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Pasay City Science High School Entrance Examination

Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
National Capital Region
Division of City Schools, Pasay City
PASAY CITY SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL
2888 P. Vergel Street, Pasay City

To:

Elementary School Principals
Head Teachers/Officers-ln-Charge

Entrance Examination for the Incoming Freshmen Students of Pasay City Science High School for S.Y. 2016-2017

1. This is to inform the field that the administration of the Entrance Examination for the Incoming Freshmen Students of Pasay City Science High School is on February 13, 2016.

2. Interested applicants must submit the following requirements to the Principal’s Office:

a. Certified True Copy of Report Card (F-138) with grades not lower than 85% in English, Science and Math and 83% in other subjects from first to third grading periods; and
b. Certification from the Principal if the student belongs to the Overall Top Ten.

3. The entrance examination fee is One Hundred Pesos (P100.00).

4. The application period is on February 1, 2016 until February 12, 2016 only.

5. For information and guidance.

Sgd.

EFREN E. CANZANA, ED.D.
Principal

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