academic-track

ACADEMIC TRACK

ACCOUNTANCY AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (ABM)

The strand aims to develop students with a solid grounding on all aspects of accounting and business including understanding organizations, business law and financial accounting.


GENERAL ACADEMIC STRAND (GAS)

This strand is purposively designed for those students who are still unsure of what course or degree they want to take in college. A student who finished on this strand can proceed to some college program.


HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (HUMSS)

The curriculum for HUMMS strand is designed for those who wonder what is on the other side of the wall. In other words, students are set ready to take on the world and talk a lot of people.

TECH VOC TRACK

DRESSMAKING/TAILORING NC-II​

The curriculum on (TLE) Dressmaking will lead to TESDA’s Naitonal Certification Level II (NC II). This course is design for a high school student to develop knowledge, skills and attitude to perform tasks on Dressmaking. It covers three competencies which the students ought to process namely:

  • Produce ladies skirt;
  • Produce ladies blouse;
  • Produce ladies trousers. 

BREAD AND PASTRY PRODUCTION NC-II​

Bread and Pastry strand aims to give the students a job-ready skills that can help them in finding the right employment or a business for themselves. This kind of specialization can lead to a livelihood on their home.


COOKERY NC-II​

Cookery NC II consists of competencies that a student must perform/achieve including preparing hot cold meals and desserts for guests and customers in various food and beverage service facilities.

A student with NC II qualification is competent to be employed in the Hot Kitchen Section as Cook, or Commis, or Assistant Cook.


COMPUTER PROGRAMMING NC-IV​

This is a specialization course that leads to National Certification Level IV (NC IV) in Programming. Aside from software development concepts it covers two important core competencies that a senior high school student out to posess, namely:

  1. Designing prgram logic and,
  2. Application of program development approach.

Towards the end, the students will be presenting their system project into which applications of what they have learned is challenged.