Petition to Release Graduation Fee Breakdown and Administer a Graduation Orientation for Parents
This petition was written in line with our upcoming graduation and the issues with regards to the costly graduation fee. The author will be sending this petition with your affirmation signatures to the Student Affairs' Office and the Graduation Committee. Updates about the matter will be provided via email of the petitioners.
July 1, 2022
STI College San Jose Del Monte
Senior High School Student Body
Princess Kate Gonzales (Representative)
To whom it may concern,
In line with our upcoming graduation, we recognized several matters that remain unsolved. We are writing this letter to voice our concern about one of those.
Everyone wants the perfect graduation ceremony. If not perfect, then the one closest to it. This will only be possible if proper financial conditions are met, and the STI College San Jose Del Monte Senior High School student body understands that. However, we could not just simply pay three thousand bills.
The current situation of the undisclosed breakdown of the expensive graduation fee is unacceptable, and most of our parents seem to agree so. If a proper explanation had been provided, we could have apprehended the weight of the money being asked earlier without having to raise this concern.
The student body asks for your kind cooperation to disclose the breakdown of the graduation fee. Therefore, we can explain and justify this matter to our parents, and a parents' graduation orientation meeting should only be an alternative.
We hope for details about our graduation to be disclosed transparently so everyone can go through and on with the graduation ceremony at ease.
We appreciate the effort the graduation committee puts into hosting a flawless graduation ceremony for the very first on-site senior high school graduation on the STI College SJDM campus. The student body is confident that the concerned parties will address this matter by taking necessary actions.
Thank you for understanding.
On behalf of the graduating senior high school students,
Princess Kate Gonzales