Moonwalk National High School

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Moonwalk National High School
Mnhslogo.jpg
Location
Parañaque City
Philippines
Information
Established 2005
Principal

Gerry C. Catchillar, EdD, PhD

Principal IV
Grades 7 to 12
Number of students 4600 (2011 est.)
Medium of language English, Filipino
Color(s) White, Yellow, Red
Website

Moonwalk National High School (Filipino: Mataas na Paaralang Pambansa ng Moonwalk/Mataas na Paaralang Nasyonal ng Moonwalk) (MwNHS/MNHS) is a public high school located at St. Mary's Street cor. Daang Batang Street, San Agustin Village, Barangay Moonwalk, Parañaque City, Philippines. It was built in 2005 as an annex of the Dr. Arcadio Santos National High School, with Dr. Gregorio Capiral as the first principal. In 2009, the city government decided to make it a separate school from being an annex school, and was renamed Moonwalk High School. In 2010, it attained national status, and was renamed Moonwalk National High School.

It offers public schooling for the residents of Brgy. Moonwalk as well as for those living near it.[1] It is recognised by the Department of Education. MNHS is the second largest high school in School District II, and is the fifth largest school in the Division of Parañaque City.

The facade of Moonwalk National High School

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ang Kawil (The Chain), the Official Newspaper Publication of Moonwalk National High School, 5th Edition; c.2011; MNHS Journalism Club; pp. 1,7