The study has the following objectives: (1) determine the profile of the respondents; (2) find out the working conditions of the mothers of the respondents in terms of locality; (3) determine the attitudes of the respondents towards schooling; (4) determine if there is a significant difference on the attitudes towards schooling between the respondents whose mothers are overseas workers and non-overseas workers; and (5) identify if there is a significant difference between the academic performance of the respondents whose mothers are overseas workers and non-overseas workers. The study used a survey questionnaire adopted from the study entitled The Academic Performance and Attitudes towards Schooling of Pupils with OFW and Non-OFW Parents in Selected Elementary Schools of Parang North District, Shariff Kabunsuan and was distributed to all third year and fourth year nursing students of Letran Calamba. Chi-square was used to compare the academic performance of the respondents. Findings revealed that there is no significant difference on the academic performance of the respondents whose mothers are overseas workers and non-overseas workers. In terms of age, most of the respondents are 20 years of age; in terms of gender, most of them are female; the guardians of the respondents whose mothers are overseas are their grandparents, uncles/aunties, and other relatives, but most of them are under the care of their fathers; in terms of grade, most of the respondents have fair grades and a positive attitude towards schooling.