Strive for Quality and Aim for Excellence!
Levelling up is an inevitable process that would ensure quality service of every institution. It is an advantage for everyone especially those in the government sector, the school in particular, to have an efficient mode of communication through the advancement of technology.
|January 18 - 20||3rd Periodic Test|
|January 20 - February 10||Application for Incoming Grade 7|
|February 11||Entrance Examination|
|April 4||Issuance of Report Cards|
Oafallas bags 2nd in the 39th NCRSSPC
Kenneth Neil B. Oafallas bagged 2nd Place in editorial writing during the awarding of the 39th NCR Secondary Schools Press Conference (NCRSSPC) held at Mandaluyong Elementary School on Dec. 5, 2015.
Reading Month Celebration: a Success!
Reading Month Celebration is an annual tradition of different schools to give recognition and importance to reading. It is celebrated every month of November. And this year, the theme was “Nasa Pagbasa ang Pag-asa.”
Teachers’ Day celebrated
To give honor and recognition to the hardships and sacrifices of the teachers, an annual Teacher’s day was celebrated last Oct. 6, 2015 at the Pasay City Science High School’s Gym.
The program started with a mass dedicated to the teachers which was lead by Fr. Pascal of San Roque Church. After the mass, the Supreme Student Government (SSG) prepared a program. A grand entrace was given to the teachers who were assisted by the SSG Officers. Games and short presenttions were also perpared by selected students from different year levels.
13th Foundation Day: Opening Salvo for PCSciHS
In line with the school’s founding anniversary, a culminating activity was held at the gymnasium on June 17, 2015, few weeks after the opening of classes.
The said event started with a thanksgiving mass attended by students and teachers. After the mass, the most awaited program began.
There were two competitions held; first was the adaptation of “Your Face Sounds Familiar”, which was won by Abbygale Regencia of Cluster 4 who imitated Michael Jackson. Other winners were Meryll Dela Peña of Cluster 2 who imitated Lady Gaga, second place and Anaidrene Garcia of Cluster 3, third place for imitating Donnalyn Bartolome. The second competition was the Hataw Sayaw. Cluster 3 won first place, Cluster 2 won second, and the third placer was Cluster 1. Different booths were set up by the SSG Officers for the students to enjoy, to have fun and to play games at which they can win different prizes.
The highlight of the program was the “Deal or No Deal” spearhead - ed by SSG. After several questions for the elimination round, Champagne Declaro of 10-Einstein was the last woman standing. In the end she won ₱1,000.
Another memorable year of celebrating Foundation day has ended and students went home with pride saying, “Proud to be a Pascian.”