NEU - LIPA BRANCH
ADMISSION & RETENTION POLICY (HIGH SCHOOL)
* This policy shall apply to all applicants:
* Incoming first year students
* NEU Elem. Graduate
* Requirements for NEU Elementary Graduates:
* Aptitude Test Administered by the Elementary Guidance and Counseling Center or an Entrance Exam administered by the high school GCC.
* NEU Elementary Department graduate who do not pass the cut-off grade or required General Composite Grade (GCG) will be admitted on probationary status.
* A contract for strict adherence to the retention policy of the school shall be entered and signed by the probationary student and the parent, and consequently shall be abided by.
* Requirements for Transferees:
* No failing grade in any subject in the previous academic year.
* A General Weighted Average (GWA) of at least 85% in the previous academic year.
* A General Composite Grade (GCG) of at least 81%
* The GCG is computed as follows:
60% of the result of entrance examination/admission test and
40% of the General Weighted Average
GCG=(EE x 0.6) + (GWA x 0.4)
Once a student is admitted, the retention policy applies in the next enrollment/registration.
Retention Policy Implementing Guidelines, Rules and Regulation
* For an old continuing student to be retained, all of the following requirements must be satisfied:
* No failing grade in any subject in the preceding Academic Year, and
* A General Composite Grade (GCG) of at least 80%
The GCG is computed as follows:
* 30% of the result of the academic year-end Achievement Test and
* 70% of the General Weighted Average (GWA).
GWA = (AT x 0.3) + (GWA x 0.7)
* New students who are admitted enroll even if they do not meet the required academic standard is put on the probationary status for the year.
o For freshmen students on probation, their first year at New Era University is the provisional period.
o Students on the probation are to be monitored periodically (at least every quarter grading) by the teachers, adviser, Guidance and Counseling Center (GCC), and the CSDE.
o Students on probation are provided with academic remediation and counseling.
* Students who do not qualify for the retention shall be informed at the final issuance of the Students Progress Report Card (F-138) at the end of the school year. The students shall be advised to transfer and will be denied admission in the junior (third year) level.
o A student who is dismissed loses the privilege to study again in the High School Department, hence, is denied readmission if ever he/she returns.