In this page, we will guide you on how your school can have G Suite for Education.

Step 1. Does your school have a domain?

No. Our school does not have a domain.

Below are your options.

Register by yourself

Your first option is to register an domain through PHNET by yourself.

Register with QSR

Your second option is for QSR to register your domain with a minimal service fee on top of the PHP 2,500 registration fee.

Free domain

Your third option is to avail of the free domain provided by QSR.

Once you have a domain, please proceed to the next section.

Yes. Our school already has a domain.

Excellent! You are now closer to getting G Suite for Education. Please answer each question below.

1. Do you have access to your DNS management portal?

Yes - Excellent! Please proceed to question 2.

No - Please ask the person in charge of your DNS. This is mostly likely your IT administrator personnel.

2. Do you use your domain for email services? Do you have an email account under your domain?

Yes - It is not advisable to have two email mail services for one domain. Think about which you prefer to use - the current mail service or G Suite? Please proceed to question 3.

No - Excellent. Please proceed to Step 2.

3. If your school does not want to change the current set up of your domain, please see the options below.

Option 1: Add a subdomain under your current domain (e.g.

Option 2: Register a new domain

Option 3: Avail of the free domain from QSR.

Step 2. Prepare the Requirements


  1. Department of Education (DepEd), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), or Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) recognition certificate.

  2. For non-profit, a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) document.

  3. For domain, an authorization letter.

  4. For domain, a signed right-to-use agreement which will be provided by the QSR team.

School Profile

  1. Name of School

  2. School's Complete Address

  3. Name of Principal

  4. Email Address of Principal

  5. Name of School IT Admin

  6. Email Address of IT Admin

  7. Name of School Representative

  8. Email Address

  9. Contact Number

  10. Number of Faculty and Staff

  11. Number of Students

  12. Current Web Presence (website or Facebook page)

  13. School Domain Name or Preferred Domain Name

Once you have all the requirements, please proceed to step 3.

Step 3. Register your domain for G Suite for Education.

QSR can sign up for you

QSR shall sign up your domain for G Suite for Education

Congratulations! You now have access to a powerful set of tools for your school.

First Week with G Suite for Education

We recommend going over this six different resources (one per day) to continue setting up and learning about G Suite for Education.

Day 0 (today). Quickstart IT setup guide

You can proceed to Step 3 of the Quickstart IT setup guide since we already did step 1 and 2 when we setup your G Suite for Education.

Day 1. Security admin checklist

It's important to go over the page and learn how to setup and secure your G Suite for Education.

Day 2. How the organizational structure works?

Before creating email accounts for your teachers and students, make sure you understand organization structure in G Suite.

Day 3. Requesting more accounts

You have 10,000 user licenses with a G Suite for Education account. You can request more accounts if you need them.

Day 4. Classroom Admin Setup

Google Classroom makes teaching more productive and meaningful by streamlining assignments, boosting collaboration, and fostering communication. Educators can create classes, distribute assignments, send feedback, and see everything in one place. This application is exclusively available to G Suite for Education (other version don't have it). It's important for you as an administrator to set this up.

Day 5. Turn on Meet video calling

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down and everyone is looking for resources to communicate and connect. G Suite for Education includes Hangouts Meet - it's a video conference tool teachers can use to communicate with students and colleagues. Today, learn how to set it up and its benefit by going through the blog post linked above and all the links in it.

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