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Five graduating students from batch Halcyon have been offered admissions and grants in international universities. The names of the students, as well as details of the universities, majors, and grants are as follows:

Kaye Richelle Duarte (top left)

New York University Shanghai (China)


Awarded scholarship - full tuition and fees


Hofstra University (USA)


Awarded Provost Scholarship 


Jeris Grace Gonzales (top right)

New Jersey Institute of Technology (USA)

Biomedical Engineering

Awarded scholarship grants


Rutgers University-New Brunswick (USA)

Biomedical Engineering

Awarded scholarship grants


University of Florida (USA)

Biomedical Engineering

Awarded scholarship grants


Mary Catherine Therese Lemana (bottom left)

New York University Shanghai (China)

Awarded scholarship grants


Jysel Ashley Ayop (bottom right)

National Tsing Hua University (Taiwan)

Engineering Technology

Awarded scholarship - tuition fee and stipend


Jacobs University Bremen (Germany)

Industrial Engineering

Awarded Jacobs At Ease Financial Aid Award


Bentley University (USA)

Actuarial Science


Rangsit University (Thailand)

Information and Communication Technology

One other student has also been awarded a scholarship in an international university but requested not to be named.

Congratulations students!

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The Philippine Science High School Southern Mindanao Campus joins the 2021 National Women’s Month Celebration in support of the Philippine Commission on Women. The theme since 2017 is “We make change work for women”, which encapsulates how women should be active contributors as well as beneficiaries of national development.

 As a sign of support, PSHS SMC will execute the following PCW suggested activities for the whole month of March 2021: 

 March 1, 2021 - DOST-Wide Virtual Flag Ceremony

  • Uploading of the official 2021 NWMC banner in the school’s website and social media account
  • March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 – Wearing of anything purple all Mondays of March
  • March 1-8 – Online advocacy (Uploading and using of official PCW Facebook profile frame)
  • March 8 (staff) – Serbisyo para kay Juana (Provision of priority lane to female clients)
  • March 8-12 (faculty) – Setting aside time in synchronous classes to highlight a woman or women in subject or field taught that can raise awareness among students about contribution of women to society
  • March 11, 18, 23 – Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao Cluster fora (Topics to be announced)
  • March 24 – Forum on mental health
  • March 30 – DOST-wide forum

 Together, let us show appreciation for women’s various contribution in the society, honor women frontliners, workers, entrepreneurs, home makers, community volunteers, and other outstanding #Juanas especially during this ongoing health crisis, open more platforms to discuss women’s experiences in dealing with different situations and challenges such as this pandemic, and likewise put the spotlight on all Juans who help and contribute in normalizing redistribution of household chores and in showing other acts of gender sensitivity and equality. Truly #WomenMakeChange!


The Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Science High School System (DOST-PSHS System) congratulates the 1,706* students who made it as principal qualifiers as incoming Grade 7 scholars.

*85 chose not to publish their names in line with the Data Privacy Act

 For the complete list visit the link below.


Congratulations to the whole Philippine Science High School Southern Mindanao Campus community for keeping our campus physically and even virtually in place throughout these years! Onwards we go. Mabuhay and happy 33rd Founding Anniversary #PisaySMC!