QSHSQuill & Scroll Honor Society
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He offered information about how Grade 6 graduates qualify and get admitted to QSHS.
There are usually over 600 applicants from all over the province seeking admission at QSHS but only 200 are interviewed and only the top 80 are admitted.
He said the profile of the student population at QSHS shows that 70 percent come from lower- and middle-income bracket and only 20 percent are from well-off families.
Master teacher Edgar Yabut with Grade 7 students at the science room of QSHS and School lobby and canteen at QSHS
'WE have a modified curriculum in QSHS. We offer advanced and enhanced math and science subjects compared with the DepEd's basic curriculum,' Yabut said, adding their students have become regional and national qualifiers since 2012 in various academic competitions such as in science investigative Project and in those sponsored by the Association of Science Education of the Philippines.
Aside from the regular academic subjects being taught at the QSHS, there are enhanced elective, arts, computer and research subjects for freshmen students, Yabut cited subjects being taught to their students such as environmental research for Grade 8; research 1 for Grade 9; algebra, geometry, research 2 and robotics for Grade 10; and calculus for Grade 11.
One product of QSHS enhanced education program is Gwen Leila Abano, a Grade 10 student of QSHS who was selected as a member of the Philippine Team to the Olympic Mathematics 3D Cup Pan-Asia Pacific International Invitation Competition 2018 to be held in Hong Kong from June 29 to July 3.
ELOISA Marie Tulay, Grade 12 student from Tiaong town who plans to enroll in UP Los Banos and take up BS Electrical Engineering, expressed her excitement in behalf of her fellow QSHS students who aim to pay back the community after college: 'I had always wanted to enroll at QSHS and be called 'cream of the crop.' I always strive for excellence, to become a better version of myself.
'I place a huge stake in science education for the youth in Quezon province to prepare them for a highly competitive environment of technological advancement in the future,' Suarez, the youngest governor of the province at 34 when he was first elected in 2010, said in a media interview about the establishment of QSHS.
Danilo Suarez, the governor's father, has pitched in and granted scholarship assistance of P20,000 each to 43 senior high-school students who graduated from QSHS last November to start off their college education.