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handbook 10-11 revised

handbook 10-11 revised

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 School Year 2010-2011 Classroom Orientation Prayer:
Father of Light and Wisdom, thank you for giving us a mind that can know and a heart that can love. Help us to keep learning everydayof our life. Let us be convinced that all knowledge leads to you and let us know how to find you and love you in all the things you have made. Encourage us when the studies are difficult and when we aretempted to give up. Enlighten us when our brains are slow and help usto grasp the truth held out to us. Grant us the grace to put ouknowledge to use in building the kingdom of God in heaven. As we begin school year 2010-2011 we ask your guidance and  protection, send your Holy Spirit to each one of us that we may beobedient to our adviser, teachers and school officials. Help us Lord to see you in the life of our classmates. Make our last year in high school  full of knowledge, memorable and something we can treasure in our hearts. We ask forgiveness for the shortcomings we have committed to you and to our classmate and help us become more responsible studentsand worthy to be called NAZAREANS.We lift up to you Father our batch because we believe that apart  from you we can do nothing. Sanctify us by the most precious blood of  your son Jesus Christ, this we ask in the name of your son and our Lord. Amen.
Welcome to
The school highly recognizes with gratitude your preferential attention allowing us toserve your educational needs. With focus on Godliness, Nazareth has been, and will always bewilling and ready, to bring out the best in you. Opportunities abound at until you find yourself well settled in the field of learning. Truly, there is always the comfort and encouragement as wekeep you busy each class day.As it was in the past, our main concern is to strengthen the home and school partnership.The school strongly suggests that you read and understand the school’s Statement of Faith,Mission and Vision statements, the Core Values (Nazarean Culture), and the institutionalobjectives. It will be to your advantage if you read and understand those that will, from time totime, be handed out to you as you experience your youthful years with this school.Significant policies and procedures have been drawn for the Eight Edition of the Manualof Regulations for Private Schools (DECS Order No.92, s. 92), Basic Education Curriculum(2002 BEC), DepEd Order No. 35, s. 2005, and those approved by the school’s governing boardare hereby published for the information and guidance of all concerned. Supervisory and1
regulatory policies and governance of basic education of DepEd released from time to timethrough the Division of Antipolo City are likewise made parts of the school’s operating system. Finally, consider this handbook as your timely and ready reference. With your teachersand parents’ guidance, you will find easier ways of understanding Christ-centered instructional practices. The school’s dream is to make you a “vessel for honor, sanctified and useful for theMaster, prepared for every good work” (2 Timothy 2:21).The Board of TrusteesAdministration and FacultyMay 21, 20102
 Statement of Faith
About God.
We believe that God is the Creator and Ruler of the Universe, the first  person of the trinity. We believe that God is the Father of the Lord Jesus Christ. We believethat God is present everywhere. We believe that God as our Heavenly Father will provide for our physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
About Jesus Christ.
We believe that Jesus Christ is God incarnate (God in the flesh),the second person in the trinity. We believe that He was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life and  freely gave His life as the perfect sacrifice for sin and sinners. We believe that He is the onlymeans of salvation. We believe in the bodily resurrection of Jesus from the dead and that He isalive forevermore. We believe He will return to the earth in the second coming.
About the Holy Spirit.
We believe the Holy Spirit is the third person of the trinity, co-equal with the Father and the Son. We believe He is the Comforter who indwells the hearts of those who receive Christ for salvation; He convinces and convicts of truth and aids the believer in his/her spiritual growth.
About Mankind.
We believe that all people are sinful and cannot make themselves good on their own. We believe that people are made righteous by accepting God’s forgiveness for sinthrough Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross. We believe that people are given a new life (born again)because of this relationship with Jesus Christ. We believe that salvation is a gift of God that isonly received through faith, not by anything that a person can do.
About the Bible.
We believe the Bible is the infallible and inspired Word of God. Webelieve that it is our only guide to show us what we should believe and how to live. We believethat it is for everyone to read, so all may hear God speak to their hearts and minds.
About the Church.
We believe that the church is made up of people of every race, whohave received Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. We believe that Jesus Christ is the Head of the Church, and we who belong to Him are members of His body. We believe that the task of thechurch is to teach the Word of God and make Jesus Christ known throughout the world. Webelieve that the church has two sacraments instituted by the new covenant, baptism and communion.
About the School
We believe that Jesus Christ is the head of this institution, the child’s second home. Chosen and consecrated by the grace of God, Nazareth Christian School islikened to a deep well from which one may drink to quench his thirst for knowledge; a strong  foundation where parents, teachers and students draw inspired leadership strategies and encouragement in pursuit of excellence.
About the Family.
We believe that a family no matter how lowly it could be has everyright and opportunity to unconditionally rear up its children, attend to and supply their needsduring their formative years and beyond. As stewards, the family is obligated to serve thechildren in faith, hope and charity for God’s glory. It is noteworthy for the family to remember that by wisdom a home is built and through understanding it is established; through knowledgeits rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures.
About the Children.
believe that the children are created in the spiritual image of God, to be like Him in character. They are the supreme objects of God’s creation and His justification for the school and parents to care and support them. Children, above all, need tounderstand the spiritual truths and are dependent on God’s Spirit to enable them to do what is pleasing to God. The parents and teachers provide the courage and inspiration to makechildren creep through the light and rise.
I, the undersigned, have read the school’s Statement of Faith. I understand thatenrollment confers upon the school to instruct my children in accordance to the Statement of Faith.
 _______________________________ Parent/Guardian’s Signature3

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