Q: What programs does Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac offer?

A: You can find our academic offerings here.


Q: Do you offer College or Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)?

A: At the moment we do not offer college and TVET. We plan to roll out TVET programs by School Year 2025-2026. The following Don Bosco Educational Centers offer college: Don Bosco Technical College in Mandaluyong City; Don Bosco College in Canlubang, Calamba City, Laguna; and, Don Bosco Center of Studies in Paranaque City. The following Don Bosco Educational and Training Centers offer TVET Programs: Don Bosco TVET Center in San Jose City, Nueva Ecija; Don Bosco Academy in Mabalacat City, Pampanga; Don Bosco TVET Center in Tondo, Manila; Don Bosco Technical College in Mandaluyong City; Don Bosco Technical Institute in Makati City; Don Bosco College in Canlubang, Calamba City, Laguna; Don Bosco TVET Center in Calauan, Laguna; Don Bosco TVET Center in Naga City, Camarines Sur; and, Don Bosco TVET Center in Legaspi City.


 Q: When does the admission and enrollment period for Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac usually begin?

A: The admission period for new students is open beginning January 4, 2024 while the enrollment period will commence on June 2024. Testing dates will begin in February and you can find the detailed schedule here.


Q: What are the eligibility criteria for admission to Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac?

A: The eligibility criteria for admission to Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac is found on our website - click here.


Q: How can I obtain an admission application form for Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac?

A: Admission application forms are available at the Registrar’s office which is open from Monday to Friday, 8AM-4PM. You may contact the registrar by calling (045) 982 2159 local 106 or emailing them here. You may also download the form here.


Q: What documents are typically required for the admission application to Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac?

A: The following document requirements include: 


Q: Is there an entrance exam for admission to Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac?

A: Yes, Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac is bringing back the admission exam and interview as part of the admission process. The exam is designed to assess the applicant's aptitude and readiness for the chosen program. Testing dates and step-by-step procedures are found here.


Q: What are the important dates and deadlines to remember for the admission and enrollment process at Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac?

A: The important dates and deadlines for admission and enrollment at Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac, including application submission deadlines, entrance exam dates, and enrollment confirmation deadlines, are usually provided on the school's official website or in the admission information packet. Admission: click here. Enrollment: June 2024 onwards; exact dates and schedule to be announced.


Q: Are there any scholarships or financial aid opportunities available for students at Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac?

A: Yes, Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac offers scholarships or financial aid programs, subsidies, and grants to eligible students. You can visit our website to know more, click here.


Q: What are the eligibility criteria for the Education Service Contracting (ESC) Program?

A: The following are eligible:


Q: What documents are typically required for the Education Service Contracting (ESC) Program?

A: The following document requirements include:


Q: How much is the total amount of the Education Service Contracting (ESC) Program grant?

A: ₱ 9,000.00 per school year from Grade 7 to Grade 10.


Q: Where else can I go to know more about the Education Service Contracting (ESC) Program?

A: Visit the PEAC website by clicking here.


Q: What are the eligibility criteria for the Senior High School Voucher Program?

A: Grade 10 completers of SY 2023-2024.


Q: What documents are typically required for the Senior High School Voucher Program?

A: The following document requirements include:


Q: How much is the total amount of the Senior High School Voucher Program?

A: ₱ 14,000.00 per school year from Grade 11 to Grade 12 for those coming from private schools and 17,500.00 per school year from Grade 11 to Grade 12 for those coming from DepEd (public) schools.


Q: Where else can I go to know more about the Senior High School Voucher Program?

A: Visit the PEAC website by clicking here.


Q: Will my requirements be processed even if they are incomplete?

A: Sorry, but incomplete requirements would mean no grant/voucher. 


Q: Can I visit Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac before applying for admission?

A: Yes, Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac often encourages prospective students and their families to visit the campus. It provides an opportunity to tour the facilities, meet the faculty and staff, and gain a better understanding of the educational programs and environment. It is advisable to contact the External Affairs Office in advance to schedule a visit - call 09175014420 or email him here.


Q: How will I be notified about the admission decision for Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac?

A: The Guidance and Testing Office will notify you regarding the result of the admission test through email approximately one (1) week after taking the test for Grade 4 to Grade 12 applicants while for Nursery to Grade 3 applicants, the result will be discussed to the parents/guardians accompanying the applicants right after taking the assessment. For concerns, kindly get in touch with our Testing Officer by emailing her here or by calling 045 982 2159 loc. 107


Q: If accepted, what are the next steps to enroll at Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac?

A: Once accepted, the next steps to enroll at Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac are found here.


Q: Will the students be using books this coming School Year?

A: The Learning Management System will be utilized for most levels but there are certain levels that will still be using physical books. We are currently reviewing the utilization of books at the moment but you may be guided with the books required this current School Year 2023-2024:


Q: What will be the uniform of the students for this coming School Year?

A: Everything you need to know about the uniforms can be found here.


Q: When will be the start of classes?

A: The opening of classes for SY 2024-2025 is on August 12, 2024.


Q: Where will we go to school on School Year 2024-2025?

A: Nursery to Grade 10 students will remain in the main campus here in Barangay Sto. Cristo while the Senior High School (Grades 11-12) will transfer to our extension campus in Cresendo Estate in Barangay Central.


Q: Is the move of the Senior High School sure?

A: Yes.


Q: Will there be shuttle services leading to the Cresendo Campus?

A: Yes, there will be a private shuttle service in partnership with the school and there are also public utility vehicles courtesy of the transport terminal in Ayala Land Cresendo. Public transport is currently available with Public Utility Jeepneys plying the Robinsons Luisita to Brgy. Central via Cresendo Estate route. Another PUJ option is the San Miguel to Brgy. Mapalacsiao which also passes by the Cresendo Estate. In the near future, Cresendo will be a transport hub thanks to its transport terminal.


Q: What are the school supplies needed by the students?

A: The syllabus will be discussed during the Orientation Week. It includes the content, criteria for grading, resources, and materials needed, and other requirements for each subject matter. Student Guidelines and other protocols will also be tackled during the week. Orientation Week for students happens on the first week of reporting to school. The date of Orientation of Parents of New Students is usually on the first weekend while the Parents’ General Assembly takes place on the second weekend.


Q: What is the mode of learning next School Year?

A: We are currently evaluating the mode of learning next SY but you can use the mode this current SY as basis: Nursery to Grade 3 students will be on 5-day onsite mode (same as pre-pandemic). Grade 4 - Grade 12 students will be on a 4-day onsite and 1-day asynchronous (same a last school year).


Q: Will the school be accepting girls next School Year?

A: As of the moment, Kinder to Grade 10 remains exclusive to boys. We continue to offer coed only for Grades 11-12.


Q: How would I know which section I will belong to in the coming School Year?

A: Same as every beginning school year, your sections will be emailed to you before the first day of reporting.


Q: What are the key dates to note this School Year?

A: If you are planning ahead with your family trips and reunions, you may visit our school calendar to know the key dates you must not miss. Access to our calendar is here.


Q: Are you still accepting late enrollees?

A: Yes, as long as slots for the particular level are still available and you have finished the Quarter prior to transferring.


Q: Who are the new Salesians assigned there and where are the others transferred?

A: Meet our newly assigned Salesians here. Fr. Jerry is now the Rector of Don Bosco Makati; Fr. Nesty transferred to Don Bosco Pampanga; Br. Lito is now in Don Bosco Mandaluyong; and, Br. Jerick has moved to the next stage of his formation as a student of Theology in Don Bosco Parañaque.