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CSILKER holds 1st Luzonwide SHS research congress

Tuguegarao City – With its goal of helping build a favorable research culture among basic education institutions in Luzon, the Center for Social Innovation, Local Knowledge, and Educational Research (CSILKER) of the University of Saint Louis (USL), in partnership with Read More ...

USL-SHS graduates pioneer batch

A total of nine hundred ninety-one (991) Senior High School (SHS) graduates of the University of Saint Louis (USL) received their diplomas during the first SHS Commencement Exercises on Thursday, May 31 at the James Ter Meer Gymnasium. The Science, Read More ...

University launches new online learning platform

The University of Saint Louis (USL), through the office of the Learning Management System and Outcomes-Based Teaching and Learning (LMS-OBTL), has successfully introduced the NEO Learning Management System to the faculty and students of the Senior High School, College, and Read More ...

Louisian GEM tops Filipino news writing tilt in NSPC

Representing the Cagayan Valley Region, Wendel Bucayu Viernes, Grade-11 of the University of Saint Louis Senior High School, is this school year’s champion in News Writing (Filipino Category) during the National Schools Press Conference (NSPC) held on Jan. 22-25, 2017 Read More ...

USL opens Senior High School, welcomes 1,038 students

Photo by John Paul S. Juan Welcoming the 1,038 students from different private and public junior high schools, University of Saint Louis (USL) ushered the pioneer students of the Senior High School (SHS) last August 8, 2016 in its newly Read More ...
Mission
USL Senior High School commits to provide CICM secondary education towards holistically developed graduates with strong foundation in the pursuit of desired college degree to serve the Church and the society.

Vision
USL – SHS is a choice pre-collegiate school in a 21st Century learning environment.

Goal
To form adolescents with strong religious foundation, relevant skills and constant passion for excellence in their curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular endeavors akin to their respective track and strand in pursuit of the degree desired in college and the profession with which to serve the Church and the society.

Objectives
  • Christian Formation
    Promote Christian faith and deeper sense of community engagement among stakeholders.
    Form students to be goal-oriented, empowered and mature (GEM attributes).
  • Excellence
    Offer a relevant and comprehensive Science and Technology enhanced curriculum with the use of excellent school facilities.
    Offer comprehensive student programs to develop the students’ critical thinking, research competencies and effective communication skills.
    Provide opportunities to make career choices to prepare students’ college career path.
  • Linkage and Partnership
    Build strong and effective partnership with stakeholders and the local community in the implementation of school programs and projects.
    Inculcate a deep sense of nationalism and appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of the country.