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PSHS-EVC studes perform in Streetlight
Dawn Rhodette G. Bonifacio

 

Ten Philippine Science High School-Eastern Visayas Campus students participated in the musical show “Streetlight” by GenRosso held last March 12, 2014 at the Leyte Normal University Gymnasium.

Angelie Anagap, Athina Cabase, Celine Velarde, Kobe Bismark, John Kenneth Fraga, Rabin Ecaldre, Joshua Kempis, Trisha Catipay and Lorei Garnace were able to perform with music and dance enthusiasts and artists from the Philippines and from different countries.

“We learned lots of techniques on how to take care of the body such as exercise and aerobics,” said Beatrice Zabala, a senior of PSHS-EVC.

According to Ms. Cindy Campanero, Physical Education Instructor in PSHS-EVC, the two-day workshop focused on developing the students’ talents and skills and on developing the youth’s confidence

“The musical was very entertaining and the voices of the cast were mesmerizing,” remarked Charlynne Faye Magno, a senior who witnessed the event.

The musical was also performed by the crew around the Philippines, making their last show in Tacloban City.

 

 

Last Updated (Thursday, 17 July 2014 00:35)

 

PSHS-EVC
in Retrospect

After 20 years of existence, Philippine Science High School-Eastern Visayas Campus continues to soar high as it nurtures scientific-minded scholars. PSHS-EVC has now produced       graduates who have contributed to the school’s excellent performance.

The products of PSHS-EVC who are now professionals in science and technology have acquired exceptional achievements. The students of PSHS-EVC who are known to be of high caliber have also brought pride to the school’s name after bagging medals and trophies from different competitions in the national and international levels.

But before all these great things happened, PSHS-EVC was once an ordinary school which simply aimed to cater the youth skilled in science, mathematics, and technology. Let us now travel through time and witness how it all began.

Through the efforts of the late Congressman Cirilo “Roy” Montejo and the Board of Trustees of the PSHS System, the school was established on July 4, 1999 under the Republic Act 7373. PSHS-EVC first occupied the former Graduate School Building of Leyte Normal University in Tacloban City.

In 1996, PSHS-EVC transferred to a nipa hut infrastructure in Candahug, Palo, Leyte; and later, it started with only one three-story building in Pawing, Palo, Leyte.

With the hard work of the past directors, Director Lilia F. Vergara and Director Pedrito G. Padilla; and the present administration lead by Director Reynaldo B. Garnace, PSHS-EVC continues to spread its wings as the institution grows.

The campus is now composed of eight buildings which will still be developed and improved. Despite of Typhoon Yolanda’s destructive force, the expansion of the prestigious school goes on.

 

With the help of different benefactors, PSHS-EVC has indeed grown into a strong institution which will continue to flourish and give the best education to the scholars.

Last Updated (Friday, 30 May 2014 04:33)

 

PISAY EVC OFFERS NCE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM FOR JARO DISTRICTS

 

To prepare for the National Competitive Examination set on October 12, 2013, Philippine Science High School Eastern Visayas Campus conducted an Enhancement Program in Jaro, Leyte.

Fifty top performing pupils coming from 28 schools participated in the “Tulong Dunong Program” on August 17- September 14, 2013 held in Hibucawan Elementary School.

“This outreach program is intended to conduct enrichment sessions to Grade 6 pupils who have the potential to excel in Science and Mathematics,” Engr. Joan de la Cruz, the project coordinator, said.

Based on the result of the examinations, fewer qualifiers come from the remote barangays especially in Jaro District. Dr. Reynaldo B. Garnace, the Campus Director and project leader, emphasized that “This project aims to increase the number of passers of the NCE from the district.”

Dr. Josette T. Biyo, the Executive Director of PSHS System, visited the recipients of the program last September 14, 2013. She challenged the pupils to strive hard to pass the examination so that they can enter the PSHS System, gain quality education, and live a better life for their respective families and the country.”

“I am glad and honored that the PSHS EVC partnered with us in order to enhance the skills of our pupils and prepare for the NCE,” Mr. Beltran P. Beltran, the principal of Hibucawan Elementary School, remarked in the short program.

Mr. Edgar L. Cativo, the Jaro II District Science Coordinator/NCE Enhancement Program Co-Coordinator, expressed his profound gratitude to the school for accommodating the request to pursue the outreach program. “We are indebted to the school for granting our request,” he stressed. He further requested to have three more sessions with the top 25 takers based on the results of the post tests which Dr. Garnace responded positively. .

Dr. Garnace, in his closing message, expressed his appreciation to Dr. Biyo for gracing the occasion; to the members of the faculty of PSHS EVC for their wholehearted support to the outreach program, and to all the stakeholders of the Jaro Districts for their dynamic participation. “All these we do for the fulfillment of the dreams of our children,” he ended. (PSHS-EVC)

 

Last Updated (Thursday, 03 October 2013 01:52)

 

PSHS NCE results bared
By Dawn Rhodette Bonifacio

94 students proved themselves to be the “cream of the crop” of Region VIII after successfully passing the Philippine Science High School National Competitive Exam last October 12, 2013.

Out of approximately 1,400 examinees from all over the region, these students were able to show their excellence in science and mathematics during the four-hour test held at the PSHS-Eastern Visayas Campus and at the testing centers established by the system.

78.7% of the passers came from the different districts of Leyte while 15.0% came from the islands of Samar. The rest of the passers came from Biliran, Cebu, and Surigao del Norte.

Sto. Nino Sped Center, a public school in Tacloban City, once again garnered the greatest number of passers in the NCE. St. Therese Educational Foundation of Tacloban ranks second while St. Therese Christian Development Center Foundation and Cassidy Elementary School place third.

“I am very interested and very excited in entering PSHS and I expect that I will have a very challenging life there…,” said John Francis de los Reyes, a PSHS Main Campus and PSHS-EVC passer.

Despite of the inconveniences that the school is facing, Dr. Reynaldo Garnace, school director of PSHS-EVC, remains optimistic regarding the school’s condition.

According to Director Garnace, even with the limitations and problems caused by Typhoon Yolanda, the school will continue to strive for excellence.

“I can assure you and I can vouch that we can still give quality education,” affirmed Director Garnace.

Province

No. of NCE passers

Leyte

74

Samar

14

Biliran

4

Cebu

1

Surigao del Norte

1

 

 

 

School

No. of NCE passers

Sto. Nino Sped Center

10

St. Therese Educational Foundation of Tacloban (STEFTI)

7

St. Therese Christian Development Center Foundation (STCDCFI)

5

Cassidy Elementary School

5

 

Last Updated (Friday, 30 May 2014 03:02)

 

The Philippine Science High School Scholar, nurtured by competent faculty and staff, has a scientific mind and a passion for excellence, is dedicated to the service of country and committed to the pursuit of truth.

 
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