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A Narrative

Report on
Senior High
School
Students
Forum

CARMEN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL


September 9, 2015
Grade 10
PREPARED BY:

MANOLITA C. SALAGUNTING
SHS COORDINATOR

GINA F. LABITAD, Ph.D.


Secondary School Principal II

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FORUM

he Senior High School students forum was conducted to all grade 10 students
of Carmen NHS on September 9, 2015. It was organized by Mr. Adel R.
Cambangay, Jr. with the active support of Mrs. Celia A. Castillo, the Schools
Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Manolita C. Salagunting, the SHS Coordinator and all the
dynamic advisers of Grade 10 level. The forum was graced with the highly proficient
speaker of the k-12-SHS Program, Mrs. Cely Labadan, the assistant to the Principal.

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he forum was divided into three parts; the first part was the talk proper as
delivered by the assistant to the principal, then the open forum part where
students were free to express themselves and ask questions and the final part
was the answering of the K to 12 Survey Questionnaires for Students. The
survey will be used to assess in considering the SHS Tracks and Strands offerings of
the school.
he Grade 10 students were divided into 2 sessions of 4 sections per session.
The first group started at 8:00am to 10:00am with Grades 10 Del Rosario,
Dingel, Flores and Yldefonso. The second group from 10:am to 12:00nn
with Grades 10 San Juan, Zara, Alcala and Yldefonso. Every session started
with a prayer, the singing of National Anthem, a welcome message and introduction
of the speaker by the Grade 10 Level Chairman, Mr. Adel R. Cambangay,Jr.

t was observed that during the talk, the students listened interestingly and
responded actively to the relaxed and friendly atmosphere set by the speaker.
There were questions asked by the students during the open forum in which the
speaker was able to answer satisfactorily and students were clarified of the cobwebs
that boggle their minds concerning their future in the Senior High School.

SURVEY RESULTS

he following graphical presentation shows the responses of the Grade 10


students of Carmen NHS on the K-12 SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRES FOR
STUDENTS conducted after the Senior High School Student Forum. There
were 221 Grade 10 Students who attended (around 72.2%) out of 306
enrollees based on the On-line Record of the LIS-Learners Information System.

Table 1
Summary of Attendance
No. of Attendees
39
30
26
32
33
35
26
0
221

Section
San Juan
Zara
Del Rosario
Dingel
Flores
Acala
Yldefonso
OHSP
Total

LIS Enrolment
45
38
42
43
38
41
44
15
306

Table 1 shows the number of students attended the forum per section and the
expected number of attendees as shown in the LIS enrolment column. It is noted that
there were no students from the OHSP-Open High School Program which is an ADMAlternative Delivery Mode since the forum was conducted on a weekday when these
students were on their respective jobs.

Figure 1

GRADE 10 RESPONSES
YES

NO

10%

90%

Figure1 shows the responses of the students in the question whether they are
going to college or not. Almost all of the students are eager to go to college and those

who are not going to college have varied reasons like; parents could not afford to
send them to college, lack of interest in pursuing their studies and they wanted to
work after graduation to help support the financial needs of the family.

Figure 2

Where to pursue college?


2%

PUBLIC HIGH
SCHOOL
PRIVATE HIGH
SCHOOL

98%

Figure 2 denotes insignificant difference whether the students are considering


the private school over the public high school in the choice of school for the Senior
High School for financial reasons and accessibility of school to residence.

Figure 3

Who will decide which track to pursue?


140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0

YOU

FATHER

M OTHER

PARENTS

Figure 3 shows the responses of the grade 10 students when asked who will
decide which track they are going to pursue in Senior High School. The parents, both
the mother and the father has the decision over the mother alone, nor the father alone
nor the students themselves. Other choices being the teacher and the guardian is not a
consideration of the decision making in choosing the track which may affect the
future of the students.

Figure 4

Parents choosen track for their children.


ACADEM IC

TVL

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

Figure 4 tells us that most of the parents are considering the Academic track
over the TVL-Technical Vocational Livelihood track for their children which means
their children will enroll in a college course after the 2-year Senior High School.

Figure 5

100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
STEM

HUMMS

ABM

GAS

HE

AF

IA

Though parents have chosen the academic track for their children,
however, the results as shown in Figure 5 signify that they are considering the
GAS-General Academic strand.

Figure 6

Students chosen track.


ACADEM IC

TVL

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

Students responses of their own choice of track to take up in the Senior High
School slightly differ from the choice of their parents as shown in Figure 6 on the
previous page. However, the academic track is still the main choice of more than
half of the students who responded.

80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
STEM

HUMMS

ABM

GAS

HE

AF

Figure 7

IA

Figure 7 shows the students choice of strand to take up in the Senior High
School. GAS-General Academic Strand still the choice of most of the students like
the parents but there is still minimal difference in number.

Figure 8

Factors that will affect the choice of track and strand.

29%
1%

1%

11%
58%

Interest
Employment
Opportunities
Life Work Values
Financial
Aptitude

Figure 8 shows the factors that may affect the choice of track and strand of
the students. More than half of the student who responded denotes the importance
of employment opportunities in the consideration of choosing the best track and
strand for them, apparently followed with significant difference by financial and
interest factors respectively. Life work values and aptitude are not considered.

CONCLUSSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

he survey questionnaires for the Grade 10 students who will be the first
batch of the Senior High School implementation of the K-12 program of the
Department of Education verified the pulse of the students as well as the
parents how prepared they are and how they will go through the process of
choosing the career path for their children.

he results shows vital information for the administrators as well as the


teachers especially the advisers that parents as well as students still needs
thorough enlightenment and guidance in the actualization of their chosen

track and strand. It is evident in the result that GAS-General Academic Strand
came out as the choice of most parents and students which means they are still not
so sure and feel safe in the GAS choice because they understand that they can still
proceed to a course in college whenever they realize the course fitted for them.
Parents as well as students make some distance to choose TVL-Technical
Vocational and Livelihood track in the fear that they might want to proceed to
college and become professional someday but they cant push it through because
they are confined to their choice which is work after Senior High School.

O
I

ther considerations which the program deemed as important like the


interests, inclinations and skills of the students were not given a thought by
the parents and the students due to other concerns which the parents and
students capitalized like financial and other practical reflections.
t is therefore recommended that supplementary activities on guidance and
counseling among other things be provided both for parents and students to
eliminate the cobwebs of doubts and other uncertainties that might affect the
decision in choosing the best for their children as for parents and the appropriate
career for students which will help them in building a secure and resilient ground
work for the real life ahead.

APPENDICES

Appendix A

K-12 SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE FOR STUDENTS

Appendix B

List of Students in the Academic Strand and the GAS-General Academic Strand
STEM
HUMMS
ABM
GAS
CASINILLO, RICHELLE

BADILLA, REGGIE ANN

EGAGAMAO, CHARLENE
ABDULLAH, OLILY

BARBIETO, MARIEL
BAUTISTA, JERELIEN

CABALAN, PHIL JOHN

ALI, SITTIE AQUISAH

CAREIT, IANE
BORRES, CHRIS JOY

ALIMA, MARYJEL
ALMINE, MYKYLLA

ABRAGAN, ERIKA
HAMILI
ABUZO, LORLYN
ACEBES, RONA
ALBARACIN, JULIUS JR
ALCANTARA, ALEXIS
ALVAREZ, ANGELITO

ABAO, JOHN PAUL


ABAPO, ALDAN D
ABASOLO, RYAN
ABECIA, BRIAN EDSEL
JR
ABOGA-A, BOGGS
ABOGA-A, BUTCH

ANCHETA, GENESA MAE

CANONO, RECHEL
JELL
CAIPANG, RHEA MAYE
GATCHALIAN, JENNY
GULTIANO, JESSA
MAE
CALIT, RIZZEL
GANINAY, LOVELY
ROSE
CALLAO, QUENNIE FE
HADJISALIC, NORHANIE

MADRID, JUNALIE
MAGAS, KYLE
HYACINTH
MAGDAYO, SARAH
MAE
REYES, ARCHIE
RODRIGUEZ, JUN
GERALD
ROSAOT, MARK
LESTER

BAGUNA, JOEJIE
ELESTERIO, MAE VENN
LABITAD, JOSHUA A
LICONG, CRISTY LOU

SARIP, ASLEA
SAVARIA, ALEXANDER
TAYLARAN, KIMBERLY

ACLO, LUWIE SARAH


ADAYA, GILBERT
AGAC-AC, CHRISTIAN
ALBACITE, GABRIEL
BALASE, JERICO
BALATERO, CLARK
BALATERO, LEONARD
BALBUTIN, JEZON
BARA, REYMART
BERINGUEL, AMOS
BERNALDEZ, JOHN
BERNALDEZ, WINDEL
BERNARDO, TIMOTHY
CHRISTIAN
BUTON, SUNNY BOY JR
CABONIAG, HAROLD
CACHARO, JERICK
CAHIGAO, KERVIE
CANAPIA, MARLON
RAFAEL
CANILLAS, BENJIE
MANLA, JAY R
MANTANIZER, FROILAN
MAPUTE, GLEN E
MELLINA, JERSON
MIRADOR, CARL MICH
MORALES, MICHAEL
NAMOC, JUNMARK
NANOL, JUPETH JAY
NAVARRO, JERRY
NITUDA, JHON JAY
OCIONES, JAYBOY
OCULAR, JEREMIAH A
OPONE, DARRELL
PAGASIAN, SEAN
PRINCE
PAMPANGAN, JOREN
PANGANDAMAN,
ALEXAN
PASOS, ARGIE
PATLUNAG, MARTIN
POLIZON, VARIAN
RAGASAJO, LENDON
RAMOS, CHRIS MIGUEL
RANILE, JASON
HALLASGO, ANGEL
ICAMEN, JELLYN
IMAM, SITTIE AINAH
INAO, CRISTAL
JAMLAN, SHANON
JANDAYAN, KAREN
CLEO
MAGHUYOP, LEAH MAE
MAGPAYO, ELLA JEAN A
MANCHA, HANNAHFEL
XAVIERLY
MANLEGRO, CYVELLE
KEHN
MANSALAYNON, CANDIE

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MAE
MANUEL, GERALDINE S
MAPANAO, JENNEFER
MAPANDI, NORHAINA
MARBA, NIA VERGARA
MARIANO, DULCE AMOR
MENDEZ, LEA JANE
MENDEZ, LEAH
MIRADOR, CRISSA MAE
MONSANTO, PRINCESS
INEE
MUGOT, JENNY ROSE
NAGALES, MARIA
ISABELA
NAMATA, ANNALYN
NAMBATAC, NOVA
NARITO, DEBBIE ROSE
OBOD, MARIEL AMARGA
OLAGUER, KRISTINE
JANE
OMPOC, JEANIE BEB
ONYOT, JACKLYN
ONYOT, JERLYN GOLES
OPOG, SHERRY MAE
OPONE, JESSALYN
ORDINAN, MICHELLE
ORONG, KRISTAL
OTBO, MA TERESA

Appendix C

List of Students in the TVL-Technical Vocational Livelihood Track


Home Economics
Industrial Arts
Fishery Arts
BOLOY, MERRY JEAN
BORNEA, ENECITA
BRACERO, MARICEL
CABAHUG, DANNICA
CABALLERO, RUDALYN
CABAEROS, DEDEE ANN

CUTAD, VINCENT HINE


DAGBAY, JERIC
DAGUPLO, CHRISTIAN JAY
DAJALOS, PRESCO JR
DEGOLLACION, JOSEPH
DELA PENA, JESTONI

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BOLOY, MERRY JEAN


BORNEA, ENECITA
BRACERO, MARICEL
JUMAMOY, MARY ANN
LADRA, JESSILYN
LASTIMOSA, SHIELA MAE
LEGASPI, NINA JANE
LEGASPI, NOVALYN
LICONG, CRISTY LOU
LONOY, APRIL ANN
JUMAMOY, MARY ANN
LADRA, JESSILYN
LASTIMOSA, SHIELA MAE
LEGASPI, NINA JANE
LEGASPI, NOVALYN

DELA ROMA, RAPHAEL


DESUGAN, IAN SPENCER
ESCALANTE, DAN VER
ESTREMOS, ARIEL
FALCES, ALBERT
FEROLINO, MELJAN
GALLOGO, KENT BRIAN
GATCHALIAN, JOHN
GO, JOHN REY
HADJISALIC, AMANODIN
IBAEZ, MIGUEL ALBERTO
IYOG, IAN
JAMPIT, JUNRE
JAPAY, ALFRED SHEEN
JUMAMOY, JERRY MAR
LABITAD, JOSHUA
LACKAR, LANDER JOHNSON
LADAO, JOSEPH
LADRA, KING JOSEPH
LAGUYAN, JESRIEL
LUMINARIAS, AGA
MAGSIPOC, ALLSAIN
MALIGMAT, JIMWILL
ANSIN, QUENNIE
AWITEN, CHARLYNE
AWITEN, JULIANNE
BABIERA, CHIMBY
BACOR, AMBRIEL
ESLAIS, SYLVIA
ESTORGIO, CINDY
ESTOROSAS, MARY ANN
FERNANDEZ, LENIE JEAN
FLORIG, SHERYL MAE
GABUT, CHERYLL MARIE
GAGASO, PAHMIDA
GAMUTAN, JASMIN

Appendix D

PICTORIALS

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DATA PROCESSING

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Senior High School Students Forum

Survey Results

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Conclusion and Recommendations

Appendices

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Appendix A K-12 Survey Questionnaire
for Students

Appendix B List of Students in the


Academic Strand and the
GAS-General Academic Strand

Appendix C List of Students in the


TVL-Technical
Vocational Livelihood Strand

Appendix D Pictorials

Appendix E Attendance Sheets

Appendix E

ATTENDANCE SHEETS

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