Malayan High School of Science
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|Malayan High School of Science|
|Manila, Metro Manila
|Type||Private, non-sectarian, run by the Mapua Institute of Technology / Malayan Colleges, Inc. of the Yuchengco Group of Companies|
|Motto||Imagine. Create. Exceed.|
|President||Dr. Reynaldo B. Vea|
|Principal||Jocelyn L. Antiporda|
|Grades||7 to 12|
|Campus||Urban, 1 hectare|
|Color(s)||Red and Gold|
|Nickname||Malayan Red Robins|
The Malayan High School of Science (MHSS) is a private secondary educational institution established in 2005. It is managed and operated by the Mapúa Institute of Technology (MIT). It is on a one-hectare property along P. Guazon Street (formerly Otis St.) in the district of Pandacan, City of Manila, Philippines.
The inauguration of MHSS was held on January 16, 2006, with then Manila Mayor Lito Atienza as guest speaker and MIT chairman Alfonso T. Yuchengco, former Senate president Jovito Salonga, former Prime Minister Cesar Virata, and Yuchengco Group of Companies (YGC) chairperson Helen Y. Dee in attendance.
The school opened its doors to 312 freshmen students and formally launched its first year of operation on June 14, 2006 under the administration of president, Dr. Reynaldo B. Vea, who is also the president of MIT.
MHSS is accredited by the Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP) to be the only mathematics review center for Grade 6 and high school students in Manila.
Updated as of May 2015
|SUBJECT||GRADE 7||GRADE 8||GRADE 9||GRADE 10|
|ICT||Basic Computer and Applications||Basic Programming||Multimedia Arts|
|RESEARCH||does not apply||Research 1|
|FILIPINO||Sining ng Komunikasyon|
|SOCIAL STUDIES||Asian Studies||World History||Economics||Contemporary Issues|
|MAPEH||Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health 7||Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health 8||MusiHc, Arts, Physical Education and Health 9||Music, Physical Education and Health 10
Citizenship Advancement Training
|VALUES EDUCATION||Values Education 7||Values Education 8||Values Education 9||Values Education 10|
|ADDITIONAL SUBJECTS||Math 7A (Selected Topics in Mathematics)
Science 7A (Selected Topics in Sciences)
Technology Skills 7 (Robotics)
|Math 8A (Selected Topics in Mathematics)
Science 8A (Selected Topics in Sciences)
Technology Skills 8 (Robotics)
|Math 9A (Selected Topics in Mathematics)
Science 9A (Selected Topics in Sciences)
Technology Skills 9 (Robotics)
|Math 10A (Selected Topics in Mathematics)
Science 10A (Selected Topics in Sciences)
Technology Skills 10 (Robotics)
- The Book Lovers Club promotes reading among the students.
- The Drop the Bass Dance Crew is the organization for dancers — especially hiphop dancers. This club aspires to imbibe in its members self-confidence and good showmanship.
- The Eco Warriors Club advocates a "greener" school through tree-planting activities, ecological seminars and the like.
- The Malayan Geographical Society is the official Social Sciences association of MHSS. The club organizes activities related to geography, history, politics, and other general social sciences that are relevant to the development of the school, country, and the global society. This club is the only high school-based geographical society in the Philippines with linkages to the Junior Geographical Society of UP Diliman
- The Math, Science, and Technology Society, also known as MaSciTech, provides a regular venue for MHSS students to express their extracurricular interests in the fields of math, science and technology. Members of this club compete in interschool quizzes and competitions.
- The MusikaMalayan is the official school choir. This club aims to hone the students' skills in music.
- The Peer Counselors are the right hand of the Center for Guidance and Counseling. They offer peer help and advice and act as ambassadors of goodwill on campus. This club is established to interact and reach out to Malayans, to touch lives and bring hope — enlighten minds that there are changes to be embraced
- The Sports Organization organizes all sports-related activities of the school. This club aims to develop/ harness potential MHSS students in athletic endeavor and enhance their social skills through actual participation in Intramurals provided by the School
- The Supreme Student Government serves as the governing body for students at MHSS. The SSG represents the student body to the faculty and administration of MHSS, and represents the school in outside events and activities.
- Whizzy Works is the official publication of MHSS, run by the students. It covers and documents all the important events MHSS is involved in on and off campus.
- "Curriculum". www.malayanscience.edu.ph. Retrieved 23 July 2015.