Computerized Enrollment System of Judge Feliciano Belmonte Senior High School


  • Jomar Abrillo
  • KristineJoy Palacio
  • Monica Capuz
  • Patrick Quintos
  • Laurence Maglinte
  • Engr. Joel Cajipe


computerized enrollment process, time consuming


The purpose of this system is to lessen the time consumed by the students in enrolling. It also allows the Maglite school management to easily assign all incoming students to their perspective sections. The system will provide an accurate and reliable enrollment process to help the school with the enrollment process because the school previously used a manual enrollment process. The systems development life cycle was used. Using this method, we gathered the information of the respondents who experienced the manual enrollment process through an interview, a questionnaire, and a survey to address the problems they encountered. Based on the results of the study, the client encountered the following problems: 1) manual sectioning, 2) the high number of students caused by slow transactions by using the manual enrollment process, and 3) not secured information of the students. To fixes these problems, we automatically assigned the section of the student depending on their strands. We also used a computerized enrollment process that will get all the information of the students. We also created a log-in form for the staff and admin to secure all information of the students in the system. Considering that the school previously used a manual enrollment process, we proposed a computerized enrollment system that will improve the enrollment process by decreasing the time consumed by students when enrolling. The direct conversion was used to test the system if it is reliable to use.



How to Cite

Abrillo, J. ., Palacio, K. ., Capuz, M. ., Quintos, P. ., Maglinte, L. ., & Cajipe, E. J. . (2020). Computerized Enrollment System of Judge Feliciano Belmonte Senior High School. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Bestlink College of the Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 2(1). Retrieved from

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