Stand Alone Enrollment, Student Records and Billing System
THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTINGS
This Chapter contains data that gives a general idea about the proposed system and its beneficiary; it explains the reason of choice of the institute and its background. This also explains what are the scope and limitation of the system, the different troubles that has been encountered with the use of the existing system/manual process and the subsequent solution that may arrive at the different stated objectives.
Nowadays, Enrollment System is really needed in every school. It records all the necessary information of the enrollee for future use. If the school needs to retrieve the ...view middle of the document...
Proper processing of data is a must for a school especially to those that have a large number of students. The implementation of this new system will decrease the school expenses for the enrollment process because they will just be using a complete set of computer instead of record books, ball pens, markers and file cabinets.
The Enrollment, Student Records and Billing System will be deployed to one computer and will just be accessed by the school management and other authorized personnel.
1.2 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
After the outbreak of World War II, rose the problem of the interrupted schooling of the youth. Who were full of verve to study, due to the absence of a secondary school in San Antonio. And the only alternative was to send the children to the provincial high school in Iba or to a private school in San Narciso. But parents and dismay could hardly afford it because of home rentals and travel expenses of their children. Besides, this period was under emotional and economic reconstruction. So some things were given lesser importance, including the education of the youth to eventually pave the way to meet immediate family needs. Fortunately, a group of concern people coupled with a great vision, “that sending children to school is an integral part of their growth as youth”, promptly established a secondary school here in San Antonio after accomplishing the needed requirements of putting up a school. And Jose Apostol, President and Director headed the service oriented group with Zacarias Pascasio as Principal, Pedro Madarang – Vice President and Business Manager, Juan Dancel and Mercedes Corpuz – Trustees and Candido Manglicmot – Secretary and Treasurer.
The institution then was named after San Antonio’s famous philanthropist Teodoro Rafael Yangco.
Consequently, the San Antonians, particularly the young ones, were very thankful to the founders for having TYHS, their second home, which could satisfactorily quench their thirst for education. More so when a magnanimous man named Don Ramon Corpuz donated the lot – one of the priceless legacies to San Antonio, is hometown.
Shares of stocks were then issued for the establishment of the temporary building. At first, it was a nipa stack with a a mixture of old and not so new facilities. But the physical trapping of the classroom was only secondary to the students to disrupt their eagerness to learn. Later on, annual meeting was probable to induce stockholders to buy shares for the progress of the building.
Finally, on April 16, 1946, TRYHS got recognition from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and recognized by BPS, now DECS on February 23, 1948 with 22 graduates of the same year.
After the founders successfully steered the school to academic excellence, they retired. Then in 1958, the Catholic Diocese of Iba led by the late Bishop Henry Byrne persuaded the founders to transfer the school administration to them. He appointed Fr. Vincent O’Brien, first priest Director...