The following are the Core Learning Area Standards (CLAS)—the learning outcomes students should be able to show upon completion of the LCC’s basic education—of the different subject areas offered in school:
Christian Living Education (CLE) Program
a) exemplify the characteristics of Ignatian spirituality and share them with friends when opportunities come;
b) stand for the Catholic Faith while respecting other beliefs;
c) make informed choices based on their conscience;
d) respond to current situations based on Church teachings and the signs of the times;
e) participate actively, fully, and consciously in different liturgical activities especially the Eucharist;
f) develop a habit of prayer and reflection;
g) establish a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through prayer and scripture;
h) recognize the Church as a source of Truth;
I) deepen their sense of stewardship towards God’s creation; and
j) imbibe a spirit of service for others.
a) makapagpapaliwanag, makasusuri at makapagbibigay-halaga sa iba’t ibang akdang pampanitikan, pelikula, at napapanahong babasahin;
b) makasusulat ng teksto gamit ang iba’t ibang disiplina sa pagsulat sa pagpapahayag ng damdamin, kaisipan at paniniwala na naaayon sa konteksto o sa napiling larangan ng manunulat;
c) makapagpapahayag ng sariling kaisipan sa mabisang pakikipag-ugnayan gamit ang kakayahang komunikatibo sa wikang Filipino;
d) makagagamit ng iba’t ibang metodo at etika sa pananaliksik tungo sa pagtuklas at pagdagdag ng bagong kaalaman; at
e) maipagmamalaki, mapayayaman at maisasabuhay ang pagka-Pilipino tungo sa pakikibahagi sa panlipunan at pandaigdigang kaunlaran.
a)communicate spoken and written ideas correctly and effectively using English for different contexts, audiences, and purposes;
b) broaden, heighten, and deepen their love for reading and literature in understanding and reflecting on the nature of man, humanity, and the Divine;
c) develop and apply critical listening, reading, viewing, and thinking skills in developing awareness of and responding to social and environmental issues ; and
d) apply, study, and research skills and strategies for different purposes.
a) describe, analyze, and construct models and patterns of complex systems and cycles;
b) design, communicate, and present experiments, ideas, arguments, and investigations using effective scientific language and technology;
c) apply the basic concepts, principles, and processes of science leading to develop essential skills and values that will enable them to respond to real-life situation in a scientific, creative, innovative, ethical, and environment-friendly way; and
d) deepen sense of “awe and wonder” leading them to the appreciation of, respect and reconciliation to God’s creation through the life-long study of science.
a)explain, analyze, and present math ideas and solutions effectively and accurately using correct math notations and vocabulary, orally and in
b) apply math principles and processes to solve problems effectively in theoretical and real world situations;
c) make various math representations of real world situations and use them strategically in problem solving and decision making;
d) reason analytically and logically;
e) establish models out of evident patterns observed;
f) gather and analyze data through research/investigations and utilize them in making valid projections/predictions;
g) effectively utilize multimedia to solve and explain real world phenomena; and
h) develop appreciation and inquisitiveness in math as a functional tool in life.
Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health (MAPEH) Program
a) create a fitness program and decide their recreational activities that promote and sustain a lifelong wellness;
b) appreciate and respect their own cultural identity and other cultural diversities through sports, dance, music, and arts;
c) apply the value of discipline and enhance confidence through sports, dance, music, and arts; and
d) develop sense of rhythm so they can move effectively and efficiently in connection with their daily life activities.
Social Studies Program
a) show appreciation of cultures with respectful and responsive attitude toward diversity;
b) interpret the historical events to understand present situations in a well-informed and responsive manner in order to make relevant, principled, and well-discerned decisions in life.
c) develop and use critical and creative thinking skills in analyzing and responding to social, cultural, and political issues;
d) express and defend their opinions through dialogue and discourse on important global, national, and local issues, problems, and concerns; and
e) exhibit social and conscious awareness, strong faith response, and love of country to promote good and active citizenship by initiative and/or supporting civic initiatives including the following but not limited to: sustainable use of natural resources, implementation of just laws and ordinances, upholding one’s rights and responsibilities, and responding to the needs of people in the peripheries.
Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) Program
a) develop skills in technology for real-world tasks required by various fields such as business, education, research and entertainment;
b) integrate principles of art and design and demonstrate creativity and innovation in producing quality outputs and services;
c) effectively use technology and livelihood/ tools in real-life situations;
d) demonstrate an understanding of the relevance of entrepreneurial skills and characteristics to self-sufficiency and productivity; and
e) model legal and ethical behaviors when using skills, information and technology.
Science and Technology Program
a) described, analyzed, and constructed models and patterns of complex systems and cycles;
b) designed, communicated, and presented experiments, ideas, arguments, and investigations using effective scientific language and technology;
c) applied the basic concepts, principles and processes of science leading to develop essential skills and values that will enable them to respond to real-life situation in a scientific, creative, innovative, ethical, and environment-friendly way;
d) deepened sense of “awe and wonder” leading them to the appreciation of, respect and reconciliation to God’s creation through the life-long study of science; and
e) promoted environmental consciousness and active participation in taking responsibility in recognizing and responding to environmental problems in achieving sustainable results.
Ignatian Formation Program
a) deepens sense of compassion for the marginalized and care for common home
b) promotes competence and Christ-centered
c) model an ideal Loyolan
Standards of programs enumerated here, including the competencies and learning outcomes, go above and beyond the standards of DepEd. There are few existing specialized, integrated, and additional subject areas (all nonetheless having standards beyond DepEd’s) that are not covered here due to its special nature. Most of which are from the Senior High School Unit which includes,
but not limited to, Advanced Research, Work Immersion, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Philosophy, Business Ethics, Personal Development, Career Advocacy, Accounting, Business, and Management. They all have their respective supervisors though to make sure that the schools’ standards are still maintained.
All programs have their own comprehensive curriculum maps while all subjects have course outlines and course modules as curricular references. Each program has sub programs such as
learning support (e.g. remediation, merit class, special tutorial) and yearly supplemental/institutional activities (e.g. Intramurals, Language Fest, Social Awareness Talks, and the like) that are aligned with their respective CLAS. All documents and activities are regularly improved through vertical and horizontal articulations by the teachers themselves with the assistance of their program supervisors, academic administrators, and external expert, if needed.