In an age of rapid technological advances, a strong educational program is essential for a certain country in order to produce globally competent graduates. As of now, our country is not educating enough technologically skilled and knowledgeable workers, a situation that will compromise our competitive advantage in an increasingly global economy. To support a vision of global competency which ensures that all students receive high quality instruction, the Department of Education recommends — K-12. K to 12 is defined as kindergarten to the 12 years of combined elementary and high school education. Having that into context, Baliuag University is K-12 ready. Not to mention that our University, particularly, is the host school for the week-long bridge program this summer — to prepare education practitioners on this breakthrough.