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Introduction

The High School Department envisions itself as a center of quality and excellent secondary education that meets the changes and challenges of the times. It is a people-oriented department committed to honest and dedicated service to the youth, thus making them total persons who  are functional, upright and God-fearing members of society.

General Objectives

  1. Continue the general education started in the Elementary School and Junior High School.
  2. Prepare the learners for college.
  3. Prepare the learners for the world of work.

Specific Objectives

  • To accept and receive the presence of God in his/her life as his/her Creator though the moral formation program.
  • To enjoy learning activities that enhance the development of visual perception and discrimination, motor skills, neuro-muscular coordination, shape recognition, situational and real-life comprehension, logical thinking and sequencing, association and reasoning, reproduction of forms and auditory discrimination. These skills and knowledge shall help them build their self- confidence.

Admission

The admission requirements of the Senior High School Department shall be as follows:

For Incoming Senior High School Students

SPCAT Result 

  • Original and Photocopy of Form 138 (Grade 10 Card)
  • Original and Photocopy of Form 137 (School Student Permanent Record GR 10)
  • Two (2) (2″X2″) pictures (Colored with white background and name tag)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character signed by the HS Principal/Guidance Counselor 
  • National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE) result if any
  • PSA authenticated Birth Certificate. If it is not readable, submit the one issued by the Local Civil Registrar
  • Certificate of JHS Completion (Photocopy)

For Transferees

SPCAT Result 

  • PSA authenticated Birth Certificate. If it is not readable, submit the one issued by the Local Civil Registrar.
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character signed by the HS Principal/Guidance Counselor
  • Report CArd/F-138 (Original & Photocopy)
  • 2x2 pictures (2 pcs.)
  • Certificate of JHS Completion (Photocopy)

Core Subjects

  1. Oral Communication – The development of listening and speaking skills and strategies for effective communication in various situations.
  2. Reading and Writing Skills – The development of reading and writing skills as applied to a wide range of materials other than poetry, fiction and drama.
  3. Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino – Pag-aaral tungo sa pananaliksik ukol sa kalikasan, katangian, pag-unlad, gamit at paggamit ng Wikang Filipino sa mga sitwasyong komunikatibo at kultural sa lipunang Pilipino.
  4. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Iba’t Ibang Teksto Tungo sa Pananaliksik – Pag-aaral sa proseso ng pagbasa at pagsusuri ng iba’t ibang anyo at uri ng teksto na nakatutulong sa pagbuo at pagsulat ng sistematikong pananaliksik.
  5. 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World – Study and appreciation of the literature of the region where the school is located in relation to the literature of the other regions of the country.
  6. Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Regions – The subject covers various contemporary arts practices of the region where the school is located. It aims to provide students with an appreciation of broad range of styles in the various disciplines with consideration on their elements and principles, and engage them to an integrative approach in studying arts. Through this subject, students will broaden and acquire the necessary creative tools that open opportunities in pursuing their individual career goals and aspirations.
  7. Media and Information Literacy – The course introduces the learners to basic understanding of media and information as channels of communication and tools for the development of individuals and societies. It also aims to develop students to be creative and critical thinkers as well as responsible users and competent producers of media and information.
  8. General Mathematics – At the end of the course, the students must know how to solve problems involving rational, exponential and logarithmic functions; to solve business-related problems; and to apply logic to real-life situations.
  9. Statistics and Probability – At the end of the course, the students must know how to find the mean and variance of a random variable, to apply sampling techniques and distributions, to estimate population mean and proportion, to perform hypothesis testing on population mean and proportion, and to perform correlation and regression analyses on real-life problems.
  10. Earth and Life Science – This learning area is designed to provide a general background for the understanding of Earth Science and Biology. It presents the history of the Earth through geologic time. It discusses the Earth’s structure, composition, and processes. Issues, concerns, and problems pertaining to natural hazards are also included. It also deals with the basic principles and processes in the study of biology. It covers life processes and interactions at the cellular, organism, population, and ecosystem levels.
  11. Physical Science – Evolution of our understanding of matter, motion, electricity, magnetism, light, and the universe from ancient times to the present; applications of physics and chemistry concepts in contexts such as atmospheric phenomena, cosmology, astronomy, vision, medical instrumentation, space technology, drugs, sources of energy, pollution and recycling, fitness and health, and cosmetics.
  12. Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person – An initiation to the activity and process of philosophical reflection as a search for a synoptic vision of life. Topics to be discussed include the human experiences of embodiment, being in the world with others and the environment, freedom, intersubjectivity, sociality, being unto death.
  13. Physical Education and Health – offers experiential learning for learners to adopt an active life for fitness and lifelong health. The knowledge, skills and understanding which include physical and health literacy competencies support them in accessing, synthesizing and evaluating information; making informed decisions; enhancing and advocating their own as well as others’ fitness and health. This course on exercise for fitness enables the learner to set goals, monitor one’s participation in aerobic and muscle- and bone-strengthening activities and constantly evaluate how well one has integrated this into one’s personal lifestyle. It consists of an array of offerings which learners can choose from.
  14. Pansariling Kaunlaran – Ang kursong ito ay makatutulong sa mga mag-aaral ng senior high school sa pagkakaroon ng kamalayan sa antas ng pag-unlad (development stage) na kinabibilangan upang lubos na maunawaan ang sarili at ang mga mahahalagang indibidwal sa kanila tungo sa paglikha ng mahahalagang pasya sa kurso, trabaho o bokasyon bilang nagdadalaga/nagbibinata. Ang kurso ay binubuo ng mga modyul na tumutugon sa pangunahing gampanin at pangangailangan sa pansariling kaunlaran (personal development). Gamit ang experiential learning approach, and bawat modyul ay humihikayat sa mga mag-aaral na manaliksik (explore) ng mga tiyak na tema/paksa sa kanilang kaunlaran. Ang personal na repleksyon, pagbabahagi ng sarili at mga lektyur ay makakatulong upang lumitaw at maipaliwanag ang mahahalagang konsepto, teorya, at kagamitan sa iba’t ibang larangan sa sikolohiya.
  15. Understanding Culture, Society and Politics – This course uses insights from Anthropology, Plotical Science, and Sociology to develop students’ awareness of cultural, social and political dynamics, and sensitivity to cultural diversity; provide them with an understanding of how culture, human agency, society and politics work; and engage them in the examination of the country’s current human development goals.
  16. Earth Science – This learning area is designed to provide a general background for the understanding of the Earth on a planetary scale. It presents the history of the Earth through geologic time. It discusses the Earth’s structure and composition, the processes that occur beneath and on the Earth’s surface, as well as issues, concerns, and problems pertaining to Earth’s resources.
  17. Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction (also GAS specialized subject) – This course focuses on the application of scientific knowledge and the solution of practical problems in a physical environment. It is designed to bridge the gap between theoretical science and daily living.

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