As technology continues to advance, computers are becoming more part of everyday life. Computers are everywhere at work, at school, and at home .Daily activities either involve the use of or depend on information from a computer. This maybe because computers are used in almost every field and profession like education and office works to perform large number of computer application .It is also the best solution for providing information and a way of communications in every individual and gives better understanding of some event s that can arouse the interest of some particular subject matter. The computerized world is a highly efficient one. The extensive records will not be a problem to a post industrialized society, likewise the unreliable and slow processing and preparing student record and enrollment summary of report. At Lord Immanuel Institute Foundation Inc. (FIILI) there are hundred students taking several year levels. The populations of the student in mentioned School are continued to grow which means also that an increase of records are handled by the Guidance Councilor. Clearly the manual system of enrollment and student record keeping are too much time consuming task. Computer can be considered as another instrument for developing a system like enrollment in every school. This can be a great help to those students, teachers and school who are handling many task from providing easier and faster access. Background of the Study
The Lobo International Institute Foundation, Inc. (LIIFI) was a non-profit, non-stock Foundation registered under SEC Registry NO.A2001112151, approved on August 15, 2001 it was conceived in God’s heart through the leadership of Rev. Paul K. Yoo and Dr. Elizabeth Z. Yoo despite of difficulties and trials during the period of conception. It has open evangelistic enrollment. The LIIFI started its operation June, 2002 for the school year 2002-2003 under government Permit No. 040, series of 2002, issued on June 20, 2002. On April 2, 2004, The Lobo International Institute Foundation, Inc. was finally recognized by the government under Government Recognition (R-IVA) No.053 series of 2004 for the complete secondary course effective as of school year 2003-2004. The founders were under undue pressure to start the school in a short period of time allotted to them as there was a serious threat to land-grab the mission-owned property usually by a group who wanted to use the property for a for-profit school. During first three and a half years, the LIIFI was involved in a legal struggle for survival. Due to this strategic planning was set aside. All legal cases were settled in favor of LIIFI. “Now thanks be to God who always leads us in triumph in Christ and through us diffuse the fragrance of His knowledge in every place” (2 Corinthians 2:14). On October 18, 2011, the Office of the Regional Director of the Philippines Department of Education send a memorandum to the school with the following subject: “Private Schools Bearing “Foreign”/”International” in their Names” and mandated a name change: remove “international” but retain “foundation”. The school is in the process of changing its name to Lord Immanuel Institute Foundation, Inc. and will retain the LIIFI as an abbreviation. LIIFI VISION STATEMENT:
From the LIIFI will come graduates who love God with all their heart, all their soul, all their mind, all their strength, and who will be part of the great army of the living God equipped by Him, as disciple-makers, in all areas of life to boldly extend His Kingdom with love to the end of the earth, to the end of the age, to the praise of His glory. “Then the Lord answered me and said; “Write the vision And make it plain on the tablets, That he may run who reads it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time; But at the end it will speak, and it tarries, wait for it; Because it will surely come, it will surely come, it will not tarry.” Habakkuk 2:2-3...
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