National Honors Society


School of Tomorrow®, Philippines
NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY


Prior to 2014, School of Tomorrow® students in the Philippines were able to avail of the International Honors Certificate through A.C.E. Ministries. This offer is no longer available.

Since students who qualified were at times granted scholarships to colleges and universities here in the Philippines, School of Tomorrow®, Philippines has set up the National Honors Society.

To avail of the recognition and membership, the following steps should be followed:

• Download the Application Form from the SOT®P website, www.sotphil.net .

• Application Form and Transcript of Records must be completed and submitted to Mr. Allan A. Rodrigo of SOT®P’s School Services Department no later than the last day of January of graduation year. (Proof of completion of final PACE work will come later.) [Allan A. Rodrigo (rpd.manager@sotphil.net)]

• Application must be accompanied by a deposit slip (proof of payment) indicating payment of ₱1,250.00. Deposit to: Account Name: School of Tomorrow®, Philippines Account Number: 081–3–08151393–8 Bank: Metrobank (Betterliving Branch)

• An e-mail address and phone number of the registrar of student’s school must be provided in case of questions or needed clarifications.

• Transcripts will be evaluated by the School Services and the Technical Assistant.

• Notice of approval will be sent to the school of applicant. Certificate and Letter of Recognition will be sent to student’s school upon proof of completion of last PACEs (those completed between the end of January and the last day of the school year.) Certificates along with a special Letter of Recognition are to be presented with student’s diploma during graduation ceremony. Pictures of qualifying students will be printed in the next Pioneer. (Cap and gown shot preferred.)


School of Tomorrow®, Philippines
HONORS COURSE OF STUDY

The Honors program includes the SOT®/A.C.E. program’s highest quality preparation for college education in addition to the more rigorous College Preparatory Courses.

An Honors student must complete 27 credits with a 94 percent overall average and demonstrate the ability to c6ommunicate effectively in written and oral presentations. His composite reading rate should be over 600 WPM on the Readmaster program, and he should score at least 22 on the ACT or 1000 for the Critical Reading and Math scores combined on the SAT.

 

SAMPLE HONORS COURSE OF STUDY

Required = (R), Optional = (O)

Subject

Minimum

Credits Required

Math

     Algebra I (R)

     Geometry (R)

     Algebra II (R)

     Trigonometry (R) (½ credit)

 

English

     English I (R)

     English II (R)

     English III (R)

     English IV (R)

4

Science

     Biology (R)

     Physical Science (R)

     Chemistry (R)

     Physics (R)

4

Social Studies

     World Geography (R)

     World History (R)

     American History (R)

     U.S. Civics (R) (½ credit)

     Economics (R) (½ credit)

4

Bible/Christian Growth (Select from the seven available courses listed below.)

     New Testament Survey (R)

     Old Testament Survey (R)

     Life of Christ (O)

     New Testament Church History (O)

     Christian Growth (O) (½ credit)

     Introduction to Missions (O) (½ credit)

     Practical Missions (O) (½ credit)

3

Electives

     Etymology (R)

     Computer Science (R)

     Speech (R)

     Music (R)

     Health (R) (½ credit)

     Foreign Language (R)

     Physical Education (R)

     English Composition II (O) (½ credit)

 

1

1

½

½

½

2

2

Additional Elective

1

Minimum Total Credits – 27

 



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