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Malayan High School of Science

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* Science and Technology 1 (Integrated Science)
* Math 1 (Elementary Algebra)
* English 1 (Comm. Arts & Phil. Literature)
* Filipino 1 (Sining ng Komunikasyon at Ibong Adarna)
* Social Studies 1 (Phil History & Government)
* Technology Skills 1 (Integrated Technology)
* MAPEH 1(Music, Arts, PE and Health)
* Values Education 1
* Science 1A (Earth/Environmental Science)*
* Science 1A (Earth/Environmental Science)*
* ICT 1 (Introduction to Information & Communication Technology)*


* Science and Technology 2 (Biology)
* Math2 (Intermediate Algebra)
* English 2 (Comm. Arts & Afro-Asian Literature)
* Filipino 2 (Sining ng Komunikasyon at Florante at Laura)
* Social Studies 2 (Asian History)
* Technology Skills 2 (Computer Aided Design and Drafting)
* MAPEH 2 (Music, Arts, PE and Health)
* Values Education 2
* Science 2A (Chemistry 1)*
* Math 2A (Geometry)*
* ICT2 (Program Logic Formulation & Introduction to Computer Programming)*


* Science & Technology 3 (Chemistry)
* Math 3 (Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry)
* English 3 (Comm. Arts & American Literature)
* Filipino 3 (Sining ng Komunikasyon at Noli Me Tangere)
* Social Studies 3(World History)
* Technology Skills 3 (Electronics)
* MAPEH 3 (Music, Arts, PE and Health
* Values Education 3
* Science 3A (Physics 1)*
* Research1 (Methods of Research 1)*
* Math3A ( Advanced Statistics)*
* ICT3 (Advance Computer Programming)*


* Science & Technology 4 (Physics 2)
* Math 4 (Analytic Geometry & Calculus)
* English 4 (Comm. Arts & World Literature)
* Filipino 4 (Sining ng Komunikasyon at El Filibusterismo)
* Social Studies 4(Economics)
* Technology 4 (Introduction to Robotics)
* MAPEH 4 (Music, Arts, PE and Health)
* Values Education 4
* Science 4A( Introduction to Molecular Biology & Biotechnology)*
* Research 2 (Methods of Research 2)*
* ICT4 ( Data Communications a & Networking)*


  • Malayans In Action: Taking Aim, Making a Mark

    Joining in the brightest and smartest representatives of the finest high schools in the Metro, the Malayan High School of Science made its mark by capping the fourth place in the recently concluded National Youth Congress Economics Quiz Bee held last August 29, 2009, at the UP School of Economics, Diliman, Quezon City.

    Leading the barrage is Camilla C. Bautista (IV-Threonine), one of Malayan Seniors’ academic top guns.

    She was joined in the said event by Piere Justin R. Luya (IV-Leucine), Kathleen C. Ching (IV-Threonine), Rachel Ira T.Avila (IV-Leucine), Kyle Zuleika Farrah M. Pandapatan (IV-Threonine), Dustin Lemuel A. Marcelo (IV-Alanine), Anya Selena C. Canlas (IV-Threonine), Ryan Jeremy M. Simbulan (IV-Alanine), Marco D. Rodriguez (IV-Leucine) and Ingrid Frances D. Ignacio (IV-Alanine).

    The competition which was participated in by no less than 200 high school student-delegates from all over Metro Manila, was part of the culminating activity of the 6th Annual National Youth Congress in Economics organized by the UP Economics Society.

    University of the Philippines-Integrated School, Xavier School, and Holy Spirit High School raked the first, second, and third places respectively in the same competition.

    Mr. Ronald Alvarez, Economics teacher and coach, accompanied the MHSS delegates.

    Every year, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) celebrates the National Science and Technology Week (NSTW). The purpose of the nationwide activity is to promote awareness of the role that S & T plays in national development.

    This year’s celebration was held on July 20-24, 2009 at PTRI Bldg, Bicutan, Taguig City with the theme, “Responding to Global Challenges through Science and Technology".

    Malayan High School of Science joined the festivities on the second day. A team of 40 students equally distributed from all year levels was chaperoned by 6 teachers and staff. They attended the talk related to chemistry and viewed a variety of exhibits that enhance interest in science and technology: power of reflection – to demonstrate a property of light, robots, and harp that uses laser string, among others.

    The day’s activity was highlighted by a chemistry quiz show that was participated in by one representative from five high schools, including MHSS. The other schools are Pateros National HS, Ma. Asuncion Rodriquez Tirga HS, Gen. R. Mapa Memorial HS and Sen. R. Cayetano Memorial Science and Technology HS. Piere Justin Luya, IV-Leucine of MHSS bested all the other contestants. For his achievement, Piere Justin received cash prize and a laboratory equipment (Newton’s Cradle) for the school.

    Congratulations Piere Justin. Congratulations Malayan High School of Science.
    First Placer in APC ROBO CUP 2009

    The Malayan High School of Science Robotics Team garnered First Place in the recently concluded APC Robo Cup 2009 elimination round for Area 1 ( Manila, Makati and Mandaluyong) held at the Asia Pacific College (APC) on September 4, 2009.

    Robo Cup 2009 is sponsored by the Asia Pacific College, Magallanes, Makati City. According to the school, the “Robo Cup is a special program designed to create awareness and appreciation of the latest trends in Philippine robotics. The Robo Cup aims to instill in the students a foundation in mathematics and science and technology through hands-on experience.”

    A week before the contest, the participants underwent a four-hour training and orientation on the ES3-IROBO kit. Each team were provided with two-sets of kit and were instructed to build and design a robot that can efficiently traverse a technical obstacle course within the shortest possible time.

    Results of the contest showed that the robot of the MHSS Robotics Team registered a winning time of 1 minute and 12 seconds. Second place went to Makati City Science High School (4 minutes, 37 seconds) and third place, Lourdes School of Mandaluyong City (over 19 minutes).

    Aside from winning the obstacle course contest, the team also garnered the award: Most Attractive Robot Design. For their outstanding performance, the Malayan team received plaques of recognition plus a cash prize of PhP 5,000.

    The members of the robotics team are Dustin Marcelo, Piere Luya, Ingrid Ignacio, Kathleen Ching, Camilla Bautista, Anya Canlas, Ira Avila, Ryan Simbulan, Marco Rodriguez, and Tristan Pascual. The coaches are Engr. Roel John Judilla, robotics teacher and Mr. Dhonny Bacuyag, physics teacher.
  • Kumusta naman ang school na ito?

    In terms of academics, student activities, administration, faculty and overall performance?
  • silverwhizsilverwhiz 10th PEx Oscar Pool Winner
    magkano tuition dito?
  • silverwhizsilverwhiz 10th PEx Oscar Pool Winner
    MAXTON wrote: »
    Kumusta naman ang school na ito?

    In terms of academics, student activities, administration, faculty and overall performance?

    tanong ko rin to :hmm:
  • MHSS tops cluster in 2012 National Achievement Test

    Emerging as one of the top-performing science high schools in the country, Malayan High School of Science (MHSS) achieved another major feat as it recently topped its respective cluster in the 2012 National Achievement Test (NAT).

    Among 16 schools in Cluster 4 of the Division of City Schools–Manila, who had 55 to 99 examinees for the aptitude test, MHSS ranked first with an overall mean percentage score (MPS) of 65.42, higher than its record of 53.78 in 2011.

    “We are happy upon learning that MHSS obtained Rank 1 among the schools in Manila. What really impressed us is that though we've only been around for seven years, we were able to best other well-established institutions,” said principal Dr. Efren B. Mateo.

    MHSS topped the subject areas that are at the heart of its academic curriculum, particularly Science, Math, and English, with an aptitude score of 57.11, 73.08, and 77.94, respectively. It also ranked second in Critical Thinking and Araling Panlipunan and third in Filipino.

    Dr. Mateo attributed such accomplishment to the entire institution’s relentless quest for academic improvement. “When the results of the NAT are released, we do an analysis of our performance in the different subject areas to determine the strengths and weaknesses of our students,” said Dr. Mateo. “We commit our faculty to teach well and motivate students to respond positively to the academic excursions presented to them.”

    The NAT is administered annually by the Department of Education (DepEd) to determine the academic performance of fourth-year high school students in the fields of Mathematics, Science, English, Filipino, and Araling Panlipunan. It is also used to assess the examinees’ aptitude and mastery of certain learning areas.


    Malayan actually beat UST Education High School and Uno High School, quite a remarkable feat for a relatively new school.

    The results for 2013 will be released early next SY. Hopefully MHSS maintains this.
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