Basic Education (K-12) Department

Primary Education Program

(K-Grade 6)

The Primary Education Program of ALIAC is for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. Primary education provides students with a basic understanding of various subjects as well as the skills they will use throughout their lives.

Under the ALIAC system of education, primary education is a pre-requisite for continuous development. This is to ensure the development of children—This means that all children are able to develop their social, cognitive, cultural, emotional and physical skills according to the best of their abilities.

Junior High School (JHS) Program

(Grade 7 – 10)

ALIAC considers High school as perhaps the most important time in kids’ lives, because they are making friendships that can last a lifetime, they’re learning somewhat more advanced material, and they are preparing themselves to go out into the real world.

The JHS Program of ALIAC comprises grades 7 to 10 (ages 12 to 16). Students who complete elementary education at grade 6 automatically progress to JHS. The purpose of JHS is to teach students about math, science, English, and social studies. On the inside, the purpose of JHS is to teach our students about maturity. It’s about learning to see the world through new eyes. It’s about having their values deepened, creative thinking developed, and ideas tested.

Senior High School (SHS) Program

(Grade 11-12)

The Senior high school (SHS) program of ALIAC refers to Grades 11 and 12, the last two years of the K-12 program. Students begin to study in SHS the subjects that will introduce them to their preferred career path.

It provides opportunities for students to concentrate on a certain field in Business, Science and Engineering, Humanities and Social Science, and General Academics. Finishing SHS is one of the most important requirements for college admissions.

Undergraduate Studies Department

Bachelor of Science in Aviation Program Major in Flying

(4-Year)

A degree program designed to prepare students to become professional airline/general aviation pilots and to develop skills needed to be future managers/leaders in aviation. Graduates of this course undergo the primary basic flying course (private pilot license) as well as the  commercial flying course (commercial pilot license).

Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering Program

(5-Year)

A degree program designed to give the student in-depth knowledge in aerospace/aircraft design, aerodynamics, propulsion structures and technology flight and space dynamics, automatic control, structural analysis and aircraft component design.

It also encourages and teaches cutting-edge research and development. It is a relevant and rapidly advancing field that has a great potential in ushering economic progress for our country through the aviation and its related industries.

Bachelor of Science in Office Administration Program Major in Airline Management

(4-Year)

A degree program for future entrepreneurs interested in a career in an airline management. It gives the student the opportunity to meet dynamic people to become qualified managers or staff in the airline or tourism industry. Students are also trained in the operational aspect of office management and basic accounting and recording system. With full literacy in computer technology as applied in business management in general.

Bachelor of Science in Aircraft Maintenance Technology Program 

(4-Year)

A degree program focused on giving the individual student a first- hand knowledge of the “live aircraft and engine” that propels and airplane. The student is taught the construction, operation, overhaul, installation and repair of power-plant, propeller, accessories and other structural parts of the aircraft. Graduates of this course can also process, repair, disassemble airplanes, as well as make preliminary surveys, and estimate the required maintenance and repair of the aircraft and engine.

It also equips them with the skills required for many vocational fields like welding, woodworking, sheet metal, riveting, hand foaming and spray painting, they are also taught engine generator, ignition, fuel injection system and carbonation system and overhaul as well as electrical and hydraulic repair including actual airplane ground engine operation, testing taxing operation, a requirement in securing license in Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP).

Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management Program

(4-Year)

A degree program geared towards enhancing the knowledge skills and creativity of the person for planning, marketing, financing and managing tourism programs as well as manning tourist related industries.

The students learn to be effective and successful promoters of the country’s natural and cultural attraction to local and international travelers. They are taught the essential skill to translate national development goals to viable tourism plans and programs. The managerial and creative aspects of the tourism industry are delved in first-hand with various field visits practicum. Students are also taught computer literacy and basic selected foreign language.

Bachelor of Science in Avionics Technology Program

(4-Year)

A degree program that describes the electronic equipment aboard the aircraft (known as aviation electronics) which compose of VHF, HF communication navigational instruments such as VOR , ADF, DME, GPS, ILS and flight recorded and the airplanes electrical generating systems as well as its auto pilot systems and the airplanes weather radar system.

Turbine powered commercial airplanes, commuter and corporate piston powered aircraft and spacecrafts use various forms of avionics such as vacuum & electrically operated flight instruments. Individuals gain knowledge about electronic theory and circuity, digital principles and its application, aircraft system and structures. They learn to install, test, check, repair and certify avionics equipment and systems installed in all aircraft. Students are also taught the basic electricity, radio and television. Students are also taught computer literacy which is necessary to lean the computerized system of the airplane like flight director and auto pilot systems.

Special Courses