Parents must sign the Declaration of Citizenship the very first time they enroll their children at CSA as foreign nationals wherein they declare that they will abide by the following school policies on student citizenship.
Colegio San Agustin shall consider only the citizenship declared on the Enrollment Slip during registration by the student, his/her parent, guardian or representative.
Parents will be held responsible for the veracity of the information on the Enrollment Slip, inclusive of citizenship, which will be used as basis of fees/ges, sectioning and other purposes.
Once admitted into the school, the student may not change his/her citizenship for as long as he/she is enrolled at Colegio San Agustin.
A student with a right to dual citizenship (ex. Filipino and American) will have to choose only one while enrolled at Colegio San Agustin. He/She must, however, show proof of the citizenship he/she wishes to declare. If Filipino, he/she should present recognition papers and a valid Philippine passport, if alien, a valid passport from the country of citizenship.
Alien students with 9A (tourist/balikbayan) visas should secure a special study permit from the Bureau of Immigration in Intramuros, Manila after obtaining an acceptance letter from the Registrar’s Office.
Students exempted from securing special study permits are native-born children and those of 9E (diplomats), 9G/SIRV/SRRV/SSWV (investors) and 13G (permanent residents) valid visa holders.
Alien students are exempted from the fourth year high school ACP class.