The Students' Activity Program of the GS exists in support of its instructional program. The GS is grounded on the belief that all experiences in the student's school life are part of the curriculum. Therefore, all activities in the Grade School are learning experiences.
The Student Activity Program aims to do the following:
1. to supplement and enrich classroom activities;
2. to provide opportunities to develop to the fullest the students' unique gifts and talents;
3. to reinforce elements of judgment, decision-making, critical and creative thinking found in the instructional program; and
4. to develop leadership, sportsmanship, self-discipline and the desire to be of service to others.
These objectives are achieved through the various activities engaged in by the different clubs.
The GS Student Council is officially known as the Munting Barangay. It is the governing body of the GS and is an extension of the Social Studies class. It develops the students' leadership skills as it gives potential leaders the actual experience of governance and democracy in the school. All the other clubs aim to help develop the total person. They all provide opportunities for the members to develop, improve and/or discover their innate talents and potentials. There are about forty (40) clubs in the GS falling under either the religious, civic awareness, academic, cultural and sports clubs. In short, there is a club for every kind of child.
A. Co-curricular Activities - Co-curricular activities are those still within the scope of the regular curriculum, but are held outside the classroom. These activities are under the supervision of the subject area coordinator or her designated representative. These activities are held within class hours, usually involving either a whole grade level or several grade levels at a time.
The activities that fall under this category are:
1. Morning Praise
2. Holy Masses
4. First Holy Communion (for 1st graders)
5. Recollection Day (for 6th graders)
6. Midday Prayer per class
7. Grade Level Assemblies
8. Election of Class Officers
9. Community Day
10. Buwan ng Wika
11. Environment Week
12. Peace Week
13. Mission Drive
14. Rosary Month
15. DEAR Time
16. Feast Day
17. Outreach Activity
18. Book Week
19. Math and Science Week
20. Lenten Rites
21. Christmas Sharing
22. Peace Camp
23. Misa de Gallo
27. Play Productions (DIE)
28. College Day
29 Viewing of Movies, Slides and Filmstrips
30. Exposure Trips
31. Symposia, Convocation
32. Cultural Trips
33. Social Awareness Activities
- e.g. Watching SONA, impeachment trial
B. Extra-Curricular Activities - Extra-curricular activities are those outside the scope of but serve as enrichment to the regular academic curriculum. These activities are generally held after class hours and each activity is under the guidance and supervision of the activity moderator.
The activity that fall under this category are offered in the following clubs:
Performing Arts Club