Amaya School of Home Industries

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Amaya School of Home Industries
Paaralan ng mga Industriyang Pantahanan ng Amaya
The seal of the Amaya School of Home Industries
Amaya School of Home Industries Emblem
Tanza, Cavite
Coordinates 14°22′08″N 120°49′30″E / 14.368841°N 120.825093°E / 14.368841; 120.825093
School type Technical-Vocational High School
Established June 18,1964
Opened 1971
Status Public
Principal Delia R. Romanes, Ed.D

Edwin H. Luna (Head Teacher VI, Related Subjects Dept.)

Carol Dahlia P. Cruz (Head Teacher III, TVE Dept.)
Grades 7 to 10 (Junior High School) ; 11 to 12 (Senior High School)
Gender Mixed
Language English,Filipino (Tagalog)
School colour(s) Blue & White         

Ang Watersyed (Filipino)

The The Watershed (English)
Curriculum Strengthened Vocational Education Program – Competency Based Curriculum (STVEP – CBC)

Amaya School of Home Industries (ASHI) is a public high school located at Sahud-Ulan, Tanza, Cavite, Philippines.The school was established by virtue of Republic Act No. 3987 which was approved on June 18, 1964.


The Amaya School of Home Industries in Sahod-Ulan, Tanza, Cavite was created under Republic Act 3987 sponsored by Cong. Justiano A. Montano, a native of barangay Amaya, Tanza, Cavite. This bill was approved by Congress on June 18, 1964 and it was finally opened on June 1971 with the amount of P70,000 for its initial operation. It was disseminated by a Division Memo No. 21, s. 1971 dated May 11, 1971. Awaiting the completion of documents and construction of buildings, the students were temporarily housed at Amaya Elementary School under the principalship of Mrs. Corazon Arayata. The school’s former name was Amaya Community High School were two batches graduated. The last two levels, 1st and 2nd year were transferred to the new site after the completion of the 2-storey room. On April 3, 1972 in preparation for the opening of classes SY 1972-1973, the Amaya School of Home Industries was born. Its curriculum offered two programs: The Vocational secondary school program and Out-of-School Youth and Adult Education program. The Vocational Secondary Program started with an initial enrolment of 133 students who were handled by seven teachers while the Out-of-School Youth had ninety (90) OSY and seven adults enrolled in Home Industries in taking up dressmaking, tailoring, shell craft and woodcraft handled by local technicians, sewers and instructors hired for three six months. The administrative and supervisory personnel were composed of the Home Industries training supervisor, accounting clerk, storekeeper, and janitor.

Type of School[edit]

Amaya School of Home Industries is a Public Technical Vocational High School which implements education programs in accordance with its curriculum. (STVE-CBP)


Administration Building

Being a Technical-Vocational School it implements the Strengthened Vocational Education Program – Competency Based Curriculum (STVEP – CBC). In the Vocational Department, the first year level takes the exploratory subjects, and in the second year to fourth year levels take the specialization courses like Automotive Servicing NC I, Beauty Care NC II, Dressmaking NC II, Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing NC II, Electricity and Installation Maintenance NC II, Shielded Metal Arc Welding NC I, Commercial Cooking NC II and Technical Drafting NC II.


ASHI's Organizational Chart

The school is headed by a Technical-Vocational School Administrator who is vocationally-oriented instructional leader and administrative manager. He/She is assisted by two department heads, Related Subjects Department Head and the Technical-Vocational Department Head.