FEU ROOSEVELT

VISION AND MISSION

Our Vision

FEU Roosevelt envisions a productive and responsible citizenry empowered through education.

 

Our Mission

  • Promotes the value of resilience through a dynamic curriculum and programs that advocate teamwork and collaboration.
  • Develops competence in lifelong learners; nurture their ability to be creative, critical thinkers, and effective communicators.
  • Instills integrity of mind, body, and spirit throughout its community.

 


 

Institutional Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate the ability to recognize, appreciate, and accept diverse learners and ideas.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to respond and to be responsible for agreed tasks.
  3. Demonstrate flexibility in dealing with changes and challenges in multiple modalities and in eliciting alternative perspectives.
  4. Demonstrate the ability to be organized and systematic in acquiring and applying knowledge and skills.
  5. Demonstrate the ability to utilize available resources for specific and significant needs.
  6. Demonstrate the ability to confidently facilitate and engage in both oral and written communication.
  7. Demonstrate the values of honesty and fairness in all undertakings through sound judgment.
  8. Demonstrate the ability to live with a positive outlook in life.
  9. Demonstrate the ability to engage in healthy physical activities.
  10. Demonstrate an understanding of equality with diverse values, culture, and tradition.

 


 
School Goals:

  • To be recognized by various accrediting bodies in the Basic Education and Tertiary Education levels.
  • To make FEU Roosevelt Basic Education Programs known as a good preparatory school for college education and the FEU Roosevelt-TED, the Center of Excellence in tertiary education in Metro-Manila as well as in the province of Rizal.
  • To continuously develop Basic and Tertiary Education curricula responsive and relevant to the demands and needs of the time.
  • To develop the school image as a National Institution for all, irrespective of socio-economic status, religion, gender, and ethnic origin.
  • To graduate students who are well rounded and well equipped in quantitative and qualitative areas; students trained by rigorous teaching and coaching in all the required subject areas.

 


 

Campuses

  • Cainta
  • FEU Roosevelt Cainta was set up in 1974, when then Roosevelt Memorial High School was transferred from San Roque in Marikina to the sprawling Sumulong Highway campus. Aside from Basic Education programs from preschool to senior high school, the Cainta campus also houses FEU Roosevelt’s Institute for Teacher Education.

     

  • Marikina
  • FEU Roosevelt Marikina is the oldest existing campus. It was built in 1967 as an elementary laboratory school for the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (BSEED) students to practice in. Today, the Marikina campus is the site of FEU Roosevelt’s newest building.

     

  • Rodriguez
  • The Rodriguez campus is FEU Roosevelt’s biggest campus in terms of population. It is also home to the school’s most talented athletes, who consistently bring pride to FEU Roosevelt in regional and national meets. FEU Roosevelt Rodriguez is also PAASCU-accredited.

FEU Roosevelt Cainta
  • 35 D Sumulong Hwy, Cainta, 1900 Rizal
  • Tel No: +632 8681-6210
  • CP No.: 0960-558-1885
FEU Roosevelt Marikina
  • J.P. Rizal St., Lamuan, Marikina City
  • Tel No: +632 8941-4093
  • CP No.: 0960-558-1889
FEU Roosevelt Rodriguez
  • Manggahan, Rodriguez, 1860 Rizal
  • Tel No: +632 8998-2489
  • CP No.: 0960-558-1892

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