The school provides a program of activities that supplements and enriches classroom experiences to meet the students’ needs and interests. The program aims to develop the students’ sense of service, social responsibility, cooperation, social awareness and generosity. It likewise develops leadership potentials, active citizenship and provides opportunities for sharing special talents with others in the spirit of SERVICE to the community leading to the holistic development and formation of every student.

The Student Activity Program is composed of the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. The extra-curricular activities are realized through the different clubs/ organizations. It also pertains to activities initiated and implemented by the Student Activities Office. These activities are not directly linked to the academic curriculum but are essential to the holistic development of the students. The co-curricular activities are trainings and programs which directly enrich and complement the different subject area offerings and the academic program. Thus, both the co-curricular and the extra-curricular activities play an important role in the life of the young Agnesian.

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HUSAY Club Program, is an alternative program offered to the Grades 3 – 12 students. This program employs the modular and distance learning approaches. Modules are utilized to provide instruction to students to use a self-contained package of learning activities which is a combination of print and digital materials that students will be performing at home.

To ensure learning , an End-of-Course Revalida is conducted by the club moderators semestrally. This is a required interview to validate if course outputs are really done by the learners themselves and for the learners also to determine their course significant learning insights. With this new scheme, the Club Grading System was revisited to be inconsonance with the new scheme of grading the students.


The program aims to:

  1. provide an alternative mode of learning different lessons offered by school clubs anchored on the school’s mission-vision and goals.
  2. develop the student’s special skills and talents through carefully planned lessons despite the absence of onsite learning.
  3. enhance students’ autonomy in learning through student-centered and self-instructed materials which are based on the needs and interest of the students.

These are the  clubs and organizations that are tasked to concretize these aims. These are the following:

Young Benedictine Circle – Gr. 3-6 Benedictine Circle 7-10
Kids for Christ – Grs. 3-6  
Numerics 3-6 Matherdome 7-10
Book Lovers Club 3-6 *Writer’s Nook 7-10
Hyperlink 3-6 Society of Young Scientist 7-10
Young Discoverers 4-6 Computer Society Club 7-8
  Computer Society Club 9-10
Boy Scouts of the Philippines 3-6 Earth Savers Club
Jr. Girl Scouts of the Philippines 3-6  
Earth Savers Club 3-6  
Media Watch 4-6 E-Art Club (Crafts) 7-8
Young Librarians 3-6 E-Art Club  (Arts) 9-10
Young Homemakers 4-6 *Digital Arts Club 7-10
Young Agnesian Photographers 5-6 Book Wizards Club 7-10
Little Writers’ Guild 3-6  
Art Angels 3-6  
Young Amorsolo 4-6 *Culinary Arts Club (Preparing Dessert)
Media Watch 4-6 *Culinary Arts Club                            (Cookery) 7-10
Young Librarians 3-6 *Culinary Arts Club                                     ( Bread and Pastry Production)  7-10
  *Culinary Arts Club                                                      ( Food and Beverages) 7-10
  *Calligraphy Club 7-10
  *Blogger’s Club 7-10
  In-Focus Club 7-10
  *Gardening Club 7-10
  *Mobile App Developer Club 7-10
  *Vloggers Club 7-10
Munting Tinig 3-6 Koryo 7-8
Indayog 3-6 Koryo 9-10
Munting Tinig 3-6 Glee 7-10
Indayog 3-6 Band Club 7-10


Student Coordinating Council Student Coordinating Council
Junior Agnesian (School Publication) The Agnesian (School Publication)
Senior High School

Accountancy & Business

Management (ABM) 11-12

Science, Technology, Engineering

and Mathematics (STEM) 11-12

Humanities and Social Sciences                           (HUMSS) 11-12


Responsibility 20%

Learning Modules 40%

Performance Task 40%


Note: The final rating will be transmuted using a TRANSMUTATION TABLE.


  1. All clubs/organizations are duly recognized by the administration.
  2. The club program (description, objectives and activities) must be an enrichment of the academic program, formative for the students and responsive to the school’s social involvement activities. All club programs and activities are subject to the approval of the administration. The clubs are under the general supervision of the Student Activities Coordinator.
  3. A teacher moderator/ program adviser is assigned to each student club/ organization. The moderator/adviser, together with the club officers, is directly responsible for the conceptualization, planning and implementation of the club program and the supervision of the members.
  4. Each student is required to be a member of only one club. This is to ensure the balance between the academic work and club endeavors of the student.
  5. A Junior High School student who is interested to join a club should sign up for membership during the scheduled date. For the Senior High School organizations, membership in these organizations will be based on the track enrolled in by the student.
  6. All club members are expected to fulfill all the requirements from the Student Activities Office, and expectations of the club as per club constitution and by-laws.
  7. Club/ organization officers are elected by the general membership at the beginning of the school year in the presence and under the supervision of the club moderator/adviser.
  8. The Club Hour is considered part of the regular academic schedule. Every Friday, a period will be allotted for Club Virtual Meeting. This meeting will be an avenue for the club members to consult matters related to their club modules and tasks.
  9. Grades 3-12 students are given a club grade every semester. The grade is computed using the club grading system.
  10. No Club/Organization- No Clearance policy will be applied.
  11. A student who gets a failing mark in the Club/ Organization at the end of the first semester is required to take club extension activities to be given by the moderator to redeem his/her failure or non- membership.

Transfer to another club may be allowed only within the first quarter on a case to case basis and to be determined after further investigation/ deliberation. The student must secure and accomplish a transfer form to be signed by the previous Moderator and Student Activities Coordinator.


  1. All clubs/organizations are encouraged to pursue activities that would help realize their objectives.
  2. All student activities are first subject to the approval of the moderator/adviser and then the administration.
  3. Clubs are required to submit a Concept Paper for all their major club activities.

Therein, an outline of the rationale, objectives and logistics of any proposed activity should be stated. Club officers/moderators should submit a concept paper at least two weeks before the activity’s scheduled implementation. The concept paper must be signed by the moderator/adviser, Student Activities Coordinator and Principal.