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Certificate of Completion and Diploma Templates for Grades 6, 10, and 12

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Hello Teachers! You’re still here at DepEd Forum. If you’re looking for Certificate of Completion and Diploma Templates for Grades 6, 10, and 12, you’re in the right place. It is only three weeks before the graduation fever starts. And I know you are busy preparing for it.

Certificate of Completion and Diploma Templates

These certificate templates are intended for the Grade 6 (certificate), Grade 10 (certificate of completion), and Grade 12 (diploma). I personally created each file in a Microsoft Publisher format based on the certificates enclosed in DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016 or the School Year (SY) 2015-2016 End of School Year Rites that was released by DepEd last February 15, 2016.

The said order was uploaded twice at the official website of DepEd. The first PDF file has the English and Filipino versions of the templates but it was deleted shortly. On the other hand, the second PDF file that was uploaded includes only the Filipino version with English translation.

I have divided the files into three zipped files for Grade 6, 10, and 12. Each zipped file contains 3 different versions such as the following:

Grade 6 Elementary Certificate

  • Filipino version with English translation (Enclosure No. 1 to DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016)
  • Filipino version (Enclosure No. 1A to DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016)
  • English version (Enclosure No. 1B to DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016)

Grade 10 Certificate of Completion

  • Filipino version with English translation (Enclosure No. 2 to DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016)
  • Filipino version (Enclosure No. 2A to DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016)
  • English version (Enclosure No. 2B to DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016)

Grade 12 Diploma

  • Filipino version with English translation (Enclosure No. 3 to DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016)
  • Filipino version (Enclosure No. 3A to DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016)
  • English version (Enclosure No. 3B to DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016)

For each file, I also created an additional page with a blue border design. You may opt to delete it if you want to.

HIGHLIGHTS OF DEPED ORDER NO. 7, S.2016

  • This year’s year end rites will be celebrated with the theme that focuses on the K to 12 Basic Education Program as a transformative vehicle for local and national development.
  • Under DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016, it was stated that graduation rites should be held on or before April 1, 2016.
  • Graduation rites should be simple but meaningful

For Public Schools Only

  • Expenses relative to the activity should be charged to the school Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) under the 2016 Budget;
  • Any DepEd personnel should not be allowed to collect any graduation/moving up/closing ceremony fees or any kind of contribution;

Download DepEd Order No. 7, s.2016 to read more about the said order.

TEMPLATE NAME                                         GET IT INSTANTLY

  1. Grade 6 Certificate                                            DOWNLOAD
  2. Certificate of Completion for Grade 10         DOWNLOAD
  3. Diploma Template for Grade 12                       DOWNLOAD

All of the templates can be printed on standard A4 size paper.

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  1. lorenz

    March 20, 2017 at 11:23 am

    thank much for sharing this template….. one thing that i could say is that ….. the term you used in the diploma is still “katunayan” it should be ” katibayan” as stated in the template attached in deped order#7, s. 2017

    • Omaru

      March 20, 2017 at 10:31 pm

      Good day Sir! Thanks for the heads up Sir. However, I have just posted latest Certificate of Completion/Diploma templates for this school year as enclosed from DO No. 8, s.2017. The one you saw above is from last year’s year end rites. Thank you.

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Brigada Eskwela 2017 t-shirt design Version 1

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If you want to use this Brigada Eskwela 2017 t-shirt design, just let me know by leaving a comment below. If more and more teachers will be requesting for this t-shirt, I might consider a mass production. Also, if you like this this post, kindly share it  on social media especially on Facebook . Thank you very much!

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Certificate of Completion and Diploma Templates for Grades 6, 10, and 12 (Enclosures to DO No. 8, s.2017)

Certificate of Completion and Diploma Templates for Grades 6, 10, 12 were initially enclosed in DO No.8, s. 2017. However, the Portable Document File (PDF) that is available for download at the official website of DepEd doesn’t contain the said templates. With that, I have attached them in this post. As stated by the Department of Education (DepEd), this year’s ceremonies shall focus on the theme Sabay-Sabay na Hakbang Tungo sa Maunlad na Kinabukasan. This theme highlights the importance of the concerted endeavor and collaborative efforts of the stakeholders and learners in achieving the shared vision of quality, accessible, relevant, and liberating basic education for all.  It emphasizes the significance of unity in forging a better and progressive future for the Filipino youth.

Unders DO 8, s. 2017 or School Year 2016-2017 End of School Year Rites, DepEd reiterates the government’s austerity program through the observance of the following policies:

  1. Graduation rites should be simple but meaningful which encourage civil rights, a sense of community, and personal responsibility. While these rites mark a milestone in the life of the learners, these should be conducted without excessive spending, extravagant attire, or extraordinary venue.
  2. Moving Up or Closing Ceremonies should be simple involving only the learners, their parents and the school;
  3. Non-academic projects such as attendance to field trips, film showing, junior-senior promenade and other school events should not be imposed as requirements for graduation or completion;

ALSO SEE: Graduation Programme Design in Microsoft Publisher Format

           Public Schools only

  1. Expenses relative to the activity should be charged to the school Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses under the 2017 Budget;
  2. Any DepEd personnel should not be allowed to collect any graduation/moving up/closing ceremony fees or any kind of contribution;
  3. Parent-Teachers Association (PTA) may give donations in cash or in kind; and
  4. Contribution for the annual yearbook, if any, should be on a voluntary basis.
  5. Further, the end of school year rites and moving up or closing ceremony should be conducted in an appropriate solemn ceremony befitting the learners and their parents and shall not be used as a political forum.

 

To download the Certificate of Completion and Diploma Templates for Grades 6, 10, and 12, just click the download button below or the sample certificate above.

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