THE PSHS SYSTEM IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICANTS FOR LATERAL ADMISSIONS FOR PROSPECTIVE AVAILABLE SLOTS FOR INCOMING GRADES 8 and 9 IN THE PSHS CAMPUSES FOR S.Y. 2018 - 2019.
THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION IS ON APRIL 16, 2018.
Philippine Science High School-Bicol Region Campus is in need of the following:
1. Accountant II
2. Administrative Assistant III
Please see attached file for details.
To all students, there will be no classes on Monday, October 16, 2017 due to Transport Strike.
Camarines Sur Association of Secondary School Paper Advisers (ASSPA) President Eden Alarcon commented as Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus (PSHS –BRC) scholars showcased their talents in the arts during the 4th Congressional Secondary Schools Press Conference Opening Ceremonies last August 25.
“It was an extraordinary presentation where in yung mga student journalist nachallenge to come up with intermission numbers themselves, “she stated.
The program began with an interpretative dance of Via Dolorosa given by the Pisay Performing Arts Guild (PiPAG) dance troupe which was shorty followed by the PiPAG Anklong Orchestra with their renditions of Willian Tell, Cherry Pink, Si Pilemon and Sway.
“Actually po, bilib talaga po ako ‘ta first time ko makahiling ning arog kaitong instruments sa stage,” said Carmen Moreno of San Ramon National High School, one of the participants.
The Pisay Choir also performed their rendition of May Bagong Umagang Parating as conducted by PiPAG adviser, Mr. Joel Reginales.
“I’m actually surprised. Relieved naman po ako na may nagappreciate ng performances namin. Especially dahil pinaghirapan naming po iyon,” said Rainier Robbie Bobiles, one of the members of the group when asked for a reaction.
The training of the acts was supervised by Mr. Reginales along with Ms. Irish Rocha and Mr. Francis Barrio which are part of the campus’s Physical Education Health and Music Department.
"You hold great power - a power that can transform a society… if this is used rightly."
This was said by Philippine Science High School - Bicol Region Campus (PSHS - BRC) Student Services Division (SSD) Chief, Joy Melga Olazo as she welcomed the journalists of the Partido area during the 4th Congressional Secondary Schools Press Conference last August 25.
In her speech, Olazo pointed out that journalist of today must uphold responsible journalism through ethical use of social media.
"You empower the digital natives - the millennials. You are the foreground of using technology for proper dissemination of the needed information which should engender peace, unity, and transformation," she added.
Olazo challenged the journalists saying it is their duty to promote and sustain social consciousness for a better society.
“The pen is mightier than the sword,” reminded Olazo.
Furthermore, Olazo also said that the conference was an opportunity of “strengthening the bond, strengthening camaraderie, and strengthening friendship among journalists.”
"This press conference is not just about winning or losing. It is about the gift God has given you." Olazo further said.
PHILIPPINE SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL-BICOL REGION CAMPUS is in need of applicants for the following vacant positions:
- ONE (1) SUPERVISING ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER/Salary Grade 22
- ONE (1) ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER V (PROPERTY OFFICER)/Salary Grade 18
- ONE (1) ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER IV (RECORDS OFFICER)/Salary Grade 15
- TWO (2) SCIENCE RESEARCH SPECIALIST I/Salary Grade 13
- ONE (1) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT III/Salary Grade 9
- ONE (1) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II/Salary Grade 8
- ONE (1) ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE IV/Salary Grade 4
- ONE (1) GUIDANCE SERVICE ASSOCIATE/Salary Grade 12
- FIVE (5) SPECIAL SCIENCE TEACHER IV/Salary Grade 22
- FOUR (4) SPECIAL SCIENCE TEACHER V/Salary Grade 24
- ONE (1) SPECIAL SCIENCE TEACHER I/Salary Grade 13
Please see attached files for more details.
Ron Mikel Surara, a PSHS-BRC G9 scholar, bagged a Bronze Medal in the recently concluded 20th Singapore National Olympiad in Informatics hosted by the NUS School of Computing at the National University of Singapore on March 18, 2017.
He joined the Philippine Team with six members who all have won medals. Robin Yu (Xavier School) took home a gold, Andrew Ting (Xavier School) clutched a silver, together with Farrell Eldrian Wu (MGC New Life Christian Academy), while Franz Louis Cesista (Philippine Science High School – Eastern Visayas Campus) and Kim Bryann Tuico (Manila Science High School) were also awarded with bronze medals.
The National Olympiad in Informatics is annually joined by students from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vitenam and the Philippines who have exemplary programming skills where they outdo each other in solving problems through computer programming.
John Rainer Joaquin, BRC Computer Science teacher, served as Surara’s coach. He expressed delight on the pride his student brought home despite his absence during the actual competition in Singapore after his wife gave birth to their first child the day they were supposed to leave for the competition.
Of the 36 competing teams from 20 schools all over the region, two teams of Pisay-Bicol scholars notched two of the three major prizes in the recently concluded 4th Inter-Junior High School Biosciences Quiz Bee on March 3, 2017 at the Ateneo de Naga University.
The team comprised by Simon Paul Salvatori Altar, Aaron James Libuit and Edrian Octavo bagged the championship. Meanwhile, the team of Hannah Fenina Estrella, Juchele Mhyene Sta. Isabel and Joshua Beltran emerged as 2nd –Runner Up.
The competition had two rounds. During the Elimination Round, the teams from PSHS-BRC got the first and second ranks qualifying them, alongside with eight other teams, to the Final Round which they dominated.
The winning PSHS-BRC teams -- together with their coach, Jona Lou Mesia (Biology Unit Head) -- were awarded with medals, trophies and cash prizes.
It was the fourth instalment of the said event but it was the first time that PSHS-BRC sent a team to compete. The Inter-Junior High School Biosciences Quiz Bee this year was sponsored by Biology Teachers Assoc. of the Phils. (BIOTA) Bicol Chapter; Ateneo de Naga University College of Science and Engineering Natural Sciences Department; Ateneo Biology Majors Organization (ANBIOM); and BANHI for Environmental Sustainability.
THE PSHS SYSTEM IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICANTS FOR LATERAL ADMISSIONS FOR PROSPECTIVE AVAILABLE SLOTS FOR INCOMING GRADES 8 and 9 IN THE PSHS CAMPUSES FOR S.Y. 2017 - 2018.
THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION IS ON APRIL 17, 2017.
For details on the application process, you may visit the Application for Lateral Admission page.
Ron Mikel Surara, a PSHS-BRC G9 scholar, bagged the Bronze Prize in the recently concluded National Olympiad in Informatics at UP Ayala TechnoHub on February 18-19, 2017 earning him a ticket to the Singapore Informatics Olympiad comes March this year.
Prior to the finals, there was an online elimination open for all interested students from all over the country. Out of the 30 national qualifiers, seven were from PSHS Bicol Region Campus. Other scholars who have reached the finals are Justin Che Romero, Rae Gabriel Samonte, Jed Arcilla, AC Mabute, Hans Olaño and Johnbell De Leon.
The Informatics Olympiad is annually joined by students from all over the country who have exemplary programming skills where they outdo each other in solving problems through computer programming.
John Rainer Joaquin, SST III and coach of the BRC Informatics Team, expressed delight on this another national win following the previous years’ streak. They now barely have a month to prepare for the informatics competition in Singapore which will be on March 19, 2017.