USL Elem School’s Outreach Program in Fuga Island Community

In its pursuit of social awareness and community involvement, the Elementary School of the University of Saint Louis (USL), through its Executive Family Council (EFC) and in coordination with the Philippine National Police Region 02 (PNPR02), PNP Maritime Group 02 Read More ...

PAASCU grants re-accreditation to USL-Elem

The Elementary program of the University of Saint Louis recently obtained its Level II re-accreditation from the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU). Six categories, including faculty, administration, curricular programming and teaching, instructional media program, student services, Read More ...

DKLC now 20 years in service

Tuguegarao City – The University’s Dinggin Ka Learning Center (DKLC) turns 20 this year offering kindergarten to sixth grade education for the hearing-challenged or the Deaf. The Center opened on June 1, 1998 with the name “Learning Center for the Read More ...

Louisian wins bronze medals in int’l math contest

Cenij Migelle S. Ayson, a Grade IV Elementary pupil of the University of Saint Louis (USL), emerged triumphant in the recently concluded China Primary Mathematics Olympiad (CPMO) held on July 27-Aug. 1, 2018 in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China. The Grade IV Read More ...

Basic Ed robotics program aims to foster sci-tech, 21st century skills

As the University of Saint Louis (USL) envisions to be a global learning community recognized for science and technology, the Elementary Department and Junior High School Science curriculum across grade levels have recently adopted robotics program in their respective curricula Read More ...
USL Elementary Department is a choice school for Science and Technology elementary education in a 21st century learning environment.

USL Elementary Department is committed to nurture learners anchored on the CICM missionary identity towards becoming CAPABLE Louisians.

  1. Provide a curriculum that is Christ and learner-centered, value and context-based for the pursuit of 21st century education;
  2. Promote mastery of basic knowledge and skills anchored on Science & Technology and critical thinking;
  3. Develop communicative competent learners in the local and global community;
  4. Offer meaningful and challenging co-curricular experiences towards talents and skills development;
  5. Cultivate love and care for nature;
  6. Instill a deeper sense of nationalism.
To provide a comprehensive curriculum for the children as they are developed and nurtured to become CAPABLE members of the family, community and society.
C – Christ-Centered
A – Action-Directed
P – Person-Oriented
A – Academically Driven
B – Behaviorally Upright
L – Law-Abiding
E – Emotionally Mature
  1. Pre-school
  2. Kindergarten
  3. Grades 1 – 6
  4. DKLC (Dinggin Ka Learning Center for the Hearing Impaired)