Scholarship

    •      Honor Students Discount (Juan Bosco Scholars)
    Valedictorian and Salutatorian graduates can avail of a tuition fee discount upon enrolment to any programs offered in the college department.
    •      Mary Help of Christians Scholarship
    The Mary Help of Christians Educational Assistance Fund (MHCEAF)is a tertiary scholarship program catering to the prior but deserving students who will enroll in th Bachelor of Science in Technical Education (BSTE). This scholarship is academic in nature thus, one has to qualify with the requirements of the program. There are two categories under the MHCEAF namely:
    •      Domic Savio Scholars
      Dominic Savio is a pupil of Don Bosco.
      Dominic Savio scholarship is offered to qualified students from Don Bosco schools and other schools.
    THE DOMINIC SAVIO SCHOLAR

    • 1. Conforms to all the rules and regulations of Don Bosco Technology Center (DBTC).
    • 2. Reaches a rating of high Average in the DBTC – CEM college entrance.
    • 3. Maintains an attitudinal rating of at least A minus (A–).
    • 4. Maintains an average grade of not lower than 2.5.
    •      Phillip Rinaldi Scholars
      Phillip Rinaldi is the third successor of Don Bosco
      Phillip Rinaldi scholarship is offered to qualified students from Don Bosco and other schools THE PHILIP RINALDI SCHOLAR
    THE PHILIP RINALDI SCHOLAR

    • 1. Conforms to all the rules and regulations of Don Bosco Technology Center (DBTC).
    • 2. Reaches a rating of high Average in the DBTC – CEM college entrance.
    • 3. Maintains an attitudinal rating of at least A minus (A–).
    • 4. Maintains a grade of not lower than 2.5.
    •      Fr. John Clifford Scholarship Program
      DBTC caters to 1,610 Basic Education Students, 240 College students, 342 out of school youth in the Skills training Program, 200 DBYC. All in all there are approximately 2,392 youth served directly by Don Bosco Technology Center
      There are approximately 479 students who are scholars of the institution at various levels.
      The scholarship programs of DBTC

      • 1. Working Students Scholarship Program
        Industrial Services-26
        BED-12
        College-7
      • 2. Mary, Help of Christians Scholarship Program- 24
      • 3. Out of School Youth Scholarship Program – 342
      • 4. Fr. John Clifford Scholarship Program – 68
      Who is Fr. John Peter Clifford?

      • 1. He was one of the pioneers of Don Bosco Technology Center.
      • 2. He built the early wooden structures with the eggs of the poultry.
      • 3. He was Rector of DBTHS then in 1955-64.
      • 4. He was confessor of our boys till his death in April 6, 2000.
      • 5. To him we give honor when we help in this scholarship program.
      Objective:
      To help the poor but deserving students in pursuing their desire for a quality education in line with the mission and vision of Don Bosco.
      Vision of DBTC-BED
      We, the Don Bosco Technology Center – Basic Education Department envision ourselves as an Educative Pastoral Community of Servant Leaders inspired by the teachings and Spirit of St. John Bosco and driven by a constant pursuit of excellence towards a world of LOVE, PEACE and JUSTICE.
      As living witnesses of Christian Values, we cater to the needs of the youth especially the poor by providing them Integral Education to make them catalyst of positive change in the Family, Church and Society
      Who can become a Fr. John Clifford scholar?

      • 1. This is open to High School Students Only. Old elementary scholars will still be renewed if qualified.
      • 2. We will only accept one scholar per household only. This is to give chance to others.
      • 3. They must maintain academic and technical grades of 80 and above.
      • 4. Conduct grade must be 85 and above.
      • 5. Scholarship assistance is only 50% of Academic and Technical Tuition.
      Economic Status of Families of Scholars
      • 1. Lower middle-low income groups
      • 2. Families of single mothers/fathers
        • 1. Death
        • 2. Abandoned
      • 3. Unforeseen causes
        • 1. Retrenchment/restructuring
        • 2. Sickness
      Benefits and Counterpart
      • 1. 50% of Academic and Technical Tuition is given to non-parishioners of Lourdes Parish.
      • 2. 100% of Academic and Technical Tuition is given to our “Lourdes Parish Scholars.” and special cases.
      • 3. Scholars must be willing to participate in any of the community activities:
        • 1. Rondalla
        • 2. Varsities
        • 3. Drum and Bugle
      Requirements:
      • Bonafide High School Student of DBTC
      • Clear copies of birth and baptismal certificates.
      • Xerox of card
      • Latest Income Tax Return of parents.
      • In the absence of ITR, barangay clearance/certification as to the parents income for the last calendar year.
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      Admission Process:
    • 1. Get Application Form at the Rector’s Office.
    • 2. Submits Form and Requirements to the Rector’s Office.
    • 3. Home visitation by the scholarship committee.
    • 4. Deliberations of applicants visited.
    • 5. Posting out of list of new scholars.
    • 6. Quarterly follow-up of scholars.
    • 7. Year-end evaluation and reporting on the scholars