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PSHS-WVC Compliance with Section 93 (Transparency Seal) 
RA. No. 10155 (General Appropriations Act FY 2012) 
As reiterated by DBM National Budget Circular No. 542 dated August 29, 2012
 

I. Agency's Mandate, Vision, Mission & List of Officials 

Mandate
To offer on a free scholarship basis a secondary course with special emphasis on subjects pertaining to the sciences with the end in view of preparing its students for a science career (Sec. 2, RA 3661).
 
Vision
The country's leading science high school that prepares its scholars to become world-class Filipino scientists who are dedicated to nation-building.
 
Mission
The Philippine Science High School, operating under one System of governance and management, provides scholarships to students with high aptitudes in science and mathematics.
The PSHS offers an education that is humanistic in spirit, global in perspective, and patriotic in orientation. It is based on a curriculum that emphasizes science and mathematics and the development of well-rounded individuals.
The PSHS prepares its students for careers in science and technology and contributes to nation building by helping the country attain a critical mass of professionals and leaders
in science and technology.
 
Philosophy
The main purpose of the PSHS education is the integral development of its scholars.
Each PSHS scholar has unique giftedness and potentials which should be recognized and nurtured so that each one develops them to the fullest extent possible.
The PSHS special science curriculum engenders in our scholars a passion for learning and inspires them to choose careers in science and technology and so contribute to national development.
The PSHS is most effective in an environment characterized by all-around performance excellence, a dynamic and collaborative leadership, outstanding facilities, resources and support alliances, and an unswerving commitment of serviceto the nation and to one another.

 
LIST OF OFFICIALS
 
CONTACT US
 
Dr. Shena Faith M. Ganela
Campus Director  
 
Reynaldo C. Lulu
FAD Chief
  
William A. Larride
CISD Chief
 
Anecita T. Altis
SSD Chief
  
Dr. Rolando S. Libutaque
Humanities Department Head
 
Virginia A. Barlas
SMT Department Head 
 

II.   Annual Financial Reports   

FAR No.1 SAAOBDB
FAR No.4 Summary Report on Disbursements 
BAR No.1 
FAR No. 5 
Financial Plan 

III.  DBM Approved Budget and Targets 

IV.  Projects, Programs and Activites, Beneficiaries, and Status of Implementation

V.  Annual Procurement Plan 

VI.  System of Ranking Delivery Units and Individuals

VII. Agency Operational Manual 

(Approved QMS Manuals) 

VIII. Certification of Compliance

2016

Performance Based Bonus (PBB) Accomplishment Report
Agency Procurement Compliance Performance Indicator (APCPI)

2015