Market Day Rescheduled

Due to the 2-day class suspension, our Market day is rescheduled.

Grades 4 and 5 – today (November 22, 2018)
Grade 2 – November 23, 2018
Grades 1 and 3 – November 29, 2018

As always, we look forward for your support by letting your child bring money for snacks on these dates so they can choose and buy from the variety of goodies that our students would be selling. Thank you very much and we’ll see you!


This is to retract the advisory we sent last August 14 and was posted in our website regarding update on holidays. Due to the change that President Duterte made for the supposed holidays, resumption of classes next week is on August 22, Wednesday.

August 20 is still a non-class/non-working day in school. In lieu of this, your presence on August 25 for the 1st Quarterly Parent-Teacher Conference/Distribution of Report Cards and Multiple Intelligence electives’ showcase is expected.

Please be guided accordingly,


We are in need of an IT Coordinator/Registrar

We are in need of IT Coordinator/Registrar who:
《 is flexible
《 has excellent organizational skills
《 can work under pressure
《 knowledgeable in computer softwares, maintenance and graphic designing
《 can multitask


Address your application letter to the HR Personnel of Bohol Child Head Start, G. Dangoy Street, Bool District, Tagbilaran City, Bohol

BCHS – SY 2018-2019 Kickstarts First Week of June

We’re officially announcing the start of the SY 2018-2019 on June 7 for all Elementary (both Regular and S.I. classes) and Junior High school classes. Meanwhile, the Special Intervention Programs (Individualized and Group Instruction) will start earlier on June 4. Preschool classes will follow on June 11.

Enrollment in all levels is now on going! Some classes are almost filled-in already so we recommend that you register (or enroll) your child as early as possible, since we are employing the small class size set up for all classes. For guidance, please refer to the enrollment process below.

All transferees are required to take the assessment while old students shall submit their report cards upon enrollment. This will ensure that you will receive your official Certificate of Enrollment from the Registrar (having none means temporary enrollment only). Downloadable enrollment forms can be found below this post.

While you are preparing yourselves for the next school year, make sure to secure these requirements ahead:

  • Original Copy of PSA-issued Birth Certificate
  • Report Card
  • Permanent Record
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Copy of Grade 6 Diploma
  • Medical Certificate
  • 2 copies of 2×2 picture of kid
  • 1 copy of 2×2 picture of fetcher
  • Original Copy of PSA-issued Birth Certificate
  • Report Card
  • Permanent Record
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Medical Certificate
  • 2 copies of 2×2 picture of kid
  • 1 copy of 2×2 picture of fetcher
  • Kinder Completion Certificate (for gr. 1 only)
  • Original Copy of PSA-issued Birth Certificate
  • Medical Certificate
  • 2 copies of 2×2 picture of kid
  • 1 copy of 2×2 picture of fetcher

Enrollment Forms

Junior High


Play and Learn

Enrollment Flow

We Are Looking For High School Teachers To Join Our Team

Bohol Child Head Start is looking for the following!


  1. TLE




  • Preferably with excellent communication skills

  • Passionate about teaching

  • Skilled and talented

Submit your applications to the HR Personnel

or at

Be Grateful

We should find the reasons to be grateful and count our blessings especially this new year. We need to make a conscious effort to focus on what we have and what went right because to be grateful is the secret to health and wellbeing.  For thousands of years, “this greatest of virtues and the parent of all others”, said Cicero, have been the subject of philosophers, religious, and spiritual thinkers. But beyond their conjectures, there really have been no hard scientific evidence associating gratitude to psychological and physical wellbeing. Not until recently.

Robert Emmons and Mike McCullough are two psychologists who researched extensively on the effects of gratitude towards health and emotions. They know people associate being grateful with happiness. But associations do not prove causality. The best way to know this was to perform an experiment.

These brilliant psychologists randomly assigned subjects into groups. The first they instructed to keep a daily gratitude journal or gratitude list, the other group focused on hassles, and the control group was neutral. And these are what Emmons and McCullough discovered.

In one experiment, the group of people who kept weekly gratitude journals had significantly better results on a range of psychological and physical well-being measures than the people in either of the two comparison groups. The gratitude journal people exercised more regularly, reported fewer physical symptoms, felt better about their lives as a whole, and were more optimistic about the upcoming week than the other two groups (who recorded hassles in one group or neutral life events in the other).

Participants who kept gratitude lists were more likely to have made progress toward important personal goals (academic, interpersonal, and health-based) over a two-month period compared to participants in the other experimental groups.

In another study using daily self-guided exercises with young adults, the participants in the gratitude intervention group reported higher levels of the positive states of alertness, enthusiasm, determination, attentiveness and energy than the other two groups (who focused on hassles, or on how they thought they were better off than others). Also, the participants in the gratitude intervention group were more likely to report having helped someone with a personal problem or having offered emotional support to someone than those in the other two comparison groups.

In a third study, this time of adults with neuromuscular disease, a 21-day gratitude intervention resulted in better sleep duration and sleep quality, greater amounts of high energy positive moods, a greater sense of feeling connected to others, and more optimistic ratings of one’s life, relative to a comparison group.

In general, Robert Emmons found that people who view life as a gift and consciously acquire an “attitude of gratitude” will experience multiple advantages.  Gratitude improves emotional and physical health, and it can strengthen relationships and communities. Gratitude enriches human life. It elevates, energizes, inspires and transforms. People are moved and humbled through expressions of gratitude.

If you wish to cultivate an attitude of gratitude, you can try this exercise. Set aside five  minutes each night for the next two weeks, preferably right before going to bed. Prepare a pad with one page for each of the next fourteen days.  Think back over the previous twenty-four hours and write down, on separate lines, up to five things in your life you are grateful or thankful for. Common examples include “waking up this morning,” “the generosity of friends,” “God for giving me determination,” “wonderful parents,” “robust good health,” and other creative expressions of gratitude.

You can evaluate through writing in a journal the changes in your outlook, emotions, social interactions, and your general attitude towards life and events. If this worked for you after your evaluation, incorporate it into your nightly routine.



Hear ye! Hear ye! Announcing the Coronation Day of the Royals of the Kingdom of the Young! The King and Queen are requesting the pleasure of your company on the 10th day of February in the year 2018, at the Island City Mall, at the first hour of the afternoon.

Let us together witness the fantasy and splendor!