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The Department of Education has issued revised Policy Guidelines on Awards and Recognition for the k to 12 Basic Education Curriculum or guidelines on the selection of honor students in public schools in view of the new grading system they have implemented under their K (Kindergarten) to 12 Basic Education Curriculum (BEC) reform program.


The revised guidelines now disregard the consideration of the involvement of an outstanding honor student’s in co-curricular activities.


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Policy Guidelines on Awards and Recognition for the k to 12 Basic Education Curriculum

Effective School Year 2016-2017 the Policy Guidelines on Awards and Recognition for the K to 12 BEC shall be implemented in public elementary and secondary schools, including Grade 6 classes under the old Basic Education Curriculum (BEC).

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  1. I read the content of the DepEd order and there was no exact statement which says that ECA will no longer be included as one of the criteria in selecting honor students. Can you please point out to me where I may find this statement?

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    1. What the order does is to totally change the system of giving honor students. No more 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. As long as a student satisfy a cut off grade, then he or she is awarded the corresponding honor. ECA are given a separate set of awards.

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    3. san po stated na separated na ang eca from computation?

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    4. meaning even the student with 75-79 is qualified for the academic awards?

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    5. The order simply states that achievements in the academe will be separated from recognizing extra curricular achievements. Honor ranking will also no longer be in sequence like 1st,2nd,3rd,etc.. It now must be "with highest honors", "with high honors", and with honors" following the set grade brackets.

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  2. Bakit po nawala ung post nyo last june 7 about sa eca? Nabasa ko po kc un d na dun ibabase ung honor..nawala po kc

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  3. I've read the memo and I was looking for the exact statement telling that Extra Curricular activities are no longer included in the computation of honors but I WAS NOT ABLE To find it.

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    1. Conversely, no statement stating ECA will be included.

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  4. The order simply states that achievements in the academe will be separated from recognizing extra curricular achievements. Honor ranking will also no longer be in sequence like 1st,2nd,3rd,etc.. It now must be "with highest honors", "with high honors", and with honors" following the set grade brackets.

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  5. so meaning even they will obtain 75-79 to one subject example (English) then the rest subject obtain higher grades will have that award?as long as he/she can get the 90 average?am i ryt?

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  7. Good day. I have a question.
    If a learner, for instance, obtains a general average of 94.6 (an accumulation of grades from all subjects), will he/she be eligible for the "With High Honors" category? Or will he/she stick to the "With Honors" recognition?

    I await for your response.

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  8. Please clarify if the ECA ratings are to be included in the computation of grades to get with honors, with high honors, and with highest honors (i.e. 70-30)? Or is it going to be purely academic rating separate from the ECA rating thus a separate award for ECA will be given?

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