Comments: Aldrin Somera, a commenter of this blog post, said that the DFA at ASEANA did not accept the supporting documents if there is no valid ID. Because of this, I suggest that you get a valid ID when applying for passport.
Another commenter said that the DFA doesn't accept student driver's license. Aycee, another commenter, said that the DFA accepted the postal ID as valid ID for her aunt's and cousin's passport application.
Nfinium mentioned that DFA accepted her application even if she doesn't have ay valid ID. She submitted supporting documents that have photos like NBI clearance, police clearance and TOR with picture.
In the early comments, I said that supporting documents can be used in obtaining a passport even if you don't have any valid ID. Please disregard those old comments of mine. I was corrected by helpful commenters on this blog post. They clarified that valid ID is needed and the supporting documents is just used bolster the validity of your identity as shown on the ID.
Take note that the DFA is inconsistent when it comes to accepting IDs not included in their list of acceptable IDs. So, to be on the safe side I suggest that you bring valid ID when applying for a passport.
4. Voter's ID (included in the list as suggested by commenters on this post)
If you are using Old College ID then you should bring your Transcript of Record (TOR) as supporting document.
IDs Accepted According to Commenters
1. Old High School ID (with accompanying TOR OR form 137)
2. Postal ID
Take note that these IDs may or may not be accepted by DFA. It all depends on the strictness of the DFA clerk that you will encounter.