Angeles City Science High School

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Angeles City Science High School
Mataas na Paaralang Pang-Agham ng Lungsod ng Angeles
Address
Doña Aurora St., Brgy. Lourdes Sur East,
Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines
Information
Type Public, Science High School
Established 1993 as Angeles City National High School - Special Science Class, renamed in 2006
Principal Mrs. Ma. Esperanza S. Malang

The Angeles City Science High School (Mataas na Paaralang Pang-Agham ng Lungsod ng Angeles) is a Secondary Public Science High School system located in Doña Aurora St. Lourdes Sur East, Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines. It was founded in 2006. It is a DepEd-recognized science high school.

History[edit]

Formerly known as the Angeles City National High School - Special Science Class, the school has been chosen as one of the 110 Science and Technology High Schools in the Philippines. The school currently has 14 classrooms, a computer laboratory, a covered court, a math laboratory, a research laboratory, a science laboratory and a library.

Achievements[edit]

The Special Science Class (ACSHS) was one of the schools to bag the UP-Pautakan Oblation Trophy after winning three years in a row. The Academic Team were winners in the Philips Mind Challenge of 2001 and the Sharp Minds Challenge in 2006. The school produces victors in DepEd sponsored competitions such as press conferences, science and math festivals, the MTAP, and many others. It also stands out in invitational contests hosted by the schools in the city.

In 2005, the school ranked 7th, among the 500 schools in the regional press conference. It also ranked second in the English regional achievement test among the seventeen divisions comprising Region III.

Transfer of campus[edit]

The SSC, which was turned-over by the DOST to DepEd in 1998 was allotted a portion of the lot where the Dr. Clemente N. Dayrit Sr. Elementary School stood. Today, the school address is at Dona Aurora St. Lourdes Sur East, Angeles City. The campus has nine buildings and a covered court.