Tuition Fees

GENERAL GUIDELINES

All school fees prescribed per pupil or student in a semester or school year are required to be settled before or at the end of the term regardless of actual participation in the said activity.

This list does not include the auxiliary fees, which include events, uniforms, books, notebooks, and the like.  Discounts and other financial privileges are not also included on this list. Ask assistance at our office for their exact price and amount.

All fees published below are subject to change without prior notice.

I. SCHEDULE OF FEES FOR S.Y. 2019-2020

1. Basic Education Department

1.1. Elementary and Preschool Division

1.1.1. Preschool

  • Registration Fee – P500
  • Miscellaneous Fee – P2,500
  • Tuition Fee – P5,000 / school year

1.1.2. Grade 1 to Grade 3

  • Registration Fee – P500
  • Miscellaneous Fee – P2,500
  • Tuition Fee – P6,000 / school year

1.1.3. Grade 4 to Grade 6

  • Registration Fee – P500
  • Miscellaneous Fee – P2,500
  • Tuition Fee – P6,500 / school year

1.2. Junior High School Division

1.2.1. Grade 7 to Grade 10 (ESC Grantee)

  • Registration Fee – P500
  • Miscellaneous Fee – Free
  • Tuition Fee – Free / school year
  • ESC Confirmation Fee – P745

Note: With FREE  1 Set School Uniform, Book Use, and Notebooks (for Grade 7)

1.2.2. Grade 7 to Grade 10 (None-ESC Grantee)

  • Registration Fee – P500
  • Miscellaneous Fee – P2,500
  • Tuition Fee – P7,500 / school year

Note: ESC refers to Educational Service Contracting a program provided for by Republic Act 8545 (amending R.A. 6728), or the “Expanded Government Assistance to Students and Teachers in Private Education”, or GASTPE, where students do not pay for their tuition fee from Grade 7 to Grade 12. Only incoming Grade 7 students can avail the said program. If the transfer student is an ESC grantee from the previous private school, we accept the student as a continuing ESC grantee. While if the transfer student is from public school or a none-ESC participating private school for Grade 8 to Grade 11, their tuition is under the none-ESC grantee.

1.3. Senior High School Division

1.3.1. Grade 11 to Grade 12 (with DepEd Voucher)

  • No fees charged and no additional top-up to students with DepEd Voucher, ESC Grantees, or Qualified Voucher Recipient

Note: With FREE 1 Set of School Uniform, PE Uniform, and Notebooks

1.3.2. Grade 11 to Grade 12 (with no DepEd Voucher)

  • The total fee of P17,500 per year for students with no DepEd Voucher.

2. College Department

2.1. New College Curriculum (Batch 2018 onwards)

Basic Academic Fees:

  • Tuition Fee – P4,500/ semester
  • Miscellaneous Fee – Free
  • Test Booklet – P30/ subject

Note: With FREE 1 set of Campus Uniform (for freshman)

Additional Fees (if applicable):

  • Bridging Program (for ALS or Old H.S. Curriculum Graduates) – P3,500 / semester
  • Additional Tuition Fee for Failed or Extra Subjects – P250/ unit
  • Laboratory Fee for courses with laboratory – P600 / subject
  • Seminar Fee for courses with seminar – P300 / subject

2.2. Old College Curriculum (Batch 2017 and below)

  • Registration and Miscellaneous Fee  – P3,575
  • Tuition Fee – P250/ unit
  • Laboratory Fee – P 200/ unit
  • Seminar Fee – P300
  • Test Booklet – P30/ subject

2.3. Unit Earners and Cross Enrollee

  • Registration and Miscellaneous Fee  – P3,575
  • Tuition Fee – P250/ unit
  • Laboratory Fee – P 200/ unit
  • Seminar Fee – P300
  • Test Booklet – P30/ subject

2.4. TESDA Training and Assessment

  • Total Training Fee – P5,000
  • NC II Assessment – P1,600

II. TERMS OF PAYMENT

  1. Cash Basis:

Registration and Miscellaneous Fee, full Tuition Fee, and all other fees for the entire semester or school year shall receive a 10% discount on the academic fees, except for new college curriculum.

  1. Installment Basis:

LCC adopts several Plans of Payment. There is Plan A to Plan D for the Basic Education Department and Plan A to Plan C for the College Department. Parents, guardians, and students are advised to choose for the desired plan of payment, changing the plan in the middle of school year or semester is not allowed.

 III. SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS

It is advisable to secure accountabilities (permits) earlier or before the exact date of the exam, rather than suffering from long lines of a queue. Schedule of payments and amount that needs to be settled are available at the Accounting Office and at the Certificate of Registration (COR) or Certificate of Matriculation (COM).

IV. REFUND OF SCHOOL FEES

Tuition fees and other academic fees may be refunded to pupils or students who have erroneous computation in accounts. A letter has to be made signed by the parent who registers the student, or any authorized person before a refund will be done.

There will be no refund for auxiliary fees, which include uniforms, books, notebooks, and the like.

If a pupil or student, however, withdraws under certain circumstances as described below all pertinent fees are always charged in full and are not refundable under any circumstances:

1. Basic Education Department

A pupil or student who withdraws enrolment before or after the beginning of classes must submit a written request stating a valid reason for the withdrawal. Attachment of documents that support the reason will be necessary if it applies. An exit interview shall only be done after being cleared with accountabilities.

Rules on Refund for Students with Authorized Withdrawal are governed by the Law for Private Schools (Section No.66, s 1992 Manual of Regulation for Private Schools, 8th Edition 1992)

“Tuition Charges: A student who transfer or otherwise withdraws, in writing, within two weeks after the beginning of classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition and other school fees in full or for any length of time longer than one month may be charged ten percent (10%) of the total amount due for the term if he withdraws within the first week of classes, or twenty percent (20%) if within the second week of classes, regardless of whether or not he has actually attended classes. The student may be charged all the school fees in full if he withdraws anytime after the second week of classes. However, if the transfer or withdrawal is due to a justifiable reason, the student shall be charged the pertinent fees only up to and including the last month of attendance.”

On the basis of the foregoing rules, LCC adopts the following policies:

  • The full Registration and Miscellaneous Fees shall be charged if the pupil or student withdraws prior to the opening of classes;
  • There will be no refund or transfer for the Registration and Miscellaneous Fee;
  • Whether the pupil or student attended classes or not 10% of the total prescribed fee will be charged and deducted from the refund when the application for withdrawal is within the 1st week of regular classes, and 20% if within the second week of classes and there is no refund on tuition fee and 100% of the total tuition and other fees will be charged on the respective bills if withdrawal is after more than the second week of classes.
  • When no written notification is made, the student is considered dropped, and charged in full for the entire school year, regardless of actual attendance.

2. College Department

A  student who withdraws enrolment before or after the beginning of classes must submit a written request stating a valid reason for the withdrawal. Attachment of documents that support the reason will be necessary if it applies. An exit interview shall only be done after being cleared with accountabilities.

Section 100. Refund and Other Charges, CHED Memorandum Order 40, s. 2008

Withdrawal of enrolment is highly discouraged by the institution, may it be Authorized Withdrawal, Unauthorized Withdrawal, LOA, and AWOL. A student who registers and enrolls for a specific semester is expected to finish and complete the whole term duly enrolled.

On the basis of the rules for Private Higher Educational Institutions (Section 100. Refund and Other Charges, CHED Memorandum Order 40, s. 2008) LCC adopts its own rules and regulations in cases of Refund & Other Charges for Withdrawal of Enrolment:

  • A student who withdraws enrolment before or after the beginning of classes must submit a written request stating a valid reason for the withdrawal. Attachment of documents that support the reason will be necessary if it applies.
  • There will be no refund or transfer on the Registration and Miscellaneous Fees of the student.
  • A student who withdraws before the start of classes and who has already paid the pertinent school fees in full or installment will be charged with full pertinent fees in Registration and Miscellaneous Fees. The remaining fees for the tuition, laboratory and other fees will be refunded if paid in full cash basis.
  • A student who withdraws within the first week of classes and who has already paid the pertinent school fees in full or installment will be charged 25% of the prescribed fee during the semester including Registration and Miscellaneous Fee, tuition, laboratory and other fees regardless whether the student attended classes or not. The remaining 75% of the said fees will be refunded if paid in full cash basis.
  • A student who withdraws within the second week of classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition and other school fees in full or installment will be charged 50% of the prescribed fee during the semester including Registration and Miscellaneous Fee, tuition, laboratory and other fees regardless whether the student attended classes or not. The remaining 50% of the said fees will be refunded if paid in full cash basis.
  • A student who withdraws after the second week of classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition and other school fees in full or installment will be charged for all or 100% of the school prescribed fee during the semester including Registration and Miscellaneous Fee, tuition, laboratory and other fees regardless whether the student attended classes or not. No refund shall be made.
  • When no written notification is made, the student is considered AWOL (Absence Without Leave). The student will be charged for all or 100% the prescribed fee during the semester including Registration and Miscellaneous Fee, tuition, laboratory and other fees regardless whether the student attended classes or not. No refund shall be made.