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The National Schools Press Conference (NSPC) is the highest competition for journalism in both private schools and public elementary and high schools in the Philippines. Established in the year 1991 in pursuant to the Secretary. 1 Rule IX of Republic Act 7079 also known as Campus Journalism Act of 1991. The press conference includes both students from the elementary and secondary level.

The journalism contest starts with the District Schools Press Conference (DSPC) where the top five in the Division Schools Press Conference (DSPC) in each category qualifies to the Regional Schools Press Conference (RSPC), from which the top three will be chosen to represent their respective regions in the National Schools Press Conference (NSPC). However, this structure would still depend on the organizing committees to ensure a higher standard for the campus journalists.


Marco Giorgione A. Dava (III-Beryllium) -- 3rd place - Copyreading and Headline Writing (English)

Marynel G. Dela Riarte (III-Lithium) -- 3rd place - Photojournalism (Filipino)

Rhevie Rose G. Albonian (III-Neon) -- 9th place - Copyreading and Headline Writing (Filipino)

Nicolas Evan G. Fuentes (IV-Graviton) -- 10th place- Editorial Writing (Filipino)

Jinnah Mae C. Villanueva (III-Neon) -- 10th place - Newswriting (Filipino)


Maria Carmela Paula P. Blacer -- (English)

Nena S. Huyong -- (Filipino)

Cristia J. Magsipoc -- (Filipino)