To mold the students to become well-rounded individuals with great minds and character as members of the society
and to inspire them with a lifelong love of learning, challenging and rigorous curriculum, and empowering them
with global competitive skills.
Saint Joseph Institute of Technology, Basic Education envisioned to become a dynamic and progressive Basic
Education that holistically developed independent lifelong learners with 21st century skills in Caraga Region in
particular and in the Philippines in general.
DR. LETICIA C. SALAS
PROF. NICOLE JOY C. SALAS
Senior Vice President/VPA
DR. FERNANDO T. HERRERA
Vice President for Academic, Research & Extension
1. PUPIL GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND STUDENT BODY ORGANIZATION
2. MATH AND SCIENCE CLUB
3. JOSEPHIANS` SCRIBES
4. POP DEV CLUB
5. DRUM AND LYRE CORPS
6. SPORTS CLUB
7. THEATER ARTS CLUB
8. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
For security measures, visitors entering the campus must write their names, purpose/s on
the log book. They should present identification card to the guard on duty.
The library is the heart of the school. It is considered the learning resource center. Students are advised to
make full use of its services for development.
Library orientation on the rules and library instructions on how to make use of the library facilities and
resources is given during the orientation program at the beginning of the school year.
The medical and dental services include consultation, physical examination, and giving of common medicines.
Pupils/Students have the responsibility to submit themselves for regular, physical and dental examination at
The school provides two physicians, 2 dentists, and 2 nurses. Medical and dental fees paid for by the students
are for maintenance and improvement of the health clinic.
A schedule of the school physicians and dentists is provided at the entrance of the clinic. A
pupil/student has to bring his COE whenever he is to transact at the clinic and is given a schedule.
Guidance and counseling services are available to all students to help them in their personal and academic
related problems. Through these services, the students are assisted in their personal, social, spiritual, and
Pupils/Students are provided physical activities to develop in them discipline, sportsmanship, and physical
fitness. A mini sports complex is available for these physical activities.
Canteen is open during school days from 7:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Students may eat their lunch at the canteen.
Lost properties should be returned to the Guidance Office, which takes charge of returning these properties to
its rightful owners.
1. A pupil may settle his accounts either by paying in full upon registration or by paying according to the
school’s installment plan. SJIT adopts the policy of not allowing students to take the monthly or periodic
examination without paying the required installment of his accounts “NO PERMIT, NO EXAM POLICY.” Payment regarding
school fees should be transacted at the Cashier’s Office.
1. Cash Discounts – pupil/student who pays in full upon enrolment enjoys a discount of ten percent (10%) of
the total tuition fee.
2. Family Discounts
a. Two (2) brothers/sisters – ten percent (10%) discount only for one with the lowest tuition fee.
b. Three (3) brothers/sisters – ten percent (10%) discount only for all three students for tuition fees only
c. Four (4) brothers/sisters – fifty percent (50%) discount for only one with the lowest tuition fee
d. More than four (4) brothers/sisters – fifty (50%) percent discount for only one with the lowest tuition fee
and ten (10%) discount for every student following the fourth
e. Any student graduating from SJIT High School can avail of a ten (10%) percent discount when he/she will
enroll in college in this institution
SJIT Junior High School is a recipient of the Educational Service Contracting scheme, or ESC, is a program
provided for by Republic Act 8545 (amending R.A. 6728), or the “Expanded Government Assistance to Students and
Teachers in Private Education, or GASTPE. Its main objective is to decongest public secondary schools by
“contracting” the excess capacities of private high schools through the provision of subsidies for students who,
otherwise, would have gone to the public high schools. The subsidy grant per student in Grade 7 is Php 7,500, for
Grade 8, 9, and Grade 10 is Php 6,500.