ORIGINAL SCHEDULE OF SUBJECTS

From: The Office of the Principal

For your information and guidance.

Please observe the original schedule of subjects to be tested from August 15, 16 & 17, 2018 which were rescheduled to August 22, 23 & 24, 2018.

Regular classes will be observed right after the examination for August 22, 2018 only.

Thank you!

#WALANG PASOK

 

Dahil sa kasalukuyang kondisyon na ang mga kalsada ay lubog pa sa putik lalo na sa mga looban, dama natin na napakarami pang pamilya sa ating lungsod, kabilang na rito ang mga mag-aaral at mga guro, ang nangangailangan ng karagdagang panahon na maisaayos ang kanilang kalagayan, makabawi sa pinsala sa kanilang mga tahanan at makapaghanda sa pagbabalik sa kanilang normal na gawain. Gayundin, sa pangangailangan na malinis, maisaayos at maihanda ang mga paaralang pansamantalang ginamit na evacuation centers sa pagbabalik eskwela, ating napagpasyahan, sa pakikipag-ugnayan sa Kagawaran ng Edukasyon sa Marikina, na muling suspindihin ang klase sa lahat ng antas sa pampubliko at pampribadong paaralan mula Agosto 16-17, 2018 (Huwebes at Biyernes). Lubos tayong nagpapasalamat sa tulong ng bawat isa at patuloy tayong magsama-sama sa adhikain na ibangong muli ang ating mahal na Lungsod ng Marikina.

– Mayor Marcy Teodoro

RESCHEDULED 1ST PERIODIC TEST

Nutrition Month 2018: #MariSciMaggulay

Marikina Science High School (MariSci) held its Nutrition Month Celebration culminating activity on Friday, July 27, 2018 at the MariSci campus.

In line with the 2018 Nutrition Month theme, “Ugaliing magtanimsapat na nutrisyon, aanihin,” MAPEH club and STEP organization led the said culminating activity.

 

DANCE EXERCISE

An hour-long dance exercise headed by MariSci Dance Company (MDC) started at 7AM.

JHS students, faculty, staff, and parents actively participated, forming lines on MariSci grounds.

Classes resumed until 11AM followed by lunch.

 

STILL-LIFE DRAWING

Participants were given _ hours to draw a basket of fruits at RM 213 of 7 – Bonifacio.

Contenders were restricted to use colored pencils and 1/8 illustration board only.

MAPEH club and STEP organization facilitated the said activity.

 

MY WELLNESS PLATE

At 9AM, 10 students per class went to Ylagan Hall to prepare their sections’ meals.

A vegetable that will be evident in My Wellness Plate was assigned to each grade level of JHS: 7 – Kalabasa, 8 – Kemerut, 9 – Talong, and 10 – Ampalaya; and SHS: 11 – kemper, 12 – kemerut.

Two presenters of each class were given time to exhibit their entry for My Wellness Plate that includes breakfast, AM snack, lunch, PM snack, and dinner.

Judges spent checking all JHS Wellness Plates.

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS SEMINAR

Mrs. Catherine Marcella, Guidance Counselor, conducted a Mental Health Awareness Seminar at Ylagan Hall at 12:20PM.

NUTRITION MONTH PROGRAM

Nutrition Month program began at 1:00 with masters of ceremony, Mr. Mark Anthony Victo and Gemmalyn Rodriguez.

Opening speech of Mrs. Jeanette Coroza, principal, was delivered.

NutriJingle and Mr. and Ms. Wellness Modelo judges were acknowledged by Mr. Arvin Lark Santiago, MAPEH coordinator.

  1. AND MS. WELLNESS MODELO 2018 INTERMISSION NUMBER

Candidates were required to dress in white.

Wellness Modelo of each section danced to 2016 Nestle Wellness Dance Exercise

NUTRIJINGLE

Afterwards, Grade 7 and Grade 9, respectively, performed their self-composed musical pieces following the Nutrition Month 2018 theme.

  1. AND MS. WELLNESS MODELO 2018 RAMP

 

SPECIAL AWARDS, TOP 20

NUTRIJINGLE

Grade 8 and Grade 11

  1. AND MS. ADVOCACY

Grade 10 and Grade 12

  1. AND MS. Q & A

ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNERS OF OTHER CONTESTS

MR AND MS MODELO 2018

Message from the School Head

Welcome to the Official Website of Marikina Science High School!

This  Website showcases not only the students’ achievements but
also the improvements of the school as a growing institution.
With the continuous support of the stakeholders, and with the welfare of students in mind,
we are able to uphold the standards in leadership, governance, accountability,
management and student-learners’ outcome.
As part of our commitment to the institution, we strive to give a quality and effective education
and services to hone not only their intellectual pursuit but also a character that is worth emulating.
It is our desire that through this portal the MSHS can establish its identity
as a school where academic excellence and character are lived and practiced.


Ms. Jeanette J. Coroza
Principal