems Servicing (NC II), Computer Programming (NC IV), Consumer Electronics Product Assembly and Servicing (NC II), Animation (NC II), Medical Transcription (NC II) under ICT Strand and Consumer Electronics Servicing (NC II) under Industrial Arts Strand. Like the other strands, it aimed to equip all learner’s technical literacy of students to carry out ICT-related tasks and for middle skills development.
Elizabeth R. Camara, LPT, MaEd
Director, Basic Education Schools
Moving forward in 2022, while we continue to be vigilant against COVID-19 and observe safe management measures, the focus of the Basic Education Schools (BES) is to continue its best efforts to provide quality education and school experience for all the students.
We further built our systems around our already-cloud-based academic program to deliver high-quality remote learning. Supports and adaptations were made to the schedule, grading system, student engagement, parent engagement, as well as aspects of school culture and social-emotional supports. We created a schedule of Zoom/Google meetings that encompass instruction as well as check-ins. Attendance for our FlexOn learning has been strong, with approximately 80% attendance in classes. We continue to reach out to students to increase attendance. Teachers created a chart in Google Forms to track assignments and task completion. Parents are allowed to have access so they can monitor the progress of their children. Our online assessment systems have continued, and pre-school to Grade 2 have been administering one-on-one assessments as best as possible. If guidelines allow, we are considering one-on-one in-person assessments in April to best assess our younger students.
Our FlexOn and Hyflex modalities will accelerate learning through appropriate digital tools. We will forge ahead to realize our school’s vision of developing our students to be globally competitive for a constantly changing world through a forward-looking, balanced and holistic Lorma education, a vibrant learning community with a caring culture, close collaboration with our parents and continuous Faculty and Staff professional development.
Our instructional program anchors on the FlexOn-L.O.R.M.A. (Learner-Centered, Organized, Relevant, Mission Driven, Adaptable) framework for STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics), integrated and assessed learning.
Our BES Students learn through structured and guided inquiry, student centered-FlexOn technology and interdisciplinary instruction. Reading and research practice, arts, math and social and emotional learning are woven into STREAM-Centric Curriculum, which is designed to help our students learn academically, socially and emotionally through a framework that provides opportunities to develop resilience, practice leadership and communication, explore careers and ultimately grow into globally competent citizens.
Lorma Basic Education Schools is a leader in future-ready learning, fundamentally rooted in our competency-based and collaborative high school immersion programs with increased technology to enhance learning. Career connections, as well as exposure to working professionals, further relate our students to their own learning and their future.
Our students have done well in many STREAM competitions such as Shell STEM challenge, Math Olympiad, APEC International Collaborative Learning Program, Fully Residential Schools International Symposium (FRSIS), Po Leung Kuk International Arts and Design Competition, Saint Mark’s International Online Arts Competition, National and International Robotics Competition, National and International Research Acceptance and Presentations, National and International Archery and Swimming Competitions, Academic Quizbees, Literary Festivals, Children’s Museum and Library Incorporated (CMLI) academic, leadership, talents and search Festivals, Regional and National Schools Press Conference (Journalism), Outstanding Student Journalists and Athletes, ASEAN Youth cultural, and language and leadership camps, debate competitions, among others.
The school also puts a strong emphasis on values education through its Christian Values Education Curriculum and Christian Life program. Daily structured bible verse reading and monthly convocations are held to promote school values.
The school is committed to ensuring that all students receive the best support to learn and grow.
The cyber wellness program is placed under the Student Welfare Services and Activities Office (SWSA-O) to focus more on appropriate behavior in cyberspace. The school has also embarked on the Lorma Inclusive Learning Institute (LILI) to mainstream students with exceptional needs in a flexible learning environment that optimizes their potential for holistic development.
The community service program of the school aims to inspire students to make a difference in the community through its service-in-action framework which is led by the Supreme Pupil/Student Government. Group of students embark on various school-wide projects every year to serve the community.
The school is perpetually committed to providing the best possible educational program to our students. We believe that there are numerous opportunities, both within our curricula and through extra-curricular activities for our students to gain the skills that will allow them to be successful in their lives after their basic education schools experience.
Basic Education Schools at a Glance:
Highest Accreditation Status in all BES Programs
Pre-School (Level 2)
Elem (Level 3)
HS (Level 3)
PEAC’s Rethinking Education, Championing and Accelerating School Transformation (RECAST) 2021-2022 National Awardee for innovative delivery of online learning.
Advanced Health Allied Subjects in partnership with Lorma Colleges Health Allied Programs
Foreign Languages in the HS Curriculum
STREAM–Centric Curriculum and Inter-disciplinary instruction (Science, Technology, Reading/Research, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics)
Extensive service-Learning Program/Immersion
Computer Skill Development in Networking, Coding/Programming, Productivity Tools Applications and Webpage and Games Design/Development
Journalism and Video production, yearbook production and multimedia arts
Physical Education Program promoting lifetime fitness activities
3 Digital Labs for student use in writing, business, and computer classes
Encore Program for inclusive education
3 Hyflex Libraries
Strong Academic Technology Support
Student Assistance Program (SAP) for students at risk in various areas
Student Welfare, Services, Activities (SWSA) office to assist with student enrollment, scheduling, career exploration, co and extra co-curricular choices, at-risk students, and students with attendance issues.
Socio-emotional and mental wellness
Lorma Care Circles
Annual School Intramurals and Lormayam (Lorma-ayayam)
School Festivals (arts, musical, cultural and heritage, sports, literary)
Foreign Language Club
Computer and Robotics Club
ASEAN Youth Camps
Opportunities for Student Leadership including Supreme Pupil/Student Government
Service Projects such as Adopt a Staff program, handog pamasko, toy and tsinelas drive, Donate a book Program, Literacy and Digital Skills extension program, Musika-lan sa paaralan and storytelling to DepEd schools.
Volunteering Programs: Coastal Clean-up, Grow a community garden program, National disaster response program, affiliation with Elyunited Youth.
With a committed staff, determined students, and supportive parents and stakeholders, we are confident that Lorma-BES will continue to thrive with optimism, and we look forward to more good years ahead and embrace all the challenges with confidence.
Tuition & Fees
**DISCLAIMER: Tuition and Fees above can be used as a reference. Tuition and Fees may vary depending on number of units enrolled and may be subject to final assessment through the system.