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We are now accepting college and senior high school students.

Schedule your exams now!

  1. Application and examination is done online.
  2.  Passing the examination is not the only sole basis for admission to some cases. The admissions department will be randomly pick applicants that require additional entry assessment in the form of an interview. 
  3. The following are grounds for disqualification, forfeiture of slot, and/or debarment:
    >  Misrepresentation of information entered in the application form.
     >  Violation of the application instructions
     >  Non-submission of documents on time to confirm one’s enrollment, if qualified 
     >  Submission of missing, incomplete, or false documents
     > Failing to attend the scheduled exam date for 3 times.
  4. Feel free to email us at for any question or clarification.
  1. Click on Schedule Your Exams Here
  2. Choose your desired date and time of examinations. Only 20 applicants per time period, if error occurred, kindly pick a new time or date.
  3. After filling out the form, the admissions department will call the applicant to confirm the said schedule. 
  4. You may start submitting your requirements to


5. Deadline of submissions of requirements will be upon enrollment. Incomplete requirements will delay your enrollment.

1. Applying students must have the following;

• Gmail account for general instructions and results of the exam.

• Applicants must have two devices: A personal computer with webcam, laptop or mobile devices such as smartphone, tablet or iPad. They will use the first one to share their screen while they take the exam. The second one is for the proctor to see and hear them so they must open their camera and unmute their microphone while they take the exam.

• Stable Internet connection.

2. AMT and SHS Applicants must join the google meet with the link provided by their exam proctor.

3. Students will be answering a student information form given by the proctor of the exam.

4. Exams will be taken simultaneously by all of the examinee on each schedule. 

5. Only limited time to each type of examination will be given

• Written Exam – 60 minutes
• Practical Exam – 30 minutes
• Applicants Personal Statements – 30 minutes

6. If applicants will experience technical issues during the examination period, three attempts will be given and if still problem occurs, optional methods will be introduced to them.

7. Results will be given via email 3 to 5 working days prior to their examination date.

8. Passing applicants should present all the requirements to the office before having the admission complete.

9. Non-passing students will contacted by the school to give further instructions.

1.Form 138 Junior High School Card or ALS Card and Certificate
2.Certificate o f Good Moral
3.Original PSA copy of Birth Certificate 
4. Latest 2 pieces of colored 2×2 and 1×1 picture

1.S.H.S. Card (Any Strand)
2.Cert. Of Good Moral
3.Photocopy of Birth Cert.
4. 2pcs 2×2 and 1×1 picture (colored)

1.Transcript of Records
2.Cert. Of Good Moral
3.Photocopy of Birth Cert.
4. 2pcs 2×2 and 1×1 picture (colored)
5.Honorable Dismissal

  1. Should my Senior High School Track/Strand be aligned to the program I am applying for?

An applicant may apply to any program regardless of their Senior High School (SHS) track or strand. Applicants who graduated with the different strand and from other school, will undergo bridging program for the month of May, June or July.

The course will cover specialized subjects that is currently included in our Aviation Senior High School, which is credited in our Aviation Maintenance Course.

2. What grades are needed for the application?

The admissions will look into your performance in the last 2 academic years.  For college applicants, all your Grade 10 and Grade 11 grades are required. For Senior High School applicants, all your Grade 8 and Grade 9 grades are required.

3. What are the technology requirements?

Students will need to have an internet connection during online classes. An iPad with the latest IOS is recommended to access the books, other references, and to monitor the student’s progress in real time. During an examination, the students need to be seen in the camera and the gadget or electronic device they are going to use in the examination. 

4. What is the delivery mode? 

The program will be delivered in the combination of online and onsite campus learning. While lecture classes will be done online, the laboratory classes is 70% home-based and 30% onsite assessments. 

Instructors will notify the students about their schedule of onsite laboratory assessment. 

As part of our safety protocols, we have placed safety measures to ensure everyone’s health and well-being. Our Safety Department has scheduled disinfection to classrooms, work areas, and hangar area and additional means of contact tracing and policies in accordance to the minimum health standards of the Inter-Agency Task Force Against Covid 19 (IATF). Please refer to the school’s website about our safety protocols. 


5. What if I am working, what is the possible class schedule?
The student who is working and would like to continue the BS degree program can enroll as a regular student or an irregular student. As a regular student, he or she abides to the class schedule available. If the student is an irregular student, night classes is preferred in which the student can only enroll 2 to 4 subjects in one trimester. The student shall submit a certificate of employment for evaluation and approval of the Academic Head.


The application for College and Senior High School is open.
College: January 12, 2022 – July 15, 2022Senior High School: January 12, 2022 – July 15, 2022