Our Policy

Admissions & Programs
For Covid-19
To Southbrook Students, Parents and Stakeholders


Good Day

“SOUTHBROOK ACADEMY, INC. recently underwent a location risk assessment and school safety assessment, and has received approval from the Department of Education and Department of Health to conduct face-to-face classes. This affirms that our school is compliant with the minimum public health standards set by the government.

In light of this, Southbrook Academy, Inc. will participate in the pilot implementation of face-to-face classes. This activity aims to further develop strategies, understand key considerations of stakeholders, and identify resources required for the effective and efficient transition of learners from distance learning to expanded face-to-face classes.

We, at Southbrook Academy, Inc. shall implement the minimum public health standards set by the government to minimize risk of the spread of COVID-19, but it cannot guarantee that your child will not become infected with COVID-19, given that COVID-19 is highly contagious.

We understand that your child/ren’s in-person attendance in school will include associating with teachers, fellow learners and school personnel, and other persons inside and outside of the school that may put your child at risk of COVID-19 transmission, notwithstanding the precautions undertaken by the school.

We acknowledge that children participation in this activity is completely voluntary.



Final grades will be released upon completion of all requirements set by teachers per subject. For the final grading, the proposed Transmutation Grading Scheme by DepEd shall be the    basis in computing the grades.


Final Grade

Needless to say, the average of all grades from First to Fourth quarter shall be the final grade of the student:


 ( 1st quarter grade + 2nd  quarter grade + 3rd  quarter grade + 4th  quarter grade) / 4  =  Final Grade

Academic Deadlines

Academic deadlines- teachers have been diligently working from home since the suspension of classes. All teachers have employed flexible learning options such as online classes and activities to ensure that the remaining learning competencies were met and that students were able to comply with pending requirements. Teachers have taken initiatives to hold further online activities to boost student grades and help particular students with learning challenges as they move up to the next grade level. Teachers are more than willing to hold online tutorials and learning activities with students even after the effectivity of the end of the school day.


Intervention Plan

For the coming academic year 2022-23, the first three weeks of classes will be dedicated specifically for Refresher Programmes and assessment to make sure that students have the expected competencies facing their new grade level.


School Year 2022-23

Unless otherwise officially decided on by DepEd or any pertinent government office, Southbrook will set its opening date of the academic year on August 8th, 2022. Classes will be provisionally held through face to face mediums, until further notice. 

Combat covid19

Continuity of Teaching and Learning

In an effort to ensure that Southbrook is ready once the new academic year starts, the following actions are ongoing:


Mapping of class schedules and teaching assignments


Revision and updating of curriculum and syllabus


Deliberation on new learning plans and instructional mediums


Revising of Student and Employee Manual


Assimilation and implementation of  Face to Face & Hybrid Learning.


Continued implementation of the face to face learning programmes.


Webinars and online workshops for teachers


Academic Regulations


Work Arrangement of Faculty and Staff

Southbrook faculty and staff shall be working from school campus. However they will continue to use online mediums for  blended learning. 



An electronic clearance slip will be sent to all students effective May 2022 prior to enrollment or transfer to another school


Only 20 students will be admitted per class, regardless the grade level. Old students will be automatically registered for the next school year, unless a process to transfer is requested by the parent/sponsor for a particular student.

Entrance/assessment tests may be conducted online, monitored by a Southbrook representative. All necessary documents should be ready by the time said tests are conducted.

Students are now allowed to visit the school for assessment accompanied by either one or both of their parents.

Applicants who have pending online transactions with Admissions can either call, visit or email for advice.


All old students, unless with pending account balance, are qualified to enroll as soon as the Enrollment period resumes.

Parents may pay online and deposit payments to the following accounts. >>>

*Once payment is made, kindly send us a copy of your deposit slip to:     southbrookschool@yahoo.com or message us through our facebook page.

**Students with pending balance from the previous school year will not be allowed to re-enroll or be given transfer forms as pre-requirement in other schools.

Southbrook Academy,Inc.
Southbrook Academy,Inc.
Georgie C. Genturalez, Jr.
Philippine National Bank (PNB)
Georgie C. Genturalez, Jr.
Recovery of Personal Effects and Surrender of School properties

Release and return of students’ personal effects left behind in the classrooms before the suspension of classes, as well as the return of borrowed school properties (library books, laboratory materials, etc.), will be announced upon relaxing of the current ECQ policies

For Further Enquiry Regarding Recovery of Personal Effects

For further details or inquiries regarding this matter, please reach us through the following:

Landline: 032-5134106

Mobile Numbers: 09272332137 / 09397581595

Send us a private message through the Souhtbrook Academy, Inc. Facebook Page

or check out our website: www.southbrook.edu.ph or email us at southbrookschool@yahoo.com

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