Agency’s Mandate and Primary Function

The Philippine Science High School System is a service institute of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) whose mandate is to offer scholarship in secondary education with special emphasis on subjects pertaining to the sciences to prepare its students for a science career (R.A. 3661).  Its primary function is to administer the country’s scholarship program in special science secondary education.

Vision:  We are the leading science high school in the Asia Pacific Region preparing our scholars to become globally competitive Filipino scientists equipped with 21st century skills and imbued with the core values of truth, excellence, and service to nation.

Mission:  The Philippine Science High School, operating under one System of Governance and Management, provides scholarship to students with high aptitude in science and mathematics.

The PSHS System offers an education that is humanistic in spirit, global in perspective, and patriotic in orientation.  It is based on a curriculum that emphasizes science and mathematics and the development of well-rounded individuals.

The PSHS System prepares its students for careers in Science and Technology and contributes to nation building by helping the country attain a critical mass of professionals and leaders in Science and Technology.

ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA REGION CAMPUS OFFICIALS:
ENGR.. LOUIE C. JAMORA

Campus Director
Tel. No.:  (065) 212 1616
E-mail:    lcjamora@pshs.edu.ph

MILO S. SALDON

Administrative Officer – V
Tel. No.:  0930 023 2631
E-mail:    mssaldon@zrc.pshs.edu.ph

ANNE FATIMA T. PELAYRE

SST – II/CID Chief
Tel. No.: 0917 634 7743
E-mail:    afpelayre@zrc.pshs.edu.ph

HAZEL R. LAGAPA

SST – III/SSD Chief
Tel. No.:  0915 171 8313
E-mail:    hrlagapa@zrc.pshs.edu.ph

Program Beneficiaries

PSHS System primarily provide services to Filipino youths who show remarkable interest in the fields of Science and great potential for a career in Science and Technology.  Through outreach programs, the System works with select disadvantaged communities.  It is through such interventions that PSHS System scholars are immersed into the real need for solutions to poverty through Science and Technology.