3.3 million students registered early for SY 2022-2023 – Manila Bulletin
Over three million learners have already registered for the new school year based on data released by the Department of Education (DepEd) on Saturday 30 April.
Early bird registration for the 2022-2023 (SY) school year officially ended on Saturday.
As of April 29, DepEd early registration data showed that 3,309,923 learners across four grades have registered early for the upcoming school year.
Of this number, 251,711 learners are in kindergarten; 1,182,963 students in the 1st year; 758,135 7th grade students and 643,199 are secondary school students.
One-month early registration for SY 2022-2023 began on March 25.
DepEd: Early Bird Registration for SY 2022-2023 Begins March 25
Based on the latest data, Region IV-A has the highest number of early enrollees with 300,401 learners, followed by Region VII with 299,801 and Region V with 264,407.
DepEd said Early Registration is an annual activity conducted by DepEd to ensure incoming learners in Kindergarten, 1st, 7th and 11th grade register before the opening of the new year. school.
This activity is conducted to help the agency “better anticipate and manage possible challenges and concerns” for the next SY.
In the current school year, DepEd data showed there were 7.4 million enrolled at these grade levels.
Last week, DepEd unveiled its proposed school calendar for SY 2022-2023 which indicated that the new school year could start in August.
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