Awards/certificates

MERIT CERTIFICATES for Grades 7, 8, 9

First Honors Certificate – for a student who obtains an average of 90% or above with no grade lower than 88% in any subject.

Second Honors Certificate – for a student who obtains an average of 88% or above with no grade lower than 85% in any subject.

Third Honors Certificate – for a student who obtains
an average of 85% or above with no grade lower
than 83% in any subject

MERIT CERTIFICATES FOR GRADE 10

A. First Honor Certificate: This is given to a student who obtains an average of 90% or above with no subject average lower than 85% and has at least an average of 85% in his/her School Conduct and Activity.

B. Second Honors Certificate: This is given to a student who obtains an average of 85% or above with no subject average lower than 80% and has at least an average of 85% in his/her School Conduct and Activity.

C.

1. Perfect Attendance Certificate: A student who has never been late or absent on a class day is awarded the Perfect Attendance Certificate at the end of every quarter.

2. Perfect Attendance Medal: This is awarded to a graduating student who has never been late or absent throughout his/her high school years.

Students
A. Criteria for Determining Excellence Awardees
1. Academics, with a weight of 70%
2. Co/Extra Curricular, with a weight of 30%
3. Residence of at least two (2) consecutive years at Notre Dame of Greater Manila.
4. Grades must be 80% and above in the final average of subject in Conduct Grades, and the Activity Grades must be A, B+, or B.
5. Final grades must be 80% and above in any academic grade.
6. CAT Grades must be A, B+, or B.
7. No record of suspension during his/her entire stay in high school.

B. Criteria for Determining Subject Medal Awardees
1. The student with the highest final average in Grades 9 and Grade 10 levels in particular subject/s becomes the awardee.
2. In case of a tie, the student’s outstanding performance in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities pertaining to the subject will be considered .
3. The student awardee must not have been suspended at any time throughout his/her stay in the high school.

C. Other Medals for High School
The following medals are also awarded for outstanding performance:
1. Journalism Medal (Filipino and English)
2. Athlete of the Year Award (Male / Female)
3. CAT Medal
4. NDGM Leadership Medal
5. Notre Dame Medal

Note: Recipient of any of the above-mentioned awards should not have been suspended during his/her entire stay in high school.

Excellence Awardees

a. ACADEMIC GRADES – The Final Average from combined Grades 9 and 10, given a weight of 50% each, is given another weight of 70% then ranked.

b. EXTRA-CURRICULAR GRADES – The Extra-Curricular scores are totalled and given a weight of 30%, then ranked.

The combined rank in Academic, with a weight of 70% and Extra-Curricular, with a weight of 30% will then be ranked to determine the Final Ranking of the Excellent Awardees: Valedictorian, Salutatorian, 1st Honorable Mention, 2nd Honorable Mention, and 3rd Honorable Mention.

Other criteria are as follows:
Residence of at least two (2) consecutive years in
NDGM

No grades below 80% in the final average of subject
and in Conduct

No grades below 80% in any academic grade.

No record of suspension during his/her entire stay in the
High School

Subject Awardees – The student with the highest Final Average from combined Grades 9 and 10 rating given a weight of 50% each is declared the subject awardee.

Residence of at least two consecutive years in NDGM
No grades below 80% in the final average of subject
and in Conduct
No grades below 80% in any academic grade.
No record of suspension during his/her entire stay in the
grade school