Since the year 2000, Woodrose students place among the annual search of the city government for the Ten Most Outstanding Students of Muntinlupa (MOST). Graduates enter top local and international universities; and many continue to pursue graduate and post-graduate studies thereafter.
Academic excellence is one aspect of the Woodrose education. It is based on an integrated approach that balances the student’s intellectual, moral, social, spiritual, and physical development. The goal in using this approach is to help students discover their unique talents and achieve their full personal potential.
Students ultimately develop analytical and critical thinking skills as they learn. These broaden their view of the world and improve the way they reflect and act on real life circumstances. These skills help them to live meaningful lives committed to finding the truth and to use freedom with responsibility to promote a better world. READ MORE
English Learning Area Statement
The English Program aims to develop lifelong readers and confident writers who possess good reading habits that allow them to understand and appreciate a wide range of texts, including the literature of other cultures. Students who go through the program are developed to communicate effectively – both in speech and writing – and to acquire a positive attitude towards ideas and values relevant in the formation of character and in dealing with people from different walks of life.
Filipino Learning Area Statement
The Filipino program cultivates the knowledge, skills, and awareness of critical decisions in the appreciation of Philippine Literature. The program develops the macro skills of reading, listening, speaking, and writing necessary for effective communication in the Filipino language. It ingrains love and appreciation for Filipino as an instrument for greater engagement.
History Learning Area Statement
The Social Studies and History curricula promote the application of historical thinking in daily life to enable students to effectively participate in all societal processes based on informed judgement, a deep sense of pride in the Filipino race, and global consciousness.
Mathematics Learning Area Statement
The Mathematics curriculum develops and strengthens the computational and analytical skills needed by the students in their everyday lives and to use such for the common good. Learning mathematics involves observing, representing, reasoning, investigating, analytical thinking and keenness in discovering patterns and relationships to attain proficiency in mathematical concepts. The students are trained to become effective problem solvers and sound decision makers.
Religion Learning Area Statement
The Religion and Theology programs act as a link between the students’ faith and life; their way of living. They are given the theological foundation for ethical behaviour; that is, to act and make choices in accordance with their human dignity. The program also focuses on the purpose of Christian life and the means to live a personal relationship with God and consequently, love for others, in one’s daily occupations. Through its Service Learning component, students learn to help others and to make a difference in the world around them.
Science Learning Area Statement
The Science curriculum is geared towards developing students’ proficiency in experimental and analytical methods used in the Sciences, and which help them gain an understanding and appreciation of nature. Learning Science involves the knowledge and understanding of scientific concepts and the processes required for personal decision making, participation in civic and cultural affairs, and economic productivity. The students’ critical thinking and problem solving skills are cultivated with the help of investigative and research projects.
MAPEH-HE Learning Area Statement
The Home Economics curriculum aims to develop self-confidence, self-awareness, love and respect for work, and effective use of personal and family resources in order to improve aspects of life such as food and nutrition, clothing, housekeeping, and etiquette that impact individuals, families, and communities. It equips the students with life skills necessary to create and manage a nurturing home and family life for a stronger society.
Music & Arts
In the Arts, students gain knowledge of artistic techniques and technologies in Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Arts, and combinations of Art forms. Through exposure to content and practice, they develop aesthetic and creative skills, as well as a critical appreciation of the varied forms of Art. The Arts develop the students’ sense of personal and cultural identity that equips them for lifelong involvement in the appreciation of the Arts.
Health & Physical Education
Health and Physical education develops an understanding of health issues and the skills needed for confident participation in sports and recreational activities. It enables students to make responsible decisions about health and physical activity, as well as to promote their own and others’ health and well-being. It also confers safety awareness by understanding the accident chain and the prevention of accidental injuries due to hazards, and by understanding disaster management in practice.