Junior High School
The José Rizal University Junior High School is a hub of excellent secondary education that aims to develop critical and analytical thinking as well as exceptional communication and social skills while instilling Rizalian values among its students.
Students are given a good understanding of concepts such as representative government, national sovereignty, and the Filipino way of life. Students also develop vocational and technological proficiency and efficiency.
Junior High School Curriculum
The Junior High School offers the four-year secondary curriculum as approved by the Department of Education (DepEd) and Level III accredited by Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA), and modified to suit the global educational policies and priorities of JRU Junior High School. Junior High School classes are conducted for 80 minutes each for English, Math, Science and Business Technology 3 and 4 and 40 minutes each for the rest of other subjects.
English is used as the medium of instruction in all subjects except Filipino. It is the University’s belief that complete familiarity with the English language is critical to a more effective social and economic role of the child. The Junior High School is very conscious of the importance of a good command of the English language in secondary education and has taken the option of shortening the four years of Character Education into the first two years and devoting the class time saved into additional English subjects. In addition, the Junior High School Division initiated steps in improving our subjects by including the Technology Enabled Materials (TEM) in teaching all our subjects.
Furthermore, the university adopted the use of the Canvas Learning Management system to further enhance the Technology Enabled Education (TEE) programs of the Junior School Division. Through the use of Canvas, teachers, and students are able to access course and module contents, communicate internally, and collaborate through various online activities. Online lessons in Canvas also paved the way for the implementation of online assessments.
1. Display a strong command of language by demonstrating advanced communication skills in various situations;
2. Apply the mastered mathematical skills and scientific concepts into real-life situations;
3. Conduct themselves in desirable manners guided by the virtues of responsibility, courtesy, consideration, and integrity;
4. Enhance the acquired technological and occupational skills to qualify any entry-level positions in the employment world that will help students finish college; and
5. Exhibit reverence to God and social responsibility in daily life.
1. Exhibit higher communication and critical thinking skills;
2. Demonstrate mastery of mathematical skills and scientific concepts and their applications;
3. Practice desirable habits and attitudes essential for democratic citizenship, guided by Rizalian Values;
4. Apply technological and occupational skills in real-life situations; and
5. Demonstrate love of God and of the Filipino nation in everyday living.
- The Junior High School Supreme Student Government
- English Club
- Mathematics Club
- Science Club
- Social Studies Club
- Kapisanang Filipino
- Computer Science Club
- Business Technology Club
- Rizalian Artist Movement
- Booklovers Club
- Character Education Club
- Junior Officer Enthusiast League
- Homemakers’ Club
- Boy Scouts of the Philippines
- Girl Scouts of the Philippines
- Inter Act Society
- Red Cross Youth Council
- String Club
- Dramatics Club
- The Scroll
- Sayaw Rizaliana
- The Blue and Gold
NEW AND TRANSFER STUDENTS
- Duly accomplished on-line application form
- DepEd Form 138 (Report card)
- Certificate of Good Moral Character (not applicable for new students who graduated from JRU)
- Photocopy of Birth Certificate and original copy for verification
- JRU Entrance exam for transferees, for Junior High School only
- ID Photo, preferably 2 x 2 inches in size
- Duly accomplished on-line application form
- Special Study Permit issued by Bureau of Immigration
- Original Student Record (red ribbon)
- Photocopy of passport
- ID Photo, preferably 2×2 inches in size
- Once enrolled, Alien Certificate of Registration Identity Card (ACR I-Card)
In cases where the admission credentials are deficit, incomplete or cannot be substantiated at the moment, an undertaking form shall be executed by the applicant.The University reserves the right to decline any application for admission to the University, which does not conform, to its policies, rules and regulations.
THE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION
Grace Marie B. Martin, MAEd
Rufo D. De Leon, MAEd English
Rachel Aubrey S. Bosito, MAF Filipino
Ma. Cecilia Q. Mangabat, MAEd Mathematics
Gemma V. Garcia, MAEd Social Studies
Remelina S. Hipolito, BSE Science
Rufina D. Francia, MEM BT-MAPEH
Rovelyn A. Arcilla, MAEd
Sarah T. Gabrentina, MAEd
Marienelle S. Lara, BSE
Neil Jerdie Ares, BBTE
Roberto H. Layague, Jr., BSE
Aaron Paul T. Baliga, MSc
Hazel B. Legaspi, BSE
Rosette M. Bañez, BSE
Nicola Marjustine M. Barruga, BSE
Maria Lilian P. Matutina, MAEd
Adriane G. Cala, BPES
Haidee A. Merlin, BS Math
Fatima Capidos, BSE
Karizamae T. Mijares, BSE-Phy. Sci.
Eric John A. Clemente, BSEd
Ailene O. Montalban, MAEd
Rowell C. Concepcion, BOAEd
Hazel Jane M. De Felipe, BSE Gen. Sci.
Marissa M. Rongcales, MAEd
Raymond G. Ricafort BPE
Arlita C. Sion, MAEd
Ma. Nerie B. Tejero, BSE
Gemma D. Diomino, BSE
Angelita R. Teodoro, MAEd
Vanessa D. Espartero, BS Math
Maricel M. Ursua, BSE
Jeanne R. Esteves, BSE
Marian U. Oculam
Rebecca C. Lapuz
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Scholarships available for Junior High School Students
The University upholds its commitment to making quality education accessible to all through a number of scholarships that are available every year to qualified student applicants.
*For further inquries, applicants may call the Guidance and Testing Office at 8531-8031 local 32.
LA PLUMA SCHOLARSHIP
All incoming freshmen in the Junior High School Division who have been certified as belonging to the top ten (10) in academic ranking by their Elementary School Principals from any school including JRU are eligible to qualify as "La Pluma" scholars for their initial two (2) years in JRU for as long as they enroll in JRU in the school year immediately following their year of graduation from Elementary School.
"La Pluma" scholarship privileges include 100% discount on tuition and miscellaneous fees except on those fees charged on "per application" basis, 100% reimbursment of textbooks, and inclusion in Academic Scholars' Mentoring Program. In addition, incoming "Valedictorians" are entitled to a monthly allowances of One Thousand Pesos (1,000.00) which they continue to enjoy for as long as they remain classified as "La Pluma" scholars.
All other incoming freshmen from any DepEd recognized school, including JRU, may apply for an "Entrance" scholarship, except "La Pluma" scholarship, by completing and passing all the requirements of the scholarship program.
The "Entrance Scholarship A" is given to the incoming Gr. 7 students of Junior High School who obtain the top three (3) highest scores in the JRU Scholarship Admission Test. Successful applicants are entitled to 100% discount on tuition fee and 20% discounts on all miscellaneous fees when they enroll in the immediate succeeding academic year.
The "Entrance Scholarship B" is given by the University to incoming Gr. 7 students of Junior High School who obtain scores equivalent to above average in the JRU Admission Test. Successful applicants are entitled 100% discount on tuition fee and 20% discounts on all miscellaneous fees when they enroll in the immediate succeeding academic year.
SPECIAL FUNDED SCHOLARSHIP
The University grants a number of full scholarships valid for tuition and other school fees, stipedn, and book allowances to indivisuals of exceptional promise. Students entitled to these benefits are recommended by the principal and apporved by the President. Tehse scholars be known as special funded scholars and are chosen annually.
Athletic and band scholarships are granted to deserving student-athletes for the purpose of representing the University in inter-scholastic sports competition. These are in the form of discounts on tuition fee or full schoool fees depending on the approval of the University President upon the recommendation of the Director of Athletics together with the President's approval thereon.
The editor-in-chief of the "Scroll" (the junior high school periodical publication) is entitled to full scholarship during the period of his incumbency, as determined by the faculty adviser of the publication and the principal, and approved by the President.
The managing editor of the "Scroll" is eligible for a half scholarship during the period of his incumbency, also as certified by the faculty adviser of the publication and the principal, and approved by the President. The scholarship will be valid for tuition fees only' all other fees will be charged as usual.
The Corps Commander of the Corps of Cadets is entitled to full scholarship up to the regular load of junior high school students for the entire school year (or during the period of his command, if for less than the entire year) upon the written recommendation of the CAT Commandant and the principal, and approved by the President. The scholarship will be valid for tuition fees only.; all other fees will be charged as usual.