The Monol campus is already six years old in its current location at Tacay Road since it transferred from another location in 2008. Since its establishment, the academy has always kept a well-maintained, clean, and dependable home to ensure a worry-free and productive learning experience for everyone.
Further, to guarantee everybody’s safety and security inside and outside the campus, Monol has systematically organized its services and trained its personnel for any unprecedented situations.
Serving complete and balanced meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is one of the most important commitments of Monol to its students. Each meal is a combination of Asian cuisines, which also vary every day, and consists of healthy portions of vegetables, fruits, and meat.
Monol always provides assistance to students who need medical attention with its infirmary and diligent nurses.
Though Monol does not have a doctor, the nurse on-duty is capable of setting appointments with medical or dental doctors, can conduct room visits to sick students, as well as take those with severe illnesses to the hospital.
Monol purifies its own drinking water, instead of purchasing it in the market. The academy started this practice to reduce cases of stomach problems among the students.
Monol has complied with the necessary requirements for it to be acknowledged by the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) as a fire-safe building.
Apart from equipment, staff and personnel are also prepared by going through month-long, rigorous trainings with the BFP for fire safety, first-aid as well as search and rescue.
To ensure everybody’s safety, security officers at Monol are distributed to three shifts everyday. Also, a hundred meters away from the Monol campus is a police outpost. As part of the community’s crime prevention measure, all stores follow a curfew at 21:00 everyday.
The Philippines is known to have a rainy season that usually lasts for three to four months. During the strongest typhoons, affected regions would normally experience power outages that last for days, or worse up to weeks. At Monol, power outages are not a problem because the building and its operations are supported by Lister Petter, a Diesel-powered generator with wide range and scope. In case of any power out, the generator is always on standby to back up school operations 24/7.