A Grade 11 student at the Philippine Science High School – Main Campus emerges as one of the top 11 winners of The Learning Network’s second annual STEM Writing Contest organized by The New York Times.
PISAYCOM envisions to inspire Filipino youth to communicate science towards national consciousness and enhance participants’ ability to laymanize science content through multimedia.
Some 1700 Grade 6 students have qualified to enter the Philippine Science High School System for School Year 2021-2022.
Philippine Normal University intensifies partnership with the DepEd and CHED through competence-based trainings.
Young Filipinos are taking initiatives during these trying times to help students learn essential competencies in science and math through free online-tutorial services.
The colorful appearance, packaging, trend, and price of toys entice people to buy them. However, there is more to these toys than what meets the eye.
Making full use of their science laboratories, the Philippine Science High School campuses are creating face shields from scratch to address the scarcity of personal protective equipment (PPE).