On March 30, 2023, Claret School of Quezon City was visited by a delegation of 35 personnel from the DepEd Schools Division Office in Legazpi City. The group aimed to get first-hand information and insights on the effective strategies and practices in the Claret Robotics Program.
A simple program at the AVR was hosted for the visitors during which Mr. Roxan Ruchillo S. Cosico, the Robotics Moderator, presented the CSQC Robotics Program. Likewise, the Grade 12 CSQC Robotics Team shared their valuable experiences and learnings in the Robotics Program and demonstrated their skills. At the end of the afternoon visit, the guests were accompanied as they visited the computer and robotics laboratories.
The following day, March 31, 2023, another delegation of 12 administrators from Immaculate Conception Archdiocesan School-Tetuan (Zamboanga City) visited CSQC with the goal of looking into current trends in curriculum development, teaching and learning process, and instructional management.
The visitors were welcomed by the Office of the School Director and began the visit at the Heart of Mary Chapel and the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish Church. During the encounter held at the Conference Room, members of the CSQC Administration, particularly the Principal, the Assistant Principals, some Subject Area Coordinators, the SDC Coordinator and the IMC Coordinator, shared with the guests best practices of CSQC with regard to administrative procedures as well as curriculum and instruction. The morning benchmarking activity was capped with a simple agape, school tour and the giving of tokens from both Schools.
The 2 consecutive visits at Claret School of Quezon City were concrete signs of CSQC’s commitment not only to share best practices but also to collaborate with other institutions in the mission of quality transformative education.
The Claretian Administrators and personnel who prepared, coordinated and offered assistance during the said visits ensured that the guests would experience the Claretian hospitality and warmth. #ScientiaMaximeCumVirtute